Books and articles

Books (including monographs)

1973 Handbuch der artikulatorischen Phonetik p1-48; Seminar fur Sprachmethodik, Burbach-Holzhausen, Germany (revised 1976).

1981 Pronunciation Skills, p1-124, Macmillan, London. (ISBN: 0333 27178 5).

1985 Talent, Potential, but No Resources, Report of the Seminar on English Language Teaching in Madagascar, UWIST, Cardiff, piv-39.

1988 Specification of Intonation for Prototype Generator 2, COMMUNAL, Cardiff p1-40.

1990 The Roles of Intonation in English Discourse, pxiv-534; Peter Lang, Bern, Switzerland. (ISBN: 3-631-42654-2).

1992 Studies in Systemic Phonology (Editor) P1-265, Pinter Publishers (ISBN 086187-784-5).

1996 (with M. Ball and J. Rahilly)The Phonetic Transcription of Disordered Speech p1-203, San Diego, CA, Singular Publishing. (ISBN 1-56593-206-4, 203 pages).

1996 The Intonation Systems of English, Cassell Academic, London (ISBN: 0-304-33690-4; 0-304-33691-2) pix-160.

2011 Transcribing the sound of English: a phonetics workbook for words and discourse, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (ISBN 978-0-521-16605-8/978-1-107-00019-3; i-vii, 1-192; with accompanying website).

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Articles

1. 1976 `Double Ranks in a Phonological Hierarchy; in Jnl of Linguistics, Vol12 p1-20.

2. 1978 `On introducing parametric phonetics’, in Jnl of Intern. Phon. Ass. Vol. 8 p34-46.

3. 1978 Review: Listening to Spoken English(G. Brown, Longman, 1977), in Jnl of Intern. Phon. Ass, Vol. 8, No. 2. p83-91

4. 1980 `Aspects of Hausa intonation, 1: utterances in isolation’, in Jnl of Intern. Phon.Ass. Vol. 10, p45-63 (with J. Miller).

5. 1982 `Aspects of Hausa intonation, 2: continuous text’, in Jnl of Intern. Phon. Ass, Vol. 12 p78-93 (with J. Miller).

6. 1983 Review: Use of EnglishCourse for West African Students(H. Parry), in W.African Jnl of Education p100-107.

7. 1984 Review: English Phonetics and Phonology : A Practical Course.(P. Roach) in English Lang. Teach Jnl, vol 30, p296-298.

8. 1984 Review: English Phonemic Transcription(I. Morris-Wilson) in Jnl of Intern. Phon. Ass. Vol 14 p89-91.

9. 1985 `Teaching English as a Foreign/Second Language’ in Spectrum. Vol. 17, p42-44.

10. 1985 `The external and internal factors that contribute to linguistic errors; in W.African Jnl of Ed, Vol 20. p1-19

11. 1987 Review: An English Pronunciation Dictionary(J.B. Wynn) in IATEFL Phonology Newsletter, Vol 2 p15-17.

12. 1987 `The Teacher as Researcher‘, in Bickley, V. (ed): Language Teacher Education: Re-exploring CELT(Continuing Education for Language Teachers) Institute of Language in Education, Hong Kong, p220-230.

13. 1988 `The Stylistic Potential of Intonation‘, in Coupland, N. (ed): Styles of Discourse Croom Helm, London, p50-84. (ISBN: O-7099-4852-2).

14. 1988 `A Bilingual Methodology for Second Language Teaching’, in Bickley, V. (ed): Languages in Education in a Bi-lingual or Multi-lingual Setting, Institute of Language in Education, Hong Kong p399-419.

15. 1988 Review: Simple Phonetics for Teachers(J. Smith & M. Bloor, Methuen, London, 1985), in Jnl of Intern. Phon. Ass, Vol. 18 p.158-160

16. 1989` Representing Pronunciation in the COBUILD Dictionary’, in Speak Out, IATEFL Phonology SIG, 4 p18-22.

17. 1989 `A Welcome Development in the Training of English Teachers’, in SPELT Newsletter VI(3) Karachi, Pakistan p14-21.

18. 1990 `The Pronunciation of English in Abercrave’, in Coupland, N. (ed): English in Wales, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, p.130-141. (ISBN: 1-85359-032-0)

19. 1990 Review: Longman Pronunciation Dictionary(J.C. Wells, Longman, London, 1990) in Practical English Teaching Vol. 11, No. 1 p. 79-80.

20. 1990 `The Roles of Intonation in English Discourse’ in IATEFL Newsletter, No.108, p.26.

21. 1991 Review: Sounds English(J.D. 0’Connor & C. Fletcher, Longman, London, 1989) in ELT Journal Vol. 45/3, p. 275-7.

22. 1991 `Some Remarks on Halliday’s Description of British English Intonation’, in Network 17 p76-84.

23. 1991 Review: Intonation and its Uses : Melody in Grammar and Discourse (D. Bolinger, Edward Arnold, London 1989), in Network 17, p93-98.

24. 1991 `Learning about English Intonation’, in IATEFL Newsletter, No. 112, p.26.

