A Teacher's Guide to World War One: A History in Documents by Emily Berry

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Windsor: NFER Publishing Company. CARROLL, J. 1971, Development of native language skills beyond the early years. In C. ) The Learning of Language (pp. 97-156). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. CARTER, R. 1987, Vocabulary: Applied Linguistic Perspectives. London: Allen and Unwin. CMIEB/CLA/Ville de Besançon 1992, Actes de la IVe Rencontre Internationale Langues et Cités. L'enseignement précoce des langues en Europe à l'horizon 2000: bilan et perspectives. Besançon: Centre Mondial d'Information sur l'Education Bilingue/Centre de Linguistique Appliquée/Ville de Besançon.

Language Learning 30, 44972. PENFIELD, W. and ROBERTS, L. 1959, Speech and Brain Mechanisms. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. PINCEMIN, J. and O'NEIL, C. (eds) 1990, Langues, cultures et systèmes éducatifs: enjeux de la construction de l'Europe. Lille: Arpeij, and Paris: Université de Paris III. ROMAINE, S. 1989, Bilingualism. Oxford: Blackwell. < previous page page_27 next page > < previous page page_28 next page > Page 28 SANDOZ, C. (1992). Syntaxe et formation des mots: un type d'emploi de noms verbaux en latin, TRANEL 18 (Institut de Linguistique, Université de Neuchâtel), 245-52.

Between tasks they were allowed to pause briefly and to look over the printed materials before reading them into the microphone. They were instructed to speak or read aloud at their normal rate of speech. Judges The speech samples were judged by four native speakers of British English (two male, two female) from York, in the north of England. They were all 'naive' judges with no experience in assessing pronunciation. g. Scovel, 1981; Flege, 1984) that inexperienced native speakers can reliably judge whether someone speaks with a foreign accent, and because in a recent study (Thompson, 1991), in which both naive and experienced native speakers participated, the former group proved to be less lenient.

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