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Prerequisites (for future units)
The course is aimed at students who approach the language within a concrete field of action. Absolute beginners will be offered strategies to promote understanding, expression and interaction. Advanced students can agree with the teacher the attendance of lettorato. At the end of the course the student will have reached the B1 level of the European Reference Framework for Languages. The course is annual.
At the end of the course, thanks to the acquisition of knowledge and skills corresponding to the B1 level of the MCER, the student will be able to produce and connect simple texts on the political and institutional issues of the Spanish-speaking world analyzed during the year.
The course (8 and 9 CFU) aims at understanding both the linguistic and cultural content that allows the student to use them in relation to the chosen course of study to which they are linked thanks to the contextualization of linguistic phenomena in the contemporary world. Through language we will stimulate reflection on the social and political contexts of the different areas of study to provide the tools for reading the international environment to which they refer in a continuous confrontation with the Italian, European and non-European contexts. The level of competence achieved in the three-year degree will allow the student to face integration into the world of work thanks to the ability to communicate information and suggest solutions to their interlocutors’ problems as well as to face the continuation of their university career thanks to the consolidation of basic language skills. As for the three-year learning outcomes, the student will have a linguistic repertoire sufficient to explain the salient points of a concept and express thoughts on abstract or cultural topics. They will know, despite the errors, how to express themselves clearly and expose a simple and sequential narration. (Level B1 CEFR)
The student must possess the basic metalinguistic terminology; must be able to recognize and classify the parts of discourse based on criteria pertaining to the morphological structure, the semantic value, the function. Strategic and referential skills are required, which will be further developed favoring the ability to use grammatical skills.Beginner students can supplement their language lessons with online courses from the University Language Centre.
Lessons wull be blended. Students can communicate with the teacher through Teams platform Aulaweb and e-mail.Lessons are accompanied by the use of the Aulaweb platform where the topics dealt with in class are inserted from time to time. For the linguistic part, faced with the help of lecturers, students attending and not attending will be based on the indicated textbook.Students in possession of a language certificate corresponding to level B1 or higher issued are exempt from the written test.
In order to encourage an initial literacy, language lessons (lettorato) will begin one before the course. Teams: jdhfcve.
The highlights of the political, economic, institutional and cultural history of contemporary Spain with particular regard to current events. In-depth analysis will be proposed on some Latin American countries.
Language lessons: ELExprés Nueva Edición - Curso intensivo de español A1-A2-B1, Raquel Pinilla, Alicia San Mateo - Editorial SGEL
For non-attending students: Amalia Balea, Pilar Ramos, Cultura en España B1-B2, en Clave ELE, 2015
It should be supplemented with current topics that will be posted on the Aulaweb or Teams platform.
Attending students will prepare the exam on the materials published on Aulaweb.
Office hours: In consideration of the limitations imposed by the persistence of the pandemic, reception will take place by a call on the Teams platform after sending an email requesting an interview to the teacher.
DANIELA CARPANI (President)
MARIA VICTORIA FILIPETTO
FRANCESCO PIERINI (Substitute)
In consideration of the limitations related to the Covid 19 pandemic, remote language lessons (lettorato) will begin in September (Professor María Victoria Filipetto). The course held by the teacher will start in January and will continue until May.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Attending students: there are three language tests in itinere with relative summative evaluations to which will be added the proof of orthographic competence. This group of students will present themselves to the oral exam with the sum of the evaluations in progress which will be the average for the final evaluation.
Not attending studentes: They must take the written exam on the first date, which will follow, in case of passing, the oral exam.Students with an accredited certification of knowledge of the language corresponding to or above B1 level are exempt from the written test.
Attending students can divide the examination of the linguistic competence assessment into three parts through ongoing tests which they will have to support in December, March and April. If the evaluation of the three tests is refused, the student can do the traditional written exam (consisting of two tests) starting from the first useful date. If the evaluation of the first test (spelling competence) is less than 15/30 the student will not be able to take the second test, even though he can re-appear at the next exam session. The oral exam will focus on the discussion in the language of the contents proposed in class and available on Aulaweb.
For non-attending students: if the evaluation of the first test (spelling competence) is less than 15/30 the student can not take the second test even though he can re-appear at the next exam session. The oral exam will focus on the discussion in the language of the contents available on the book indicated in addition to the current topics analyzed during the year and available on Aulaweb
The teacher actively uses the Aulaweb platform both for the publication of disciplinary contents and for communication with students. Registration is strongly recommended at the beginning of the academic year.