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English Linguistics

  • Code Apogée

    1MIAM32

  • Composante(s)

    UFR Langues et Civilisations

  • Période de l'année

    Semestre 1

Description

Linguistics is frequently misconstrued as "abstract", "dry and technical", "removed from real life situations". Do linguists really inhabit a different world from the rest of academia? Are they self-indulgent theoreticians? 

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Objectifs

The course establishes the accessibility and practical usefulness of linguistics in a variety of fields : literature and translation, language education, conversation analysis, social science.  

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Heures d'enseignement

  • English Linguistics - TDTravaux Dirigés12h
  • English Linguistics - CMCours Magistral12h

Contrôle des connaissances

Attendance & engagement (30 %) + learning diary with guided entries and follow-up activities (70 %).

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Syllabus

The instruction and training offered in this weekly seminar are particularly suited to prospective language teachers or anyone interested in making sense of language structure and language functioning in spoken or written discourse. 

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Informations complémentaires

Key concepts and categories, together with basic methodological procedures, are systematically defined and illustrated. Special attention is given to making the (multimodal) seminars lively, flexible and suited to all, including visiting students (ERASMUS +, U-California) or students with little or no formal background in linguistics.

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Bibliographie

All the research papers, book excerpts, filmed lectures and interviews, etc. needed for this course will be made available to students through e-campus.

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Compétences visées

General principles of language acquisition ; social uses of language (speaking, writing, communicative interaction) ; major theoretical frameworks (French enunciative; functional; cognitive (including metaphor theory and grammaticalization theory);   grammar and  discourse (e.g. negation, interrogation, anaphora, deixis, time rcference); grammar and metaphor / metonymy) ; corpus linguistics and corpus-based approach to grammar; applying linguistics to language teaching (in a fun and creative sort of way). 

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