In this section, you will find
- tips and matrices on how to code the data elicited by means of the Sociolinguistic Questionnaire
- a guide on how to calculate compound factors from the sociolinguistic data, as proposed by Schmid & Dusseldorp 2010
- tips and matrices on how to code the data elicited with the C-test
two coding manuals from our project investigating first language attrition and second language acquisition among German Jews in Anglophone countries. The documents describe how to transcribe free speech according to the CHILDES/CHAT conventions, and how to code and annotate syntactic complexity in German and English data.