ENGL 562: Studies in English Language and Linguistics
An introduction to the structural, social, and historical aspects of the English language. Topics include morphology, syntax, phonology, usage, history of English, dialects, first and second language acquisition, and issues related to teaching and learning English as a first and second language.
This is a synchronous course with an asynchronous backup option. The course meets Tuesday evenings, 5-7:50 pm Central / 6-8:50 pm Eastern.
Please review the syllabus for full course information.
This is a Full Semester course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Fall I and Fall II.
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University of Indianapolis
Instructor: Dr. Molly Martin
Graduate Credits: 3
Semester: Fall 2022 – Full Semester
Dates: 8/29/22 – 12/17/22
Course meets Tuesday evenings
5-7:50 pm Central / 6-8:50 pm Eastern
Format: Online Blended (synchronous with asynchronous backup option)
Prerequisite: Qualified to teach content area
Graduate Certificate Available: Yes