CLiE Working Papers
- The editors were:
- This series was registered by Tom Bloor as ISSN “09648275”.
- They have never been distributed widely.
- No new papers have appeared since 1992.
- Those that are highlighted below are freely available on the internet.
- Many of the papers were based on discussions in the ‘Educational linguistics’ section of the LAGB.
- 1983. Linguistic equality. (Dick Hudson)
- 1984. The uselessness of ‘formal grammar’? (John Walmsley)
- 1984. The higher-level differences between speech and writing. (Dick Hudson)
- 1984. Guidelines for evaluating school instruction about language. (CLIE)
- 1985. Language and sexism. (Jennifer Coates)
- 1985. Teaching English language in New Zealand schools. (Elizabeth Gordon)
- 1986. Variation and prescriptivism in English. Modern language students’ attitudes to some sociolinguistic issues. (Thomas Bloor)
- 1986. University students’ knowledge about language. Some aspects of language awareness prior to instruction in university courses. (Thomas Bloor)
- 1986. How homogeneous is the grammar of British English? (Dick Hudson)
- 1986. The synchronic organization of English spelling. (Mike Stubbs)
- 1988. English spelling and educational progress. (Christopher Upward)
- 1991. English dictionaries in the classroom: a critical survey. (Hilary Nesi)
- 1992. Assessing speaking and listening. (Joan Swann with Gillian Brown and Maggie MacClure)
- 1992. English in education: how the linguist can help. (Siew-Yue Killingley)
1989. Kingman and the linguists. (edited by Jill Bourne and Thomas Bloor).
- p. 1 Introduction (Jill Bourne)
- p. 3 Kingman and ‘the Model’ (Mike Baynham)
- p. 7 Three criticisms (Dick Leith)
- p. 9 Language, literature and Kingman (Ron Carter)
- p. 12 Language education or language training? (Norman Fairclough and Roz Ivanic)
- p. 20 The role of the linguist in the political and ideological context of national language planning (Mike Stubbs)
- p. 25 Language across the curriculum (Mary Mason)
- p. 27 Implications for primary language, ITT and INSET (Steve Whitley)
- p. 33 ‘Almost passionate in its advocacy’: Kingman on entitlement (Ben Rampton)
- p. 37 Two comments on the BAAL/LAGB Kingman debate
- p. 38-40 Kingman and the linguists (Dick Hudson)