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Program Sarjana
Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
UNIVERSITAS SYIAH KUALA

PENGENALAN LINGUISTIK (INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS)


UNIT CODE AND TITLE ............ : INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS
DIVISION/INSTITUTION Program Sarjana, Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
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VENUE Kampus Sarjana UNSYIAH, Darussalam,
Banda Aceh
MODE OF OFFER: In-campus, full time
DATES & DURATION ................................... 2012
YEAR(S) OF OFFER Yearly, commencement 2012
CREDIT POINTS 2 Credit point
UNIT CO-ORDINATOR
Name Abdul Gani Asyik, M.A., Ph.D
(qualification & university): Ph.D. in Linguistics (University of Michigan,
USA).
M.A in Linguistics (University of Michigan,
USA).
Diploma in The Teaching of English Overseas.
(Leeds University.UK
Bachelor (Drs.) English Department. (IKIP
Malang, Indonesia).

Position Senior Lecturer


Division English Department
Institution Syiah Kuala University
Address c/o Program Sarjana, Program Studi Pendidikan
Bahasa Inggris, Universitas Syiah Kuala,
Darussalam, Banda Aceh.

TEACHING TEAM/ 1.Abdul Gani Asyik, M.A.,Ph.D


ASSESSMENT PANEL Ph.D. in Linguistics (University of Michigan,
MEMBERS USA).
M.A in Linguistics (University of Michigan,
USA).
Diploma in The Teaching of English Overseas.
(Leeds University.UK
Bachelor (Drs.) English Department. (IKIP
Malang, Indonesia).

2. Ika Apriani Fata, M.Hum.


M.Hum in Linguistics (University of Indonesia,
Depok).
Bachelor (S.Pd.) English Department (State
Islamic University, Jakarta, Indonesia).
Bachelor (S.Psi.) in Psychology (PROF.Hamka
University, Jakarta, Indonesia :on going).

CONTACT (Unit Tel :


Coordinator): H/P: +62852.6096.1520
Fax: -
Email: -
PREREQUISITES & CO- -
REQUISITES

INCOMPATIBLES (if any) -


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2 AIMS
The aim of this course is to give students basic knowledge on linguistics covering
that concepts of language, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, language
change, language varieties and language families. Students are required to do
exercises and write summary.

3 OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of this course students should be able to:
3.1 Explain the concepts of language
3.2 Explain how speech sounds are produced and how they are classified;
3.3 Explain the concepts of phonology and perform simple phonological analysis.
3.4 Explain the concepts of morphology
3.5 Explain the concepts of syntax
3.6 Explain the changes that languages undergo, varieties of language and
describe some main language families of the world.

4 CONTENT

Topics to be addressed in the course include:

Topics Brief description Contact hour


Introduction
Basic course outline explanation
Agreement
4.1 Describing prescribed texts used 2x50
Scorings system
Task or exercises explanation to be
addressed during the course

Chapter 1
Language
4.2 Definition 2x50
An initial look at language
Linguistics subsystem

4.3 Phonetics
Definition 2x50
Articulatory phonetics
Places of articulation
Manners of articulation
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Illustration of articulator
Exercise/summary

Phonology
Definition
Phonemes
4.4 Rules of phonology 2x50
English stress and intonation
Exercise/summary

4.5 The morpheme


Description of morpheme
2x50
Differences of some morphemes

4.6 Comparing samples of a language
Fixed order of morphemes
Affixes 2x50

4.7 Types of morpheme


Complex lexical item
Compound 2x50
idioms

4.8 MID TERM TEST


2x50
4.9 Outline of English morphology
English parts of speech
Allomorphs 2x50

4.10 The sentence patterns of language


Rules of syntax
Constituent structure 2x50
Structure tree

4.11 Phrase-structure rules


Transformational Rules
Exercise 2x50
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4.12 Language change


Borrowing
Effects of Borrowing 2x50

4.13 Internal change


Rules of changes
The diversity of language 2x50
Dialects

4.14 Sociolinguistics
The standard language
Black English 2x50
Lingua Franca
Pidgins and Creol

4.15 Semiotics
Some languages and language
families 2x50
Most important language family

4.16 FINAL TEST

5 ASSESSMENT
Assessment Weight Brief description
5 % Attendance The presence of class is valued on the
following formula: (100/16) x number of
attendance x 5%.
15% Quizzes Quizz on some given topics in the essay
format.

20% summary and Summary and exercise during the course


exercise

25% Mid-term test Test covers studied topics.

35% Final project Test covers studied topics

6. PRESCRIBED TEXTS
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Main Books:
Dictate. Introduction to Linguistics.
Crowley, Terry. 1997. An Introduction To Historical Linguistics. New York :Oxford
University Press
Fasold, Ralph and Linton,Connor,.Jeff. 2006. An Introduction To Language And
Linguistics. UK: Cambridge University Press.
Newmeyer, Frederick. 1986. Linguistics Theory In America. United
Kingdom:Academic Press Inc.
Fromkin and Rodman. 1988. An Introduction to Language.new York:holt rineherat
and Winston inc.
Gleason. An Introduction To Descriptive Linguistics
Langacker. Language And Its Structure.
Nirmala sari,An Introduction To Linguistics. Depdikbud, Jakarta, P2LPTK. 1998
Samsuri. Analisis Bahasa. Erlangga, Jakarta, 1994