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Linguistics course resources

"Words use us as much as we use words." -- Laurence J. Peter

Linguistics was team-taught at Southern Nazarene University by Howard Culbertson and Carolyn Waterman from the English department. It could be taken for credit as an English course or as a world missions course given that communication is a branch of Cultural Anthropology.

Linguistics was offered at SNU about every two years.

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How to cite internet sources in your papers

Writing
Standards
Most courses at SNU contain a writing component.
I expect students to produce written work that is focused, well developed, organized and relatively free of grammatical, punctuation, and spelling errors.
Papers falling short of this standard will not be graded. That work will be returned to the students for further revision and resubmission.
See my writing checklist.

     -- Howard Culbertson


Professor/student contract   Improving your written assignments   Listening to boring lectures   Getting good grades

Ruining short-term missions trips   Spending a year overseas as a volunteer missionary   Ten ways to avoid becoming a missionary   PowerPoint presentations   Nazarene Missions Internationa (NMI) resources

Tempted to cheat on some schoolwork? Before you do, read SNU's academic integrity policy

World missions course materials and syllabi

Cultural Anthropology    Introduction to Missions    Linguistics    Missions Strategies    Modern Missionary Movement (History of  Missions)    Nazarene Missions    Church Growth and Christian Missions    Theology of Missions    Traditional Religions    World Religions
 
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