Laurea magistrale in Lingue, culture, turismo

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1 L0170 ADDITIONAL SKILLS (CONFERENCES, SEMINARS) NN All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0158 ANGLO-AMERICAN CULTURE IULI Maria Cristina L-LIN/11 All VERCELLI 6
1 L1176 APPLIED LINGUISTICS A 2° LEVEL CASTAGNETO Marina L-LIN/01 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0317 APPROFONDIMENTI DELL’AMBITO LINGUISTICO E LETTERARIO NN All VERCELLI 6
1 L1236 COMPARATIVE LITERATURES 2° LEVEL SINI Stefania Irene L-FIL-LET/14 All VERCELLI 6
1 L0532 DIDACTICS OF MODERN LANGUAGES 2° LEVEL A ZALESKA Maria L-LIN/02 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0155 ENGLISH CULTURE POMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla L-LIN/10 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0021 ENGLISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL FORMENTELLI Maicol, ROCK James, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer L-LIN/12 All VERCELLI 12
1 L1200 ENGLISH LANGUAGE II FORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary L-LIN/12 All VERCELLI 12
1 L0521 ENGLISH LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL PUSTIANAZ Marco L-LIN/10 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0157 FRENCH CULTURE AUDEOUD Laurence L-LIN/03 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0022 FRENCH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL AUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise L-LIN/04 All VERCELLI 12
1 L0534 FRENCH LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL MASTROIANNI Michele, AUDEOUD Laurence L-LIN/03 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0156 GERMAN CULTURE L-LIN/13 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0024 GERMAN LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot L-LIN/14 All VERCELLI 12
1 L1204 GERMAN LANGUAGE II RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela L-LIN/14 All VERCELLI 12
1 L0511 GERMAN LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL BASILI Maurizio L-LIN/13 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0152 MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION IN THE HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRIES CAPRIELLO Antonella SECS-P/08 All 8
1 LE0243 MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY 2° LEVEL TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio, FRANZINETTI Guido M-STO/02, M-STO/04 All VERCELLI 12
1 L1095 NORTH AMERICAN LITERATURE I 2° LEVEL IULI Maria Cristina L-LIN/11 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0154 SPANISH CULTURE MARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel L-LIN/05 All VERCELLI 6
1 LE0023 SPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL BALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia L-LIN/07 All VERCELLI 12
1 L1098 SPANISH LITERATURE I A 2° LEVEL MARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel L-LIN/05 All VERCELLI 6
1 L0687 STAGE NN All 6
1 LE0143 TOURISM BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATION TUROLLA Andrea SECS-P/07 All VERCELLI 8
1 LE0151 WORKSHOP: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN TOURISM SPINELLI Gianfranco M-GGR/02 All VERCELLI 6
2 L0528 ENGLISH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL POMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla L-LIN/10 All 6
2 L1198 FRENCH LANGUAGE II AUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence L-LIN/04 All VERCELLI 12
2 L0698 FRENCH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL MASTROIANNI Michele L-LIN/03 All 6
2 L1204 GERMAN LANGUAGE II RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, REINHARDT Michaela L-LIN/14 All VERCELLI 12
2 LE0144 SOCIETY, COMMUNICATION, TERRITORY BULSEI Gian Luigi SPS/08 All VERCELLI 8
2 L0877 SPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL BALDISSERA Andrea L-LIN/07 All VERCELLI 6
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CourseADDITIONAL SKILLS (CONFERENCES, SEMINARS)
Course IDL0170
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 90
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseADDITIONAL SKILLS (CONFERENCES, SEMINARS)
Course IDL0170
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 90
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL HISTORY 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0145
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano, GANDINO Germana
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian Italian
AbstractThe Emperor Julian the Apostate Women's History. Antiquity and Middle Ages
