3

Course Title

GENERAL LINGUISTICS

Course Code

DLNN230238

Credit

3

Program Level

Overview

This course is designed for second-year English-majored university students and aims at equipping them with fundamental knowledge about the nature of human languages; the relationship between language and culture; basic understandings related to grammar, phonetics, lexicon, semantics and pragmatics. As a result, students can actively implement this knowledge to have further insights into learning and research about their mother tongue as well as their major or minor language.

In addition, this course also focuses on helping students shape and consolidate several active learning skills such as researching, public speaking and teamwork.

Course Title

JAPANESE 1

Course Code

JAPN130138

Credit

3

Program Level

Overview

The course is designed for the second-year English major students in the third semester  in order to introduce new language as the second language. This course aims at enhancing students’ Japanese communication ability at elementary level. In Addition, the course also provides the students with familiar topics related to self-introduction, greetings, family, etc.

Course Title

ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY AND LEXICOLOGY

Course Code

MOLX230236

Credit

3

Program Level

Overview

The Morphology and Lexicology course provides students with basic concepts of words - the internal structure of words, how they are formed, their relationship to other words, and how they make up English vocabulary. The study of morphology and lexicology helps students comprehend the systematic ways in which the English words operate. By the end of this course, students will be able to guess the grammatical functions and meaning of words, support students in learning a language and utilize words effectively in communication.

Course Title

ENGLISH PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY

Course Code

PHON120136

Credit

2

Program Level

Overview

The module provides learners with the basic knowledge of English phonetics and phonology