Equivalent Courses (Exclusion List)

Course Code and Title Exclusions Description
St. George UTSC UTM
JAL353H1
Conversational Structures [36L]
    JAL353H5 An introduction to the detailed observation of ordinary conversational interaction, and to some of the main ways in which such interaction is organized. The focus is on developing the capacity to discern orderliness in the details of everyday interaction, and beginning independent research in this area. (Given by the Departments of Anthropology and Linguistics)
JAL355H1
Language and Gender [24L]
  LINC28H3 JAL355H5 An introduction to some of the principal questions of feminist theory, as viewed from sociolinguistics. Topics include: socialization into gendered discourse patterns, cultural and ethnic differences in gendered interactions; the role of language and gender in legal, medical and labour settings; multilingualism, migration, imperialism and nationalism; sexuality, desire and queer linguistics, language, gender and globalization.
JAL401H1
Field Linguistics [48P]
  LIND46H3   Practice in language analysis based on elicited data from a native speaker of a foreign language, emphasizing procedures and techniques. (Given by the Departments of Anthropology and Linguistics)
JLP315H1
Language Acquisition [36L]
  PLIC24H3 PSY315H5 Infants’ abilities at birth, prelinguistic development, the first words, phonological, syntactic and semantic development. Social variables influencing development of language, bilingualism, models of development, language play. (Sponsored by the Departments of Linguistics and Psychology, but administered solely by the Department of Linguistics)
JLP374H1
Psychology of Language [36L]
  PLIC55H3 PSY374H5, LIN258H5 Human and other animal communication, structure of human language, word meaning and semantic memory, psychological studies of syntax, bilingualism, language and thought, language errors and disorders. (Sponsored by the Departments of Linguistics and Psychology, but administered solely by the Department of Linguistics)
JLS472H1
Child Language Disorders [36L]
  PLID56H3   Students are introduced to the etiologies and characteristics of speech and language disorders in children, associated with autism, intellectual disabilities, and specific language impairment. Theoretical underpinnings of the major intervention approaches for children with speech and langauge disorders are discussed. (Given by the Departments of Linguistics and Speech Language Pathology)
JLS473H1
Adult Speech and Language Disorders [36L]
  PLID55H3   Students are introduced to the etiologies and characteristics of speech and language disorders in adults, associated with aphasia, neurodegenerative disorders, and head injuries. The effects of communication handicaps on the individual and theoretical underpinnings of the major intervention approaches for adults are discussed. (Given by the Departments of Linguistics and Speech Language Pathology)
LIN100Y1
Introduction to General Linguistics [48L/24T]
LIN101H1, LIN102H1 LINA01H3, LINA02H3 LIN101H5, LIN102H5, LIN200H5 Offered for the last time in Summer 2016. Lectures on fundamental principles with illustrations from English and from a broad spectrum of other languages. Practice in elementary analytic techniques.
LIN101H1
Introduction to Linguistics: Sound Structure [24L/12T]
LIN100Y1 LINA01H3, LINA02H3 LIN101H5 Fundamental principles of linguistics with particular attention to sound structure and its acquisition, processing, and variation; practice in elementary analytic techniques using data from a broad spectrum of languages.
LIN102H1
Introduction to Linguistics: Sentence Structure and Meaning [24L/12T]
LIN100Y1 LINA01H3, LINA02H3 LIN102H5 Fundamental principles of linguistics with particular attention to sentence and meaning structure, their acquisition, processing, and variation; practice in elementary analytic techniques using data from a broad spectrum of languages
LIN200H1
Introduction to Language [24L/12T]
LIN101H1, LIN102H1, ANT253H1   LIN200H5 A general‐interest course on language. Possible topics include: the structure of language; how language changes over time, the social and psychological aspects of language, language and culture, the origin of language, writing systems, and language acquisition. (This course cannot be used as an entrance to programs in linguistics, and cannot be used as a prerequisite to any linguistics courses unless otherwise indicated.)
