Linguistics and language teaching: Proceedings of the sixth joint LSH-HATESL conference

    Reves, Cynthia; Steele, Caroline; & Wong, Cathy (eds.)

    Reves, C. M., Steele, C., Wong, C. S. P., Linguistics Society of Hawai'i., & Hawai'i Association of Teachers of English as a Second Language. (1996). Linguistics and language teaching: Proceedings of the Sixth Joint LSH-HATESL Conference. Honolulu, HI: Second Language Teaching & Curriculum Center, University of Hawai'i at Manoa.

    This volume contains 18 articles revolving around the following three topics:

    • Linguistic issues: These six papers discuss various linguistic issues: ideophones, syllabic nasals, linguistic areas, computation, tonal melody classification and wh-words.
    • Sociolinguistics: Sociolinguistic phenomena in Swahili, signing, Hawaiian, and Japanese are discussed in four of the papers.
    • Language teaching and learning: These eight papers cover prosodic modification, note taking, planning in oral production, oral testing, language policy, L2 essay organization, access to dative alternation rules, and child noun phrase structure development.