Towards an A-level in Linguistics
For a number of years CLIE has been interested in developing an A-level in Linguistics. This was shelved in 2009 to concentrate on the development of the UK Linguistics Olympiad. Given UKLO’s success and the positive feedback received, the idea of an A-level in Linguistics has re-emerged.
The group members are:
- Graeme Trousdale (Chair)
- Dick Hudson
- Willem Hollmann
- Marcello Giovanelli
- Billy Clark
- Neil Sheldon
- Emma Marsden
The following are some papers relevant to the idea of developing a new A-level.
- David Bennett “Developing anthropology in schools’ curricula
- Brian Street (2012) Anthropology in and of Education
- Hilary Callan & Brian Street (2010) Anthropology, Education and the Wider Public
Other relevant links:
- Progress to 2009 by the working group of LLAS on A-level linguistics page