LINGUIST List 10.401
Tue Mar 16 1999
A Bibliography on Second Dialect Acquisition
Below is a list of references for studies since 1980, complied from
the replies to a question on Linguist List, and a personal list, by Jeff
Siegel (University of New England, Armidale, NSW 2351 Australia)
Adger, C. T. (in press). 'Register shifting with dialect resources in instructional
discourse'. In S. Hoyle & C. T. Adger (Eds.), Language practices
of older children. New York: Oxford University Press.
Ammon, Ulrich. 1989. 'Aspects of dialect and school in the Federal Republic
of Germany'. In Jenny Cheshire et al (Eds.), pp. 113-138.
Au, Kathry H. 1976. KEEP reading research. Honolulu: Kamehameha
Early Education Program (Technical Report no. 57).
Barbour, Stephen. 1987. 'Dialects and the teaching of Standard Language:
Some West German work'. Language in Society 16: 227-244.
Bull, Tove. 1990. 'Teaching school beginners to read and write in the vernacular'.
In E.H. Jahr & O. Lorentz (Eds.), Troms Linguistics in the Eighties.
Oslo: Novus Press (Troms Studies in Linguistics 11), pp. 69-84.
Carter, Candy (Ed.) Non-native and Nonstandard Dialect Students: Classroom
Practices in Teaching English, 1982-1983. Urbana, IL: National Council
for the Teaching of English.
Cheshire, Jenny & Dieter Stein, eds. 1997. 'Taming the Vernacular'.
London: Longman. Cheshire, Jenny, Viv Edwards, Henk Mnstermann & Bert
Weltens, Eds. 1989. Dialect and education: Some European perspectives.
Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Cheshire, Jenny. 1982. 'Dialect features and linguistic conflict in schools'.
Review 14(1): 53-67.
Craig, Dennis. 1988. Creole English and Education in Jamaica. In C.B. Paulston
(Ed.), International Handbook of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education.
New York: Greenwood, pp. 297-312.
Craig, Dennis. 1998. "Afta yu lann dem fi riid an rait dem Kriiyol, den
wa muo?" Creole and the teaching of the lexifier language. Paper presented
at the 3rd International Creole Workshop, Miami.
Day, Richard R. 1989. 'The acquisition and maintenance of language by minority
children'. Language Learning 29(2): 295-303.
Delpit, L. (1990). 'Language diversity and learning'. In S. Hynds &
D. Rubin (Eds.), Perspectives on talk and learning (pp. 247-266).
Urbana, IL: NCTE.
Escure, Genevieve. 1997 Creole and Dialect Continua: Standard Acquisition
Processes in Belize and China. Amsterdam : John Benjamins.
Fairman, Tony. 1988. 'Teaching the Englishes'. IRAL 26(2).
Giesbers, Herman, Sjaak Kroon & Rudi Liebrand. 1988. The Bidialectalism
and primary school achievement in a Dutch Dialect Area. Language and
Education, 2(2): 77-94.
Graff, David, William Labov, and Wendell A. Harris. 1986. Testing listeners'
reactions to phonological markers of ethnic identity: A new method for
sociolinguistic research. In D. Sankoff (Ed.), Diversity and Diachrony.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp.45-58.
Gupta, Anthea Fraser. 1994. The step-tongue: Children's English in Singapore.
Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Hartwell, Patrick. 1980. Dialect interference in writing: A critical review.
in the Teaching of English 14(2): 101-118.
Hidalgo, Margarita. 1987. On the Question of "Standard" versus "Dialect":
Implications for Teaching Hispanic College Students. Hispanic Journal
of Behavioral Sciences 9(4).
Issacs, Gale J. 1996. The persistence of non-standard dialect in school-age
children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 39(2): 434-441.
James, Carl. 1996. Mother tongue use in bilingual/bidialectal education:
Implications for Bruneian Dwibahasa. Journal of Multilingual and Multi
cultural Development, 17(2-4): 248-257.
Jorgensen, J. Normann & Karen Margrethe Pedersen. 1989. 'Dialect and
education in Denmark'. In Jenny Cheshire et al (Eds.), pp. 30-47.
Kaldor, Susan. 1991. Standard Australian English as a Second Language and
as a Second Dialect. In M.L. Tickoo, Makhan L.(Ed.), Languages &
Standards: Issues, Attitudes, Case Studies.
Labov, W. 1989. 'The limitations of context. Evidence from misunderstandings
in Chicago'. CLS (Proceedings of the Chicago Linguistics Society)
25, part 2, pp. 171-200.
Labov, William. 1995. Can reading failure be reversed? A linguistics approach
to the question. In V. Gadsden and D. Wagner (Eds.), Literacy Among
Lewis, Shirley A. 1981. Practical aspects of teaching composition to Bidialectal
students: The Nairobi method. In Whiteman, Marcia Farr (Ed.), Writing:
The nature development and teaching of written communication, Vol.
1, Variation in Writing. pp. 189-196.
Liew, Elizabeth M. 1996. Developmental Interdependence Hypothesis revisted
in the Brunei classroom. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development,
Lippi-Green, Rosina. 1997. English with an accent. London: Routledge.
Los Angeles Unified School District & Noma LeMoine. 1999).English
for your success: Handbook of successful strategies for educators.
Maywood, NJ: Peoples Publishing.
Menacker, Terri. 1998. 'Second language acquisition for languages with
minimal distance'. Unpublished paper, Department of English as Second Language,
University of Hawai'i.
Milroy, Leslie. 1982. Language and Group Identity. Journal of Multilingual
and Multicultural Development 3(3).
