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Subject Linguistics

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631214823.1999.00023.x


St-Cloud Sapir-Whorf hypothesis scanning schema theory selection of units of organization in syllabus design semantic differential semantico-grammatical categories semantics semilingualism semiotics sentence pattern shaping silence silent way simplified codes situational syllabus skill-getting/skill-using skimming SLOPE socio-educational model sociolinguistics sociolinguistics in language teaching special purpose testing speech act theory spoken and written discourse staging standard deviation Standard English statistics in applied linguistics research strategic competence stress Structural syllabus structuralism structure student autonomy study skills stylistics subset principle suggestopaedia surrender value syllabus syllabus inventory synchronic/diachronic syntagmatic/paradigmatic syntax systemic grammar ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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