25. 1992 `From Prosodic Analysis to Systemic Phonology’, in P.Tench: Studies in Systemic Phonology 1992, p1-18.

26. 1992 `Tone and the Status of Information’, in P. Tench: Studies in System Phonology 1992, p161-174.

27. 1992 (with D. Eddaikra) `The Pharyngealization System in Algerian Spoken Arabic, in P.Tench : Studies in Systemic Phonology 1992, p77-86.

28. 1992 Phonetic Symbols in the Dictionary and in the Classroom, Approaches to Pronunciation Teaching (Editor Adam Brown), Modern English Publications in association with the British Council, Macmillan, London, P.90-102 ISBN 0-333-58246-2.

29. 1993 Teaching English /l/ and /r/, Speak Out! (IATEFL) No. 12 p.9-11.

30. 1993 English Intonation and Grammar, IATEFL Annual Conference Report, 1993 p.23.

31. 1994 Review: An Introduction to Phonology (F. Katamba, Longman, Harlow 1989
ISBN 0582 29150X) in Word, 45:2, p181-186.

32. 1994 `The Boundaries of intonation units’, in J.W. Lewis (ed) Studies in General and English Phonetics : In Honour of Professor J.D. 0’Connor, Routledge, London, p270-277. ISBN 0 415 080681.

33. 1995 Review: Phonological Investigations (J. Fisiak & S. Puppel, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 1992), in Word 46:2, p293-296.

34. 1995 Review: Homage to W.R.Lee : Essays in English as a Foreign or Second Language (ed. A. van Essen & E. Burkart, Foris, Berlin, 1992), in Word 46:2, p296-299.

35. 1995 `The Emergence of a New Tone in English Intonation’, in IATEFL Annual Conference Report, 1995, p8-9.

36. 1995 `A bilingual methodology for second language teaching’ (see no. 14) reprinted in Immersion Language Teaching: Selected Readings 1, Distance Education Centre, University of Southern Queensland, Australia.

37. 1996 `The Communicative Value of the tone system of English’ in Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, 1995; p149-165 ISBN 960-243-114-8.

38. 1996`A New Tone – Routine Listing’, in Speak Out (IATEFL), No. 18 Summer 1996, p26-32. ISSN 1026 4345. With cassette.

39. 1996 `Methodology in Phonological Interlanguage’, in International Review of Applied Linguistics, XXXLX: 4, 241-60 ISSN 0019-042X

40. 1996 ‘Intonation and the Differentiation of Syntactical Patterns in English and German’, in International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 6: 2, 223-56 ISSN 0802-6106

41. 1997 ‘The Fall and Rise of the Level Tone in English’, in Functions of Language 4:1, 1-22 ISSN 0929-998X

42. 1997 Review: English Speech Rhythm; Form and Function in Everyday Verbal Interaction (Couper-Kuhlen, E ; Amsterdam:Benjamins,1993) in Functions of Language 4:1, 119-24 ISSN 0929-998X

43. 1997 Review: Describing Spoken English: an Introduction (Kreidler, C W: London/New York: Routledge, 1997) in Functions of Language 4:1, 310-2 ISSN 0929-998X

44. 1997 ‘Towards a design of a pronunciation test’, in Speak Out! 20: 29-43 ISSN 1026-4345

45. 1997 Review: English Pronouncing Dictionary, 15th Ed(Daniel Jones, ed Roach,P& Hartman, J; Cambridge: CUP, 1997), in Speak Out! 21:44-8 ISSN 1026-4345

46. 1997 ‘Intonation innovations’, in IATEFL Newsletter 140: 17-8 ISSN 0257-6554

47. 1997 Review: Prosody in Conversation: Interactional Studies (Couper-Kuhlen, E & Selting, M; Cambridge: CUP 1996) in Journal of Sociolinguistics 1:2: 290-3 ISSN 1360-6441

48. 1998 ‘RIP: RP?’, in Journal of Sociolinguistics 2:1, 107-9 ISSN 1360-6441

49. 1998 Review: Phonology in English Language Teaching (M C Pennington, Longman 1996), in Journal of Sociolinguistics 2:2, 312-4 ISSN 1360-6441

50. 1998 ‘Phonological Universals and the Pronunciation of English’, in IATEFL 1998 , Whitstable: IATEFL pp19-20 ISBN 1 901095 55X

51. 1999 ‘A sound experiment? An attempt to evaluate alternative strategies’, in Speak Out! 23: 5-14 ISSN 1026-4345

52. 1999 Book notice: Intonation (2nd edition; Cruttenden, A; Cambridge: CUP 1997) in Journal of Sociolinguistics 3:3, 415 ISSN 1360-6441

53. 2000 Review: Accent in Context (Chapman, S; Bern:PeterLang, 1998) in English Language and Linguistics, 4:2,333-5 ISSN 1360-6743

54. 2001 ‘English Pronunciation at the Turn of the Millennium’, in Speak Out! 27: 43-7 ISSN: 1026-4345

