Spanish linguistics LM - PARTE II (2020/2021)

Course code
4S004042
Name of lecturer
Elisa Sartor
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3
Academic sector
L-LIN/07 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - SPANISH
Language of instruction
Spanish
Location
VERONA
Period
CuCi IIB dal Apr 14, 2021 al May 29, 2021.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

The course is composed of two modules and it aims to offer an introduction to Hispanic Linguistics. The second module will be dedicated to consolidating the acquisition of selected aspects of theoretical models and traditions in linguistic research in the Hispanic context.

Expected outcomes (module 2, 3 CFU):
– at the end of the course students will have acquired knowledge of theoretical models that can account for linguistic phenomena related to Spanish in a synchronic or diachronic perspective;
– they will apply these models autonomously and coherently to written and oral texts in Spanish.

Syllabus

PART II
The second module will focus on Spanish lexicography, with special attention to criteria employed in the compiling of dictionaries, both synchronically and diachronically.

Lectures will be supported by Powerpoint presentations; there will also be workshop-style classes with practical activities focusing on the analysis of advertising texts (part I) and case study based on lexicography (part II). The course will be taught in Spanish.


SYLLABUS BIBLIOGRAPHY
At the beginning of the course a selection of texts will be indicated to students who attend lectures.
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PART II
- Medina Guerra, Antonia M. (2011), Lexicografía española, Barcelona, Ariel (temas III, IV, V, XII: pp. 79-146 y 307-332).

REFERENCE BIBLIOGRAPHY
- Bajo Pérez, Elena (2000), Los diccionarios. Introducción a la lexicografía del español, Gijón, Ediciones Trea.
- Porto Dapena, José Álvaro (2002), Manual de técnica lexicográfica, Madrid, Arco/Libros.

Assessment methods and criteria

– Students who attend lectures
LM 39 (9CFU): Two assignments (presentations) to be completed during the course and a final oral exam on selected bibliography (part I).
Attending students will receive further information on assessment methods when the lectures begin.

– Students who do not attend lectures
LM 39 (9CFU): Oral exam on the complete syllabus bibliography (part I and II) and the teaching material on Moodle platform during official exam sessions.