1 Introduction: The Problem of Language Learning
2 Learnability
3 Input
4 Principles and Parameters: X-Bar Theory, Theta Roles Phrase Structure
5 Principles and Parameters Continued: Including Verb Movement
6 Early Child Clause Structure, Verb Movement and Inflection
7 Verb Second Phenomena in Early Development
8 Case and Agreement in Syntax and Development
9 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition, and Its Differences from First Language Acquisition
10 Case, Agreement and Morphology in Development and Hypotheses about Oi Stage
11 Null Subjects and Parameter-Setting
12 Null Subjects in Child English: A Grammatical Phenomenon?
13 Null Subjects and The Oi Stage
  Mid-Term Exam
14 Specific Language Impairment
15 Binding Theory, Syntax, Parameters, The Subset Principle and Learning
16 Binding Theory: Reflexives and Pronouns in Development
17 Second Language Acquisition and Its Relation to L1. Maturation and The Critical Period Hypothesis
18 Controversies in Binding Theory, Development, Determiners and The Theory Of Reference
19 Theories of Parameter-Setting
20 Argument-Chains in Syntax and Development -- Passives
21 More Argument Chains in Development: Unaccusatives in Russian
22 The Development of Control
23 Extra Topic
24 Review