POSSIBLE ELANG 223 PROJECT IDEAS
Your paper will be due towards the end of the semester; check the syllabus. Following are the requirements.
Your written project report should include the following heading sections:
Why you are intereste
January 14, 2016
a. This is an example of overgeneralization. Children recognize that certain forms of a word indicate a
new meaning to it. -Ed indicates past tense on many words. I suspect the grillion comes from a child
Chapter 4 Morphology HOMEWORK
Print out this sheet and then fill in the homework information that is asked for. (Based on
Exercises 4.1, 4.2 on p.123.)
4.1 Inflectional vs. Derivational Endings
Indicate in the blank following ea
interprets language in terms of
the concepts, sometimes
universal, sometimes specific to
a particular tongue, which
underlie its forms.
considers grammar to be a
system of rules that is in
February 16, 2016
a. disappointed. Adjective. It is modified by the degree word.
Father. It is the main verb of the second clause. It is not auxiliary because it requires the insertion to be
b. Father. It is a noun. I
Syntax: Words Homework
1. List 2 countable and 2 uncountable nouns. Give a sentence showing how to test them.
(think of using much, many, a few, little, the, a, some etc. with the nouns)
2. Provide example
Chapter 3 HOMEWORK
Part 1: Based on 3.1#3, p. 92-93. Using the IPA, transcribe the words in the following lists as you would say them. There may be
variation between you and your classmates, but be careful to use the schwa / when the vow
February 2, 2016
I know theres a proper way to break these down, but I couldnt quite get it from the book so this is the
best I have for now. I will work on it some more.
Introduction and Thesis Statement
Professionals in the medical field create distance between themselves and their patients by using articles
in place of possessive pronouns to refer to the human body in order to avoid negative face.
Lexical Analysis I
It is clear that speakers of a language have intuitions about what constitutes a word of the
language they speak, even if there is no written tradition for that language. So what does
that intuition rest on? Phonet
In this unit, well look at the structure of phrases and sentences as well as at the
morphology that is dependent on phrase and sentence structure.
Parts of Speech
Every word in a language belongs to a part of speech.
Phonetics is the study of the production and perception of speech sounds. Phonetics is
concerned with how speech sounds are produced (articulatory phonetics) and with the
physical properties of speech sound waves (aco
Semantics is the study of meaning in human language.
the nature of meaning
properties of the conceptual system underlying meaning
the contribution of syntactic structure to the interpretation of sentenc
Shifting Categories: An Exemplar-based Computational Model of Chain Shifts
Marc Ettlinger ([email protected])
Department of Linguistics, 1203 Dwinelle Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720 USA
vacated by the movement of another (Hock and Joseph,
1996) [emphasis added]
Exercise 2.4 Sound change — Proto-Slavic to Russian
What sound changes that have taken place in Russian since Proto—Slavic
times are illustrated in the following data? Write rules to account for the
palatalization of consonants, the change in the stem vow
What 3 sound changes have occurred between Proto Germanic and Old English? In
what context did they occur?
A number of examples from Shakespeare’s plays, written in the Early
Modern English period, are presented here which illustrate differences
from how the same thing would be said today. Think about each example
and attempt to state what changes
Lee, Mo Yee., Uken, Adrian., and Sebold, John. Role of Self-Determined Goals in Predicting Recidivism in Domestic Violence Offenders. Research on Social Work Practice. 2007. (17) pp. 30-41. -agreeing to and making specific goals increases confidence to wo
Online TESOL Resources for Ling 377 Students
http:/www.eslgold.com/ (Free English teaching and learning resources) http:/www.eslcafe.com/ - (Daves ESL Cafe) http:/www.tesol.net/tesl.html (The Linguistic Funland: TESOL) http:/www.elc.byu.edu/ (
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by Iva Crookston 3/23/11
You are standing in front of a big and exciting challenge to be a teacher!
1. Please name a couple of things you are very excited about in terms of your future teaching assignment and
Basic Training and Resources fortoTeachingstyle Click edit Master subtitle English to Speakers of Other
Lynn Henrichsen Brigham Young University Ling 377 2010
A true story
Someone knocking on my office door
Going to teach English in _?
Unacceptable (no grade recorded) - student demonstrates a level of thought which provides comments, descriptions, summaries or statements so broad and/or so generic as to make it impossible to identify the origin of the subject matter
International Development Internship Prep Course IAS 369R, Section 004-010 Winter Semester 2011
Week # Date Group Week One Jan 10 TOGETHER
Mondays, 5:00 5:50 pm ISP Instructor: Malcolm Botto
Assignments and Possible Readings Due at Beginning o
BTR-TESOL Unit 1A
Lynn Henrichsen, 2010
Only the Beginning
Congratulations on accepting an assignment to teach English as a second or foreign language! You are embarking on a great adventure. Being prepared for that adventure will allow you to better ass
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