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Help with course assignments
Course guides are created for Linguistics courses that involve research assignments and/or library instruction.
- LING 301 - The Case Study Assignment (updated Oct. 2015)
- LING 323 - Morphology -- the Case Study Assignment (updated Oct. 2015)
- LING 309 - Sociolinguistics (updated Nov. 2017)
- LING 360 - Introduction to Applied Linguistics (updated Feb. 2016)
Linguistics graduate students
- SFU's Research Commons supports graduate students during all stages of the research lifecycle - ideas, partners, proposal writing, research process, and publication - and provides easy access to both physical and virtual research resources.
- Surviving linguistics: a guide for graduate students, c2011. [print]
- Cognitive Science: SFU Library's guide to information resources
- CogPrints. An electronic archive for self-archive papers.
- A journey in languages and cultures : the life of a bicultural bilingual
- Theorizing and analyzing language teacher agency
- World Englishes
- Creating Canadian English : the professor, the mountaineer, and a national variety of English
- Standard Basque and its dialects
- Learning strategy instruction in the language classroom : issues and implementation
- Voice quality : the laryngeal articulator model
- Critical inquiries in the sociolinguistics of globalization
- Because internet : understanding the new rules of language
- Critical perspectives on Global Englishes in Asia : language policy, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
- Northwest voices : language and culture in the Pacific Northwest
- Referential null subjects in Early English
- Learner Corpus research : new perspectives and applications
- Prosodic weight : categories and continua
- The politics of Palestinian multilingualism : speaking for citizenship
- The Sinitic languages : a contribution to Sinological linguistics
- Teaching Chinese as a second language : the way of the learner
- Rethinking TESOL in diverse global settings : the language and the teacher in a time of change