LINGUIST List 11.1554

Sat Jul 15 2000

Qs: LexcaList Disc List, Pedagogy/English in China

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  1. Zylogy, LexicaList discussion list
  2. guili sun, English teaching methodology

Message 1: LexicaList discussion list

Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2000 21:27:06 EDT
From: Zylogy <>
Subject: LexicaList discussion list

This posting is to call for responses from linguists who might be interested 
in having a discussion list devoted solely to lexical issues, from no 
particular framework. There are lists for syntax, historical work, phonology, 
discourse, even iconicity, but nothing really for basic issues concerning the 
lexicon. Let me know if you would be interested in seeing such as list 
created and what issues you might like to see tackled. I will post a summary 
of responses. Thank you.

Jess Tauber
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Message 2: English teaching methodology

Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2000 10:19:59 PDT
From: guili sun <>
Subject: English teaching methodology


My name is Guili Sun. I am from P.R.China. In order to better the teaching 
of English in China, I am doing a research on English teaching methodology 
adopted by English native speakers who have experience of teaching English 
in China in the past decade. If you have such experience, would you please 
write to or I appreciate your help 
very much and my research result will be sent to anyone who is interested in 
this topic.

Guili Sun

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