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Teaching

Spring 2016

LCD 306 – Semantics and Pragmatics: A survey of properties of meaning in language (semantics) and communication strategies people use when they talk to each  other (pragmatics). [Queens College, CUNY]

Fall 2015

LCD 101 – Introduction to Language: A survey of the study of language: Structure, language and society, first and second language acquisition, and other related topics. [Queens College, CUNY]

 

Summer 2015

LCD 102 – Analyzing Language: Developing and evaluating hypotheses about linguistic data drawn from a variety of languages in the areas of sound structure (phonology), word structure (morphology), and sentence structure (syntax). [Queens College, CUNY]

LCD 205 – Sociolinguistics: Introduction to the study of the relationship between language and society. Sociocultural factors which influence language form, use, and history. [Queens College, CUNY]

 

Spring 2015

LCD 306 – Semantics and Pragmatics: A survey of properties of meaning in language (semantics) and communication strategies people use when they talk to each  other (pragmatics). [Queens College, CUNY]

 

Fall 2014

SPV 246 / LNG 160 – Introduction to Linguistics: Survey of linguistic science, with special attention to descriptive and applied linguistics [Lehman College, CUNY]

G-EDU58892: Teaching the Structure of the English Language: Graduate introduction to the English morphology and syntax as well as survey of the history of English. Approaches to teaching grammar in a multicultural, multilingual TESOL classroom with focus on sociolinguistics. [Boricua College]

 

Spring 2014

LNG 323 – Introduction to Phonology: The sound system of languages and underlying representation of the sound structure and lexicon. Analysis of data from different languages; investigation of the differences and similarities in the sound systems of different languages. Exploration of language universals. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 334 – Historical Linguistics: Principles of historical linguistics. The nature of language change, types and causes of change, variation and diffusion of changes through populations, differentiation of dialects and languages, determination and classification of historical relationships among languages, the reconstruction of ancestral languages and intermediate changes. [Lehman College, CUNY]

 

Fall 2013

LNG (SPV) 245 – Articulatory Phonetics: Fundamentals of articulatory phonetics; descriptive analysis of spoken forms of American English and other languages. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 335 –  Sociolinguistics: The Sociology of Language:
The interaction among language, culture, and society; issues of language diversity; the development of dialects, pidgins, and creoles. [Lehman College, CUNY]

 

Spring 2013

LNG 334 – Historical Linguistics: Principles of historical linguistics. The nature of language change, types and causes of change, variation and diffusion of changes through populations, differentiation of dialects and languages, determination and classification of historical relationships among languages, the reconstruction of ancestral languages and intermediate changes. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 323 – Introduction to Phonology: The sound system of languages and underlying representation of the sound structure and lexicon. Analysis of data from different languages; investigation of the differences and similarities in the sound systems of different languages. Exploration of language universals. [Lehman College, CUNY]

 

Fall 2012

LNG 335 –  Sociolinguistics: The Sociology of Language: The interaction among language, culture, and society; issues of language diversity; the development of dialects, pidgins, and creoles. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 323 – Introduction to Phonology: The sound system of languages and underlying representation of the sound structure and lexicon. Analysis of data from different languages; investigation of the differences and similarities in the sound systems of different languages. Exploration of language universals. [Lehman College, CUNY]

 

Spring 2012

LNG 334 – Historical Linguistics: Principles of historical linguistics. The nature of language change, types and causes of change, variation and diffusion of changes through populations, differentiation of dialects and languages, determination and classification of historical relationships among languages, the reconstruction of ancestral languages and intermediate changes. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 323 – Introduction to Phonology: The sound system of languages and underlying representation of the sound structure and lexicon. Analysis of data from different languages; investigation of the differences and similarities in the sound systems of different languages. Exploration of language universals. [Lehman College, CUNY]

 

Fall 2011

LNG 321 – Introduction to Syntax: Government Binding (GB) syntax for the study of linguistics minimalism and post-minimalism; structure of an uncommonly taught language; other syntactic theories. [Lehman College, CUNY]

LNG 323 – Introduction to Phonology: The sound system of languages and underlying representation of the sound structure and lexicon. Analysis of data from different languages; investigation of the differences and similarities in the sound systems of different languages. Exploration of language universals. [Lehman College, CUNY]