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These course descriptions are not being updated as of August 1, 2016. Current course descriptions are maintained in LionPATH.

Applied Linguistics (APLNG)

APLNG 083S (GS;US;IL) First-Year Seminar in Applied Linguistics (3) Introduction to the application of theories of language to cognition, culture, gender, society, and second language acquisition.
Effective: Summer 2005

APLNG 200 (GH;IL) Introduction to Language, Culture, and Social Interaction (3) Introduction to the interrelationships among language, culture, and social interaction and their fundamental links to social identities and discourse communities.
Effective: Spring 2009

APLNG 210 (GH;IL) The Ecology of Global English (3) This course explores how English language enables globalization processes and how globalization changes the structure, norms, and usage of English.
Effective: Spring 2009

APLNG 250 Peer Tutoring for Multilingual Writers (3) This class provides theoretical and practical training to prepare Writing Center Peer Tutors with specific expertise in tutoring international/multilingual students.
Effective: Spring 2016
Prerequisite: ENGL 015;ESL 015  

APLNG 297 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 2004

APLNG 310 (IL) (AFR 310, GLIS 310) Language Rights, Policy, and Planning (3) This is a course on language rights, policy, and planning from individual, group, inter-ethnic, and national perspectives.
Effective: Summer 2016

APLNG 410 Teaching American English Pronunciation (3) Study and application of principles of North American English phonetics and theories of teaching pronunciation.
Effective: Fall 2001

APLNG 412 Teaching Second Language Writing (3) This course provides opportunities for exploring various perspectives on theory, research, and pedagogial applications in second language writing.
Effective: Summer 2003

APLNG 427 (IL) (CHNS 427) Chinese Language, Culture and Society (3) The study of Chinese language and culture and a perspective on the way of life in contemporary Chinese society.
Effective: Spring 2016
Prerequisite: ASIA 100 or equivalent  

APLNG 482Y (IL) Introduction to Applied Linguistics (3) Application of theories of language to psycholinguistics, philosophy of language, anthropological linguistics, sociolinguistics, bi/multilingualism, second language acquisition and teaching.
Effective: Spring 2006

APLNG 484 Discourse-Functional Grammar (3) Develop a working knowledge of the structure of English and apply such knowledge to research and/or classroom situations.
Effective: Fall 2004

APLNG 491 Theory: Second Language Acquisition (3) An investigation into current issues in the theoretical bases of second language acquisition.
Effective: Fall 2006

APLNG 493 (IL) Teaching English as a Second Language (3) Theory, research, and pedagogy that focus on the teaching of English to speakers of other languages in varied contexts.
Effective: Spring 2006

APLNG 496 Independent Studies (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, that are supervised on an individual basis and that fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 2001

APLNG 497 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject that may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 2002

Last Import from UCM: February 17, 2018 3:00 AM


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