The following is a list of Systemic publications useful for teachers. If you see a reference that would not be easily digestible by teachers, let me know (Judith Diamondstone, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Butt, David, Rhondda Fahey, Sue Spinks, and Colin Yallop. 1996. Using Functional Grammar: An Explorer's Guide. Sydney, NSW, Australia: National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, Macquarie University.
(One can order this book via WWW: URL: http//www.nceltr.mq.edu.au (This address contains a list of NCELTR's distributors) email: Marika.Martinez@mq.edu.au)
Downing, Angela and Philip Locke. 1992. A University Course in English Grammar. New York: Prentice Hall. 1994.
Eggins, Suzanne 1994 An Introduction to Systemic Functional Linguistics. Frances Pinter, London.
Gerot, Linda and Peter Wignell. 1994. Making Sense of Functional Grammar: The introductory workbook for every teacher. (Making Sense of Language Series, 1). Cammeray, N.S.W., Aus.: AEE.
Halliday, M.A.K. 1994 Introduction to Functional Grammar. Second Addition. London: Edward Arnold.
Locke, Graham 1996 Functional English grammar: an introduction for second language teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge UP (Cambridge Language Education).
Martin James R., C. M. I. M. Matthiessen and C. Painter. 1996. Deploying Functional Grammar: a workbook for Halliday's Introduction to Functional Grammar. London: Edward Arnold.
Thompson, Geoff 1996 Introducing Functional Grammar. Arnold.
Christie F., B. Devlin, P. Freebody, A. Luke, J. R. Martin, T. Threadgold and C. Walton 1991 Teaching Critical Social Literacy: a project of national significance on the preservice preparation of teachers for teaching English literacy. Canberra, DEET.
Coffin, C., Brook, R. and Humphrey, S. 1996. Australian
Identity. Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW
Department of School Education.
Cope, Bill and Mary Kalantzis (eds.) 1993. The Powers of literacy: a genre approach to teaching writing. Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh Press.
Couture, Barbara. 1985. Functional Approaches to Writing: Research Perspectives. London: Francis Pinter.
Derewianka, Beverly. 1990. Exploring How Texts Work. Rozelle, N.S.W.: Primary English Teaching Association.
Hammond, Jennifer, A. Burns, H. Joyce, D. Brosnan and L. Gerot. 1995. English for social purposes: A handbook for teachers of adult literacy. Sydney, Aus.: National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research, Macquarie University.
Humphrey, S. and Sikes, D. 1996. Australia Place and Space Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Department of School Education.
Working with Genre (Papers from the 1989 LERN Conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 25-26 November 1989). 1991 Sydney: Common Ground
Working with Genre II: Literacy across the curriculum (Papers from the 1991 LERN Conference, University of Technology, Sydney, 23-24 November 1991). 1992 Sydney: Common Ground.
Martin, James R. 1985. Factual Writing: exploring and challenging social reality. Geelong, Victoria, Aus.: Deakin University Press (Sociocultural Aspects of Language and Education). 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
McCarthy, Michael. 1991. Discourse analysis for language teachers. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press.
McCarthy, Michael and R. Carter. 1994. Language as Discourse: Perspectives for Language Teaching. London and New York: Longman.
Melrose, Robin. 1991. The communicative syllabus: a systemic-functional approach to language teaching. London; New York: Frances Pinter.
Painter, Clare and J. R. Martin (eds.) 1986. Writing to Mean: Teaching Genres across the Curriculum. (Papers and Workshop Reports from the Writing to Mean Conference, University of Sydney, May 1985.) Bundoora, Vic.: Applied Linguistics Association of Australia.
Rothery, J. 1994. Exploring Literacy in School English Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Department of School Education. Williams, G., 1994. Using Systemic Grammar in Teaching Young Learners: An Introduction. Victoria Australia: Print Synergy. London: Macmillan.
Halliday, M.A.K. & James R. Martin 1993 Writing Science: literacy and discursive power. London: Falmer (Critical perspectives on literacy and education) & Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. (Pittsburgh Series in Composition, Literacy, and Culture.
Lemke, Jay 1990 Talking Science: Language, Learning, and Values. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Martin, J. R., and R. Veel. 1997. Reading Science: critical and functional perspectives on discourses of science. London: Routledge.
Humphrey, S. and Takans, P. 1996. Explaining the Weather Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Department of School Education.
Coffin, C. 1996. Exploring Literacy in School History. Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Department of School Education.
Humphrey, S. 1996. Exploring Literacy in School Geography, Sydney: Metropolitan East Disadvantaged Schools Program, NSW Department of School Education.
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