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The Resource Current topics in language : introductory readings, [edited by] Nancy Ainsworth Johnson

Current topics in language : introductory readings, [edited by] Nancy Ainsworth Johnson

Label
Current topics in language : introductory readings
Title
Current topics in language
Title remainder
introductory readings
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Nancy Ainsworth Johnson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
410
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
P106
LC item number
.C8
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1942-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Johnson, Nancy Ainsworth
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  • Language and languages
  • Linguistics
  • Reading
  • Language and languages
Label
Current topics in language : introductory readings, [edited by] Nancy Ainsworth Johnson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Questions, interrelations, and applications: a general introduction --
  • Emergence of the speech sound
  • Roman Jakobson
  • The pattern of early speech
  • David McNeill
  • Why not pivot grammar?
  • Lois Bloom
  • Acquiring negation and questions
  • Edward S. Klima and Ursula Bellugi
  • Mitigation and questioning in verbal repertoire
  • William Labov
  • Part 1 : Language acquisition
  • Receptive bidialectalism: implications for second-dialect speech
  • Rudolph C. Troike
  • Writing for the here and now
  • Stephen N. Judy
  • Summary: language acquisition and teaching --
  • Introduction
  • They learn the same way all around the world
  • Dan I. Slobin
  • The limitations of imitation
  • Philip B. Gough
  • Language learning and the brain
  • Wilder Penfield
  • The styles of the five clocks
  • Martin Joos
  • First-language influences on ethnic dialects: Spanish and Navajo
  • Muriel R. Saville
  • Dialect differences and Black English
  • Philip S. Dale
  • Selected features of speech: Black and White
  • Juanita V. Williamson
  • Black views of language use: rules of decorum, conflict and men-of-words
  • Roger D. Abrahams
  • Part 2 : Language variation
  • Language and general intelligence
  • Eric H. Lenneberg
  • The advantages of being bilingual
  • Wallace E. Lambert
  • The research non-basis for "restricted codes"
  • Nancy Ainsworth Johnson
  • A visit to a California classroom
  • John J. Gumperz and Eduardo Hernández-Chavez
  • 22,000 "retarded children" face second chance
  • Terry Link
  • Introduction
  • Doublespeak: dialectology in the service of Big Brother
  • James Sledd
  • Summary: language variation and teaching --
  • Discovering regional dialects
  • Roger W. Shuy
  • Language and prestige: "standard English"
  • Raven I. McDavid, Jr.
  • The reflection of social processes in linguistic structures
  • William Labov
  • Phonemes, morphemes, and meaning
  • Charlton Laird
  • Lexical structure and meaning
  • Charles C. Fries
  • Chomsky and the creativity of language
  • John Lyons
  • Generative syntax: grammaticality, phrase-structure rules
  • Victoria Fromkin and Robert Rodman
  • Generative syntax: transformational rules- negation, questions
  • Bruce L. Liles
  • Part 3 : Modern grammars
  • Generative phonology: phonemes, phonological rules
  • Victoria Fromkin and Robert Rodman
  • "Syntactic maturity" and syntactic appropriateness in teaching writing
  • Jean Malmstrom and Constance Weaver
  • Syntactic ambiguity in the poetic dialect
  • James C. Stalker
  • Summary: modern grammars and teaching --
  • Introduction
  • The facts of linguistic change: Old, Middle, Early Modern, and Modern English versions of one text
  • A. G. Rigg, editor
  • Language and change
  • Charles C. Fries
  • Two thousand years of language study
  • Jeanne H. Herndon
  • Juantito's reading problems: foreign language interference and reading skill acquisition
  • Nancy Modiano
  • Dialect barriers to reading comprehension revisited
  • Kenneth S. Goodman and Catherin Buck
  • Reading and Black dialect: a review of the literature
  • Joan C. Baratz
  • Reading for speakers of English as a second language
  • Pat Rigg
  • Teaching vocabulary as an introduction to new material: is it worthwhile?
  • Margaret Lindberg and Laura A. Smith
  • Part 4 : The reading process
  • Reading comprehension: a redundant phrase
  • Yetta Goodman
  • Leeway in matching books and children
  • Summary: teaching with the reading process
  • Introduction
