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Mon Dec 20 2010

Qs: Text Suggestions: High School Linguistics Course

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        1.     Dan Bommarito , Text Suggestions: High School Linguistics Course

Message 1: Text Suggestions: High School Linguistics Course
Date: 20-Dec-2010
From: Dan Bommarito <danbommaritogmail.com>
Subject: Text Suggestions: High School Linguistics Course
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Hello,

I am interested in creating an Introduction to Linguistics course at my high
school, and I had a question about text books. First, can you recommend
any text suitable for high school students (juniors and seniors)? Second,
do you know of any books which speak directly to developing linguistics
curricula in secondary ed?

Thank you so much for your time.

- Dan

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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