Sounds and Structures of the English Language 2006

Course Description

2006 Sounds and Structures of the English Language is an in-depth introduction to the sound-system, intonation and grammar of the language, where individual themes will be studied in greater detail. Attention will also be given to how the subject can best be taught to others.

Assessment Methods

Continuous assessment during the course will include tests and/or assignments, which will constitute 40% of the final grade. The final examination (oral or written) will count for 60%. Students must achieve passing marks in both the continuous assessment and the final examination in order to earn a final passing grade.

Minor adjustments may occur during the academic year, subject to the decision of the Dean

Publisert av / forfatter Kristin Midtbø <>,Øystein Heggelun <>, last modified Eline Flesjø - 10/02/2012