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Mon Dec 17 21:37:16 UTC 2001
The University of Maryland has this course:
LING 460 Diversity and Unity in Human Languages (3 credits)
Fundamentals of grammatical typology as they relate to issues in
social attitudes towards language. Linguistic structure of standard
and non-standard languages and dialects. Relationship of different
writing systems to linguistic structure. Issues in bilingualism and
It looks like it would be ideal for a teacher; perhaps a little too
structural. It's in the graduate catalog but it looks as if it is a
class open to undergrads as well.
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>Anybody want to tell her where she can take a course? Please e-mail her
>annemris at space.com. - Allan Metcalf
>>>>I am studying for a Masters of Arts in Teaching and I need to take an
>undergraduate dialects class in order to become certified to teach English. I
>am finding that such courses (either at a school in my area or an online
>course) are difficult to find.
>Do you have a list of universities that offer courses on dialects? I would
>appreciate any information that ADS might have.
>Thank you for your time.
>email annemris at space.com<<<
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