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Materials for teaching linguistics developed at SIL-UND
- Bickford, Albert and Steve Marlett. Graduate school: Is it for me? (A short paper containing advice for students who are considering whether to pursue a graduate degree in linguistics, especially for those whose career involves field linguistic research.)
- Bickford, Albert. Using ELAN: A getting-started guide for use with sign languages.
- Marlett, Stephen A. 2011 ms. Phonology From the Ground Up. (Focuses on postlexical phonology.)
Other materials for teaching linguistics are available from the SIL-Mexico website, including the following developed by faculty members at SIL-UND:
- Marlett, Stephen A. 2001. An Introduction to Phonological Analysis. (The author recommends using the 2011 manuscript above; the books are quite different.)
- Black, Cheryl A. 1999. A Step-by-step Introduction to the Government and Binding Theory of Syntax.
Still others developed at SIL-UND may be ordered separately from the SIL International Publications Catalog, including:
- Bickford, Anita, and Rick Floyd. 2003. Articulatory Phonetics: Tools for Analyzing the World's Languages. Fourth edition.
- Bickford, J. Albert. 1998. Tools for Analyzing the World's Languages: Morphology and Syntax.
- Dooley, Robert A. and Stephen H. Levinsohn. 2000. Analyzing Discourse: A Manual of Basic Concepts.
Some of the above titles are also available as a part of the Linguistics Bookshelf of SIL's LinguaLinks Library.