AP/LING 2110 3.00
CROSSLISTED COURSE: GL EN 3603 & GL LIN 3603
This course provides a brief discussion of the anatomical and physiological bases of the production of speech sounds and an introduction to a wide range of sound types from a variety of human languages. Students receive ear-training in the discrimination of many kinds of speech-sounds and instruction and practice in making and transcribing these sounds. An introduction to the physical (acoustic) properties of speech sounds is also given.
COURSE CREDIT EXCLUSIONS: GL/EN/LIN 3603 3.0.
FORMAT: Two 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial weekly; students should also spend one hour in the language laboratory weekly on an unscheduled (drop-in) basis.
PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE: AP/LING1000 6.0 with a grade of C or better, or permission of the Department.