Practical Guide to the Study of Linguistics and Philology

Practical Guide to the Study of Linguistics and Philology
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An Introduction to TPT-ians
This is a Practical Guide to the Study of Linguistics and Philology. Each essay of the e-book can be read separately or dipped into for information or guidance. In this first edition I’ve added some relevant topics of linguistics and philology. I’ve also tried to revise the topics according to its exam or teaching demands. I shall be happy if the e-book comes to help the students / teachers and the researchers for whom it is written.
Contents:
1.Title: How Did Language Originate?
2. Title: Main Features of Old English Language
Sub Topics: Birth of English
Key Words: Old English, West Germanic, Saxons, Angles, Jutes,
Regional dialects
3.Title: Analysis of Middle English Romances with key Basic Points.
Sub Topics: How Far Middle English Romances are fantasies in which the authors make the fullest use of their imagination and fancy and create an ideal world?
Key Words: Middle English Romances, Imagination and Fancy, Essay Writing, Old English Epic Versification
4.Title: Title: How to make an engaging class for Understanding the Difference between American English and British English?
Sub Topics: American English and British English - A Comparative Study
Key Words: Understanding the Difference, American English, British English, Comparative Study
5.Title: Latin Loan Words in English Language
Sub topic: A College Lecture on various foreign borrowing that is
instrumental in the development of the English vocabulary.
Keywords: language formation, borrowing, word-formation, English language, English vocabulary, Celtic, Greek, French, Scandinavian, Latin loans, enrichment of English language
6.Title: Biblical influence on English Language
7.Title: Grimm – Verner’s Law --Law of first Consonant Sift
8.Title: T. S. Eliot’s influence upon Modern Literary Criticism
Sub Topics: Unification of Sensibility and Dissociation of Sensibility
Key Words: Unification of sensibility, T. S.Eliot , Metaphysical poets Elizabethan,Jacobean dramatists, ,Donne, images
,Shakespeare, Middleton , Webster, Dryden, Milton , Criticism
9.Title: Humanism: Crosscurrents of Major European Intellectual Thoughts
Sub Topics: Humanism broadly defined as an attitude that emphasizes the dignity and worth of the individual
Key Words: truth of the human condition, social ,political thought, major European intellectual thought, socialism, religiosity
10.Title: Merits and Demerits of Translation Method in Teaching English as a Second Language
Sub Topics: four specific aim of teaching English at the school stage:
1.To understand spoken English.
2. To speak English
3. To understand written English
4. To write English.
Key Words: school level, ability to understand, spoken English, conversation, understand English spoken by the native speakers, TEFL
11.Title: Key Factors of Word Formation in English Language
Sub Topics: most common ways by which new words are formed and added to the English vocabulary
Key Words: Word formation, English, Compounding, Clipping,
Derivation, Back-formation, Conversion, Blending, Foreign
Borrowings, Author’s contribution
12.Title: Title: Keys To Syllabification
Sub Topics: Various Rules Of Syllabification
13.Title: General Rules Of Accentuation
14.Title: Literature Reflects the Spirit of the Age
Sub topic: History is the Biography of a Nation while Literature
is its Autobiography
Keywords: Biography, Literature, Autobiography, Spirit of the
Age, time-spirit
15.Title: Timeline of Old English Literature (up to 1300)
Sub Topics: History of Old English Literature: The publication
dates of works of literature in the context of important
historical, social, and cultural events; Poets’ Biography; English
Rulers (Old English Period); Short Questions covering Old
English Period
Key Words: History, Old English Literature, Rulers, Poets, Short
Questions, Quiz
16.Title: History of English Literature-The Revival of Learning (1450-1550)
17.Title: History of English Literature--The Birth of Modern English Literature (1890-1918)
18.Title: History of English Literature in the Inter – War years (1918-39)
19.Title: Title: Origin of 50 Common English Words Philologically Analyzed
Key Words: Philology, Origin of English Words, Vocabulary
20.Title: PHILOLOGICAL DICTIONARY: 50 MISCELLANEOUS TERMS


Ardhendu De
Assistant Teacher
Patrahati Ramratan High School (Higher Secondary) Makarkole, Onda, Bankura, West Bengal,
India, Pin: 722144
E Mail: ardh.de@gmail.com ; Blog: www.ardhendude.blogspot.com
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