Teaching plans and talks for showcasing the impact of this research

Teaching Plans

We have created sample teaching plans to help teachers introduce the concept of case and discuss language variation:

In these resources, reconstructed historical forms have been presented in a slightly simplified manner to make them more accessible.  If you would like to explore comparative reconstruction further, the following sources may be useful:

Clackson, James. 2007 Indo-European Linguistics: An introduction, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clackson, James, & Geoffrey Horrocks. 2007. The Blackwell History of the Latin Language, Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Penny, Ralph. 1991. A History of the Spanish Language, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ringe, Don. 2017. From Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Germanic, 2nd edn, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ringe, Don & Ann Taylor. 2014. The Development of Old English, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sihler, Andrew. 1995. New Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin, New York: Oxford University Press.

For more information on case, a useful starting point may be:

Spencer, Andrew & Andrej Malchukov. 2009. The Oxford Handbook of Case, Oxford: Oxford University Press.