List compiled by Ethel Hammerly.
1. 1974: The Articulatory Pictorial Transcriptions: New Aids to Second Language Pronunciation, 167 pp. (Blaine, Washington: Second Language Publications).
2. 1974: (As editor and contributor) Second Language Teaching 74, Part II of the Proceedings of the 1974 Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages, 247 pp. (Published at Simon Fraser University).
3. 1975: (As co-editor, with Isabel Sawyer, and contributor) Second Language Teaching 75, Part II of the Proceedings of the 1975 Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages, 300 pp. (Published at Simon Fraser University.)
4. 1982, 1986: Synthesis in (Second) Language Teaching: An Introduction to Languistics, Volume 1 of the Series in Languistics (latest printing doesn't have the word "Second" in the title), 693 pp. (Blaine, Washington: Second Language Publications).
5. 1985: An Integrated Theory of Language Teaching and Its Practical Consequences (Volume 2 of the Series in Languistics), xii + 245 pp. (Blaine, Washington: Second Language Publications). Japanese translation published in 1988; Arabic translation published in 1994.
6. 1989: French Immersion: Myths and Reality: A Better Classroom Road to Bilingualism, 164 pp. (Calgary, Alberta: Detselig Enterprises).
7. 1991: Fluency and Accuracy: Toward Balance in Language Teaching and Learning, viii + 208 pp. (Clevedon, Avon, England: Multilingual Matters).
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
1. 1990: "Advantages and Limitations of Visual Aids in Second Language Teaching," in James W. Brown and Anthony Mollica, eds., Essays in Applied Visual Semiotics, pp. 11-26. Monograph Series of the Toronto Semiotic Circle, No. 3. (Toronto, Ontario: Victoria College in the University of Toronto).
2. 1991: "Two Philosophies of Language Program and Language Testing Design," in Richard V. Teschner, ed., Assessing Foreign Language Proficiency in Undergraduates. Issues in Language Program Direction, Vol. 2, pp. 61-78. American Association of University Supervisors, Coordinators, and Directors of Foreign Language Programs. (Boston: Heinle & Heinle).
1. 1969-70: "And Then They Disbelieved Their Ears" [on the effect of conflicting graphic and auditory stimuli on pronunciation], first in Proceedings of the 1969 Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages (PNCFL¬69), pp. 205-209; then in Hispania, Vol. 53, No. 1 (March 1970), pp. 72-75.
2. 1970: "From Grammar-Translation to Direct to Audiolingual to What?" in PNCFL-70, pp. 312-320.
3. 1971: "Student Preference Between a Traditional and an Oral Approach to the Teaching of Spanish," Hispania, Vol. 54, No. 1 (March), pp. 100-102.
4. 1971: "More Comments on the Report of the 1969 AATSP Conference on the Undergraduate Spanish Major," Hispania, Vol. 54, No. 3 (September), pp. 477-479.
5. 1971: "Recent Methods and Trends in Second Language Teaching," The Modern Language Journal, Vol. LV, No. 8 (December), pp. 499-505.
6. 1972: "Linguistics and the Teaching of Second Language Pronun¬ciation," PNCFL-72, pp. 94-96.
7. 1973: "The Correction of Pronunciation Errors," The Modern Language Journal, Vol. LVII, No. 3 (March), pp. 106-110. Reprinted in the Modern English Journal (Japan).
8. 1973: "Teaching Pronunciation and Generative Phonology," Foreign Language Annals, Vol. 6, No. 4 (May), pp. 487-489.
9. 1973: "Report to the 1973 Pacific Northwest Conference on Foreign Languages on the 1972 Meeting of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages," PNCFL-73, pp. 64-76.
10. 1974: "Primary and Secondary Associations with Visual Aids as Semantic Conveyors," International Review of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XII, No. 2 (May), pp. 119-125.