Reference textsFor attending students: I. Tantillo, L'imperatore Giuliano, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2001; T. Gnoli, Le guerre di Giuliano imperatore, Il Mulino, Bologna 2015. For non-attending students: I. Tantillo, L'imperatore Giuliano, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2001; T. Gnoli, Le guerre di Giuliano imperatore, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015; A. Cameron, Il tardo impero romano, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995. Each regular attender will be assigned from the start a work schedule. Non-attenders will agree with the teacher a program in the following bibliography: E. Cantarella, I supplizi capitali. Origine e funzione delle pene di morte in Grecia e a Roma, Milano, Feltrinelli, 2011; E. Cantarella, L'ambiguo malanno. La donna nell'antichità greca e romana, Milano, Feltrinelli, 2013; F. Cenerini, La donna romana. Modelli e realtà, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013; G. Rizzelli, Le donne nell'esperienza giuridica di Roma antica. Il controllo dei comportamenti sessuali. una raccolta di testi, Lecce, Grifo, 2000; G. Rizzelli, Padri romani. Discorsi, modelli, forme, Lecce, Grifo, 2017; G. Duby, Il potere delle donne nel medioevo, Bari, Laterza, 2008; J. Le Goff, Il corpo nel medioevo, Bari, Laterza, 2010; A. M. Filippini, Generare, partorire, nascere. Una storia dall’antichità alla provetta, Roma, Viella, 2017; C. Osiek, M. Y. Macdonald, Il ruolo delle donne nel cristianesimo delle origini, Cinisello Balsamo, Edizioni San Paolo, 2007; C. Urso, Le donne al tempo di Gregorio Magno. La testimonian
Teaching targetsKnow the historical facts and analyzing them in a chronological context, political and social, with constant reference to major historiographical issues related to long-term transition between antiquity and medieval world and based on the documentary sources. Acquiring an adequate knowledge of recent debates about women's history in Antiquity and Middle Ages; learning to set events, processes and mentalities in a historical context; making critical analyses of historical materials; taking an active part to lessons and preparing written essays. Acquiring adequate skills in order to teach history in secondary schools.
PrerequisitesNo specific prerequisites required. No prerequisites are required
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials. lectures; classroom discussion; oral and written reports.
Other informationsAttendance in class is recommended. In the course of the module it will be screened and discussed a film on the subject
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students: it will be proposed three questions: the first will focus on Tantillo's book, the second will focus on Gnoli's book, the third will focus on a source illustrated and commented in class (the students will find the sources on DIR). Non-attending students: one of three questions will focus on Cameron's book. For attending the oral report and written presentation in the module ; for not attending the oral exam on textbooks .
Full argumentsDuring the course will be examined through the analysis of historical sources, both legal and literary, the events of the reign of Justinian, with particular attention to profiles of political history and the history of ideas, with the goal to capture profiles of continuity with the late antique experience, and connections with the historical experiences, both in the West and in the East. the course aim at discussing the most recent developments which have deeply changed women's ancient and medieval history.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of the historical events of the reign of Jiulian the Apostate (361-363) and analyzing them in a chronological, political and social context, with constant reference to major historiographical ancient sources. Adequate knowledge of the recent debates on women's history in Antiquity and the Middle Ages; critical analysis of historical materials and their proper exposure in oral and written form also for teaching history in schools.
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Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0146 STORIA ROMANA MAGISTRALE L-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA GARBARINO Paolo Luciano
LE0147 STORIA MEDIEVALE I M M-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE GANDINO Germana
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CourseSTORIA ROMANA MAGISTRALE
Course IDLE0146
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
TeachersGARBARINO Paolo Luciano
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ANT/03 - STORIA ROMANA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThe Emperor Julian the Apostate
Reference textsFor attending students: I. Tantillo, L'imperatore Giuliano, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2001; T. Gnoli, Le guerre di Giuliano imperatore, Il Mulino, Bologna 2015. For non-attending students: I. Tantillo, L'imperatore Giuliano, Laterza, Bari-Roma, 2001; T. Gnoli, Le guerre di Giuliano imperatore, Il Mulino, Bologna, 2015; A. Cameron, Il tardo impero romano, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995.