  • Reading: a psycholinguistic guessing game
  • Kenneth S. Goodman
  • The utility of phonic generalization in grades one through six
  • Mildred Hart Bailey
  • The language-experience approach to reading
  • Wilma H. Miller
Control code
1991279
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xviii, 462 pages
Isbn
9780876261699
Lccn
75045304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)296405
Label
Current topics in language : introductory readings, [edited by] Nancy Ainsworth Johnson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Questions, interrelations, and applications: a general introduction --
  • Emergence of the speech sound
  • Roman Jakobson
  • The pattern of early speech
  • David McNeill
  • Why not pivot grammar?
  • Lois Bloom
  • Acquiring negation and questions
  • Edward S. Klima and Ursula Bellugi
  • Mitigation and questioning in verbal repertoire
  • William Labov
  • Part 1 : Language acquisition
  • Receptive bidialectalism: implications for second-dialect speech
  • Rudolph C. Troike
  • Writing for the here and now
  • Stephen N. Judy
  • Summary: language acquisition and teaching --
  • Introduction
  • They learn the same way all around the world
  • Dan I. Slobin
  • The limitations of imitation
  • Philip B. Gough
  • Language learning and the brain
  • Wilder Penfield
  • The styles of the five clocks
  • Martin Joos
  • First-language influences on ethnic dialects: Spanish and Navajo
  • Muriel R. Saville
  • Dialect differences and Black English
  • Philip S. Dale
  • Selected features of speech: Black and White
  • Juanita V. Williamson
  • Black views of language use: rules of decorum, conflict and men-of-words
  • Roger D. Abrahams
  • Part 2 : Language variation
  • Language and general intelligence
  • Eric H. Lenneberg
  • The advantages of being bilingual
  • Wallace E. Lambert
  • The research non-basis for "restricted codes"
  • Nancy Ainsworth Johnson
  • A visit to a California classroom
  • John J. Gumperz and Eduardo Hernández-Chavez
  • 22,000 "retarded children" face second chance
  • Terry Link
  • Introduction
  • Doublespeak: dialectology in the service of Big Brother
  • James Sledd
  • Summary: language variation and teaching --
  • Discovering regional dialects
  • Roger W. Shuy
  • Language and prestige: "standard English"
  • Raven I. McDavid, Jr.
  • The reflection of social processes in linguistic structures
  • William Labov
  • Phonemes, morphemes, and meaning
  • Charlton Laird
  • Lexical structure and meaning
  • Charles C. Fries
  • Chomsky and the creativity of language
  • John Lyons
  • Generative syntax: grammaticality, phrase-structure rules
  • Victoria Fromkin and Robert Rodman
  • Generative syntax: transformational rules- negation, questions
  • Bruce L. Liles
  • Part 3 : Modern grammars
  • Generative phonology: phonemes, phonological rules
  • Victoria Fromkin and Robert Rodman
  • "Syntactic maturity" and syntactic appropriateness in teaching writing
  • Jean Malmstrom and Constance Weaver
  • Syntactic ambiguity in the poetic dialect
  • James C. Stalker
  • Summary: modern grammars and teaching --
  • Introduction
  • The facts of linguistic change: Old, Middle, Early Modern, and Modern English versions of one text
  • A. G. Rigg, editor
  • Language and change
  • Charles C. Fries
  • Two thousand years of language study
  • Jeanne H. Herndon
  • Juantito's reading problems: foreign language interference and reading skill acquisition
  • Nancy Modiano
  • Dialect barriers to reading comprehension revisited
  • Kenneth S. Goodman and Catherin Buck
  • Reading and Black dialect: a review of the literature
  • Joan C. Baratz
  • Reading for speakers of English as a second language
  • Pat Rigg
  • Teaching vocabulary as an introduction to new material: is it worthwhile?
  • Margaret Lindberg and Laura A. Smith
  • Part 4 : The reading process
  • Reading comprehension: a redundant phrase
  • Yetta Goodman
  • Leeway in matching books and children
  • Summary: teaching with the reading process
  • Introduction
  • Reading: a psycholinguistic guessing game
  • Kenneth S. Goodman
  • The utility of phonic generalization in grades one through six
  • Mildred Hart Bailey
  • The language-experience approach to reading
  • Wilma H. Miller
Control code
1991279
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xviii, 462 pages
Isbn
9780876261699
Lccn
75045304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(WaOLN)296405

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