SPANISH LANGUAGE

Academic year
2017/2018 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
LENGUA ESPAÑOLA
Course code
LM6021 (AF:256694 AR:145260)
Modality
ECTS credits
6
Degree level
Master's Degree Programme (DM270)
Educational sector code
L-LIN/07
Period
2nd Semester
Course year
1
PLEASE NOTE: THE COURSE OF PROF. NAHARRO WILL BEGIN IN THE SECOND SEMESTER.THE SPEAKING SKILLS WILL BEGIN IN THE SECOND SEMESTER.

The objective of this course is to consolidate students' linguistic and meta-linguistic competence, paying particular attention to the textual and discourse analysis.The curse is aimed at assessing a B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
For those students who have already reached this level, the aim will be to maintain spoken and written competence, and to enhance specialist lexis in International Relations.
The focus is on acquiring written and spoken productive skills, in particular developing the ability to argue a position for or against a topic chosen from the field of International Relations.The module offers students the chance to give multimedia presentations on subjects chosen from the field of International Relations. Besides the oral presentation, students will also submit written work based on the presentation topics and the class discussion.
- P.Alzugaray, M.Barrios, P.Bartolomé,Preparación al Diploma de Español, Nivel B2,Edelsa, Madrid 2014 (176 pages).

R.Alonso, A.Castañeda, P.Martínez,L.Miquel, J.Ortega, J.Plácido, Gramática Básica del Estudiante de Español, Edición revisada y ampliada, Barcelona 2011 (302 pages).

Moreno,C. Temas de gramática, Nivel superior, SGEL, Madrid 2009 (266 pages).

Real Academia Española, Nueva gramática de la lengua española, MANUAL, Espasa, Madrid 2010 (993 pages).

In addition students are encouraged to read online resources such as El País, El Mundo,Expansión,Cinco días,etc. to keep abreast of current issues in International Relations and to enhance lexis and reading skills.
written and oral
The final exam has a written part and an oral part.
The written exam will be a topic related to international
relations.The written part will test general grammar,reading comprehension and lexis relating to the arguments covered during the course and on the textbook.The written examination, with a multiple choice and an open question will last one hour; The oral exam will test the ability to present one of the 17th goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in PowerPoint following the instructions under Materiali ISA on the professor's homepage (lesson material).The oral presentation will last from 7 to 10 minutes and whith 5 or maximun 10 slides.
Conventional
Other language
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further information about the course.
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Last update of the programme: 01/02/2018