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LINGUIST List 23.42

Tue Jan 03 2012

Qs: Articles or Books on Teaching Marked Structures

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        1.     Kenan Dikilitas , Articles or Books on Teaching Marked Structures

Message 1: Articles or Books on Teaching Marked Structures
Date: 19-Dec-2011
From: Kenan Dikilitas <kenandikilitasgmail.com>
Subject: Articles or Books on Teaching Marked Structures
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I am doing research about the effects of teacher training on classroom
instruction. The training is about markedness and markedness of focus
constructions, especially cleft structures. I have found many investigations
on learning difficulty posed by marked structures, but I need to read
studies on teaching marked linguistic structures. Can you help me find
related articles or books?

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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