11. 1974: "The Teaching of Oral Grammar," in Hector Hammerly, ed., Second Language Teaching 74 (PNCFL-74, Part II), pp. 172-193.
12 1974: "The Myth of Language Laboratory Monitoring," The Modern Language Journal, Vo!. LVIII, No. 7 (November), pp. 336-339. Reprinted in Modern Languages in Scotland: digested in The Education Digest.
13. 1975: "The Deduction/Induction Controversy," The Modern Language Journal, Vol. LIX, No. 1 (January-February), pp. 15-18.
14. 1975: "The Teaching of Second Language Vocabulary," in Hector Hammerly and Isabel Sawyer, eds., Second Language Teaching 75 (PNCFL-75, Part II), pp. 131-138.
15. 1976: "From Language Laboratory to Language Learning Room," National Association of Learning Laboratory Directors Journal, Winter, pp. 40-44. (By invitation.)
16. 1977: "The Teaching of Ser /Estar by a Cognitive Audiolingual Approach," Hispania, Vol. 60, No. 2 (May), pp. 305-308.
17. 1978 (~): "On 'Applied' Generative Phonology," The Modern Language Journal, Vol. LXII, Nos. 1-2 (January-February), Notes and News, pp. 38-39.
18. 1979: "Conveying Lexical Meanings in Second-Language Teaching," The Canadian Modern Language Review, Vol. 35, No. 4 (May), pp. 567¬580. Reprinted in Education 3050 Book of Readings (Memorial University of Newfoundland).
19. 1982: "Contrastive Phonology and Error Analysis," International Review of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XX, No. 1 (February), pp. 17-32.
20. 1983: "Teaching L1 and L2," Bulletin of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring), pp. 65-85. (Conference discussion paper written by invitation.)
21. 1983: "Theories, Dichotomies, and Synthesis in Second Language Teaching," in Robert Di Pietro, William Frawley, and Alfred Wedel, eds., The First Delaware Symposium on Language Studies. Selected Papers (Newark: University of Delaware Press), pp. 261-268. (Presented in 1979.)
22. 1984: "Contextualized Visual Aids (Filmstrips) As Conveyors of Sentence Meaning," International Review of Applied Linguistics, Vol. XXII, No. 2 (May), pp. 87-94.
23. 1984: (with Edward R. Colhoun) "Rational Multiple-Choice Cloze and Progress Testing," Hispania, Vol. 67, No. 3 (September), pp. 411-415.
24. 1986: (with Micheline Pellerin) "L'expression orale apres treize ans d'immersion française," The Canadian Modern Language Review, Vol. 42, pp. 592-606.
25. 1987: "Language, Languistics, and Languistic Technology: A Personal View," The Journal of Educational Techniques and Technologies, Vol. 20, No. 2 (Premiere), pp. 2-10. (By invitation.)
26. 1987: "The Immersion Approach: Litmus Test of Second Language Acquisition Through Classroom Communication," The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 71, No. 4 (Winter), pp. 395-401.
27. 1989: "French Immersion (Does It Work?) and the Development of Bilingual Proficiency Report," The Canadian Modern Language Review, Vol. 45, No. 3 (March 1989), pp. 567-578. Reprinted in Sally Rehorick and Viviane Edwards, eds., French Immersion: Process. Product and Perspectives (Welland, Ontario: The Canadian Modern Language Review, 1992).
28. 1989: "Toward Fluency and Accuracy: A Response to Allen, Cummins, Harley, Lapkin and Swain," The Canadian Modern Language Review. Vol. 45, No. 4 (May), pp. 776-783. Reprinted in Sally Rehorick and Viviane Edwards, eds., French Immersion: Process. Product and Perspectives (Welland, Ontario: The Canadian Modern Language Review).
29. 1990: "To the Editor," in MLJ Readers' Forum, The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 74, No. 1 (Spring), pp. 66-69.
