Monolingual fieldwork in and beyond the classroom: The Logooli experience at UCLA
Serendipitous discoveries are a hallmark of linguistic fieldwork, especially when it is conducted primarily in the target language. The linguist who listens and converses in the target language is privy to many unanticipated exchanges. Despite this, the primary mode of data collection in graduate linguistic field methods courses is usually translated elicitation. Few field methods instructors train students in the acquisition of competence in the target language. This means that even if...[Show more]
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