Linguistics

Morphological Theory

Group 1 Presentation- Lexical Phonology & Morphology

Group 2 Presentation- Insights into Lexical Phonology & Morphology

Group 3 Presentation- An appraisal of Lexical Morphology

Group 4 Presentation- Optimality theoretic morphology

Group 5 Presentation- Morphology-Phonology Interface

Group 6 Presentation- Morphology-Syntax Interface

Group 7 Presentation- Morphology-Semantics Interface

Group 8 Presentation- Classification of Approaches to Morphological Description
Group 9 Presentation- Construction Morphology

Group 10 Presentation- Distributed Morphology

Construction Morphology

The Grammar of Words

Morphology & Lexical Semantics_Rochelle Lieber

Psycholinguistics

Lecture 1

Lecture 2

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Phonological Theory

Lecture 1 [Distinctive & Redundant Features]

Lecture 2 [Assimilation]

Lecture 3

Lecture 4

Lecture 5

Lecture 6

Lecture 7

Lecture 8

Non linear Tone [Odden]

Anlo Floating Tone

Tone

Kera vowel harmony

Syntax II

Parts of Speech

Binding

X-bar

Specifier, Complement & Adjunct

Clause [CP_TP_DP]

Generative Syntax

Structural Relations

Constituency

Extending X-bar Theory to functional categories

Constraining X-bar Theory lexicon

Movement

DP Movement

WH-Movement and Locality Constraints

Study Guide2016

Linguistics and Language Teaching

The Silent Way

audiolingual-method

community-language-learning

communicative-language-teaching-original

content-2

content-based-task-based-partipatory

desuggestopedia

learning-strategy-training

total-physical-response

weaknesses-of-audiolingualism

weaknesses-of-desuggestopedia

weaknesses-of-the-silent-way

weaknesses-of-total-physical-response

Morphology & Syntax of Akan

Syllabus-LNGS304-Morph-and-Syntax-Akan-2015-2016

Sociolinguistics

Introduction Introduction

Monolingualism & Multilingualism Monolingualism & Multilingualism

Course Outline LNGS-204-Course Outline

Evolution of Language LNGS-204-Introduction-What-is-language-Emergence-of-Linguistics-Class

Approaches to Language Study Approaches to Language Study

Genetic Classification of Language & Mande Languages Genetic Classification

Gur Group of Languages Gur Languages of GH

Kwa Group of Languages Kwa Languages of GH

Multilingualism Multilingualism in Ghana

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