LINGUIST List 9.770

Fri May 22 1998

Books: Grammar

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  1. Gerd Stabler, Making Sense of Language Series

Message 1: Making Sense of Language Series

Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 21:03:34 +1000 (EST)
From: Gerd Stabler <aeegerdonthenet.com.au>
Subject: Making Sense of Language Series


MAKING SENSE OF LANGUAGE SERIES
Series Editor: A/Prof Jill Burton


MAKING SENSE OF FUNCTIONAL GRAMMAR

The Introductory Workbook for every Teacher

Linda Gerot and Peter Wignell

This workbook is the most innovative workbook available in
systemic-functional grammar. Designed to be used by teachers and teacher
educators coming to grips with functional grammar, it also is the essential
textbook for introductions to Bachelor or Masters degree level courses.

It answers your questions about functional grammar and genre, how to
describe the language used in your classroom, how to teach about differences
in spoken and written language, how to increase students' awareness of how
language is used, and much more.

ISBN 0 646211 60 9, PB 268p, AUD$24.95 plus freight, trade welcome.



MAKING SENSE OF TEXT

The ContextText Relationship

Linda Gerot

Volume 2 explores whole texts with reference to lexicogrammar, and how
genre, field, tenor, mode and ideology contribute to our understanding of
spoken and written texts. Readers will learn how to apply the grammar to
contrasting texts through the author's analysis of a range of authentic
material from a variety of contexts.

Although it builds on Volume 1, readers new to this kind of grammatical
explanation can still use this volume as an introduction to
systemic-functional grammar. The book will assist any reader's understanding
of the all-important contexttext relationship.

ISBN 0 646241 44 3, PB 152p, AUD$24.95 plus freight, trade welcome.


For further information and orders for this latest teaching resource,
contact your local educational book seller (please give them our contact
details), or the publisher directly (we dispatch daily, word-wide):

Gerd Stabler, AEE Publishers
PO Box 5806, Gold Coast Mail Centre
Queensland 9726, Australia
Tel: 07 5562 1130, Fax: 07 5562 1140
Mobile: 041 923 1998
e-mail: aeegerdonthenet.com.au


VOLUME 3, Making Sense of Teaching Reading
 also by Dr. Linda Gerot
is forthcoming and should be available late 1998.

Please record your interest in this title, and we will notify you
the moment it is available and deduct a 20% discount especially
for you when ordering volume 3.

In the meantime, please enjoy Volume 1 and 2, bestsellers on both sides of
the horizon.

ADDITIONALLY,we are looking for new authors to contribute to this series:
Making Sense of Language

Please contact the publisher: AEE (aeegerdonthenet.com.au)

THANK YOU


United States clients may like to contact:
DOMINIE PRESS, INC
1949 Kellogg Ave, Carlsbad CA 92008
Tel. 619 431 8000, Fax. 619 431 8777
e-mail: rayuendominie.com

Canadian Clients should contact:
Pippin Publishing
c/- General Distribution Services
325 Humber College Blvd
Toronto, Ontario M9W 7C3
Tel. 416 502 1262, Fax. 416 502 1101

Middle East, please contact:
The Kuwait Bookshop Co Ltd
PO Box 2942
13030 Safat
Kuwait
Tel: 965 242 4266 & 242 4289
Fax: 965 242 0558

UK clients: We need your help, please!
To-date we have been unable to locate a bookseller
to distribute these titles in the UK and beyond.

Thank you for your time and interest.
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