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Intro. to Linguistics_1 Syllabus Overview


It is about syllabus overview and learning contract of Introduction to Linguistics.

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  • 1. “… niscaya Allah akan meninggikan orang-orang yang beriman di antaramu dan orang-orang yang diberi ilmu pengetahuan beberapa derajat dan Allah Maha mengetahui apa yang kamu kerjakan.” (Q.S. 58:11)
  • 2. Introduction to Linguistics First Meeting: Syllabus Overview and Learning Contract
  • 3. Course Identity Introduction to Linguistics Code : D.09.328 Credits : 3 credits Semester : 3rd Prerequisite : - Time Allotment : 3 x 45 minutes
  • 4. Course Description • Designed in order to introduce lingustics to student. • Students introduced to fields that related to language. • It introduces the students to the development of linguistics. • This course is the prerequisite of others deep linguistics course.
  • 5. Standard Competence The students have adequate theoretical and practical knowledge of linguistics at the basic level in order that the students will be able to understand better the subsequent courses that they will take.
  • 6. Course Objective By the end of the course, the students expected to: • Have adequate theoretical and practical knowledge of linguistics. • Be able to understand better the subsequent courses that they will take. • Master the language they are learning.
  • 7. Course Outline Sixteen meetings course Two Exams (Mid-Term and Final) Two Online Quizzes
  • 8. Course Outline Sessions Topics 1 Course Overview and Learning Contract 2 • What is Linguistics? • What is Language? 3 • The Origin of Language • The Nature of Language 4 History of Linguistics 5 The Development of English 6 Phonetics (1) 7 Phonetics (2) 8 Phonology Online Quiz 1 9 Mid Term Exam
  • 9. Course Outline Sessions Topics 10 Morphology 11 Lexicology 12 Syntax 13 Semantics 14 Pragmatics 15 Sociolinguistics 16 Psycholinguistics 17 Language Acquisition Online Quiz 2 18 Final Exam
  • 10. Grading of this subject will consider the following items: • Attendance : 30% • Assignments, Presentation. & Class Participation : 20% • Mid term Exam & Quiz 1 : 25% • Final Test & Quiz 2 : 25% *) Students are required to attend the course at least 75% of 16 meetings, and for those who cannot fulfill this requirement are not allowed to take the final exam. Unless, the student have fervent reasons, he/she is allowed to take final exam if they attend 60% of 16 meetings. Grading Policy
  • 11. Grading Score 86.00 – 100 : A 71.00 – 85.99 : B 56.00 – 70.99 : C 41.00 – 55.99 : D (remedial at the given time) 00.00 – 40 .99 : E (study over)
  • 12. References Fromkin et al. 2011. An Introduction to Language, Ninth Edition. New York: Harcourt Brace College Publishers O’ Grady et al. 2005. Contemporary Linguistics Fifth Edition. New York: Bedford St. Martin’s. Meyer, Charles F., 2009. Introducing English Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Radford et al. 2009. Linguistics: An Introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • 13. References Todd, Loreto. 1987. An Introduction to Linguistics. Singapore. Longman: York Press. Alwasilah, Chaedar 1993. Linguistik Suatu Pengantar. Bandung. Angkasa. Wardhaugh, Ronald. 1990. Introduction to Linguistics. New York: McGraw Hill Book Company. Kreidler. 1998. Introducing English Semantics. New York: Routledge.
  • 14. Academic Deeds Cell Phones Are To Be Shut Off Or Silent Individual Journal Writing Well- Dressed Too Many Excuse, No! No Plagiarism!
  • 15. Lebih baik bersimbah keringat di saat latihan daripada bersimbah darah di medan perang
  • 16. 16 Thank You!