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Systemic Functional Linguistics for the self-taught – Part 2

Laetitia Monbec, with grateful acknowledgement of Rob Playfair’s participation. In part 1, A reading path for the SFL self-taught, the aim was to provide resources to explore SFL theory and its implementation, for practitioners with no formal training in functional linguistics. The concept of the self-taught was used, but left unquestioned. In this second post … Continue reading Systemic Functional Linguistics for the self-taught – Part 2

Systemic Functional Linguistics for the self-taught – Part 1

By Laetitia Monbec The recent BALEAP ResTES brought together a few Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL) practitioners/scholars to discuss the power of the theory for scholarship and the impact it can have on professional practice and on student learning. This blog picks up a few of the thought-provoking themes that were discussed by the participants (and … Continue reading Systemic Functional Linguistics for the self-taught – Part 1