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Query Subject:   Classics in Educational Linguistics
Author:   Mark Brenchley
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Discipline of Linguistics

Query:   I recently began a reading group focused on the general area of language and education, aimed at postgraduate students. In advance of the next year's sessions, I wanted to cast around so that I could draw on a wider pool of papers.

To that end, I was hoping some of you would be good enough to recommend some 'classic' papers in Educational Linguistics (or, more generally, dealing with the intersection between language and education). You can read 'classic' however you like (important, seminal, cutting edge, personal favourites). Essentially, any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

I can be emailed at schlemihl@gmail.com

With best wishes, and thanks in advance,

Mark
LL Issue: 24.2507
Date posted: 20-Jun-2013



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