LINGUIST List 14.2852

Tue Oct 21 2003

Qs: Repetition and Fluency; Bilingual Research

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  1. Ewa Dabrowska, Q: Repetition and fluency
  2. farzin fahimnia, A research on bilingual children

Message 1: Q: Repetition and fluency

Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2003 13:30:57 +0000
From: Ewa Dabrowska <e.dabrowskashef.ac.uk>
Subject: Q: Repetition and fluency

Hello everybody,

I vaguely remember reading about experimental studies in which people
were asked to retell the same story several times, and became more
fluent on each retelling (and also tended to make the same lexical
choices), but cannot locate any published work on this. Can anyone
help?

Please reply to e.dabrowskashef.ac.uk 
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Message 2: A research on bilingual children

Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 00:38:46 -0700 (PDT)
From: farzin fahimnia <farzin16383yahoo.com>
Subject: A research on bilingual children


dear members,

I am an Iranian Ph.D student in the field of
linguistics.I am working on a national project.The
topic is as follows:
DESIGNING THE CURRICULUM PROGRAM FOR IRANIAN BILINGUAL
PRE-SCHOOL STUDENTS.
Would you please help me and let me know,if you have
any information(including conferences,projects,
articls & books prepared in other countries)concerned
with the above-mentioned topic?

Thank you very much,
Farzin Fahimniya

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