LINGUIST List 8.1422

Sat Oct 4 1997

Qs: Teaching Syntax

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Message 1: Teaching Syntax

Date: Sat, 04 Oct 1997 00:49:44 +0200
From: Yus Ramos, Francisco <us10075baco.alc.es>
Subject: Teaching Syntax

Dear all,
At the moment I am engaged in the teaching of advanced syntax (G&B, 
minimalism...) at the University of Alicante. The problem is, there seems to 
be nothing in the teaching of syntax apart from drawing tree-diagrams all the 
time... Does anybody know about any alternative method? Are there any useful 
textbooks I can fall back on? In a word, is there anything like a "teaching 
methodology" for syntax?

Thanks a lot!

 Dr. Francisco Yus Ramos
 Department of English Studies
 University of Alicante
 Apartado 99, E-03080 Alicante (Spain)
 e-mail: francisco.yusalc.es
 Tel: (96)5103527 (home)
 Tel: (96)5903400-Ext: 3027 (university)
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