LIN203H1
English Words [24L/12T]
  LGGB18H3 LIN203H5 English has a rich vocabulary. We will learn how it has developed over time, and investigate aspects of the meaning and pronunciation of words. Most of all, we will study how words are put together, so that students will be able to recognize and analyze unfamiliar words.
LIN204H1
English Grammar [24L/12T]
  LINB18H3 LIN204H5 How the English language works: students analyze a wide variety of English grammatical structures and learn how they vary across dialects and change through time.
LIN228H1
Phonetics [24L/12T]
  LINB09H3 LIN228H5 Investigation of the sounds most commonly used in languages from an articulatory and acoustic point of view, with practice in their recognition and production. Students will learn the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) and practice transcribing a wide variety of speech sounds.
LIN229H1
Sound Patterns in Language [24L/12T]
  LINB04H3 LIN229H5 The nature and organization of phonological systems, with practical work in analysis.
LIN232H1
Syntactic Patterns in Language [24L/12T]
  LINB06H3 LIN232H5 The nature and organization of syntactic systems; their relation to semantic systems and the linguistic organization of discourse; practical work in analysis.
LIN241H1
Introduction to Semantics [24L/12T]
  LINC12H3 LIN247H5 An introduction to meaning within linguistics and the interpretation of language in context. Topics include logical and semantic relations, pragmatic concepts such as presupposition and implicature, the nature of thematic roles, quantifiers and scope relations, the expressions of temporal and modal relations in natural language.
LIN251H1
Introduction to Sociolinguistics [24L/12T]
  LINB20H3 LIN256H5 How does linguistic variation construct identity? Introduction to recent sociolinguistic literature on language contact, multilingualism, code‐switching, expressions of ethnic solidarity and regional identity, sex and gender differentiation, dialect geography, sociophonetics, perceptual dialectology, diffusion of norms in mobile populations, documentation of variation in lesser studied languages, and changes across the life‐span.
LIN305H1
Quantitative Methods in Linguistics [36L]
  LINB29H3   Principles of research design, data collection, and a wide variety of statistical techniques for research in various subfields of linguistics.
LIN306H1
Language Diversity and Language Universals [24L]
  LINB13H3   This course examines cross‐linguistic typological features found in the languages of the world. Special attention is given to describing morphological and syntactic patterns found cross‐linguistically. The goal of the course is to draw on the range of variation in order to uncover language universals. (Not offered every year)
LIN322H1
Phonological Theory [36L]
  LINC02H3   Basic issues in current phonological theory. Problems focusing on analysis and theory. (Students who want to pursue graduate studies in linguistics are strongly advised to include this course in their program.)
LIN323H1
Acoustic Phonetics [24L]
    LIN328H5 Introduction to the acoustics of the vocal tract, including acoustic properties of speech and its analysis using instrumental techniques.
LIN331H1
Syntactic Theory [36L]
  LINC11H3 LIN331H5 An introduction to the foundations and formal framework of current generative grammar, concentrating on Chomsky's Minimalist theory. (Students who want to pursue graduate studies in linguistics are strongly advised to include this course in their program.)
LIN333H1
Morphological Patterns in Language [36L]
LIN231H1   LIN231H5 The nature and organization of morphological systems, with practical work in analysis.
LIN341H1
Semantic Theory [36L]
  LINC12H3   The study of natural language semantics and the relation between interpretation and syntactic structure. Topics include predication and quantification, scope and anaphora, problems of discourse analysis, the interpretation of different types of pronouns, and ellipsis.
LIN409H1
Structure of a Specific Language [24L]
  LINC61H3   Topics may include: the phonological, morphological, syntactic, and semantic systems; the writing system; a brief diachronic sketch; variation and sociolinguistic aspects. (Not offered every year).
LIN423H1
Phonetic Analysis [36S]
  LIND09H3   This course provides students with hands‐on experience with main methods of linguistic phonetic (acoustic and articulatory) analysis through project‐based group work and training in writing up experimental results.
LIN481H1
Introduction to Analysis and Argumentation [36L]
    LIN481H5 Argumentation, practice in constructing and evaluating hypotheses, and critical evaluation of representative articles. Emphasis on the structure of arguments rather than on the analysis of a particular language.