Course ObjectiveThe goal of a tutorial is to discuss a specific research question or
thesis. Depending on the topic a tutorial can take one of many forms,
ranging from a set of instructions to complete a task, to interactive
sessions in which specific research topics are discussed, to reshaping a
model of analysis in order to make it useful for a specific linguistic
corpus or a specific research area, etcetera.
Course ContentThe way that the tutorial takes shape, is up to both the lecturer and
the student. Together they will discuss the best way to deal with the
specific research question. At the end of the tutorial, the student
usually writes a paper on the specific research topic, including a
description of the way that the tutorial was given shape.
Teaching MethodsInteractive meetings with lecturer. Lecturer and student will decide on
the frequency and form of the meetings.
Method of AssessmentDepends on decisions made by lecturer and student.
Entry RequirementsAdmission to the research master Linguistics.
LiteratureDepends on topic of the tutorial.
Target AudienceStudents of the research master Linguistics
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Course Coordinator||dr. F. van der Houwen|
|Examiner||dr. F. van der Houwen|
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