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21W.783 is a series of seminars focusing on common writing problems faced by professional engineers and scientists.... see more

Students work in small collaborative design teams to propose, build, and document a semester-long project focused on... see more

This course will acquaint you with some of the important results and ideas of the last half - century of research in... see more

I realize that "Modes of Assertion" is a rather cryptic title for the course. What we will explore are ways of modulating... see more

This course will investigate the semantics of generic sentences, i.e., sentences that are used to talk about habits,... see more

This course provides an overview of the distinctive features which distinguish sound categories of languages of the... see more

This course is designed to allow participants to engage in the exploration of the grammatical structure of a language... see more

The course introduces formal theories of context-dependency, presupposition, implicature, context-change, focus and... see more

This course is the third and final part of our graduate introduction to semantics. The other two classes are 24.970... see more

This course presents a comparison of different proposed architectures for the syntax module of grammar. The subject... see more

The year-long Introduction to Phonology reviews at the graduate level fundamental notions of phonological analysis and... see more

This course is a study of speech sounds: how we produce and perceive them and their acoustic properties. It explores the... see more

This course introduces students to the theory and practice of modeling phonology, with an empirical focus on modeling the... see more

Many details of phonetic realization cannot be predicted from standard phonological representations on a... see more

Instead of the simple "read this and respond" instructions to students, why not try out a fun reading activity? To... see more

“Go.” It’s one of the most common words in English and always one of the first words you learn in any language. As mobile... see more

What’s the easiest way to indicate that your characters are speaking? “said” is by far the most effective and least... see more

In this novel unit, broken up into seven lessons, students will learn about the genre of realistic fiction, making... see more

This course presents a tutorial on the ToBI (Tones and Break Indices) system, for labelling certain aspects of prosody in... see more

You know what’s bad? Overusing plain, simple, nonexpressive vocabulary when there is an abundance of rich, expressive... see more

PLEASE NOTE: Some K-12 sites do not allow access to Google Docs where this file resides. If you are unable to access this... see more

This book is a free and open resource for composition instructors and students, full of essays that could supplement OER... see more

Covers the major results in the study of first language acquisition concentrating on the development of linguistic... see more

This course is a seminar in real-time language comprehension. It considers models of sentence and discourse comprehension... see more