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A Contemporary Account of Style in Sociolinguistics
A powerpoint which explores the study of Style in Sociolinguistics. It considers the different approaches to Style that have been used and give examples from relevant studies.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Acoustic Phonetics I
Introduction to acoustic phonetics. Basic concepts.

Shared with the World by Dr Zoe L Handley

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Ethics and the Observer's Paradox
A workshop exercise which explores the ethical implications of Sociolinguistic research.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Family Resemblance Exercise
The exercise allows students to experiment with the concepts of prototype, goodness of example and family resemblance through the category of 'bird.'

Shared with the World by Dr Carolin Esser

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Introducing Sociolinguistics
A powerpoint which introduces the discipline of Sociolinguistics, explaining the type of work undertaken by sociolinguists and the background to the field.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Language Unlimited (Why Study Linguistics?)
This PowerPoint presentation was created by the LLAS Centre and is intended to be used as a promotional tool for encouraging young learners to consider linguistics at university. It can be used for visits to schools or at University open days.

Shared with the World by Alison Dickens

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Language of Contemporary Science
A powerpoint that explores some of the linguistic features of contemporary science writing.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Linguistics and TESOL
This collection showcases some of the resources in HumBox relating to linguistics and TESOL

Shared with the World by Alison Dickens

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Meaning of the term 'Gender'
A powerpoint which explores how Sociolinguists have studied Gender. It explores the meaning of the term 'gender' and compares the findings of Variationist and Interactional studies.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Phonetics for Students of Modern Languages
A course in phonetics for students of French, German and Spanish. Contains exercises.

Shared with the World by Alison Dickens

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Professorial Lecture: Professor Craig Brandist - Science and Ideology in Early Soviet Linguistic Theory
Professorial Lecture on 'Science and Ideology in Early Soviet Linguistic Theory', by Professor Craig Brandist, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, given Wednesday 28 January 2009.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Professorial Lecture: Professor Neil Bermel - Up an Orthographic Tree: Language Ideologies in Czech Spelling Reform
Professorial Lecture on 'Up an Orthographic Tree: Language Ideologies in Czech Spelling Reform', by Professor Neil Bermel, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, given Wednesday 11 June 2008.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Professorial Lecture: Professor Neil Bermel - Up an Orthographic Tree: Language Ideologies in Czech Spelling Reform
Professorial Lecture on 'Up an Orthographic Tree: Language Ideologies in Czech Spelling Reform', by Professor Neil Bermel, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, given Wednesday 11 June 2008.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Social Groups and Social Networks
A powerpoint which explores how Sociolinguists have studied language variation in small, local groups. It explores the concepts of Social Network and Community of Practice and examines work undertaken using these methodologies.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Social and Linguistic Variation
A workshop exercise which can be used to explore the interaction between linguistic variables and social factors such as social class and style.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Social and Linguistic variation: Dealing with Data
A workshop exercise which involves a very basic quantitative analysis of social and linguistic variation. It requires students to analyse an extract of data, identify variants, quantify them and analyse patterns of variation in a larger dataset. Note: This resource contains occasional swear words.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Sounds of English - Making Sounds
A lecture summary and powerpoint for the first lecture on the first-year module Sounds of English. The lecture is an introduction to the anatomy and physiology of speech. Also see http://www.shef.ac.uk/ipa/ for a website demonstrating the International Phonetic Alphabet created by Andrew Linn and Sandra Whiteside.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Syntax and Morphology LA 11
Level 4 English Language course on Syntax and Morphology. This forms part of a series of interactive learning activities that complement lecture and seminar delivery methods and work as continuous assessment. To see the nature of this resource please preview the word document.

Shared with the World by Dr Matthew Sauvage

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Syntax and Morphology LA 2
Level 4 English Language course on Syntax and Morphology. This forms part of a series of interactive learning activities that complement lecture and seminar delivery methods and work as continuous assessment. To see the nature of this resource please preview the word document.

Shared with the World by Dr Matthew Sauvage

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Syntax and Morphology LA 3
Level 4 English Language course on Syntax and Morphology. This forms part of a series of interactive learning activities that complement lecture and seminar delivery methods and work as continuous assessment. To see the nature of this resource please preview the word document.

Shared with the World by Dr Matthew Sauvage

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TESOL & Applied Linguistics research video webcasts
This website: www.tesolacademic.org provides free video webcasts from leaders in the field and other researchers who talk about their work its impact on language pedagogy. Keynote contributors include David Little, Amy Tsui, David Nunan and Keith Johnson.

Shared with the World by Mr Huw Jarvis

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The Languages of Europe
Word Document - Plotting the Linguistic Map of Europe. an annotated list of the languages spoken in Europe, giving information on language relationships, the places where the languages are used, their status. the alphabet(s) used and (not in all instances) the number of speakers. Used as a handout

Shared with the World by Ms Claire Monaghan

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Traditional Studies of Social Class and Style
A powerpoint which explores how Sociolinguists have traditionally studied Social Class and Style. It considers how Sociolinguistic work differs from Dialectology and examines the concept of the Speech Community.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Undertaking a basic variationist analysis
A powerpoint which provides guidance on how to undertake a basic quantitative sociolinguistic study.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Using online dialect resources
A powerpoint which explores the dialect resources available on line. These resources can be used by students to complete assessments exploring different varieties of British English.

Shared with the World by Dr Matt Phillpott

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Introduction to Forensic Linguistics

Shared with the University by Dr Alison J Johnson

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