The courses I’m teaching in 2019 are:

LING101 The English Language

Level: first year undergrad
This course is about the linguistics of the English language. I teach half of the course, covering English articulatory phonetics and the basics of English phonology.

LING102 Language and Society in New Zealand and Beyond

Level: first year undergrad
This course is an introduction to sociolinguistics, with a particular focus on issues relevant to New Zealand.

LING310 New Zealand English

Level: third year undergrad
This course is about New Zealand English, focusing on linguistic variation and change. Students carry out a research project of their own design, usually using the Origins of New Zealand English Corpus (ONZE).

LING615 World Englishes

Level: postgraduate
This postgraduate course examines the spread of the English language from England to other places across the world. We look at the historical, political and social reasons for the spread, and examine the linguistic consquences. The course includes substantial training in research methods, and students carry out a research project of their own design.

LING400 English Structures

Level: postgraduate
This is a distance learning, postgraduate level introduction to the linguistics of English. I teach the first half of the course, which is about the articulatory and acoustic phonetics of English, and some aspects of its phonology.

I also quite regularly teach:

In the past I’ve taught on courses about: