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LINGUIST List 17.797

Wed Mar 15 2006

Qs: Tree Drawing Kits

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        1.    Annette Dominik, Tree Drawing Kits

Message 1: Tree Drawing Kits
Date: 15-Mar-2006
From: Annette Dominik <adominiktru.ca>
Subject: Tree Drawing Kits


I would like to know whether there are any model kits out there for
teaching tree structures in intro linguistics. I don't mean computer
programmes, but physical, building block type kits similar to the
molecule building kits used in biology classes. If anyone knows of a
resource like this, I would really appreciate knowing where I could
purchase one.


A. Dominik
Thompson Rivers University
Kamloops, B.C.

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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