Featured course: COGS 312/412, LING 301/401 Second Language Acquisition

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Second language learning is the focus of a vibrant interdisciplinary community of researchers who investigate topics with important impacts on our lives as language users and language learners. This course covers these current theoretical approaches to the research of second language learning and teaching. Through careful review of recent scholarship, reflection on personal experiences in language learning, and course writing/discussion activities, students who take this class will be more prepared for future research on second language learning – and perhaps even more prepared for teaching and learning of additional languages in their own lives.

Modality: Remote-synchronous
For questions about the course, please contact J. Elliott Casal at jec203@case.edu



Summer 2021 featured courses are shared at the request of the instructor.
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