This eight-week course is intended primarily for students who desire to extend their knowledge and expertise in the linguistic aspects of literacy work, particularly those relating to the development of writing systems and literature for previously unwritten languages.
It is taught in partnership with Wycliffe Bible Translators and SIL International.
Students must have successfully completed a course in Phonetics (as offered in Language and Culture Acquisition) but no other knowledge of linguistics is required.
The course includes:
The course forms part of the Postgraduate Diploma content of our MA Literacy Programme Development.
Linguistics for Literacy forms part of the PGDip stage of MA Literacy Programme Development, which runs from January to May. It can also be studied as a standalone module.
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