eng250 | undergraduate
History Of The English Language
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Ã ngliscgÃ©ogÃ©are (Old English)
- Identify associations between Old English and Present-Day English.
- Discuss the Christianization of England and its association to language development.
- Trace the development of Old English, as influenced by invasions and cultural events.
- Apply the systematic attributes of language to Old English.
Meddel Engles (Middle English)
- Trace the establishment of Middle English.
- Apply the systematic attributes of language to Middle English.
- Identify associations between Middle English and Present-Day English.
- Discuss literature in the Middle Ages.
Early Modern English
- Trace the impact of cultural and industrial influences on Early Modern English.
- Apply the systematic attributes of language to Early Modern English.
- Identify associations between Early Modern English and Present-Day English.
- Recognize that there are different ways to speak English, depending on the audience.
Prsnt-Day Engl. LOL :-) TTYL! (Present Day English)
- Trace the ongoing development of English.
- Apply the systematic attributes of language to Present-Day English.
- Identify associations between dialects of English as a native language.
- Discuss the cultural importance of English as the language of the world.
The Birth of Language
- Define the systemic attributes of language.
- Describe the interplay between written and spoken language.
- Explain the changes that distinguish the Germanic languages from the other Indo-European languages.
- Discuss language in the ancient Americas.
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