Teaching targets• Objectives - knowledge and understanding: The module intends to analyse the social, political, military, and legal dynamics of Julian the Apostate (361-363 AD), for the crucial importance that he had as the last attempt of pagan religious culture to resist Christianity. The deepening of political, military, religious, and cultural issues will generally be conducted through the direct examination of ancient documentary sources, thus contributing to a more mature approach to the historiographic method. • Objectives - ability to apply knowledge and understanding: Understand historical facts and learn how to analyse them within a precise chronological, political, and social context, with constant reference to the main historiographic themes of the late antiquity period, and relying on documentary sources. • Objectives - expression of opinions: Know how to independently assess the historical facts of the age that have been taken into account, in light of a multidisciplinary approach, also with reference to long-term history. • Objectives - communication skills: Know how to clearly report the main issues of the period under consideration, know how to communicate the political, social, military, religious, and cultural implications using appropriate language, and to provide motivated and in-depth evaluations. • Objectives - ability to study: Know how to deepen the subject matter of the course through the study of specific monographs and the exegetical analysis of the reference sources, gaining critical skills to undertake successive studies even on a professional basis.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminars, online tutorials.
Other informationsAttendance in class is recommended.
Grading rulesOral examination. Attending students: it will be proposed three questions: the first will focus on Tantillo's book, the second will focus on Gnoli's book, the third will focus on a source illustrated and commented in class (the students will find the sources on DIR). Non-attending students: one of three questions will focus on Cameron's book.
Full argumentsThe events of the life and the reign of Emperor Julian the Apostate will be examined through the analysis of both literary, philosophical, and historical sources (especially Ammianus Marcellinus). Particular attention will be paid to the emperor's philosophical and religious position, and the military events that led to his death during the campaign against Persia in 363. In particular, the profiles of political history and the history of ideas will be under examination, also with the aim of grasping the complex issues that are at the basis of the contrast between Christianity and pagan culture in the late antiquity period.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of the historical events of the reign of Jiulian the Apostate (361-363) and analyzing them in a chronological, political and social context, with constant reference to major historiographical ancient sources.
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CourseSTORIA MEDIEVALE I M
Course IDLE0147
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderGANDINO Germana
TeachersGANDINO Germana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/01 - STORIA MEDIEVALE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractWomen's History. Antiquity and Middle Ages.
Reference textsEach regular attender will be assigned from the start a work schedule. Non-attenders will agree with the teacher a program in the following bibliography: E. Cantarella, I supplizi capitali. Origine e funzione delle pene di morte in Grecia e a Roma, Milano, Feltrinelli, 2011; E. Cantarella, L'ambiguo malanno. La donna nell'antichità greca e romana, Milano, Feltrinelli, 2013; F. Cenerini, La donna romana. Modelli e realtà, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013; G. Rizzelli, Le donne nell'esperienza giuridica di Roma antica. Il controllo dei comportamenti sessuali. una raccolta di testi, Lecce, Grifo, 2000; G. Rizzelli, Padri romani. Discorsi, modelli, forme, Lecce, Grifo, 2017; G. Duby, Il potere delle donne nel medioevo, Bari, Laterza, 2008; J. Le Goff, Il corpo nel medioevo, Bari, Laterza, 2010; A. M. Filippini, Generare, partorire, nascere. Una storia dall’antichità alla provetta, Roma, Viella, 2017; C. Osiek, M. Y. Macdonald, Il ruolo delle donne nel cristianesimo delle origini, Cinisello Balsamo, Edizioni San Paolo, 2007; C. Urso, Le donne al tempo di Gregorio Magno. La testimonianza del "Registrum epistularum", Trapani, Il pozzo di Giacobbe, 2013.
Teaching targetsacquiring an adequate knowledge of recent debates about women's history in Antiquity and Middle Ages; learning to set events, processes and mentalities in a historical context; making critical analyses of historical materials; taking an active part to lessons and preparing written essays; acquiring adequate skills in order to teach history in secondary schools.
Prerequisitesno prerequisites are required
Didattics Methodslectures; classroom discussion; oral and written reports.
Other informationsIn the course of the module it will be screened and discussed a film on the subject.
Grading rulesFor attending the oral report and written presentation in the module; for not attending the oral exam on textbooks.
Full argumentsthe course aim at discussing the most recent developments which have deeply changed women's ancient and medieval history.
