SCHEDULE (TENTATIVE)
 

DATE

TOPIC PROJECT (DATE ASSIGNED) READINGS (BEFORE CLASS)
T JAN 10

Introduction .

(Profile)  

GENERAL METHODOLOGY

Th 12 Overview / methodology Using the BYU corpora Hunston 1-24, 213-16
T 17 Structured corpora   Lee (Routledge): 107-20
Th 19 Structured corpora What is available for your area of interest? Davies (Cambridge 2015)
T 24 Unstructured corpora (text archives)   Davies (Cambridge 2015)
Th 26 Unstructured corpora (Web) Web as Corpus Biber, Egbert, Davies (2015)

TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

T 31 Corpus design and construction   Hunston 25-37
Th FEB 2 Corpus creation Corpus design / creation  
T 7 Annotation   Hunston 79-96
Th 9 Concordances (AntConc, WordSmith) Concordances (COCA, AntConc) Hunston 38-66
T 14 Collocates   Hunston 68-79, 137-49
Th 16 Phraseology Collocates Moon (Routledge): 197-211
T 21 NO CLASS: MONDAY INSTRUCTION    
Th 23 Single texts / small corpora (Voyant) (Summary of presentation)  
T 28* Frequency lists (AntConc, Range)   Hunston 67-68, 97-101
Davies / Gardner (CH 1)
Th MAR 2 Keyword lists (Wordle) Keywords  

APPLICATIONS

T

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Lexicography.   Hunston 96-109
Th 9 Grammar: descriptive Dictionary entry Conrad: 227-39
T 14 Grammar: prescriptive   Hunston 149-57
Th 16* Variation: genres Grammar: genre/dialectal variation Hunston 157-69
Gardner and Davies 2014
T 21 Historical I   Davies (Corpora, 2012)
T 23 Historical II Historical  Davies (IJCL: 2014)
T 28 Discourse analysis / stylistics   Hunston 109-23, 128-30
Th 30 Discourse analysis: LDS GenConf Discourse / stylistics
LDS General Conference
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T 4 (Meet to discuss final project)    
Th 6 NO CLASS (Half page overview of final project)  
T 11 Corpora and the Law   Mouritsen 2010
Th 13 Teaching_ (Work on final project) Hunston 170-197, 198-213
T 18 Multilingual corpora (+ presentations)    
F 21 Turn in take-home final (+ presentations) (8-10 AM)