2 Introduction to how to Study

2 Introduction to how to Study - SYLLABUS Year 2006 Course...

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SYLLABUS Year. 2006 Course No. 21003 Course Title INTRODUCTION TO HOW TO STUDY Course Classification Elective Cultural studies Credit 3.0 Grade 100 Professor Ju Hong Park Course Description The goal of linguistics is to make generalizations about how natural language works and to apply these generalizations to the study of cognition (cognitive science), the study of the brain (psychology), and the study of artificial intelligence (computer science). Course Goals The goal of this class is to expose you to some of the ways in which languages are different and similar, and to the lessons these similarities and differences can teach us. Course Procedures An Introduction to Language by Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman and Nina Hyams. I will be using the most recent edition, the EIGHTH EDITION. If you choose to use an earlier edition, you are responsible for translating the reading assignments I give to your particular edition. An alternative to buying the textbook is using the copies on course reserve in the library.
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