Course Term Offered Topic/Title
ALDS 3903 A Fall 2018

Indigenous Languages in Canada

An overview of the Indigenous languages spoken in Canada, providing an introduction to Indigenous language families in Canada and their linguistic features, Indigenous language education and revitalization, and Indigenous language rights, among other topics.
Prerequisite: ALDS 1001 or permission of the instructor.

Instructor: Christopher Cox

ALDS 3903 C Winter 2019

Beyond the B.A.

Students explore personal and professional transitions from undergraduate to entering the workforce or graduate school. Topics may include career theories, self-assessments, career management and workplace skills, and networking. Both academic and practical work, featuring guests from career specialists, graduate schools, professionals, and employed ALDS graduates.
Prerequisite: 3rd year standing in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies or Linguistics or permission of the instructor.

Instructor: Beth MacLeod

LING 3009 A Fall 2018

Third-Year Korean I

Development of advanced fluency in Korean language, and expansion of knowledge of Korean culture. Stress is on reading, composition, grammatical complexities, and intense oral practice. Compulsory attendance. NOTE: This course does not count toward the Linguistics Major or Minor.
Prerequisite: grade of C or higher in KORE 2020 or LANG 2020 (if offered in Winter term 2017), or permission of the School.

Instructor: Hyoun Jeong Yoo

LING 3009 B Winter 2019

Third-Year Korean II

Further development of advanced communicative skills, through study of contemporary Korea and popular culture. Participation in situational conversations related to social and cultural issues. Compulsory attendance. NOTE: This course does not count toward the Linguistics Major or Minor.
Prerequisite: grade of C or higher in LING 3009A (if offered Fall 2018).

Instructor: Hyoun Jeong Yoo

ALDS 4906 A / LING 4009 B Winter 2019

Language in the Legal Domain

An exploration of language in the legal domain — as reflected in trademark cases; the interpretation of statutes, contracts, and other legal documents; and courtroom and other “legal” interactions — and the role that linguistic (including discourse) analysis can plan in the study of this language.
Prerequisite: 3rd year standing in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies or Linguistics, and LING 1001.

Instructor: TBA

LING 4009 A Winter 2019

Semantic Variation and Social Meaning

This course will cover topics in: (i) semantic variation and change, (ii) social meaning, and (iii) other forms of non-at-issue meaning in language. The emphasis of this course will be on these three aspects of linguistic meaning and their interface with formal semantics.
Prerequisite: LING 3505.

Instructor: Ai Taniguchi