University of Liege | Version française
Academic year 2014-2015Value date : 1/10/2014
Version 2013-2014
LING0009-1  Typology of languages and language universals

Duration :  30h Th
Number of credits :  
Master in Anthropology, in-depth approach, 1st year6
Master in Anthropology, Teaching Focus, 1st year6
Master in Anthropology, specialized approach in applied anthropology, 1st year6
Master en anthropologie, à finalité spécialisée en anthropologie des dynamiques sociales et du développement, 1st year6
Bachelier en philosophie4
Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Classics, 2nd year5
Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Classics, 3rd year5
Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies, 2nd year3
Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies, 2nd year5
Bachelor in Ancient Languages and Literatures: Oriental Studies, 3rd year5
Bachelor in philosophy, 3rd year4
Bachelor in French and Romance Languages and Literatures, 3rd year3
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Linguistics4
One-year preliminary programme leading to the Master in Modern Languages and Literatures, germanic orientation4
Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures : Classics, Research Focus, 1st year5
Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Classics, Teaching Focus, 1st year5
Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Classics3
Master in Linguistics, Research focus, 1st year5
Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Oriental Studies, Teaching Focus, 1st year5
Master in Ancient Languages and Literatures, Oriental Languages5
Master en langues et littératures anciennes, orientation classique, à finalité spécialisée en papyrologie, 1st year5
Lecturer :  Julien Perrez, Laurent Rasier
Language(s) of instruction :  
French language
Course contents :  
An introduction to what the world's languages have in common and in what aspects they can differ as well as to the main principles underlying language.
Tools applied to exercises and potentially to be used to a grammatical phenomenon of the student's choice.
Learning outcomes of the course :  
Mastering the theoretical notions and the methods of analysis and being able to apply them in order to solve concrete problems.
Prerequisites and co-requisites/ Recommended optional programme components :  
None.
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :  
Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :  
Face-to-face. 30 hours; 1st and 2nd semester; See http://cipl82.philo.ulg.ac.be/horaires
Recommended or required readings :  
Recommended work: Radford et al.: Linguistics: An Introduction.CUP. 1999. ISBN 0 521 47854 5 paperback.
Some lecture notes as well as exercise sheets will be available..
Assessment methods and criteria :  
Written examination. As a rule, the aim of the questions is to check the student's understanding and ability to apply. In June (première session), the examination may have a very important multiple choice part.
Work placement(s) :  
Organizational remarks :  
Concrete examples will be used as a basis of reflexion to introduce theoretical concepts. Exercises to be done at home will be proposed. It is important for the students to do these exercises in order to be able to understand the explanations in class; it is also necessary as a preparation for the examination.
Contacts :  
Enseignant titulaire Michel Kefer Département de Langues et littératures germaniques Place Cockerill, 3, 4000 Liège Tél. 04 366 54 09 E-mail Michel.Kefer@ulg.ac.be Secrétariat Sabrina Dewar Place Cockerill 3, 4000 Liège Tél. 04 366 54 66



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