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Addressing Contextual Issue Relevant To Language Teaching In South Africa: Implications For Policy And Practice, Keith Chick Oct 1992

Addressing Contextual Issue Relevant To Language Teaching In South Africa: Implications For Policy And Practice, Keith Chick

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Can You Apologize Me? An Investigation Of Speech Act Performance Among Non-Native Speakers Of English, Julian Linnell, Felicia L. Porter, Holly Stone, Wan-Lai Chen Oct 1992

Can You Apologize Me? An Investigation Of Speech Act Performance Among Non-Native Speakers Of English, Julian Linnell, Felicia L. Porter, Holly Stone, Wan-Lai Chen

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Acquisition Policy Planning And Litigation: Language Planning In The Context Of Y.S. V. School District Of Philadelphia, Ellen Skilton Oct 1992

Acquisition Policy Planning And Litigation: Language Planning In The Context Of Y.S. V. School District Of Philadelphia, Ellen Skilton

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of Compliment Responses Of Female Koreans In Korean-Speaking Situations And In English-Speaking Situations, Chung-Hye Han Oct 1992

A Comparative Study Of Compliment Responses Of Female Koreans In Korean-Speaking Situations And In English-Speaking Situations, Chung-Hye Han

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Language Status Policy Planning In Puerto Rico: Nonlinguistic Aims As Central Rather Than Extra, Helen M. Strauch Oct 1992

Language Status Policy Planning In Puerto Rico: Nonlinguistic Aims As Central Rather Than Extra, Helen M. Strauch

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


"The Proper Way To Pray": Description Of A Korean-American Youth Service Prayer, Holly Stone Oct 1992

"The Proper Way To Pray": Description Of A Korean-American Youth Service Prayer, Holly Stone

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


New Fiscal Realities In Higher Education, University Of Pennsylvania Oct 1992

New Fiscal Realities In Higher Education, University Of Pennsylvania

CPRE Policy Briefs

This issue of CPRE Finance Briefs draws from a study conducted by Massy and Wilfer for the Finance Center of the Consortium for Policy Research in Education. The study examines how post secondary academic departments work in order to identify organizational incentives that can improve productivity.


Ten Lessons About Regulation And Schooling, University Of Pennsylvania Jun 1992

Ten Lessons About Regulation And Schooling, University Of Pennsylvania

CPRE Policy Briefs

For the past several years, researchers at the Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE) have been examining state regulation of districts and schools. This policy brief summarizes the highlights of CPRE's analyses and research. It is based primarily on four state case studies of different approaches to regulatory treatment. It also draws from other research on state policy and state-local relations.


Keeping College Affordable: A Proposal From Two Economists, University Of Pennsylvania May 1992

Keeping College Affordable: A Proposal From Two Economists, University Of Pennsylvania

CPRE Policy Briefs

In order to broaden discussion about higher education finance, this policy brief outlines a proposal for a major change in federal financial aid, state tuition, and state financial aid policies. The proposal is drawn from the book Keeping College Affordable: Government and Educational Opportunity by Michael S. McPherson and Morton Owen Schapiro.


Stress In Japanese English: Evidence From Native Perceptual Judgements, Brian D. Teaman Apr 1992

Stress In Japanese English: Evidence From Native Perceptual Judgements, Brian D. Teaman

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Orthography In The Target Language: Does It Influence Interlanguage Phonology, Kira Ogorodnikova Apr 1992

Orthography In The Target Language: Does It Influence Interlanguage Phonology, Kira Ogorodnikova

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Language, Thought, And Culture: Combining Bilingual And Bicultural/Multicultural Education, Tom Meyer Apr 1992

Language, Thought, And Culture: Combining Bilingual And Bicultural/Multicultural Education, Tom Meyer

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Inequality In Language: Taking For Granted, Dell Hymes Apr 1992

Inequality In Language: Taking For Granted, Dell Hymes

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Standardization In Andean Languages, Rodolfo Cerron-Palomino Apr 1992

Standardization In Andean Languages, Rodolfo Cerron-Palomino

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL)

No abstract provided.


Langues Et Lettrismes Au Maroc, Daniel A. Wagner Jan 1992

Langues Et Lettrismes Au Maroc, Daniel A. Wagner

Book Chapters (Literacy.org)

Ces dernières décennies, plusieurs chercheurs et responsables se sont demoandés si seul l'apprentissage de la lecture dans la langue maternelle était favorable à la réussite scolaire. Il y a trente ans déjà, dans un rapport désormais classique présenté à l'une des conférences de l'Unesco, des spécialistes avaient affirmé leur adhésion totale à l-usage de la langue maternelle ou à des programmes d'éducation en langues vernaculaires...


Self-Managed Groups: Fitting Self-Management Approaches Into Classroom Systems, Cynthia A. Rohrbeck Jan 1992

Self-Managed Groups: Fitting Self-Management Approaches Into Classroom Systems, Cynthia A. Rohrbeck

GSE Publications

Examines the factors limiting the use of classroom self-management interventions. Self-management approaches that contribute to its inappropriateness and impracticality; Review peer tutoring as a strategy with self-management features in classroom use; Combination of student choice and student management with interdependent group reward contingencies; Reciprocal peer teaching.