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Title: A Comparison of Two Pedagogical Systems of Sentence Analysis
Author: Kim Ebensgaard Jensen
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Institution: Københavns Universitet
Linguistic Field: General Linguistics; Syntax
Abstract: This paper describes, compares, and analyzes the slashes-and-vertical-lines model of sentence analysis and the SPOAC model, both of which were designed with pedagogical purposes in mind.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: Jæger, K., Rancino, R., & Dam, L. (Eds.), In: Policies, Principles, Practices: New Directions in Foreign Language Education in the Era of Educational Globalization. Chapter 4.(pp. 67-92). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.
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