|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||L-FIL-LET/12|
The spread of new media has led Italian to adapt to new communicative needs such as the need to communicate quickly, effectively and incisively. The richness and stratification of Italian and its varieties interact with the different registers of digital writing (e-mail, blogs, websites, etc.). Those who write today for the new media must possess awareness and skills in the analysis and production of digital texts for the different communication purposes.
The aim of the course is to provide students with the following skills: - awareness of the sociolinguistic variability of the language - knowledge of diamesic varieties, in particular of digital Italian - familiarity with the main online lexicographic resources - development of skills for reading and analysing texts written for the new media - acquisition of techniques for the production of texts written for the new media.
At the end of the course, the student
The course "Scrittura per i nuovi media" is held by two teachers, Jacqueline Visconti and Manuela Manfredini.
Frontal lessons in the classroom and in streaming on Microsoft Teams with audiovisual materials and PPT materials produced by the teachers. There will also be exercises dedicated to the analysis and production of writings for the new media.
Further information at the link https://corsi.unige.it/9913/news/12704-modalit%C3%A0-didattica-per-lavv….
The course deals with the analysis and production of written texts for the new media through an adequate preliminary preparation in relation to linguistic and sociolinguistic topics, with a focus on digital writing. Digital writings will be both analysed and produced by the students during workshop lessons
Bibliography for attending student:
A. Sobrero - A. Miglietta, Introduzione alla linguistica italiana, Laterza, Roma - Bari, 2006 (o edizioni successive).
L. Serianni, Leggere, scrivere, argomentare, Laterza, Roma - Bari, 2013 (parte dedicata alle esercitazioni)
L. Carrada, Lavoro, dunque scrivo! Creare testi che funzionano per la carta e per il web, Bologna, Zanichelli, 2012.
In addition, non-attending students must also prepare this book:
I. Bonomi - S. Morgana, Lingua italiana e nuovi media, Roma, Carocci, nuova ed. 2016 (selected chapters).
Office hours: Office hours will be communicated via AulaWeb.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The examination includes an oral test on the course content and a practical exercise in the production of a text for new media
The assessment methods involve two phases:
1) production of a written text for the new media on the basis of specific assignments (e.g. drafting an e-mail for a specific recipient and with a specific content; drafting a QOL article; drafting texts for blogs etc.);
2) interview on the course content (the varieties of Italian, registers, text types, characteristics of digital writing, etc.) and the examination texts.
Non-attending students should contact the lecturers before coming to the examination to agree on the syllabus and arrangements for the writing test.
Students with disabilities or learning disorders are allowed to use specific modalities and supports that will be determined on a case-by-case basis in agreement with the Delegate of the Engineering courses in the Committee for the Inclusion of Students with Disabilities. Students are invited to contact the teacher of this course and copy the Delegate (https://unige.it/commissioni/comitatoperlinclusionedeglistudenticondisa…).
AULAWEB: during the course, the professor will make available on the Aulaweb in-depth materials that can be downloaded by students and are useful for exam preparation; all information and notices concerning lectures will also be posted on the Aulaweb.