LIN 100 1000 - Language and Culture

This course will introduce the student to the study of language in multicultural urban settings. The course will introduce related topics, such as bilingual/bidialectal families and bilingual education, language and gender, literacy in a changing, technological society, child language acquisition, and different dialects and registers of English. The readings will draw on works in linguistics, literature and related fields. Students will work on critical reading and produce writing based on the readings in connections with their own experiences and backgrounds.

Basic Skills Prerequisites: ENG088, ESL062, ACR094

Course Credit: 03


Professor:  Sharon Avni

Special Instructions and Information:

This is a hybrid course meeting every Tuesday 10am to 11:15am in M1217.