Phonetics and phonology

subject

Phonetics

code

694512P

name

Phonetics and phonology

extent

6 cr

timing

semester 2017-18

objective

the student becomes aware of the significance of phonetic and phonological differences in native and target languages

learning outcome

upon completion the student obtains a picture of the fundamental conceptual framework needed in describing the phonetic phenomena of languages, including phonology, phonotactics and morphophonology; the student is able to explain phonological, phonotactical and morphophonological processes

content

fundamentals of phonetics and phonology, phonotactics and morphophonology; phonology in language teaching; basics of Finnish phonological processes

working methods

textbook literature

target group

major and minor language students

prerequisities

completion of the course 694500P An Introduction to phonetics is required

required readings

Clark, Yallop & Fletcher, An Introduction to phonetics and phonology (Chapters 1–11, 422 pages = 130h); Suomi, Toivanen & Ylitalo, Fonetiikan ja suomen äänneopin perusteet (Osa II Johdatus suomen kielen äänneoppiin, 110s = 30h); 

assessment methods

written examination

grading

0–5

responsible person

lecturer in phonetics

other information

     

language of instruction

Finnish / English

 
   

 

Last updated: 23.8.2017