ESOC 210 - The History of Hacking and Open Source Culture, working under Dave Seng.
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) syllabus
- LING 2100 – Introduction to Language (University of Georgia)
Here are some handouts and assignments I've used in my own or other people's linguistics courses, uploaded just for reference (and so that I can access them).
- The Greek Alphabet. On the origin of the Greek alphabet, how its changed and how it was innovative. Presented for Shannon Grippando's Psychology of Writing Systems course.
- Optimizing Structure. On some of my own word on prosodically-driven externalization. Presented for Doug Merchant's Generative Syntax course.
- An Introduction to the Minimalist Program. Presented for Doug Merchant's Generative Syntax course.
- For language comparison, Genesis 1:1 in different and related languages:
- Here are some homework assignments I've used in LING2100: , , , , , , , .
- A Concise and Descriptive IPA Chart for English
- "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]