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INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS

Prof. Yun-Pi Yuan & Prof. Thomas Nash

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<Last update on April 24, 2000>
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Syllabus
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1. @10/01 @ Introduction (Nash 1, Yule 3)@
2. @10/08 @ Introduction
3. @10/15 @ Psycholinguistics (Nash 2, Yule 16) [Ex1, preliminary reports due]
4. @10/22 @ Psycholinguistics@
5. @10/29 @ Psycholinguistics [Ex2]@
6. @11/05 @ Psycholinguistics/Review
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7. @11/26 @ Sociolinguistics (Nash 3, Yule 20 & 21)@
8. @12/03 @ Sociolinguistics@
9. @12/10 @ Sociolinguistics [Reports]
10. @12/17 @ Sociolinguistics/Phonetics & Phonology [Ex3]
11. @12/24 @ Phonetics and Phonology (Nash 4, Yule 5 & 6)
12. @12/31 @ Phonetics and Phonology
13. @01/07 @ Phonetics and Phonology [Ex4]
14. @01/14 @ Phonetics and Phonology/Review/Evaluation@
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Midterm exam 25%@
Final exam 25%
Report (in pairs) 30%
Exercises 15%
Question of the Week@ 5%
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Nash, Thomas. Discovering Language: An Introduction to Linguistics for Chinese Students.@ Taipei: The Crane, 1986.
Yule, George. The Study of Language (2nd ed.). Cambridge: CUP, 1996.
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Recommended reading
@@Crystal, David. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language. Cambridge: CUP, 1987.
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