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LINGUIST List 17.3290

Sun Nov 12 2006

Qs: Intro Texts in Phonetics/Phonology for Language Teachers

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        1.    Richard Cameron, Intro Texts in Phonetics/Phonology for Language Teachers

Message 1: Intro Texts in Phonetics/Phonology for Language Teachers
Date: 07-Nov-2006
From: Richard Cameron <rcameronuic.edu>
Subject: Intro Texts in Phonetics/Phonology for Language Teachers

I currently teach an introductory class in phonetics and phonology for
Masters level students in Applied Linguistics who will go on to teach TESOL.


Can anyone on Linguist List recommend textbooks that could serve as
introductions to Phonetics and Phonology? Specifically, the target audiences
are Masters level students who plan on becoming Language Teachers (not
just TESOL) or, even possibly, Speech Pathologists? These students do not
plan on pursuing careers in Linguistics beyond the MA. However, they need
to be able to describe and assess intelligibility and phonological acquisition
in the language or languages that they teach.

I will post replies back to Linguist List, if I receive any. Gracias de antemano,
or Thanks. - Richard Cameron

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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