Toros University

ENGLISH TRANSLATION PROGRAM

COURSE OUTLINE

COURSE INFORMATION
Year 2019-2020           
Semester Spring
Course Code MTB 104
Course Title Pattern Structures
Instructor Asst.Prof.Dr. Gülsüm Atasoy Kolbaşı

 

Objective of the course: This course aims to raise awareness of the students on the patterns and structures that are regularly associated with particular lexical items and that contribute to their meaning in languages.

DATE TOPIC ASSIGNMENT/READING
28/30.01.2020 Introduction: A discourse Perspective on Grammar Biber, et.al. (2002:1-10)

Biber, et.al. workbook (2002:7-10)

4/6.02.2020 Words and word classes Biber, et.al. (2002:12-36)

Biber, et.al. workbook (2002:11-16)

11/13.02.2020 Words and word classes Biber, et.al. (2002:12-36)

Biber, et.al. workbook (2002:11-16)

18/20.02.2020 Introduction to phrases and clauses Biber, et.al. (2002:37-48)

Biber, et.al. workbook (2002:17-20)

25/27.02.2020 Introduction to phrases and clauses Biber, et.al. (2002:37-48)

Biber, et.al. workbook (2002:17-20)

3/5.03.2020 What a pattern is Hunston and Francis (1996: 37-66)
10/12.03.2020 What a pattern is Hunston and Francis (1996: 37-66)
17/19.03.2020 Patterns and meaning Hunston and Francis (1996: 83-108)
24/26.03.2020 Midterm exam
31/2.04.2020 Patterns and meaning Hunston and Francis (1996: 83-108)
7/9.04.2020 Grammar Patterns, Local Grammars and Evaluation Hunston (2011: 119-150)
14/16.04.2020 Grammar Patterns, Local Grammars and Evaluation Hunston (2011: 119-150)
21/23.04.2020 Grammar Patterns, Local Grammars and Evaluation Hunston (2011: 119-150)
28/1.05.2020 Review  

 

NOTES: MAY 6: Mid-term paper submission

MAY 12, Final paper submission 

Course Book

Biber, D., Conrad, D., Leech, G. (2002). Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English. London: Longman.

Biber, D., Conrad, D., Leech, G. (2002). Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English- Workbook. London: Longman

Hunston, S.  and Francis, G. (1996). Pattern Grammar. Amsterdam: John Benjamin’s Publishing.

Hunston, S. (2011). Corpus Approaches to Evaluation. New York: Taylor&Francis

 

STUDENT REQUIREMENTS                             

  • Assignments should be prepared in accordance with the Department’s Assignment, Research Paper and Thesis (A.R.T.) Preparation Guide.
  • It is the student’s responsibility to practice the highest standards of academic honesty. Cheating, plagiarism and any other form of academic dishonesty will not be tolerated.  
  • Assignments submitted later than the indicated dates are not accepted. Deadlines should strictly be followed.