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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1mod01lec01 - Course IntroductionDownload
2mod01lec02 - Language as a SystemDownload
3mod01lec03 - Design FeaturesDownload
4mod01lec04 - Linguistic RelativityDownload
5mod01lec05 - Language and CultureDownload
6mod01lec06 - Language and GenderDownload
7mod02lec7 - Behaviourist paradigm in language acuquisitionDownload
8mod02lec8 - Innateness Hypothesis [Generative Paradigm] in Language AcquisitionDownload
9mod02lec9 - Key Concepts in Language Acquisition Lad, Ug, and poverty StimulusDownload
10mod02lec10 - Linguistic CompetenceDownload
11mod02lec11 - Communicative CompetenceDownload
12mod02lec12 - Critical Period HypothesisDownload
13mod03lec13 - DialectsDownload
14mod03lec14 - Speech CommunityDownload
15mod03lec15 - DiglossiaDownload
16mod03lec16 - Systemic Functions of LanguageDownload
17mod03lec17 - SPEAKING ModelDownload
18mod03lec18 - Register and StyleDownload
19mod04lec19 - Bilingualism Part-IDownload
20mod04lec20 - Bilingualism Part-IIDownload
21mod04lec21 - Code Mixing and SwitchingDownload
22mod04lec22 - Language Hybridity Case of Hindi-English MixingDownload
23mod04lec23 - Pidgin and CreoleDownload
24mod04lec24 - Creolization Process and birth of a LanguageDownload
25mod04lec25 - Mixing and Switching: Creative Outcome of Bi/Multilingual MindDownload
26mod05lec26 - Language Policy and PlanningDownload
27mod05lec27 - Types of Language PlanningDownload
28mod05lec28 - Official Languages of IndiaDownload
29mod05lec29 - The Process of StandardizationDownload
30mod05lec30 - Three Language FormulaDownload
31mod05lec31 - The Eighth ScheduleDownload
32mod06lec32 - Mother TongueDownload
33mod06lec33 - Linguistic Diversity of IndiaDownload
34mod06lec34 - Schedule and Non-Schedule Languages Census of India 2011Download
35Multilingualism in IndiaDownload
36Language and Education PolicyDownload
37English in IndiaDownload
38Emergence of Sociolinguistics As An Independent DisciplineDownload
39Language and VariationsDownload
40William Labov Martha's Vineyard Island StudyDownload
41William Labov Social Stratification of English in New York City (1966)Download
42Observers Paradox and Sociolinguistic VariableDownload
43Dell Hymes and His WorkDownload
44Basil Bernstein and His WorkDownload
45John J. Gumperz and His WorkDownload
46Joshua Fishman and His WorkDownload
47Uriel Weinriech and his workDownload
48Susan Ervin M Tripp and her workDownload
49Charlse A Ferguson and his WorkDownload
50William Bright and his workDownload
51Allen D Grimshaw and his workDownload
52MAK Halliday and His WorkDownload
53MAK Halliday and His WorkDownload
54Signific Studies in Language VariationDownload
55Indian EnglishDownload
56Multilingual Societies and Multilingual DiscourseDownload
57Language EndangermentDownload
58Linguistic Identity and Language MovementsDownload
59Liguistic Identity and language Movements in IndiaDownload
60Ferdinand de Saussure and his InfluenceDownload
61Saussure’s Key ConceptsDownload
6220th Century Theoretical Developments in LinguisticsDownload
63Varieties of LanguageDownload
64Linguistic LandscapeDownload
65Linguistic Allegiance, Identity, and Socialization in Digital SpaceDownload
66Significance of Culture in Language Learning/TeachingDownload
67Recapitulating Language AcquistionDownload
68Review and Concluding RemarksDownload

Sl.No Chapter Name English
1mod01lec01 - Course IntroductionPDF unavailable
2mod01lec02 - Language as a SystemPDF unavailable
3mod01lec03 - Design FeaturesPDF unavailable
4mod01lec04 - Linguistic RelativityPDF unavailable
