Spanish and Portuguese | Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
S326 | 16782-16783 | Professor Erik Willis
HISP-S 326 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics (3 credits)
Prerequisite: S280 or S310 or equivalent.
This course examines the basic linguistic structure of Spanish based
on the principal fields of linguistic studies. The course begins
with an overview of the characteristics of human language. Course
topics include the structure and order of words (syntax), the forms
and structure of words (morphology), the sounds of Spanish
(phonetics and phonology) and how they compare with English, and how
Spanish varies across regions, and by social considerations.
Class time is primarily lecture based, but also includes linguistic
exercises, analysis, and discussion. Course activities include self
analysis of Spanish abilities and comparison with native speakers
(the goal being to improve the studentís language abilities by
contrastive analysis of linguistic structure). Evaluation is based
on participation, homework assignments, projects, exams and
presentations. This class carries N & M credit.
HISP-S 326 #16782 11:15A-12:05P MWF BH 138 Prof. Erik Willis
Note: This class is for Hutton Honors students and meets jointly
with a HISP-S 326 non-honors section.
HISP-S 326 #16783 11:15A-12:05P MWF BH 138 Prof. Erik Willis
Note: This class meets jointly with the Honors section for S326.