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The shop is also responsible for any discounts they wish to offer. Subscribe to our newsletter. You're not signed in. Sign In. Students will be expected to apply the approaches they have already learned and to draw on their Study Abroad experiences in making connections between these various domains in both China and the West.
The goal is a richer and possibly a more complicated perspective on ways of life that have endured and grown for millennia.
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This module combines both theory and practice and sets out to equip students with practical experience and skills as well as a theoretical understanding of how to design, implement and evaluate Computer-Assisted Language Learning applications. The emphasis throughout is on encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration among the students and on project-based group learning. The principal focus is on CALL development for Irish language instruction but content development for other languages is also possible.
Corpora can be used to provide evidence for linguistic research in syntax, morphology, stylistics, pragmatics etc. This laboratory-based module introduces students to the empirical analysis of spoken language, attending to the theoretical aspects while developing practical analytic skills. It is organised in terms of a series of topics, illuminating specific dimensions of the sound structures of languages. For each topic introduced, analytic tasks are undertaken that allow students to explore the phonetic realisation of phonological contrast. The module deals primarily with the segmental structure of languages, though essential aspects of prosodic structure are dealt with briefly.
This course introduces students to the laboratory investigation of the segmental and prosodic systems of languages. It provides a practical training in specific analytic techniques: although the primary focus is on acoustic analysis methods, students are also introduced to other analysis techniques, which involve articulatory and time permitting aerodynamic data. This module looks at current thought and theory regarding the role of gesture from an evolutionary perspective, as pragmatic, semantic and grammatical units, as co-speech elements, and in signed language, and presents a view of language as multimodal, embodied, and as a perspectivized, experiential activity.
This module has three principal aims: i to give an overview of the emergent field of 'linguistic landscapes', described succinctly as 'text presented and displayed in the public space' Shohamy and Waksman ii to facilitate students in practical aspects of first-hand linguistic landscape research iii to provide an opportunity for critical reflection on linguistic landscapes in the light of language policy, multilingualism, globalisation, tourism, and practices of literacy in old and new media. There will be a specific focus throughout on the Irish language and its particular context, but an in depth knowledge of the Irish language is unnecessary for participation.
The focus is both theoretical and practical and the course emphasizes the multidisciplinary perspectives that are required for effective deployment of technology in education.
Students are introduced to a range of speech and language technologies, some of which are currently in use for language instruction, and some of which, though ripe for educational deployment, are not yet in use. Learning theories and pedagogical methods are explored in terms of their implications for the development of technological applications in language teaching.
The sociolinguistic context is a further major factor which is considered. The broader question of differences in the deployment of the technology in minority and major world languages are discussed. Participants in this module will explore how language and communication are mediated by various technologies, including that of writing.
Students will be encouraged to reflect on the relationship between language, communication and technologies on one hand and individual language processing, interactional processes, and the nature of discourse on the other. Lectures, readings and discussions will range over historical, socio-cultural and individual-cognitive levels of analysis as appropriate. It explores the nature of Chinese varieties as world languages including Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien.
It also outlines the origins and development of Chinese varieties outside China within the context of social, historical, and linguistic framework. The module addresses the development of Chinese as a Heritage Language, and the international growth in interest in Chinese as a Foreign Language. The goal is a richer and possibly a more complicated perspective on ways of life that have endured and grown for millennia LI? The module aims to i develop participants' abilities to describe natural language phenomena with computationally oriented grammars that model natural language parsing, generation, and construction of semantic representation in a deductive logical setting; ii apply the tools of formal language theory to analysing the syntactic complexity of human languages in its syntax and morphology with reference to ramifications for human language processing; iii develop skill in grammar development for extensive fragments of natural language encompassing important syntactic domains: complex noun phrase structure, relative clauses, arguments and adjuncts, embedding verbs, topic-focus constructions and questions.
This module will introduce students to the principles of corpus creation i. Illustrative and exercise materials are drawn from a wide variety of languages.
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In addition to formal lectures there are scheduled practical ear training and transcription tutorials. The module is designed to have students both observe real teaching practices, and reflect critically on these observations. The module aims to provide a solid foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to engage in future language teaching.
It has four aims: i to further explore the practical implications of language learning theory in classroom practices today; ii to provide students with increased autonomy in the pedagogical implementation of second language curricula into language classrooms; iii to further provide students with opportunity to observe and reflect on real teaching practices, lesson plans, teaching materials, and assessment methods; and iv to provide students with extensive opportunity to teach in a real language classroom. The module is designed to move students from observing real teaching practices to engaging in actual language teaching, and to reflect critically on these experiences.
The module aims to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to engage in future language teaching. Basic concepts of discrete mathematics are reviewed with attention to their relevance in linguistics: sets, operators, relations, trees, logic, formal language theory. Emphasis is placed on finite recursive specification of infinite formal languages as an idealization of grammar specification for natural languages each of which is thought to be infinite but managed by finite brains.