Course Description

Course CodeCourse NameCreditsHours
5415102 Applied Linguistics 3.0 3
Description Applied linguistics is a large interdisciplinary field of study related to a range of academic fields, including linguistics, psychology, education, anthropology, and sociology. This course focuses primarily on research in the areas of second/foreign language acquisition, second/foreign language pedagogy, discourse analysis, and sociopragmatic and sociocultural theory, as well as their relevance to language teaching and learning. We will cover theories and applications from a variety of perspectives, tracing the history of methodologies with special emphasis on those currently in widespread use.