|1||Introduction||Linguistic Society of America, a site featuring essays about the various branches of linguistics|
Cross-linguistic onomatopoeias, Wikipedia.org
Derek Abbott's Animal Noise page
|5–7||Phonetics (sounds of speech: production and perception)|| |
hmcnally. "The McGurk effect." July 3, 2006. YouTube. Accessed February 14, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFPtc8BVdJk
"The McGurk Effect," demonstrated by Professor Patricia Kuhl.
Vocal Vowels: hollow plastic models of the human vocal tract turn the squawk of a duck call into vowel sounds
Audacity®, a freeware audio program that can make spectrograms (multiplatform: OS X, Windows, Linux)
Praat, a more specialized (free) multi-platform freeware program that can make spectrograms
|8–12||Phonology (sounds of speech: their grammar)||The Speech Accent Archive|
|23–24||Historical change|| |
Ethnologue: Languages of the World, an encyclopedic reference work cataloging all of the world's 6,909 known living languages
Rosenfelder, Mark. "How Likely Are Chance Resemblances Between Languages?" zomptist.com, 2002.
Peter L. Patrick's links to linguistic resources
The Telsur Project, a survey of linguistic changes in progress in North American English