Please read these guidelines carefully: they differ slightly from those given in your Tutorial Letter 201 for 2013. These are the ones you should follow.
The examination is TWO hours long.
The examination paper will be structured as follows:
There are THREE sections: Section A, B and C.
Section A counts 30 marks (You choose one question)
Question 1 will require you to write a short essay based on language acquisition theories. (30 marks) Question 2 will require you to write a short essay based on English in Education. The question will focus on issues revolving around Motivation for language. (30 marks)
Section B counts 25 marks. You will have to answer questions based on various aspects of language covered in this module, such as word-formation and morphology; content and structure words; and parts of speech and their function. These are the kind of questions you met in Assignment 01 & 2 for this module. You will have to write your answers in your examination book.
Section C counts 25 marks. You will also answer questions based on various aspects of phonetics and phonology- the kind of questions you met in Assignment 01 & 2 for this module. You will have to write your answers in your examination book.
The total for the paper is 80 marks. (Remember the other 20% of your final mark is based on your Year Mark.)
There only choice is in Section A of the examination paper. However, to prepare for this paper, you will have to revise all the material covered in the module.
Please note that dictionaries are not allowed in the Examination room.
If you revise your study material thoroughly, you will have nothing to fear.
We wish you all the best in your studies and preparation for the examination.
EED 201J Team