Niedzielski, Nancy. 1999. The effect of social information on the perception
of sociolinguistic variables. In press in Journal of Language and Social
Psychology (apparently v. 18 no. 1, pp. 62-84, to appear in March).
Ornstein Galicia, Jacob. 1980. Black English--New Role in the Classroom?
Parry, Thomas S., and Stansfield, Charles W. (Eds). 1990. Language aptitude
reconsidered. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall Regents (& CAL).
Payne, Arvilla C. 1980. Factors controlling the acquisition of the Philadelphia
dialect by out-of-state children. In W. Labov (Ed.), Locating Language
in Time and Space. New York: Academic Press, pp. 143-178.
Politzer, Robert. 1993. A Researcher's Reflections on Bridging Dialect
and Second Language Learning: Discussion of Problems and Solutions. In
Merino, Trueba & Samaniego (Eds.), Language Culture and Learning:
Teaching Spanish to Native Speakers of Spanish. London: The Falmer
Reed, Theresa C.Y. & Peter D. Pumfrey. 1992. Dialect interference and
the reading attainments of British Pakistani and ethnic majority pupils.
Research Papers in Education 7(1): 27-52.
Rickford, John R. 1997a. Unequal partnership: Sociolinguistics and the
African American Speech Community. Language in Society 26(2): 161-197.
Rickford, John R. 1997b. The evolution of the Ebonics issue. Pidgins
and Creoles in Education (PACE) Newsletter 8: 8-10.
Robbins, Judy Floyd. 1988. Employers' Language Expectations and Nonstandard
Dialect Speakers. English Journal 77(6).
Roberts, J. 1997a. Hitting a moving target: Acquisition of a sound change
in progress by Philadelphia children. Language Variation and Change
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of short -a by preschool children. Language Variation and Change
Roberts, Julie. 1997b. Acquisition of variable rules: A study of (-t, d)
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Rosenburg, Peter. 1989. Dialect and education in West Germany. In Jenny
Cheshire et al (Eds.), pp. 62-93
Sato, Charlene J. 1989. A nonstandard approach to standard English. TESOL
Quarterly 23(2): 259-282.
Scherloh, Jane McCabe. 1991. Teaching standard English usage: A dialect-based
approach. Adult Learning 2(5): 20-22.
Smitherman, Geneva, ed., 1981. Black English and the education of Black
children and youth: Proceedings of a national invitational symposium
on the King Decision. Detroit: Center for Black Studies, Wayne State
Smitherman, Geneva. 1997. Black language and the education of black children:
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Sobin, Nicholas. 1997. Agreement , Default Rules, and Grammatical Viruses.
Inquiry 28: 318-343
Speidal, G.E. 1987. Language differences in the classroom: Two approaches
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Starks, Judith A. 1983. The Black English controvery and its implications
for addressing the educational needs of Black children: The cultural linguistic
approach. In Chambers, John W. (Ed.) 1983. Black English: Educational
Equity and the Law. Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma. pp. 97-132.
Stern, Otto. 1988. Divergence and convergence of dialects and standard
from the perspective of the language learner. In Peter Auer & Aldo
di Luzio (Eds.), Variation and convergence: Studies in social dialectology,
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Stijnen, Sjef & Ton Vallen. 1989. The Kerkrade Project: Background,
main findings and an explanation. In Jenny Cheshire et al (Eds.), pp. 139-153.
Taylor, Hanni U. 1989. Standard English, Black English, and bidialectalism:
A controversy. NY: Peter Lang.
Valdes, Guadalupe. 1997. The teaching of Spanish to Bilingual Spanish-speaking
Students: Outstanding Issues and Unanswered Questions. In M. Colombi, Cecilia
& Francisco Alarcon (Eds.), La ensenanza del espanol a hispanohablantes:
Praxis y teoria. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. pp. 8-44.
Warner, Natasha. in press. Recognition of accent patterns across dialects
in Japanese. Berkeley Linguistic Society 23.
Wiley, Terrence G. 1996). The Case of African American Language, pp 125-132.
A section in Chapter Six: Language, Diversity, and the Ascription of Status,
pp. 119-134. In T.G. Wiley, Literacy and Language Diversity in the United
States, CAL and McHenry, IL: Delta Systems.
Williams, Ann. 1989. Dialect in school written work. In Jenny Cheshire
et al (Eds.), pp. 182-199.
Williamson, John & Frank Hardman. 1997. Those terrible marks of the
beast: Non-standard dialect and children's writing. Language and education
Winch, Christopher & John Gingell. 1994. Dialect interference and difficulties
with writing: An investigation in St. Lucian primary schools. Language
and education 8(3): 157-182.
Wolfram, R.W. 1994. Bidialectal Literacy in the United States. In D. Spener
(Ed.), Adult Biliteracy in the United States. CAL and McHenry, IL:
Wolfram, R.W. and N. Schilling-Estes. 1998. American English: Dialects
and Variation. Oxford: Blackwell.
Wolfram, Walt., Christian, Donna., & Adger, Carolyn. 1999. Dialects
in Schools and Communities. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Woutersen, Mirjam, Albert Cox, Bert Weltens & Kees de Bot. 1994. Lexical
aspects of standard dialect bilingualism. Applied Psycholinguistics
Wyatt, T. 1995. Language development in African-American English child
speech. Linguistics and Education, 7(1), 7-22.
Wyatt, T. & Seymour, H. 1990. The implications of code-switching in
Black English speakers. Equity and Excellence. (Special Issue: Language
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Young-Scholten, M. 1985. Interference reconsidered: The role of similarity
in second language acquisition. Selecta 6: 6-12.
Youseff, Valerie. 1991. The acquisition of varilingual competence. English
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