Semester Course Description Role and Responsibilities
Fall 2017 Ling 461: Linguistics of Sign Languages An advanced, semester-length course for linguistics majors, focusing on the theoretical, cognitive, neural, and social aspects of sign languages,through the study of ASL. Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Fall 2017 Ling 471: Selected Topics in Linguistics An advanced, semester-length course for linguistics majors, focusing on developing a theoretical understanding of various linguistic phenomena and their application in an unfamiliar language. Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Fall 2017 LIN 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory,
at Princeton University
A semester-length course focusing on all theoretical and applied subfields of Linguistics. Preceptor to Christiane Fellbaum.
Responsible for lecturing and grading in four precepts.
Spring 2015 Ling 101: Introduction to Language An introductory course in Linguistics with a focus on theory for 8 weeks, and on applied linguistics for 6 weeks. Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Fall 2014 Ling 101: Introduction to Language Same as above. Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Summer 2014 Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory An intensive 8-week, 4 days-per-week course course focusing on all theoretical subfields of Linguistics.
A core-curriculum requirement for Linguistics majors.
Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Spring 2014 Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory Same as above, but over a 14-week semester period.
A core-curriculum requirement for Linguistics majors.
Instructor.
Complete planning and execution of the course: syllabus, modules, lectures, exams and assignments, grading.
Fall 2013 Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory Same as above, but over a 14-week semester period.
A core-curriculum requirement for Linguistics majors.
T.A. to Veneeta Dayal.
Teaching my own recitation section, helping with making exams and assignments, grading.