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ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY
Lecturer in Charge: Nguyen

Minh Tam

TEXTBOOKS: 1. Fromkin, Victoria & Robert Rodman, An Introduction to Language 2. Jackson, Howard, Analyzing English 3. Katamba, Francis., Morphology, St. Martins Press, New York REFERENCES: 1. Curme, George O., English Grammar 2. Chalker, Sylvia, Oxford Dictionary of English Grammar 3. Eckersley, C. E. and J. M. Eckersley, A Comprehensive English Grammar for Foreign Students 4. Finch, Geoffrey, Linguistic Terms and Concepts 5. Francis, W. Nelson, The English Language, An Introduction 6. Francis, W. Nelson, The Structure of American English 7. Fries, Charles C., Linguistics: The Study of Language 8. Gleason. H. A., An Introduction to Descriptive Linguistics 9. Hockett, Charles F., A Course in Modern Linguistics 10. Hughes, John P., The Science of Language 11. Jacobs, Roderick A., English Syntax, A Grammar for English Language Professionals 12. Kadler, Eric H., Linguistics and Teaching Foreign Languages 13. Mackwardt, Albert H., American English 14. Pei, Mario, The Story of the English Language 15. Quirk, Randolph & Sidney Greenbaum, A University Grammar of English 16. Richards, J. C., Longman Dictionary of Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics 17. Stevens, Martin and Charles H. Kegel, A Glossary for College English 18. Stryker, Shirley L., Applied Linguistics 19. Sturtevant, Edgar H., An Introduction to Linguistic Science 20. Yule, George, The Study of Language An Introduction WEEK 1 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION TO MORPHOLOGY:
Subject Matter Branches of Morphology: Inflectional & Derivational Morphology CLASSIFICATION OF WORDS: Structure & Classification Simple / Complex / Compound / CompoundComplex Words Identification & Classification of Parts of Speech: Meaning, Form & Function

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PARTS OF SPEECH / WORD CLASSES


CONTENT WORDS / OPEN CLASSES OF WORDS: Nouns / Verbs / Adjectives / Adverbs

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PARTS OF SPEECH / WORD CLASSES


FUNCTION WORDS / CLOSED CLASSES OF WORDS: Syntactic Devices / Noun Determiners / Auxiliaries / Intensifiers

ANALYZING WORDS: MORPHEMES, THE SMALLEST UNITS OF MEANING

ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY TEACHING PLAN

2 Morphemes / Morphs / Allomorphs TYPES OF MORPHEMES: Free & Bound Morphemes; Roots / Stems / Bases / Affixes; Inflectional / Derivational Morphemes; Paradigms & Zero Allomorphs; Superfixes TYPES OF CONDITIONING: Phonological & Morphological PROCESSES OF WORD FORMATION: Affixation: Inflection / Derivation Back Formation Compounding Combining Forms RECAP / MID-TERM TEST (First Session) EXTENSION / MID-TERM TEST (Second Session) PROCESSES OF WORD FORMATION: Reduplication Clipping Blending PROCESSES OF WORD FORMATION: Echoism / Onomatopoeia Coinage / Invention Borrowing Conversion MORPHOPHONEMIC CHANGES: Loss of Phonemes Addition of Phonemes Simple Consonant Change MORPHOPHONEMIC CHANGES: Assimilation Dissimilation Synthesis MORPHOPHONEMIC CHANGES: Change of Syllabic Vowel or Diphthong Stress Shift Gradation Suppletion

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OUTLINE OF ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY REVIEW

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ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY TEACHING PLAN