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Feel free to use examples from Rejistanian: http://rejistaniha.de/rejistanian.html Yeah, the site looks horrible, but there is usable content in it.


> Am 05.11.2014 um 12:49 schrieb kechpaja <[log in to unmask]>:
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> Hello, 
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> I'm planning to teach a class on conlanging at MIT's Splash program in a couple of weeks, on November 22nd. I'm only just beginning to get my plans together for what I plan to cover, but I intend to go over some basic linguistics in the first half or so of the period (IPA, phonology, morphology and typology, syntax), and then devote the second part to constructing a language of our own with the students, either as a class or in smaller groups (depending on how many people show up). 
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> While I'm confident that I'll be able to come up with more than enough material for the class as things stand, I'd like to also open myself up to suggestions from the list. I know some of you have run introductory classes/talks like this in the past, and you might have feedback from those experiences that would make my job a bit easier. 
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> Additionally, if anyone would like to volunteer their conlang for examples, that would also be great — I feel that a syllabus using examples drawn only from my own work would be a bit one-sided. 
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> Anyway, thanks! This is my first time doing anything like this, so any help would be appreciated. 
> 
> -Kelvin
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> kechpaja <[log in to unmask]>