55. 2001 ‘What grammar is actually for’, in Subject Centre Grammar Supplement, Liaison, Issue 3: 17-9 ISSN: 1472-6432

56. 2001 ‘An Applied Interlanguage Experiment into Phonological Misperceptions of Adult Learners’, in International Journal of English Studies 1:1: 259-276 ISSN: 1578-7044

57. 2001 ‘What we actually need grammar for: an introduction to a functional perspective on grammar’, in Journal of Research, BZ Univerity, Multan, Pakistan: 1-18

58. 2003 ‘Non-native speakers’ misperceptions of English vowels and consonants: evidence from Korean adults in UK’, in International Review of Applied Linguistics, 41: 145-173 ISSN: 041-0145

59. 2003 ‘English pronunciation of the Unmarked Young, a review of Upton et al Oxford Dictionary of Pronunciation’, in Speak Out! :30 : 21-25 ISSN: 1026-4345

60. 2003 Review: Roach, P (2001) Phonetics Oxford: OUP, in System 31: 426-428 ISSN: 0346-251X

61. 2003 ‘Processes of semogenesis in English intonation’ in Functions of Language 10:2:209-234 ISSN: 0929-998X

62. 2004 ‘EPD16. A review of the Cambridge English Pronouncing Dictionary, 16th edition, CUP 2003’, in Speak Out!, 31: 33-37 ISSN: 1026-4345

63. 2005 ‘Talking intonation’, in Speak Out! 34: 3-15 ISSN: 1026-4345

64. 2005 ‘Teaching intonation’, in Speak Out! 34: 45-53 ISSN: 1026-4345

65. 2006 ‘Two practical tasks in intonation analysis’ in Speak Out! 35: 40-43 ISSN:1026-4345

66. 2007 Illustrations of the IPA: Tera Journal of the International Phonetic Association 37:2: 227-234

67. 2007 Review: Gussenhoven, C The phonology of tone and intonation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004, xxiv+355, and Wells, J C English intonation; an introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006, ix+276. in Functions of Language 14/2: 261-277

68. 2008 ‘Spelling in the Mind: phonemic-graphemic correspondence hypotheses’. In Edwardes M (ed) ‘Proceedings of the BAAL Annual Conference 2007’. Scitsiugnil Press: London.(ISBN: 978-0-9559533-0-9), p 121-130 (with Rhiannon Vaughn Griffiths and Ben Clarke)

69. 2008 Reading and Writing Tera (Nyimatli), p 1-42. Nyimatli Language Project: Gombe, Nigeria. (with the Nyamtli/Tera Group, Gombe, Nigeria)

70. 2008 Reading and Writing Ngizim, p 1-32. Bama, Adamawa, Nigeria: Seed Company

71. 2008 Review: Halliday & Greaves Intonation in the Grammar of English. Functions of Language 17.2; 255-265

72. 2009 The Pronunciation of Grammar. Plenary address, 3rdInternational Congress on English Grammar. Salem, TN, India: Sona College of Technology. ISBN:978-81-906270-0-9

73. 2009 Towards a Description of Tamil English Standard Pronunciation. Salem, TN, India: Sona College of Technology. ISBN: 978-81-906270-0-9

74. 2010 ‘The Pronunciation of Grammar’, Sonalesa (India), July 2010. 1-11 (ISSN: 0974-147X)

75. 2011 Reading and Writing ciShanjo, p 1-27. Mongu, Zambia: Seed Company

76. 2011 Reading and Writing Glvaghda, p 1-26. Gavva, Borno, Nigeria: Seed Company

77. 2012 Reading and Writing Etkwen (Ichen), p 1-28. Zing, Taraba, Nigeria: Seed Company

78. 2014 ‘A systemic functional model of the intonation of clauses in English’ , in Monroy-Caes, R & Arboleda-Guirau, I (eds) Readings in English Phonetics and Phonology. Universitat de València, Spain, p 261-296. 978-84-370-9455-7.

79. 2014 ‘Towards a systemic presentation of the word phonology of English’, in Bowcher, W L & Smith, B A (eds) Systemic phonology. Recent studies in English. Sheffield: Equinox, p 267-294. 978-1-84553-946-7.

80. 2014 Writing and Reading Boi (TiYaa), p 1-27. Jos, Plateau, Nigeria: Seed Company

81. 2017 ‘The phoneme and word phonology in systemic functional linguistics’, in Bartlett, T & O’Grady, G (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics. London: Routledge

82. 2018 ‘Dodson’s classroom experiments in pronunciation’, Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 4:1 , p 154-157

83. 2018 Review: TRACEY M. DERWING & MURRAY J. MUNRO, Pronunciation fundamentals: Evidence-based perspectives for L2 teaching and research (Language Learning & Language Teaching 42). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2015. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association.

84. 2019 ‘A Life in Phonology’, Ideas IV: 4, pp 1-18 ISSN:2469-1178

85. 2020 ‘Intonation in Semantic System Networks’, in Tucker, G, Huang, G, Fontaine, L & McDonald, E (eds) Approaches to Systemic Functional Grammar: convergence and divergence. Sheffield: Equinox