The course has been canceled due to the COVID-19 emergency but will be held in the future, as soon as safety conditions are reestablished.
At the end of the seminars, you will get acquainted with the basic concepts in early bilingualism and crosslinguistic influence in syntax, phonetics and phonology. Further, you will know how to create baseline data for generics and how to come up with an experimental project.
Cross-linguistic influence in early bilingual speakers
Teacher: Prof. Dr. Tanja Kupisch, Univ. of Konstanz
(in collaboration with Michela Redolfi, Univ. of Verona)
Background & History
Myth & facts about bilingualism
Language fusion and the Autonomy Hypothesis
CLI in Syntax
CLI in Phonetics and Phonology
Discussion with Michela Redolfi about the baseline and experiment to create baseline data for generics
Bilingual acquisition outcomes
Acquisition Outcomes in Morpho-syntax and Semantics
How to come up with a project: example of Michela’s adjective project
Acquisition Outcomes in Phonetics and Phonology
Tuesday 10-03-2020 14-17:20 (4 hours) Lab. SMS.1, Santa Marta.
Wednesday 11-03-2020 14-17:20 (4 hours) Lab. SMS.1, Santa Marta.
Tuesday 17-03-2020 14-17:20 (4 Hours) Lab. SMS.1, Santa Marta.
Students who wish to attend the seminars but do not need the credits, are welcome!
Besides (compulsory) attendance of the seminars, you will be also required either to participate in some experimental activity of the research lab LaTeC or to write a short paper on relevant literature.
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