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Sum: Classics in Educational Linguistics: A Bibliography
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From: Mark Brenchley <schlemihlgmail.com>
Subject: Classics in Educational Linguistics: A Bibliography
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This is, first, to say a massive thank you to everyone who replied to my request for recommendations in educational linguistics - very much appreciated. I have now collated all these suggestions, together with pieces I have already used in my previous reading group - I hope they are useful:
Bernstein, B. (1964) Elaborated and Restricted Codes: Their Social Origins and Some Consequences. American Anthropologist 66(6); 55-69.
Bucholtz, M., Skapoulli, E., Barnwell, B., & Janie Lee, J. (2011) Entextualized humor in the formation of scientist identities among US undergraduates. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 42(3); 177-192.
Cazden, C., John, V., & Hymes, D. (eds., 1972) Functions of language in the classroom. New York: Teachers College Press.
Christie, F. (2002) Classroom Discourse Analysis. London: Continuum.
Christie, F. & Derewianka, B. (2008) School Discourse. London: Continuum.
Christie, F. & Martin, J. R. (2007) Language, Knowledge, and Pedagogy. London: Continuum.
Coffin, C. (2002) The voices of history: theorizing the interpersonal semantics of historical discourses. Text 22(4); 503-528.
Cole, K., & Zuengler. J. (2008) The research process in classroom discourse analysis: current perspectives. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Cummins, J. & Swain, M. (1983) Analysis-by rhetoric: reading the text or the reader’s own projections? A reply to Edelsky et al. Applied Linguistics 4; 22-41.
Doughty, P. (1974) Towards an Educational Theory of Language. The Space Between...English and Foreign Languages at School. CILT Reports and Papers No. 10. London: Center for Information on Language Teaching and Research.
Dose, S., Gotz, S., Bratåo, T., & Brand, C. (2010) Norms in Educational Linguistics. Peter Lang.
Durst, R. K. & Newell, G. E. (1989) The Use of Function: James Britton’s Category System and Research on Writing. Review of Educational Research 59(4); 375-394.
Fabb, N. (1985) Linguistics for Ten Year Olds. In D. Archangeli, A. Barrs, & R. Sproat (ed.) MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 6; 45-61.
Gandara, P. & Rumberger, R. W. (2009) Immigration, Language, and Education: How Does Language Policy Structure Opportunity? Teacher College Record.
Ginsberg, D. & Honda, M. (2011) Looking Beyond English: Linguistic Inquiry for English Language Learners. Language and Linguistics Compass 5(5); 249-264.
Graff, H. J. (2010) The Literacy Myth at Thirty. Journal of Social History 43; 635-661.
Green, J. & Wallat, C. (eds., 1981) Ethnography and language in educational settings. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Grenfell, M., Bloome, D., Hardy, C., Pahl, K., Rowsell, J., & Street, B. (2012) Language, ethnography, and education: bridging New Literacy Studies and Bourdieu. New York, London: Routledge.
Halliday, M.A.K. (2007) Language and education (Collected works, vol. 9), ed. by Jonathan Webster. London: Continuum.
Heath, S. B. (1982) What No Bedtime Story Means - Narrative Skills at Home and School. Language in Society, 11(1); 49-76.
Honda, M. (1994) Linguistic Inquiry in the Science Classroom. MIT Occasional Papers in Linguistics 6.
Honda, M. & O'Neil, W. (1993) Triggering Science-Forming Capacity through Linguistic Inquiry. In K. Hale & S. J. Keyser (eds.) The View from Building 20 (229-256). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Honda, M., O'Neil, W., & Pippin, D. () On promoting linguistics literacy: Bringing Language Science to the English Classroom. In K. Denham & A. Lobeck (ed.) Linguistics at School (175-188). Cambridge: CUP.
Honda, M. & Pippin, D. (2004) When Jell-O meets Generative Grammar: Linguistics in the Fifth Grade English Classroom. LAA Annual Meeting.
Hornberger, N. H. (2001) Educational Linguistics as a Field: A View From Penn's Program on the Occasion of its 25th Anniversary. Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, 17.
Labov, W. (1969) The logic of non-standard English. Georgetown Monograph on Languages and Linguistics 22; 1-44.
Lemke, J. (1990) Talking science: language, learning, and values. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Martin, J. R., and David R. (2008) Genre relations: mapping culture. London: Equinox.
McDermott, R. and Gospodinoff, K. (1979) Social Contexts of Ethnic Borders and School Failure. In A. Wolfgang. (ed.) Nonverbal Behavior (175-195). New York: Academic Press.
Mehan, H. (1979) Learning lessons: social organization in the classroom. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
O’Halloran, K. (1998) Classroom discourse in mathematics: a multisemiotic analysis. Linguistics and Education 10(3); 359-388.
O'Neil, W. (2007) Project English: Lessons from Curriculum Reform Past. Language and Linguistics Compass 1(6); 612-623.
Perera, K. (1990) Grammatical differentiation between speech and writing in children aged 8 to 12. In R. Carter (ed.) Knowledge About Language and the curriculum (216-233). London: Hodder and Stoughton
Philips, S. (1974) Participant structures and communicative competence: Warm Springs children in community and classroom. In C. Cazden, V. John, & D. Hymes (eds.) Functions of Language in the Classroom (370-394). New York: Teachers College Press.
Pienemann, M. (1989). Is language teachable? Psycholinguistic experiments and hypotheses. Applied Linguistics,10(1); 52-79.
Ravid, D. & Tolchinsky, L. (2002) Developing linguistic literacy: a comprehensive model. Journal of Child Language 29; 419-448.
Roberts, A. D. (2011) The Role of Metalinguistic Awareness in the Effective Teaching of Foreign Languages. Bern: Peter Lang.
Sinclair, J., & Coulthard, M. (1975) Towards an analysis of discourse: the English used by teachers and pupils. London: Oxford University Press.
Snell, J. (2013). Dialect, interaction and class positioning at school: From deficit to difference to repertoire. Language and Education 27(2); 110-128.
Taylor, D. S. (1988) Meaning and Use of the Term "Competence" in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. Applied Linguistics 9(2); 148-168.
Trudgill, P. (2011) Revised version (2011) of Peter Trudgill, 1999: Standard English: what it isn’t. In T. Bex & R. J. Watts (eds.) Standard English: the widening debate. London: Routledge, 1999, 117-128.
Williams, A. (2007) Non-standard English and Education. In David Britain (ed.) Language in the British Isles (401-416). Cambridge: CUP.
Wheeler, R., Cartwright, K. B., & Swords, R. (2012) "Factoring AAVE Into Reading Assessment and Instruction. The Reading Teacher 65(6); 416–425.
Williams, A. & Gregory, E. (2004) Writing Inequalities: Literacy and Social Class in Three Primary Schools. In B. Jeffrey & & G. Walford (ed.) Ethnographies of Educational and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and Resolutions. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discipline of Linguistics
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