LINGUIST List 7.1627

Mon Nov 18 1996

FYI: Chinese Language Study Programs, Linguistic software

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  1. "Lizhong Zhang", FYI: Chinese Language Study Programs
  2. Michael Barlow, Linguistic software

Message 1: FYI: Chinese Language Study Programs

Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 08:32:04 +1100
From: "Lizhong Zhang" <L.Zhangbendigo.latrobe.edu.au>
Subject: FYI: Chinese Language Study Programs

The Bendigo campus of La Trobe University, Australia, is offering
Summer School Chinese Language (Mandarin) Study Programs with a range
of subjects from elementary to advanced levels. The duration of the
Summer School Programs will be about six weeks commencing on 6th
January 1997. For further information, please visit the website of
Internet Based Chinese Teaching and Learning at:

http://chinese.bendigo.latrobe.edu.au/

or http://149.144.30.47/

Check the FQA Section and the CHINABIT WEEKLY Magazine (Vol.1,
No.3). There is a Registration Form at the website for you to post
equiries.

You are also welcome to send email to Dr Lizhong Zhang (Program
Coordinator) at:

L.Zhangbendigo.latrobe.edu.au

Postal Address: Dr L. Zhang, Chinese Studies, La Trobe University,
Bendigo, VIC 3550, Australia.

Tel: 61-3-5444 7570; Fax: 61-3-5444 7937
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Message 2: Linguistic software

Date: Sun, 17 Nov 1996 15:58:41 CST
From: Michael Barlow <barlowruf.rice.edu>
Subject: Linguistic software

The following HyperCard stacks created by Tim Pulju and myself can be
downloaded from my web page:

http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~barlow/#soft

The stacks contain simple interactive exercises that can be used in
Linguistic undergrad courses.

"Indo-European roots" Allows the user to explore the paths associated with
a set of English words from PIE through Latin, Greek and Old English.

"Grimm's Law" The student has to apply Grimm's Law to Latin/Greek words
and guess the cognate English words. Hints are available on demand.

"Morphology problems" Three morphology problems of the standard
sort. The consequences of the students' choices are displayed.

"Comparative Reconstruction" A Polynesian reconstruction problem.

"Transcription" Exercises in American English transcription.

"Phonetics" Presentation and testing of vowels in American and British
English.

Michael
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Michael Barlow (barlowruf.rice.edu)
Dept of Linguistics Home page: http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~barlow/
Rice University Athelstan: http://www.nol.net/~athel/athel.html
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