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Productivity is a general term in linguistics referring to the limitless ability to use language —any natural language —to say new things. It is also known as open-endedness or creativity.
We will emphasise topics needed in the further study of this discipline by means of reading assignments, task sheets, workshops and in-class discussion sessions. The course is organised thematically with six parts divided into twenty topics.
During this course, you will be required to complete a total of 54 learning activities. There will be a student introductory assignment, eleven reading assignments, a idterm exam, a final exam, a research paper, two class presentations, and a participation grade. This course introduces and examines the basic concepts of language and linguistics.
This course will be of particular interest to you if you are just starting your studies in linguistics. There are two main goals of this course: 1 to help you understand human language and the roots of modern linguistics; and 2 to help you develop the competence to formulate and carry out a research assignment, relevant for the area, with a high degree of independence and in a critical evaluating way.
Other aims of this course are: - To lead you to examine your own linguistic beliefs and attitudes and their application to practice. PART V. PART I. Attendance and Participation Policy Class attendance and participation are essential as most class periods will be spent in discussion of the assigned readings rather than in detailed lecture-type presentations of the readings.
Students are expected to attend all classes, to arrive on time, to remain in class for the entire sessions, to come prepare, and to participate in class discussions. If you have trouble with a concept, it is likely that other students are as well, so take advantage of class time to discuss those topics that you feel need clarification and discussion. This will ensure the exchange of ideas and the clarification of puzzling questions.
If for some reason you find it necessary to arrive late, you will be responsible for all information, including announcements or changes to the syllabus made during your absence. If you are absent for the entire class session, you are also responsible for all assignments and other announcements made during the class meeting.
Finally, if you come to class without having prepared your assigned reading for that day, you will not be allowed to participate in that session, and you will be given a failing grade. Course Requirements Reading assignments, task sheets and workshops handouts will be posted in.
They will be made available after being distributed in discussion sessions. If, for any reason, you miss a class, you are expected to download and prepare materials before you come to the next class session.
Assigned readings This course requires a considerable amount of reading. Some of the material presented will be relatively complex and may require careful study to be properly understood. You should, therefore, allow yourself enough time to read the material before you come to class.
Doing the reading is indispensable for your understanding and your participation in class. You are expected to read each assigned reading at least twice and do the pre-reading and post-reading in order to participate in class discussions. So, do not leave it for the day or evening before an assigned reading is due. In class we will attempt to pull together strands of the readings to show what fundamental issues and positions are represented and help you see the big picture.
You must be ready to discuss each assigned reading in class. Your reading assignments and discussion sessions grade will be based on both quality and effort. The following list of course materials will allow you to review the course content as covered in class during the academic year. The files of this guide are organized by subject from easier to more difficult and from general to particular to help virtual learners understand the material and apply it to real life situations.
In order to maximize learning, and in particular for beginners, it is highly recommended to follow the suggested order. The link below comprises the course materials you are required to cover for both the theory and the practical sessions. In total, you are required to complete the following 54 learning activities: course syllabus, student introductory assignment, 11 reading assignments, 22 task sheets, 12 workshops, 6 lecture notes, and 1 research paper guide.
If you are just starting your studies in linguistics, I strongly recommend you to follow the order suggested in the Course Study Guide. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. Please be aware that Web addresses may change from time to time. London: Macmillan Press. Research paper. You will write a research paper around 1, words, typed, doubled-spaced, 12 point type , due at the beginning of week 14 Semester II. The main purpose of the paper will be to find out whether you understood the course material well enough to see the relationship among the data and to create some synthesis in your own mind, rather than to just regurgitate a more or less random collection of ideas.
Keep in mind that this is to be an analytical paper, not simply a summary of your reading. No late papers will be accepted without proper medical justification. Further instruction about the paper will be given later in the semester consult Research Paper Guide. Class presentations. Each student will do an oral presentation in two topics maximum 15 minutes per student for the Oral Presentations.
Further instruction about the presentations will be given in: Workshop II — Preparing an oral presentation. Class participation. Class participation involves regular attendance and active participation in group, pairs and classroom discussions.
I will rely on you to evaluate your own participation as part of the final, but reserve the right to assign a grade if I feel that your self-assessment is inaccurate.
Participation is entirely optional and is not required for you to pass this course. If you are interested in participating, please let me know before week 4. The forum is to help promote student-to-student discussion; so I will not respond to each posting but will only moderate the discussion if necessary.
Those three postings MUST be placed on three different days! Although the tone of your discussion postings can be informal, I will expect them to be on a professional level. Since the purpose of special extra-credit is only to help you improve your final grade, no extra credit will be allowed until the regular work is done and you have passed the course.
If you feel that I have graded anything incorrectly or improperly, please contact me outside of class, preferably during my office hours. I will be happy to address your concerns] Late Policy. Late work will not be accepted unless prior arrangements are made with me and you provide a written excuse.
Absences due to illness or other reasons. Health and compassionate concerns must be documented and notified within one week of having missed the class. Honesty policy.
The penalties are severe! Explanation of assignments Student Introductory Assignment. The Student Introductory Assignment SIA consists of introducing yourself to me by letting me know your unique needs and expectations for this course.
It is designed to let me know you are in class and facilitate interaction. It is due in the first class session of week 3. Even though this assignment is not graded, you must complete it and hand it in to me on time. Final examination. The final will be cumulative for the entire course. Dates: November 12, - May 25, - September 10, Robert Fradkin University of Maryland A paper prepared by The Linguistic Society of America An introduction to sign language prepared by The Linguistic Society of America OpenCourseWare UA.
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We will emphasise topics needed in the further study of this discipline by means of reading assignments, task sheets, workshops and in-class discussion sessions. The course is organised thematically with six parts divided into twenty topics. During this course, you will be required to complete a total of 54 learning activities. There will be a student introductory assignment, eleven reading assignments, a idterm exam, a final exam, a research paper, two class presentations, and a participation grade. This course introduces and examines the basic concepts of language and linguistics. This course will be of particular interest to you if you are just starting your studies in linguistics. There are two main goals of this course: 1 to help you understand human language and the roots of modern linguistics; and 2 to help you develop the competence to formulate and carry out a research assignment, relevant for the area, with a high degree of independence and in a critical evaluating way.
National Library of Australia. Search the catalogue for collection items held by the National Library of Australia. Finch, Geoffrey. Key concepts in language and linguistics. Request this item to view in the Library's reading rooms using your library card. To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video.
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Вы сейчас же отпустите мисс Флетчер, или я вызову службу безопасности и засажу вас в тюрьму до конца ваших дней. - Вы этого не сделаете, - как ни в чем не бывало сказал Хейл. - Вызов агентов безопасности разрушит все ваши планы. Я им все расскажу. - Хейл выдержал паузу. - Выпустите меня, и я слова не скажу про Цифровую крепость. - Так не пойдет! - рявкнул Стратмор, - Мне нужен ключ.
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