Instructor: Dr. Volker Hegelheimer
Introduction to Computers in Applied Linguistics. (Cross-listed with Ling). (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: Graduate classification. Use of applications software for language teaching, linguistic analysis, and statistical analysis. Issues and problems in applied linguistics related to computer methods.
Assignments and projects:
- Grade and Attendance Management Solution (xls)
- ELLA: Electronic Listserv Lurking Assignment (ppt)
- Web Resources for Language Teaching
- Skill Consolidation Activity#1
- Article Presentation: Call-Past, Present, Future (ppt)
- Web Based Teaching Unit (See Project)
Instructor: Dr. Barbara Schwarte
Introduction to Linguistic Analysis. (Cross-listed with Ling). (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: Graduate classification. Principles and methods of linguistic analysis with emphasis on phonology, morphology, and syntax. Description of linguistic variation and current theoretical approaches to linguistics.
- An Analysis of Linguistic Concepts in Alice in Wonderland (pdf)
- Group project: A Web-based Teaching Unit of Linguistic Terms (pdf)
Instructor: Dr. John M. Levis
Second Language Acquisition. (Cross-listed with Ling). (3-0) Cr. 3. F. Prereq: 511 or an introductory course in linguistics. Theory, methods, and results of second language acquisition research with emphasis on approaches relevant to second language teaching.
- Creating An Information Gap (doc)
- Grammar Lesson Adaption (pdf)
- Workshop: Teaching of Writing
- Classroom Observation (pdf)
- Professional Development Plan
- Creating An ESL Game (pdf)
Instructor: Dr. Dan Douglas
Second Language Assessment. Principles of second language assessment including reliability, validity, authenticity and practicality. Constructing, scoring, interpreting, and evaluating second language tests for a variety of situations.
- An Evaluation of IELTS (doc)
- Revision of English Listening Placement Test (pdf)
Instructor: Dr. Carol A. Chapelle
Computer-assisted Language Learning. Theory, research, and practice in computer use for teaching non-native speakers of English. Methods for planning and evaluating computer-based learning activities.
- Description of a CALL activity(doc)
- CALL issue paper: How can L2 teachers develop effective oral tasks based on CMC technology (pdf)
- CALL book review: CALL Dimensions:Options, Issues in Computer-Assisted Language Learning, Mike Levy & Glenn Stockwell (doc)
- Annotated bibliography: CALL evaluation: theories, frameworks, criteria, and practice (pdf)
- A Pilot Study: L2 Vocabulary acquisition through online chat