Ling1F10_syllabus - Linguistics 1 Introduction to the Study...

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Linguistics 1 Introduction to the Study of language Class: TR 9:30 – 10:45, Haines 39 Instructor: Shabnam Shademan O f ce: 3103G Campbell Hall O f ce hours: T 1 1 - 1 2 , R 1 2 : 3 0 - 1 : 3 0 Email: [email protected] TAs: Laura Kalin ([email protected]) L a u r a M c P h e r s o n ( l a u r a . e m c p h e r s o n @ g m a i l . c o m ) Laura Amador ([email protected]) Jenn Fischer ([email protected]) Mattyas Huggard ([email protected]) M a i - H a n N g u y e n ( m a i h a n @ u c l a . e d u ) Youngsoon So ([email protected]) TA O f ce: 2209 Campbell Hall (unless otherwise noted) O f ce hours: Laura Amador - T 11:30-1:30 Jennifer Fischer - T 12-2 (Campbell 2125C) Mattyas Huggard - MW 12:15-1:15 L a u r a K a l i n - T 1 - 2 , W 1 2 - 1 L a u r a M c P h e r s o n - W 1 1 - 1 2 , 3 - 4 M a i - h a n N g u y e n - R 2 - 3 , F 1 2 - 1 Youngsoon So - T 11-1 Required Text: Fromkin, V., Rodman, R., and Hyams, N. An Introduction to Language, 9 th edition: ThomsonWadsworth. Course description: This course is an introductory survey of the central areas of linguistics: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantic, psycholinguistics. We will discuss what it means for a person to know a language, how that knowledge is acquired, how that knowledge might change in the course of history, and what is universal about all languages. The goal is to introduce you various facets of language as a human faculty.
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Course website: There is a website for this class that can be accessed through: http:// Copies of power point slides for each week’s lectures will be posted to the website by Monday afternoon. You are advised to print out copies of the slides (choose the handout option to print several to a page) and bring them to class with you. Discussion Sections: You are required to enroll and attend one weekly discussion section. All assignments are collected, returned and discussed in your section. Sections are largely devoted to reviewing homework assignments and preparing you for exams and your paper. You must attend sections regularly.
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Ling1F10_syllabus - Linguistics 1 Introduction to the Study...

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