Academic year
2019/2020 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
Course code
LT5021 (AF:310093 AR:168814)
On campus classes
ECTS credits
6 out of 24 of SPANISH LANGUAGE 1
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
1st Semester
Course year
Module 1 (30h)
The module 1 of Spanish Language is formed by a teacher module and exercises lessons. Its goal is to provide the students with basic materials of phonetics and morpho-syntax of the Spanish Language for its use remarking the main contrastive aspects between Italian /Spanish through a communicative approaching. The linguistic knowledge corresponds to a level B1+ of the European Common Frame of Reference (CEFR) for the languages.

The goals of this teaching are: developing capacities to reflect about the language and the cultural mediation and providing the methodological ways for the contrastive aspects. These goals contribute to reach the formative goals of the course.
-Knowledge and comprehension
Knowing the basic terminology, the phonetics and the morpho-syntax of the Spanish language, as well as the basic communicative strategies in a level B1+ of the CEFR.
-Capacity for applying knowledge and comprehension
Know the correct use of the basic terminology in all the processes of application and communication of the acquired knowledge.
-Capacity of judgement
Knowing to formulate simple sentences and evaluate different structures at level B1+.
-Communicative abilities
Knowing to communicate the specific of the Spanish morphology and of the syntax, using the appropriated terminology.
.-Capacity of learning
Knowing to take notes and to use them in a collaborative way on-line.
In order to follow the course in a correct way it is advised to have a good knowledge of the Spanish and Latin-American cultures.
Teacher module
Phonological and phonetic structure (synchronics) of the Spanish. Combinations of vocal phonemes (dyphthongs, Tryphthong, hiatus). L'accent. The Spanish lessicon. Tipology of the words. Communicative situations. The determinants. Verbal tenses.

Exercises lessons
Putting in place the grammatical contents. The lessicon and the texts in Spanish Language (level B1+ of the CEFR).
The distributed materials during the lessons are valid to reach the training objectives of the theoretical module.

Further reading
Luque Toro, L. y Medina Montero, J. F., Frente a Frente, Lengua y cultura españolas para italianos, Logos, Modena, 2005.
Marcos Marín, F., Satorre, F.J. y Viejo M.L. Gramática Española, Síntesis, Madrid, 1998.
Gomez Torrego,L., Gramática didáctica del español, S.M, Madrid, 2007.

Exercises lessons
Luque Toro, L. y Medina Montero, J. F., Frente a Frente, Lengua y cultura españolas para italianos, Logos, Modena, 2005.
The learning will be verified through a written test and an oral test. The written test is aimed to verify the student's knowledge regarding to the phonetics and to the morpho-syntactic analysis. During the written exam the student will be evaluated by using a grade that goes from 1 to 30. The oral exam will work as a qualifying examination in which the student will be asked to show the theorical and communicative competence of the Spanish Language for the level B1+ of the CEFR. The qualification of the oral exam will be idoneous/non idoneous.
The minimun score in order to pass the module 1 (6CFU) is 18/30. Being an exam whose aim is to verify the knowledge gained throughout the year, the student needs to pass all the modules in order to record on his exam on-line book.
The oral test regarding to the exercise lessons with the assistant teacher will take place before the exam sessions.
The partial exams correspond to the 4 modules will have the value of the 60%, the oral test of the exercise lessons will represent the 20% and the oral exam the 20%.
Frontal teaching interacting with the students about tha explained topics. Exercises lessons. Autoevaluation exercises.
In order to record the final qualification is necesary to reach the minimal attendance of the lessons, according to the rules.
written and oral
Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme: 08/04/2019