SIL authors contribute to the education of students in the fields of Linguistics, Translation, Cultural Studies, and Literacy with a wide list of works used in educational programs.

Barnwell, Katharine

A manual for those who are preparing to translate the Bible into their own mother tongue. It can be used as a textbook for formal courses or for training individuals.

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Dooley, Robert A. and Stephen H. Levinsohn

A practical introduction to discourse analysis for linguistic field workers addressing issues commonly confronted by field linguists.

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Levinsohn, Stephen H

Discusses discourse features of Koine Greek from the perspective of descriptive linguistics.

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McKinney, Carol V

Provides guidance in the practical aspects of fieldwork and gives suggestions for collecting both qualitative and quantitative cultural data.

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Waters, Glenys

Details how to plan and carry out a community literacy project, including tackling the additional barriers of language, culture and logistics in developing countries… a "must" for the pioneering literacy worker.

Larson, Mildred L

Textbook designed to show the difference between the structure of meaning and the various ways languages have to code meaning and to show how this affects the translation process.

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Bickford, J. Albert

A textbook and practical guide for acquiring skills necessary to analyze the morphology and syntax of languages around the world.

Larson, Mildred L., Ellis W. Deibler and Marjorie Crofts

A companion manual to be used along with " Meaning-Based Translation" which provides biblical drill material for the content taught in the same chapter of the textbook.

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Edmondson, Jerold A. and Donald A. Burquest

A textbook that presents a sample of the more popular approaches to linguistic theorizing.

Callow, Kathleen

Describes how a linguist can examine a text to describe its structure, definition, and function.