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COMD 2050  Section 001 Spring 2008 Time and Place: MWF 11:40am - 12:30 pm, 5 LOCKETT Instructor: Darcey Browning Email:  [email protected] Phone: 225-578-8838 Office: 74 Hatcher Hall Office hours: by appointment Required Text: Yule, G. (2006). The Study of Language (3 rd  Ed.).  Cambridge; Cambridge University Press.  ISBN: 0-521-54320-7 Course Goals and Objectives:  The student will attain an understanding of language processes  and be able to objectively look at language in an unbiased,  analytical manner. The student will learn the structures of both words and  sentences. The student will discover the different roles of language. The student will be able to understand how the brain affects  one’s speech and an understanding of various neurological  disorders that can affect language. The student will understand the basic knowledge on how  humans first acquire language skills, and how others learn  second languages.  COMD 2050 [Type your address]    [Type your phone number]    [Type your e-mail address]  Introduction to Language    005 Lockett    11:40-12:30 MWF 
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[Pick the date] The student will view other languages and cultures in an  unbiased manner. Course Requirements: Regular attendance Reading text prior to class Quizzes and short assignments 3 Tests Final Exam Attendance Policy Regular attendance is expected and will help your final grade. I will not be taking  attendance, but I’ll remind you that the unannounced quizzes and assignments will be  worth 8 % of your final grade. Also, I will not give out my lecture notes for excused or  unexcused absences, so borrow a classmate’s copy. Semester Book   This course will heavily utilize Semester Book provided by Louisiana State University  Information Technology Services.  You can logon via your PAWS account and click on  the ‘SB COMD 2050 – 002’ link found under ‘Student Services.’  If you are unfamiliar  with Semester Book or experience any difficulty with use during the semester, I  encourage you to check out ITS’s website: http://appl007.lsu.edu/elearning.nsf/$Content/ Semester+Book+for+Students?OpenDocument,  or schedule a time to speak with me. Readings Everyone should read the assigned chapter or chapters before the class that they are  assigned.  It is important that students be familiar with the material as well as the  questions that follow the chapter.   Additional readings
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