Demonstrate knowledge of language structure, analytical techniques of linguistics, and linguistic theory in core and applied areas of linguistics.
Be able to produce linguistic artifacts (e.g. analyses of grammars, grammatical subsystems, lexicons, computer programs, building corpora with digital tools, experiments) that draw on knowledge of core and applied areas of linguistics and linguistic theories.
We compared in the fall 2021 assesment meeting, different examples of artifacts, and how well those artifacts communicated analyses. There was a wide range of different types of artifacts, which were successful overall in helping to argue for an analysis.
Be able to effectively communicate findings of linguistic analyses or research in writing and speaking.
We conducted comparative analyses of different types of linguistic artifacts' ability to contribute to analyses.