CHINESE LANGUAGE 1 MOD.1
|Academic year||2018/2019 Syllabus of previous years|
|Official course title||LINGUA CINESE 1 MOD. 1|
|Course code||LT006I (AF:280076 AR:157532)|
|Modality||On campus classes|
|ECTS credits||9 out of 18 of CHINESE LANGUAGE 1|
|Degree level||Bachelor's Degree Programme|
|Educational sector code||L-OR/21|
1. Knowledge and understanding
• Know the sounds of the standard modern Chinese language and how they are made up in syllables.
• Know Hanyu pinyin, i.e. the transcription system in Latin letters of the sounds of the standard modern Chinese language.
• Know the key sentences necessary to interact in basic communicative situations.
• Know the principles that regulate the Chinese character stroke order and be able to identify the most common pianpang, fundamental components of the characters.
• Know the basic aspects of the modern Chinese grammar concerning nominal groups, sentence fundamental structure, prepositional groups, different types of sentences and verbal groups.
• Know the principles on which the main bilingual Chinese dictionaries are based in ordering Chinese characters.
• Master a lexicon of about 350 words and 300 characters (active competence).
2. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding
• Be able to correctly articulate the sounds of the standard modern Chinese language.
• Be able to properly use the Hanyu pinyin.
• Be able to correctly use the key sentences necessary to interact in elementary communicative situations.
• Be able to write characters correctly.
• Be able to use properly what has been learnedd on basic grammatical aspects in order to understand written texts.
• Be able to use a bilingual Chinese dictionary.
• Be able to use in writing a lexicon of about 350 words and 300 characters.
3. Judgement capacity
• Know how to use the tools made available online to evaluate your level of knowledge and language skills.
4. Communication skills
• Be able to communicate the specificities of linguistic analysis using appropriate terminology.
5. Learning skills
• Know how to relate the different contexts of study and apply your knowledge and skills for personal and professional growth.
• grammar basics on nominal groups, sentence fundamental structure, prepositional groups, different types of sentences and verbal groups: 30 hours of theory and practice;
• training for linguistic interaction in simple communicative situations: 60 hours of practice A (conversation);
• training for the use of Chinese characters: 60 hours of practice B (writing);
• conversation tutoring: practice C;
• writing tutoring: practice D.
• Abbiati M., Grammatica di cinese moderno, Cafoscarina, Venezia 1998.
• Abbiati M., Materiali ed esercizi per l'apprendimento della grammatica cinese moderna, Cafoscarina, Venezia 2010 (also available on the website https://moodle.unive.it/ in the section “Lingua cinese 1 mod. 1 Cognomi D-L [LT0061] - prof.ssa D. Rossi”, where other grammar exercises are also available. Moreover, further grammar exercises are available on the Centro Multimediale website http://www.unive.it/cmm ).
• Abbiati M. and Zhang Ruoying, Dialogare in cinese: corso di lingua colloquiale, vol. 1, Cafoscarina, Venezia 2010. Listening exercises are also available on the website https://moodle.unive.it/ in the section “Lingua cinese 1 mod. 1 Cognomi D-L [LT0061] - prof.ssa D. Rossi”.
• Abbiati M. and Chen Liansheng, Caratteri cinesi, Cafoscarina, Venezia 2001. Writing exercises are also available on the Centro Multimediale website http://www.unive.it/cmm .
• Zhao Xiuying, Il dizionario di Cinese. Dizionario Cinese-Italiano, Italiano-Cinese, Zanichelli, Bologna 2013; or Dizionario cinese-italiano italiano-cinese, Hoepli, Milano 2007; or Zhao Xiuying and Gatti F., Dizionario compatto cinese-italiano italiano-cinese e conversazioni, Zanichelli Bologna 1996; or Wenlin Software for Learning Chinese, 4.2.2 (per Windows e Mac), that can be purchased at the site www.wenlin.com;www.wenlin.com; or Pleco Software (for iPhone/iPad and Android), that can be downloaded for free from the site www.pleco.com.
• Abbiati M., La lingua cinese, Cafoscarina, Venezia 1992 or Abbiati M., Guida alla lingua cinese, Carocci, Roma 2008.
a) front lessons;
b) writing and conversation practice aimed at building and consolidating the knowledge, skills and competences necessary to meet the goal of the course;
c) tutoring aimed at discussing and clarifying specific language problems that emerged during the teaching and the related practice.