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Query:   Classics in Educational Linguistics: A Bibliography
Author:  Mark Brenchley
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Linguistic LingField(s):   Applied Linguistics
Discipline of Linguistics

Summary:   Find the original Query here: http://linguistlist.org/issues/24/24-2507.html

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:

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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.

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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.

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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.

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LL Issue: 24.2948
Date Posted: 19-Jul-2013


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