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LINGUISTICS 191/291 - STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Linguistics and the Teaching of English
as a Second/Foreign Language

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Linguistics 191/291 - Winter Quarter 2018
Mondays and Wednesdays 3:30-5:20
160-322

This class offers a foundation in approaches and techniques for the teaching of English as a second or foreign language from the perspective of linguistics and language acquisition research. Though the perspective is theory and research based, this is not a course about research. It is rather about how to use research and generalizations derived from it to inform teaching practice.

Instructor: Phil Hubbard
Office: 260-302G
Office Hours:  TBA
Phone: 725-1557
email: phubbard@stanford.edu
 

Instructor: Connie Rylance
Office: 260-231
Office Hours:  TBA
Phone: 723-0365
email: connie@stanford.edu

 

 


For more information on ESL at Stanford, see the English for Foreign Students Program


Last modified: January 1, 20178 by Phil Hubbard