LINGUA INGLESE II

LINGUA INGLESE II

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iten
Codice
61294
ANNO ACCADEMICO
2018/2019
CFU
9 cfu al 2° anno di 8740 LINGUE E CULTURE MODERNE (L-11)
SETTORE SCIENTIFICO DISCIPLINARE
L-LIN/12
LINGUA
Inglese
SEDE
GENOVA (LINGUE E CULTURE MODERNE )
periodo
Annuale
frazionamenti
Questo insegnamento è diviso in 2 frazioni: A, B. Questa pagina si riferisce alla frazione A
materiale didattico

PRESENTAZIONE

This module includes an introduction to English syntax and a practical English language course at the B2.2 level.

OBIETTIVI E CONTENUTI

OBIETTIVI FORMATIVI

L’insegnamento di Lingua Inglese II prosegue l’introduzione teorica alla lingua e alla linguistica inglese (anche in chiave contrastiva con l’italiano), con particolare attenzione alla grammatica, e mira a sviluppare la competenza linguistica al livello B2 del "Quadro Comune Europeo di Riferimento per la conoscenza delle Lingue".

OBIETTIVI FORMATIVI (DETTAGLIO) E RISULTATI DI APPRENDIMENTO

Il corso ha i seguenti obiettivi principali:

- presentare agli studenti tutte le strutture morfo-sintattiche della lingua che si rendono necessarie per generare frasi di senso compiuto e grammaticalmente accettabili in lingua inglese;

- far comprendere e analizzare nel dettaglio le strutture morfo-sintattiche per la costruzione delle frasi in inglese (forma e funzioni)

- sviluppare le competenze di analisi degli studenti e le competenze metalinguistiche

- portare gli studenti a una compentenza linguistica in inglese di livello B2.2  (si veda il Quadro Comune Europeo di Riferimento per le Lingue - QCER)

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This module aims to:

- introduce students to the scientific study of the English language, in particular English syntax;

- develop students’ analytical skills,

- bring students to the B2.2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Modalità didattiche

The linguistics module is made up of weekly lectures (3 hours a week over 10 weeks in the first semester).

The practical module is made up of weekly classes (4 hours a week over 20 weeks, i.e. 10 weeks per semester and an online course).

 

PROGRAMMA/CONTENUTO

English Language II is divided into two parts: a one-semester linguistics module ("modulo teorico"), which is held in the first semester and is described in more detail below, and a two-semester practical module ("modulo pratico" or "esercitazioni" o "lettorato").

Each component ("modulo pratico" and "modulo teorico") is assessed separately. The practical module is assessed at the end of the second semester through a written exam paper (grammar, vocabulary, listening, and writing) and an oral exam. The linguistics module is assessed through a written exam paper at the end of the first semester.

The linguistics module ("modulo teorico") is an introduction to English syntax. The practical language module aims to bring students to the B2.2 level (upper end of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages B2 level). 

The final mark is calculated as follows:

35% (of the overall mark) is the written practical part (70% of which is the computer-based test assessing grammar, vocabulary, and listening and 30% of which is the writing task),

15% (of the overall mark) is the oral practical part,

50% (of the overall mark) is the theory part.

The linguistics module aims at enabling students to

- classify words in word classes

- understand and explore the form and function of phrases

- identify tense, aspect, mood and modality in verbs

- identify and describe finite and non-finite clauses and sentences

- recognise marked sentences

 

TESTI/BIBLIOGRAFIA

> Theory module

  • Ballard, Kim. 2007 (2nd ed.). The Frameworks of English: Introducing Language Structures. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan. [In particular: Chapter 2]
  • van Gelderen, Elly. 2010 (2nd ed.). An Introduction to the Grammar of English. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [From cover to cover: main textbook!]
  • Berk, Lynn. 1999. English Syntax: From Word to Discourse. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [In particular: Chapter 3 and pp. 237-249 ("Infinitive clauses")]
  • Additional compulsory material: Lecture slides will be available on Aulaweb by the beginning of the course


> Pratical module (i.e. lettorato/esercitazioni):

  • McCarthy, Michael and Felicity O'Dell. 2001. English Vocabulary in Use: Upper-Intermediate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Murphy, Raymond. 2012 (4th ed.). English Grammar in Use (with Answers). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [for revision]

Also useful is:

  • Swan, Michael. 2016 (4th ed.). Practical English Usage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

DOCENTI E COMMISSIONI

Laura Santini

Laura Santini

Please see the lecturer's unige page

telephone: tel. (+39) 010 2099564

email: laura.santini@unige.it

 

Commissione d'esame

CRISTIANO BROCCIAS (Presidente)

LAURA SANTINI (Presidente)

ELISABETTA ZURRU (Presidente)

LEZIONI

Modalità didattiche

The linguistics module is made up of weekly lectures (3 hours a week over 10 weeks in the first semester).

The practical module is made up of weekly classes (4 hours a week over 20 weeks, i.e. 10 weeks per semester and an online course).

 

INIZIO LEZIONI

Please see the lecturer's page on unige.it

 

ESAMI

Modalità d'esame

The linguistics module is assessed through a written paper. There are two sittings in each of the three exam sessions. Students can choose only one sitting per session and can't repeat a failed exam in the same session.

The practical module is assessed through a written paper and an oral exam. There are two sittings in the Summer and Autumn sessions and one sitting in the Winter session. When a session has two sittings, students can choose only one sitting per session and can't repeat a failed exam in the same session.

Modalità di accertamento

The linguistics module is assessed through a written exam paper (the alloted time is 50 minutes). The exam paper is divided into two parts. The first part requires students to draw the syntactic tree of a short sentence. In the second part, students are required to pick out a few phrases from a short text on the basis of their function; to identify the form and function of phrases in a few sentences; to categorize a few verb groups in terms of tense, aspect, mood and modality; to classify “marked” sentences and provide their “unmarked” equivalents.

The practical part is assessed through a written exam paper (grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing) and an oral exam. 

Calendario appelli

Data Ora Luogo Tipologia Note
28/05/2019 09:00 GENOVA Scritto I dettagli circa le aule sarrano resi noti per email dopo la chiusura delle iscrizioni.
18/06/2019 09:00 GENOVA Scritto I dettagli circa le aule sarrano resi noti per email dopo la chiusura delle iscrizioni.
03/09/2019 09:00 GENOVA Scritto I dettagli circa le aule sarrano resi noti per email dopo la chiusura delle iscrizioni.
17/09/2019 09:00 GENOVA Scritto I dettagli circa le aule sarrano resi noti per email dopo la chiusura delle iscrizioni.

ALTRE INFORMAZIONI

Attendance is not obligatory BUT STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.

English Language II can be attended by all 2nd year students enrolled on the LCM (Lingue e Culture Moderne) course with surnames from A to K and by Erasmus students.