5mod01lec05 - Language and CulturePDF unavailable
6mod01lec06 - Language and GenderPDF unavailable
7mod02lec7 - Behaviourist paradigm in language acuquisitionPDF unavailable
8mod02lec8 - Innateness Hypothesis [Generative Paradigm] in Language AcquisitionPDF unavailable
9mod02lec9 - Key Concepts in Language Acquisition Lad, Ug, and poverty StimulusPDF unavailable
10mod02lec10 - Linguistic CompetencePDF unavailable
11mod02lec11 - Communicative CompetencePDF unavailable
12mod02lec12 - Critical Period HypothesisPDF unavailable
13mod03lec13 - DialectsPDF unavailable
14mod03lec14 - Speech CommunityPDF unavailable
15mod03lec15 - DiglossiaPDF unavailable
16mod03lec16 - Systemic Functions of LanguagePDF unavailable
17mod03lec17 - SPEAKING ModelPDF unavailable
18mod03lec18 - Register and StylePDF unavailable
19mod04lec19 - Bilingualism Part-IPDF unavailable
20mod04lec20 - Bilingualism Part-IIPDF unavailable
21mod04lec21 - Code Mixing and SwitchingPDF unavailable
22mod04lec22 - Language Hybridity Case of Hindi-English MixingPDF unavailable
23mod04lec23 - Pidgin and CreolePDF unavailable
24mod04lec24 - Creolization Process and birth of a LanguagePDF unavailable
25mod04lec25 - Mixing and Switching: Creative Outcome of Bi/Multilingual MindPDF unavailable
26mod05lec26 - Language Policy and PlanningPDF unavailable
27mod05lec27 - Types of Language PlanningPDF unavailable
28mod05lec28 - Official Languages of IndiaPDF unavailable
29mod05lec29 - The Process of StandardizationPDF unavailable
30mod05lec30 - Three Language FormulaPDF unavailable
31mod05lec31 - The Eighth SchedulePDF unavailable
32mod06lec32 - Mother TonguePDF unavailable
33mod06lec33 - Linguistic Diversity of IndiaPDF unavailable
34mod06lec34 - Schedule and Non-Schedule Languages Census of India 2011PDF unavailable
35Multilingualism in IndiaPDF unavailable
36Language and Education PolicyPDF unavailable
37English in IndiaPDF unavailable
38Emergence of Sociolinguistics As An Independent DisciplinePDF unavailable
39Language and VariationsPDF unavailable
40William Labov Martha's Vineyard Island StudyPDF unavailable
41William Labov Social Stratification of English in New York City (1966)PDF unavailable
42Observers Paradox and Sociolinguistic VariablePDF unavailable
43Dell Hymes and His WorkPDF unavailable
44Basil Bernstein and His WorkPDF unavailable
45John J. Gumperz and His WorkPDF unavailable
46Joshua Fishman and His WorkPDF unavailable
47Uriel Weinriech and his workPDF unavailable
48Susan Ervin M Tripp and her workPDF unavailable
49Charlse A Ferguson and his WorkPDF unavailable
50William Bright and his workPDF unavailable
51Allen D Grimshaw and his workPDF unavailable
52MAK Halliday and His WorkPDF unavailable
53MAK Halliday and His WorkPDF unavailable
54Signific Studies in Language VariationPDF unavailable
55Indian EnglishPDF unavailable
56Multilingual Societies and Multilingual DiscoursePDF unavailable
57Language EndangermentPDF unavailable
58Linguistic Identity and Language MovementsPDF unavailable
59Liguistic Identity and language Movements in IndiaPDF unavailable
60Ferdinand de Saussure and his InfluencePDF unavailable
61Saussure’s Key ConceptsPDF unavailable
6220th Century Theoretical Developments in LinguisticsPDF unavailable
63Varieties of LanguagePDF unavailable
64Linguistic LandscapePDF unavailable
65Linguistic Allegiance, Identity, and Socialization in Digital SpacePDF unavailable
66Significance of Culture in Language Learning/TeachingPDF unavailable
67Recapitulating Language AcquistionPDF unavailable
68Review and Concluding RemarksPDF unavailable


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