Psycholinguistic Aspects of Bilingualism Methods in Research on Bilingualism – an Overview, Second Cycle, 7.5 credits The course provides advanced knowledge of the main research questions, methods and results in bilingualism research.
Where the Director of Graduate Studies is the main supervisor, the Head of School will act as chair.
By week 6 of the first semester after the student’s registration, this committee will have produced a written document for the student’s file, outlining work which the student is expected to have completed by the end of the first year (two years in the case of part-time students), such as a review of the literature on their chosen topic, and a report on their pilot study.
It highlights second language and bilingualism research, growth and development.
Key theories, questions and methods are exemplified and discussed.