Course ObjectiveStudents are able to analyze morphological and semantical phenomena
and to study the relevant literature independently. They are able to
weaknesses and strengths of the analyses and to report on their findings
a clear and straightforward way.
Course ContentStudents learn the basic principles of morphology and semantics of
natural language. They understand the problems and some of the most
suggested solutions. They learn about different semantic theories from
different starting points.
Teaching MethodsThere are three meetings of two hours each week. The meetings are
interactive and active student participation is expected. Students give
small presentations on specific topics and we will discuss assignments
and questions on the content of the lectures in class.
Method of AssessmentAssignments and presentations (50%), final exam (50%). To pass, both
should be at least 5, with an minimum average of 5.5.
Entry RequirementsIntroduction to Linguistics (first year)
Target Audience2nd year students in the BA program Communication and Information
Studies (specialisation Language Learning and Language Teaching).
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Course Coordinator||dr. H.D. van der Vliet|
|Examiner||dr. H.D. van der Vliet|
dr. H.D. van der Vliet
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Last-minute registration is available for this course.
|Teaching Methods||Seminar, Lecture|
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