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Course Overview; Review in preparation for the 4inal exam LIN203 – Lecture 11
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Summary Course Overview Learning Outcomes for the course Topics and Learning Outcomes for each chapter [email protected] Final Exam What are you being tested on? What studying strategies can you develop? [email protected] Reading Skills [email protected] on [email protected] and examples
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Learning Outcomes [email protected] the structure and different components of English words and explain how words of different geographical and historic origins follow different rules of [email protected] explain the history of the English language and how it relates to the [email protected] of English words. describe and explain how words may have different meanings, nuances and usage in different parts of the English-speaking world.
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Learning Outcomes transcribe speech sounds with the [email protected] [email protected] Alphabet (IPA) and explain the [email protected] between sound and spelling. explain the correspondence between sound, spelling and meaning, and use correct terminology to explain [email protected] related to the [email protected], morphology, phonology and [email protected] of English words. improve the breadth of your knowledge about English vocabulary as well as the precision in which you are able to verbally express yourself in the English language
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Learning Outcomes consolidate your knowledge about English vocabulary through group work and discussion, and working together in student-led learning tasks in a group seUng. acquire transferable learning skills by [email protected] [email protected]@ng in [email protected] [email protected] with your instructors, TAs and fellow students.
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Summary and Learning Outcomes of each Lecture
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Lecture 1: The wealth of English The Wealth of English Size of the English vocabulary Words with similar meanings [email protected] vs. borrowed words The history hidden in words Word Elements
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Lecture 1: The wealth of English Learning Outcomes: 1. explain how words of different origin that express similar ideas are appropriately used in different contexts 2. describe the processes through which both [email protected] and borrowed words come to coexist 3. explain the difference between “[email protected] and “[email protected] 4. outline the history of word borrowing from [email protected] and Greek and explain how these borrowed words evolve in terms of their spelling and [email protected]
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i>clicker question… 1. What is the main theme of chapter/ lecture 1? a. the size of the English vocabulary b. the meaning of English words c. diversity of English words and their origins d. the origin of the English language
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Lecture 2: The history of English and sources of English vocabulary Origin of languages The “genealogy” of English History of English and Sources of English Vocabulary Germanic (before ca. 450) Prehistoric English (ca. 450-700) Old English (700-1100) Middle English (1100-1500) Modern English (1500-present)
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Lecture 2: The history of English and sources of English vocabulary Learning Outcomes: 1. describe the origin of languages and how
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