Too often I've been in a meeting where I felt stupid when I couldn't answer a question about the English language. I'm a speech pathologist and native English speaker - shouldn't it be easy for me? No, English is complex and because English has components from Germanic, Latin, French language traditions, it can feel like a hodge-podge of a language (it is!). This course will give you the knowledge and skills to talk about the English language with confidence. WATCH THE VIDEO TO SEE INSIDE THE COURSE AND ALL THE MODULES:
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Here are the main parts of both the English Grammar PDF and the English Linguistics PDF. They are separated to make two halves of the course.
The course is divided into two sections: the grammar section and the linguistics section. The meat of the course is the PDFs that I created over several months. Each PDF has a formal references page detailing where I got all my information.
GRAMMAR GUIDE – Table of Contents:
And the English linguistics section of the course is the second part. It contains a 23 page guidebook and contains 10 videos. Here is the outline of the guidebook:
Even native English speakers struggle to understand the complexities of English grammar and linguistics. If you don’t feel confident, this course will help you feel self-assured about your abilities. If you were never taught about English grammar or linguistics, this course will teach you. Here are some of the objectives of the course:
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Sarah Wu is a (bilingual) speech-language pathologist in her 15th year. She started learning Spanish in 8th grade and didn't stop until she graduated with her bachelors degree in Spanish in 1999 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Later I earned my masters in speech-language pathology from Northwestern University in 2006. Sarah is currently earning a second masters in curriculum and instruction from National Louis University (exp. 2022).
I'm a grammar geek and a linguistics lover! Putting this course together is a passion for me. Become a grammar expert!