Expected learning objectivesadequate knowledge of the recent debates on women's history in Antiquity and the Middle Ages; critical analysis of historical materials and their proper exposure in oral and written form also for teaching history in schools.
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CourseANGLO-AMERICAN CULTURE
Course IDLE0158
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIULI Maria Cristina
TeachersIULI Maria Cristina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/11 - LINGUE E LETTERATURE ANGLO-AMERICANE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractThis class examines examples of the Journey in Italy by 19th and 20th Century American writers and takes them as models to develop a discourse of literary and specialized tourism in English in the contemporary world
Reference textsMark Twain, The Innocents Abroad (1869), chap. 17-31; Henry James, Daisy Miller, (1879); Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms (1918) John Cheevers, The Journals of John Cheever, with an introduction by Geoff Dyer (Vintage Classics, 2011); [Selections will be uploaded on DIR] Secondary Readings: James Buzard, The Beaten Track: European Tourism, Literature, and the Ways to ‘Culture’ 1800-1918, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2001 (selections); Tim Youngs, The Cambridge Introduction to Travel Writing, CUP, 2013 (selections); Jeffrey Melton, "Mark Twain,Travel Books, and Tourism. The Tide of a Great Popular Movement", U. of Alabama Press, 2002 (ch. 1 and 2); Klara Stephanie Szlezák, “A Marathon of 135 Chapters and an Epilogue: Reading Moby-dick as Public Performance and Literary Heritage Event” – RSA Journal 28/2017, pp. 73-83;Charles Forsdick (2014) Travel, slavery, memory: thanatourism in the French Atlantic, Postcolonial Studies, 17:3, 251-265;
Teaching targetsKnowing the main elements of the emergence of tourism as a social practice in the United States in the XIX and XX Centuries, understanding its evolution, and getting inspiration for thinking critically about tourism as a global social practice and to develop a proposal for a sustainable project of literary tourism
PrerequisitesEnglish at least B1 level
Didattics MethodsLectures; seminar-like discussions; online individual exercises and activities in blended learning on DIR
Grading rulesTo pass the exam students may chose one among the following options: 1) writing a paper in English of approximately 20.000 characters, spaces included. The paper should present and in-depth analysis and interpretation of specific aspects of the assigned reading and of the issues and themes discussed in class. The topic should be discussed with the professor and the final paper will have to be turned in electronically (by email) at least one week before exam date. The paper will count for 70% toward the final grade, and will be graded on the following: a) degree of in-depht analysis of the topic; clear, logical and effective prose; correct syntax, grammar and spelling; correct formal structure (organization, footnotes,sources, bibliography, layout). 2) Writing a proposal for a tour project and relative brochure, in English. Le project proposal, of approximately 15.000 characters, spaces included, will have to feature: 1) a clear introduction of the project; 2) a description/profile of its target audience; 3) a detailed and accurate description of the program on which the touristic proposal is based; 4) a section that detail the quality, the specificity and the sustainability of the project as well as its strength and potential for attracting tourists. The brochure must provide a synthetic, functional and effective piece of communication for a tourist proposal. The project should be discussed beforehand with the professor and the final paper will have to be turned in electronically (by email) at least one week before exam date. The paper will count for 70% toward the final grade, and will be graded on the following: a) degree of in-depht analysis of the topic; clear, logical and effective prose; correct syntax, grammar and spelling; correct formal structure (organization, sources, bibliography, layout). In both cases, the grade of assigned online exercises and active class participation and contribution to discussion (on or off line) will contribute for the remaining 30% of final grade. Final grade will be assessed on the following: HP (High Pass): accurate, convincing, exhaustive, precise and well articulated prose, demonstrating knowledge of assigned material, close reading skills, originality and critical thinking skills – as well as clear and accurate prose. (28-30) MP (Medium Pass): the paper demonstrates solid knowledge of assigned readings, good reading and analytical skills, accurate close reading, clear prose without syntax and grammar mistakes, and sufficient originality. (24-27) P (Pass): sufficient, fairly precise and detailed, well expressed claims; the paper demonstrates sufficient knowledge of assigned material (18-23) F (Fail): Insufficient. The paper does not meet any of the following criteria: accuracy, precision, reading comprehension, written expression.
