This course presents modern linguistic theories and their application to literature and teaching of English. Included will be an examination of how various grammatical models represent the complexities of sound, sequence, and structure of language. Also included will be the topics of word meaning, language variation, language and context, oral and written discourse, writing systems, literature analysis, grammar, and language planning in teaching English. (Prerequisites: ENGL101 or ENGL110)
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