Possibly teaching Historical and Comparative Linguistics in Fall of 2017. If so, here is the tentative syllabus. Canceled.
Here are the classes I've taught, my syllabi for them and my teaching evaluations.
- LING 300 – Syntax
- Fall 2016 (with Simin Karimi): syllabus
- LING 150 – Language
- Spring 2017: syllabus, teaching evaluation for Wednesday section, for Friday section
- Fall 2016: syllabus, teaching evaluation
- Spring 2016: syllabus, teaching evaluation for 10AM section, for 11AM section
- Fall 2015: syllabus, teaching evaluation
- LING 3150 – Generative Syntax (University of Georgia)
- LING 2100 – Introduction to Language (University of Georgia)
Here are some handouts and assignments I've used in introductory linguistics courses just for reference.
- For language comparison, Genesis 1:1 in different and related languages:
- Here are some homework assignments I've used in LING2100: , , , , , , , .
- "Lose Yourself" in Phonetic Transcription
- Implicit sociological survey: The following two speakers are both middle-class American males. What is their one major sociological difference audible in their vowels? [Speaker 1], [Speaker 2]