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Ghadessy Ed. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. The discourses of secondary school mathematics. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Murdoch University, Perth.

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    Ghadessy Ed. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. The discourses of secondary school mathematics. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Murdoch University, Perth. Towards a systemic functional analysis of multi-semiotic mathematics texts. Classroom discourse in mathematics: Multi-semiotic analysis. Linguistics and Education, 10 3 , Mathematical discourse: Language, symbolism and visual images. Systemic functional multimodal discourse analysis SFMDA approach to mathematics, grammar and literacy. McCabe, M. Whittaker Eds. Systemic functional-multimodal discourse analysis SFMDA : Constructing ideational meaning using language and visual imagery.

    Scientific Discourse

    Visual Communication, 7 4 , Onn, H. Chemistry expression: An inquiry Approach. Oversby, J. The development of chemical symbols and syntax as a means of communication about chemical change. Working paper in progress.