30. 1990: "Research: From Literary to Languistic," in "A Special Forum," Polylingua: A College Journal of Foreign Languages. Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring), pp. 19-21. (By invitation.)
31. 1990: "Toward a Broader Definition of Languistics," Polylingua: A College Journal of Foreign Languages, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Summer), pp. 91-¬101. (By invitation.)
32. 1992: "The Need for Directed Language Learning in the FL Classroom: A Response to Collier," Studies in Second Language Acquisition, Vol. 14, pp. 215-216.
33. 1994: "A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words and A Word is Worth 1,000 Pictures," Mosaic, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 14-17. (By invitation.)
PROFESSIONAL LECTURES AND UNPUBLISHED PAPERS
1. "Two Approaches to Education," at SFU, November 1973.
2. "Time, Place, Action, and the University," at SFU, February 1974.
3. "Immersion Programs and Their Implications for Second Language Acquisition/Learning Theory," at the Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Minneapolis, December 1983.
4. "Centrifugal and Centripetal Approaches to Second Language Learning," at the Annual Calgary Teachers' Convention, Calgary, Alberta, February 1984 (by invitation).
5. “Pictorial Aids to ESL/EFL Pronunciation: What They Are and How to Use Them," workshop at the 18th Annual Convention of TESOL, Houston, March 1984.
6. "The Two-Cone Model of Second Language Teaching/Learning: Some Further Thoughts," paper at the same (18th) Annual Convention of TESOL, March 1984.
7. "New Methodology and New Technology in Language Teaching," at the Annual Meeting of the B.C. Standing Committee on Language Articulation, Burnaby, B.C., October 1985 (by invitation).
8. "French Immersion: The Untold Story," as part of a panel discussion at the Annual Meeting of the B.C. French Coordinators Association, Vernon, B.C., November 1986 (by invitation).
9. "Laboratories and Communication," at the Annual International Symposium of the Computer Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO) in Monterey, California, April 7, 1987 (by invitation).
10. "Second Language Acquisition through Classroom Communication (SLACC): Why It Doesn't Work and Where to Go from Here," at the Annual Meeting of the California Foreign Language Teachers Association in Los Angeles, California, April 26, 1987 (by invitation).
11. "Fostering Accuracy and Fluency," at the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of French in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on July 4, 1991.
12. "'Remote' and 'Local' English as a Second Language: Implications of the Differences," at the 26th Annual Convention of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages in Vancouver, British Columbia, in March 1992.
13. "Completive, Systematic, Sequential Teaching and Learning vs. 'Natural,' Gradual, Global, Unguided Acquisition," at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics in Vancouver, British Columbia, in May 1994.
ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS
Supervisor of teaching assistants in multisection Spanish language courses, on and off from 1965 to 1985.
Member of numerous committees and chairman of several, notably those on Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics (1969-76), on M. A.-Teaching of French (1983-85), and on English as a Second Language (1991-94).
Director of, or main speaker at, several workshops for language teachers. Active in the Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages 1969-1976. (Member of the Executive Committee, 1970-76; Editor of Part II of the Proceedings, 1974 and 1975; Conference Chairman, 1975; and Editorial Director, 1975-76).
Editorial consultant for The Modern Language Journal (1971-75, under the editorship of Charles L. King, and from 1988, occasional manuscript reader under the editorship of David P. Benseler).
Since 1989, member of the Reading Committee of the Bulletin
(now Journal) of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics.
Active in the American Association of Teachers of French, 1988-93 (Member of the Linguistics Subcommittee of the Commission on Professional Standards, 1988-93; Member of the Cultural Competence Committee, 1991-93; Member of the Language Proficiency Committee, 1991-93).
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE COMMUNITY
Participant in several committees on language teaching (by invitation).
Interviewee on the issue of French immersion programs, in the media: in print, on radio and television, including two interviews on national television.
Active church member. Nominated and active as Church Elder in the mid 1980s; a weekly Bible class teacher for many years, until March 2004.