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3 p 3742 and 4647 the sound of words phonology 221

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Unformatted text preview: 1 ­126, 143 ­146 Optional: The Language Instinct, Ch. 5 Week 3 The Structure of Words: Morphology (cont.ed) 1/31 Reading "Morphology: The Study of Word Structure. ODA. Chapter 4, pp. 111 ­126, 143 ­146 Optional The Language Instinct, Ch. 5 Week 4 2/5 Film: Colorless Green Ideas First Assignment due at 11 a.m. 2/7 Week 5 Exam Review 2/12 First Exam 2/14 The Sound of Words: Phonology The Sound of Words: Phonology 2/19 Week 6 2/26 2/28 3/ 5 Week 8 Ch. 3 p. 37 ­42 and 46 ­47. The Sound of Words: Phonology 2/21 Week 7 Reading: RL Ch2 p.13 ­24 and 3/7 Reading: RL Ch2 p.13 ­24 and Ch. 3 p. 37 ­42 and 46 ­47. Exam Review Second Assignment due at 11 a.m. Guest Lecture: Phonetics. Second Exam The Meaning of Words: Semantic competence and semantic relations The Meaning of Words: Truth & Meaning: Propositional Logic 3/12 Reading: Propositional_Logic_1 ­4.pdf (form L.T.F. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 2, pp. 28 ­35.) Week 9 The Meaning of Words: Propositional Logic and Truth Functions 3/14 Week 10 Reading: Propositional_Logic_1 ­4.pdf (form L.T.F. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 2, pp. 28 ­35.) 3/19 Spring Break 3/21 The Meaning of Words: Quantifiers 3/26 Reading: Fromkin et al. (Ch7 pp.371 ­379) Week 11 3/28 The Meaning of Words Entailments, Quantifiers and Set Theory Reading: Fromkin et al. (Ch7 pp.371 ­379) The Meaning of Words 4/2 Week 12 4/4 4/9 Week 13 4/11 4/16 Week 14 4/18 4/23 Week 15 Entailments, Quantifiers and Set Theory Reading: Fromkin et al. (Ch7 pp.371 ­379) Exam Review Third Assignment due at 11 a.m. Third Exam Meaning and Use: Pragmatics Reading: Grice 1975. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 6, pp. 195 ­212 Meaning and Use: Pragmatics Reading: Grice 1975. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 6, pp. 195 ­212 Meaning and Use: Pragmatics Reading: Grice 1975. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 6, pp. 195 ­212 Meaning and Use: Pragmatics Reading: Grice 1975. Gamut. 1991. Chapter 6, pp. 195 ­212 Fourth Assignment due at 11 a.m. 4/25 Week 16 Psycholinguistics. Guest Lecture: Prof. Elsi Kaiser. 4/30 Language and Society. 5/2 Exam Review FINAL EXAM: May 14 at 11 a.m. (same room) References: Chomsky, N. and G. A. Miller, 1963. Introduction to the Formal Analysis of Natural Languages. In: R. Duncan Luce, R. R. Bush and E. Galanter (eds.), Handbook of Mathematical Psychology, Vol. II, 269 ­321, New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Fromkin, V. (Editor), Bruce Hayes (Author), Susan Curtiss (Author), Anna Szabolcsi (Author), Tim Stowell (Author), Edward Stabler (Author), Dominique Sportiche (Author), Hilda Koopman (Author), Patricia Keating (Author), Pamela Munro (Author), Nina Hyams (Author), Donca Steriade (Author). 2000. Linguistics: An Introduction to Linguistic Theory. Blackwell Publishers Inc. Malden, MA. Gamut, L.T.F. 1991. Logic Language and Meaning. Volume 1: Introduction to Logic. The University of Chicago Press. Grice, P. Paul Grice. 1975. Language and Conversation. In Syntax and Semantics 3. New York Academic Press. Justice, P.W. Relevant Linguistics. An Introduction to the Structure and Use of English for Teachers. CSLI Publications. Stanford, CA. (RL) O’Grady, W., M., Dobrovolsky and M. Aronoff. Contemporary Linguistics: An Introduction. 2nd edition, New York: St. Martin’s Press. (ODA) Pinker, S., 1994. The Language Instinct. New York: Harper Perennial (Harper Collins)....
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