|Academic year||2018/2019 Syllabus of previous years|
|Official course title||LENGUA ESPAÑOLA|
|Course code||LMI041 (AF:277347 AR:157102)|
|Degree level||Master's Degree Programme (DM270)|
|Educational sector code||L-LIN/07|
|Spazio Moodle||Link allo spazio del corso|
Geographical, social and register varieties of Spanish language and their relationship with current standard.
Linguistic competence in Spanish and Latin American language at C2 CEFR level.
2. Applying knowledge and understanding
Ability to describe the main greographical and social varieties of Spanish; abitity to value multilingual and multicultural situations in the Spanish speaking world; ability to evaluate the language policies in the Spanish speaking world, both in Spain and in America; ability to interact in communicative situations on a C2 CEFR level; ability to understand and produce oral and written texts at C2 CEFR level; develop writing skills; ability to value translation choices from Spanish to Italian.
3. Making judgments
Ability to develop a plurilectal competence; ability to retrieve bibliographical sources suggested by the lecturer or independently, in order to analyse it in a critical way; ability to use electronic resources for the understanding of Spanish language varieties (such as Varilex, electronic database, www.corpusrural.es or www.alpi.csic.es); ability to appreciate multilingualism, geographical and social varieties, as well as language contact situations in the Spanish speaking world; ability to apply current sociolinguistic theories in order to evaluate the language policies in the Spanish speaking world and to value different language varieties.
4. Communication skills
Ability to put into practice linguistic knowledge, as well as sociolinguistic terminology, in order to descrive the contents of the course; ability to deal with the conflicts of multilingualism or contact language situations in the Spanish speaking world, to discuss about them and present the own ideas; ability to convey estimation of linguistic varieties to specialists and to non specialists; ability to look for research topics and explore their relevance in the Spanish speaking world; ability to accommodate speaking to the communicative situation; ability to interact in Spanish and Latin American language in communicative situations at a C2 CEFR level.
5. Lifelong learning skills
Ability to develop an original research about Spanish language varieties; ability to collect data about the sociolinguistic situation in the Spanish speaking world and examine them in a critical and scientific way; ability to select references and electronic resources in order to update knowledge.
1. General concepts: language, dialect, variety.
2. Teaching of Spanish as Foreign Language.
3. Historical variation of Spanish.
4. Geographical varieties of Spanish (Spain)
5. Geographical varieties of Spanish (America).
6. Geographical varieties of Spanish (contact language situations in Spain and America).
7. Social varieties of Spanish (normativism and standard).
8. Stylistic variation in Spanish.
Grammatical, phonetic-graphic, lexical, textual contents; functional exponents in Spanish at C2 level CEFR.
Activities to develop proficiency in writing and translation exercises from Spanish to Italian.
Francisco MORENO FERNÁNDEZ, Las variedades de la lengua española y su enseñanza, Madrid, Arco/Libros, 2010 [IBERIS Cons. E 665]
Variación léxica del español en el mundo (http://lecture.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~cueda/varilex/ )
Corpus del español del siglo XXI (CORPES) (http://www.rae.es/recursos/banco-de-datos/corpes-xxi )
Corpus Oral y Sonoro del Español Rural (COSER) (http://www.corpusrural.es/ )
Atlas Lingüístico de la Península Ibérica (ALPI) (http://alpi.csic.es/ )
VV.AA, El Ventilador. Curso de español de nivel superior, Madrid, Difusión.
Literary and non literary texts for translation:
“El otro yo” (Mario Benedetti); “Borges y yo” (Jorge L. Borges); “Continuidad de los parques” (Julio Cortázar); “Carta a una señorita en París” (Julio Cortázar); “Los caballos azules” (Ricardo Menéndez Salmón); “Enhebrar la aguja” (Juan José Millás); “Il colombre” (Dino Buzzati); “Il gioco del rovescio” (Antonio Tabucchi).
1) a written part (A) consisting of a multiple choice cloze (20 points) and a critical analysis about a piece of the required text (10 points). This written part aims at assessing knowledge of Spanish varieties and the language conflicts in the Spanish speaking world, as well as the ability to apply this knowledge to make judgments (worh 60% of the final mark). Duration: 60 minutes.
2) a written part (B) for assessing linguistic competence (C2) consisting of a grammar multiple choice and gap-filling cloze (10 points), a writing activity (10 points) and a translation exercise (10 points) (worth 30% of the final mark). Duration: 90 minutes.
3) an oral part to be taken in collaboration with the CEL’s for assessing communicative competence (C2 level) (30 points) (worth 10% of the final mark). The oral part consists of an critical exposition about a topic. Duration: 15 minutes.
In order to get an overall pass in Lingua Spagnola – Lingua e traduzione (LM0041) course, students are required to get a pass on all three parts (A, B, C). Written parts take place on the same day; the oral part takes place during the academic year (II semester). Passing the written test A allows the student to maintain this partial mark for the entire academic year. Failure in the written exam A invalidates the written test B and the student will be required to repeat both the written tests in the next exam session.
Students holding a DELE certificate of C2 level are not required to take the written part (B) and oral part on linguistic competence, on the conditions that i) the date of the exam is at the latest two years prior to the date in which the certificate was obtained ii) they provide the lecturer with a paper or electronic copy (both sides) of the certificate. No other certificates shall be accepted.
It will be possible to take the written parts in advance.
Seminars. Professor will provide essays and journal articles to read and discuss during the lessons.
Non-attending students are required to contact the lecturer at the beginning of the academic year and at the beginning of the second semester.