8 07, 2019

LING3003A – (TBA)

2021-01-20T14:29:24+08:00

LING3003 Linguistics Field Trip Dr. Cathryn Donohue Capstone Course. Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description This is a required course for students majoring in General Linguistics. The field trip is technically designated as a final year course but may be taken in the third or fourth year. The aim of the course is to provide an opportunity for students of linguistics to have first-hand experience with languages as they are spoken and used in particular settings, and to carry out an empirical investigation on some aspect of a language ‘on-site’ (e.g. structural, cognitive, socio-cultural, or technological aspects of a language). The field [...]

LING3003A – (TBA)2021-01-20T14:29:24+08:00
20 03, 2019

LING3007

2020-07-23T17:17:37+08:00

LING3007 Seminar in Psycholinguistics Dr. Heeju Hwang Capstone Course. Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description The goal of this course is to introduce to students key topics in the field of psycholinguistics in greater depth and provide them with hands-on research experience. Pre-requisite LING1000, LING2034 and LING2048 Assessment 100% coursework Note: For General Linguistics majors only.

LING30072020-07-23T17:17:37+08:00
24 05, 2018

LING3006

2021-07-23T00:21:02+08:00

LING3006 Laboratory Linguistics Dr. Youngah Do Capstone Course. Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description In the past decade, the field of linguistics has increasingly looked to experimental results to confirm and extend its understanding of language patterns. In this course, we will (a) examine some of the issues involved in deriving experimentally testable predictions from a theory, (b) designing and running an experiment, and (c) interpreting the results. This course involves two main activities; first, students will read and present most recent articles on laboratory linguistics and participate in group discussion. Second, students will actually get involved in experimentation to gain practical [...]

LING30062021-07-23T00:21:02+08:00
18 12, 2017

LING3005

2021-07-19T11:57:56+08:00

LING3005 Advanced Topics in Reading, Language and Cognition Dr. Wai Ting Siok Capstone Course. Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description This course is a continuation of the course “Reading Acquisition and Developmental Dyslexia”. It aims to provide an in-depth understanding of key issues and up-to-date research topics in reading and language. Specific focus will be on the cognitive and neural processes in word reading and reading comprehension, and the development of these processes. Topics such as models and theories of fluent reading and reading development, biliteracy development, biological bases of reading, types of reading disorders (e.g., developmental and acquired dyslexia), teaching [...]

LING30052021-07-19T11:57:56+08:00
18 12, 2017

LING3003 – TBA

2021-07-23T00:27:08+08:00

LING3003 Linguistics Field Trip Dr. Kofi Yakpo Capstone Course. Sem 2, 6 credits Course Description This is a required course for students majoring in General Linguistics. The field trip is technically designated as a final year course but may be taken in the third or fourth year. The aim of the course is to provide an opportunity for students of linguistics to have first-hand experience with languages as they are spoken and used in particular settings, and to carry out an empirical investigation on some aspect of a language ‘on-site’ (e.g. structural, cognitive, socio-cultural, or technological aspects of a language). The field [...]

LING3003 – TBA2021-07-23T00:27:08+08:00
18 12, 2017

LING3002

2020-07-02T12:59:04+08:00

LING3002 – Extended Essay Capstone Course. Sem 1 or 2, 6 credits Time and venue are to be arranged with individual teacher Course Description This is a one-semester capstone course for individual research on a topic chosen by the student in consultation with staff, in preparation for possible postgraduate work and is offered for majors only. Students intending to study this course are required to attend an interview at the beginning of their third year to give a short presentation on their proposed topic. The thesis should normally be 5,000-6,000 words in length. There is no written examination but an oral [...]

LING30022020-07-02T12:59:04+08:00
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