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Query:   Second Dialect Acquisition
Author:  Jeff Siegel
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Language Acquisition

Summary:   FELLOW LINGUISTS,

A FEW WEEKS BACK I POSTED A QUERY ABOUT RECENT STUDIES OF SECOND DIALECT
ACQUISITION.

MANY THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE FOR REPLYING:

ELIZABETH M. BERGMAN
ANA DEUMERT
AARON E. DREWS
MARTA FAIRCLOUGH
JOHN GAINER
ANTHEA FRASER GUPTA
KIRK HAZEN
TERRI MENACKER
LYNN SANTELMAN
NICK SOBIN
BOB TRAMMELL
NATASHA WARNER

BELOW IS A LIST OF REFERENCES FOR STUDIES SINCE 1980, COMPLIED FROM THE
REPLIES AND MY OWN LIST.

JEFF SIEGEL
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND
ARMIDALE, NSW 2351 AUSTRALIA


ADGER, C. T. (IN PRESS). REGISTER SHIFTING WITH DIALECT RESOURCES IN
INSTRUCTIONAL DISCOURSE. IN S. HOYLE & C. T. ADGER (EDS.), LANGUAGE
PRACTICES OF OLDER CHILDREN. NEW YORK: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

AMMON, ULRICH. 1989. ASPECTS OF DIALECT AND SCHOOL IN THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC
OF GERMANY. IN JENNY CHESHIRE ET AL (EDS.), PP. 113-138.

AU, KATHRY H. 1976. KEEP READING RESEARCH. HONOLULU: KAMEHAMEHA EARLY
EDUCATION PROGRAM (TECHNICAL REPORT NO. 57).

BARBOUR, STEPHEN. 1987. DIALECTS AND THE TEACHING OF STANDLARD LANGUAGE:
SOME WEST GERMAN WORK. LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY 16: 227-244.

BULL, TOVE. 1990. TEACHING SCHOOL BEGINNERS TO READ AND WRITE IN THE
VERNACULAR. IN E.H. JAHR & O. LORENTZ (EDS.), TROMS LINGUISTICS IN THE
EIGHTIES. OSLO: NOVUS PRESS (TROMS STUDIES IN LINGUISTICS 11), PP. 69-84.

CARTER, CANDY (ED.) NON-NATIVE AND NONSTANDARD DIALECT STUDENTS: CLASSROOM
PRACTICES IN TEACHING ENGLISH, 1982-1983. URBANA, IL: NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR
THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH.

CHESHIRE, JENNY & DIETER STEIN, EDS. 1997. TAMING THE VERNACULAR. LONDON:
LONGMAN.
CHESHIRE, JENNY, VIV EDWARDS, HENK MNSTERMANN & BERT WELTENS, EDS. 1989.
DIALECT AND EDUCATION: SOME EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES. CLEVEDON: MULTILINGUAL
MATTERS.

CHESHIRE, JENNY. 1982. DIALECT FEATURES AND LINGUISTIC CONFLICT IN SCHOOLS.
EDUCATIONAL REVIEW 14(1): 53-67.

CRAIG, DENNIS. 1988. CREOLE ENGLISH AND EDUCATION IN JAMAICA. IN C.B.
PAULSTON (ED.), INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF BILINGUALISM AND BILINGUAL
EDUCATION. NEW YORK: GREENWOOD, PP. 297-312.

CRAIG, DENNIS. 1998.

LL Issue: 10.401
Date Posted: 16-Mar-1999
Original Query: Read original query