When people are new to studying with me, they often hear about concepts they’re uncertain of, and would like to know more about, but they rightfully distrust the general information on the Web, or even in academic resources. The Oxford English Dictionary, after all, still thinks that *<-tion> is a suffix.
My LEXinars are rich and deep, and they often deal with content that may not be immediately obvious in the course title or description. So here is a short list that answers the question “Where can I learn about ______?”
Connecting Vowel Letters: Latin Palatals LEXinar
Grimm’s Law: Etymonline Online LEXinar
Phonetics vs. Phonology: International Phonetic Alphabet LEXinar
Allophones: The Nature of the Phoneme LEXinar
Etymological Markers: The Science of Silence LEXinar
Problems with Phonics & Etymology: Old English for Orthographers LEXinar
Vulgar Latin: Latin Palatals LEXinar
Narrative & Expository Text Structures: Drawing Conclusions LEXinar
History of the Alphabet: Default Graphemes LEXinar
Synchronic vs. Diachronic Etymology: The Etymology! Weekend
If there’s anything else you’re looking for, ask!