Full argumentsunità didattica 1: Differenze tra viaggiatori e turisti; l'inizio dell'industria turistica negli Stati Uniti; • unità didattica 2: L'evoluzione del Grand Tour e la nascita del turismo di Massa: Mark Twain • unità didattica 3: Mark Twain's "Innocents Abroad" • unità didattica 4: Turismo di massa e mobilità sociale: Henry James's Daisy Miller • unità didattica 5: Turismo e comunicazione turistica. Leggere Daisy Miller come una guida turistica. Il turismo letterario. • unità didattica 6: L'Italia di Ernest Hemingway, "A Farewell to Arms" • unità didattica 7: John Cheever in Italia: the Italian Short Stories. • Unità didattica 8: laboratorio sulla progettazione di una proposta turistica. Unità didattica 9: organizzare un saggio.
Expected learning objectivesIn order to pass this exam students will demonstrate: (KNOWLEDGE) – Knowledge of the emergence and consolidation of tourism as a socially determined practice; knowledge of the evolution of a discourse of tourism within literary discourse in XIX and XX century American Literature; Knowledge of the main narrative forms, tropes, metaphors, commonsense expressions, places of affection, sedimented language in the evolution of the narrative of the experience of the Journey in Italy of XIX and XX century American writers; knowledge of formal and rhetorical structures for writing a paper or for advancing a proposal for a project of literary tourism based on assigned readings. (SKILLS) ability to analyze and synthetize assigned readings, paying particular attention to their linguistic structure and to the text/context relation; learning how to develop and write a proposal for a literary tour project in English by using the appropriate rhetorical and linguistic register and the adequate layout. (CROSS-SKILLS) learning how to present information, knowledge, opinions and points of view in a clear, functional and effective way; learning how to organize and write a short text in English that develops out of topics discussed in class; learning how to do a basic bibliographic research; understand the rhetorical, cultural and linguistic structures on which an effective representation of the tourist experience depend, and learning how to use the same to develop a synthetic and effective piece of communication for tourism in the context of the multicultural, global industry of tourism; introducing a pedagogy of Anglo-American literature by means of cultural, linguistic and literary materials useful to develop teaching/learning strategies and educational projects in high schools.
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CourseANGLO-AMERICAN CULTURE
Course IDLE0158
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIULI Maria Cristina
TeachersIULI Maria Cristina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/11 - LINGUE E LETTERATURE ANGLO-AMERICANE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractThis class explores the experience of Italy and of the Italian Tour made by American writers in the course of the XIX and XX Centuries. Its teaching objectives are fourfold, training students to: 1) Analyze narrative forms, tropes, expressions, metaphors, clichés, places of affection, languages sedimented in the narrative of the Italian experience; 2) Translate examples, narrative selections, short stories, poems related to travelling and touring Italy from English into Italian. 3) Understand the rhetorical, cultural, and linguistic structures functional to an efficient and satisfying representation and storytelling of the touristic experience and learning how to use them is multicultural and multilingual contexts; Furthermore, this class will also: 4) Introduce a pedagogy of Anglo-American Literature by focusing on the analysis of cultural and intercultural communicative models and on the production of (inter)cultural, linguistic and literary materials that can be used in preparation of teaching activities targeted to secondary schools. Thus, this class grants CF that can be included in the computations of the requirements for teaching competition in secondary schools (1st and 2nd level) in compliance with D.M. 10-8-2017, 616.
Reference textsMark Twain, "Innocents Abroads" Henry James: "Daisy Miller" Ezra Pound (selected verses from The "Cantos". Ernest Hemingway "A Farewell to Arms" John Dos Passos, selections from "Travel Books and Other Writings, 1916-1941" John Cheever, Selections from "The Journals of John Cheever" and "The Stories of John Cheever"
Teaching targetsIts teaching objectives are fourfold, training students to: 1. Analyze narrative forms, tropes, expressions, metaphors, clichés, places of affection, languages sedimented in the narrative of the Italian experience; 2. Translate examples, narrative selections, short stories, poems related to travelling and touring Italy from English into Italian. 3. Understand the rhetorical, cultural, and linguistic structures functional to an efficient and satisfying representation and storytelling of the touristic experience and learning how to use them is multicultural and multilingual contexts; This class will also 4) Introduce a pedagogy of Anglo-American Literature by focusing on the analysis of cultural and intercultural communicative models and on the production of (inter)cultural, linguistic and literary materials that can be used in preparation of teaching activities targeted to secondary schools.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of English (written and spoken)
Didattics MethodsClass with annexed translation laboratory
Other informationsThis class meets once a week for three hours in order to better coordinate teaching and translation laboratory.
