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LING 150: Introduction to the Study of Language
The nature of human language and its grammatical, social, and biological aspects are covered. Individual and Society course.
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LING 160: Language and Society
Language and its social context: linguistic variation in the community; types of linguistic interaction; language as a reflection of its social origins. Individual and Society, and US Society course.
Professors: Matts, J
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LING 201: Classical Etymology in the Life Sciences
The structure and formation of technical terms used in the health sciences, based on roots and elements from Greek and Latin. 
Professors: Kershaw, A
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LING 402: Trial Interaction
Language use, culture, and law in the trial process. Analysis of qualitative methods applied to legal processes and change. 
Professors: Matoesian, G
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LING 405: Introduction to General Linguistics
Linguistics, the scientific study of language as knowledge, structure, and use, involves Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology, Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics. Introduction to Linguistics explores these disciplines. 
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LING 406: History of European Standard Languages
The phenomenon of the "standard language" in Western and Eastern Europe. 
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LING 483: Methodology of TESOL
Methods of teaching listening, speaking, reading, and writing to speakers of English as a second or foreign language. 
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LING 487: Computer Assisted Language Learning
An introduction to computer assisted language learning (CALL): the use of computer technology in second language reading and research. The effectiveness of CALL technology is assessed based on SLA theory and research studies. 
Professors: Rott, S
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LING 496: Independent Study
Students are assigned to this course at the discretion of the department. Independent study in an area of linguisitics not normally covered by regular course offerings. 
Professors: Cameron, R; Williams, J; Xiang, X
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LING 531: Grammar for TESOL
Survey of major grammatical structures and patterns as they relate to TESOL instruction. 
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