|Course Title||How children talk to each other: Oral and written language|
|Times and Days||M 07:00pm-09:45pm
|Room Location||Trotter Hall 215|
|Additional Course Info|| |
(Cross-listed as EDUC 054)
This course examines children's dialogue and its rendering in children's literature. Each student will pick an age group to study. There will be regular fiction-writing assignments as well as primary research assignments. This course is for linguists and writers of children's fiction and anyone else who is strongly interested in child development or reading skills. It is a course in which we learn through doing. All students are welcome to do a community-service credit in LING 096.