Grading rulesWRITTEN: Final essay or project to be turned in one week before the exam date. Students may choose one of the following 4 types of projects: 1. Final 12 pages academic essay on one of the assigned readings and consistent with the topic of this class (in English); 2. Translation portfolio with a selection of texts to be translated in agreement with the professor (in Italian) and a 3-4 pages reflection on translating options, difficulties, choices, etc. (in English); 3. Production of a touristic brochure or website with specialized content (literary and cultural tourism) in English; 4. Final portfolio of all the original assignment due in the course of this class and delivered in time, their revision, and a final 3-4 pages metacognitive essay (in English) addressing: the learning process through this class; the revising process of the assignment and final considerations. Final grade is 100% based on the evaluation of final project. Projects are due and must be electronically submitted one week before the exam date.
Full argumentsWeekly classes of 45 minutes teaching, 45 minutes discussion, 90 minutes translation laboratory
Expected learning objectivesLearning how to read, understand, and translate texts in English;learn the techniques of close reading; Develop cultural literacy and effective skills in cultural communication and touristic promotion.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0490 STORIA DELLE CULTURE DEL NORD AMERICA I ANNO A - VERCELLI
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CourseAPPLIED LINGUISTICS A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1176
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractWriting and the different writing systems. History of writing systems, typologization of ancient and modern writing systems. Sociolinguistic and ethnolinguistic features of writing.
Reference texts1. VALERI, V. La scrittura: 2. 2. CARDONA, G.R. Storia universale della scrittura: a. Parte I cap. 2 (pp. 29-49), cap. 3 (pp.50-55); b. Parte II capp. 1-2-3-4 (pp. 59-75); c. Parte III capp. 1-2-3 (pp. 117-154), cap. 4 (solo par.1, 4, 5, 6, 7), cap. 5 (solo par.1, 2 pp.183-192); cap. 6 (solo par. 1, 2, 3, pp. 200-213), cap. 10 (pp. 228-240). 3. CARDONA, G.R. Antropologia della scrittura: a. cap. 1 (pp. 17-60) b. cap. 2 (tutto tranne par. 2.2.4 e 2.2.7) c. cap. 3 e cap. 4 (pp. 89-154), d. cap. 5 (pp. 154-193). 4. CARDONA, G.R. I linguaggi del sapere: Parte II a. cap. 1 (pp. 115-120) b. cap. 2 (pp. 122-148) c. cap. 3 (pp. 149-169) d. cap. 4 (pp. 170-181).
Teaching targetsThe students will be asked to master the basic instruments of the linguistic analysis of writing systems. A further, more advanced, aim is to lead students to apply the notions and methodologies learned to a careful thought about data concerning different kinds of writing systems. A third aim is to lead students to learn the basic notion of the didactics of this dicipline.
PrerequisitesThe students should have passed an exam in General Linguistics. In absence of this prerequisite, the student is kindly asked to contact the teacher, who will provide some integration to the program.
Didattics MethodsTheoretical and practical lessons, individual study. Students will be required to actively participate in discussions about linguistic data and to solve exercises concerning the analysis of different types of writing systems.
Other informationsFor the students enroled in "Filologia moderna, classica e comparata", this course constitutes a part of the exams "Linguistica storica e appicata" (Glottologia + Linguistica Applicata A Magistrale), "Apprendimento Linguistico" (Linguistica applicata + Linguistica cognitiva"), "Metodologie linguistiche" ("Linguistica Applicata" + "Filologia Romanza magistrale"), "Linguistica Storica e Applicata" ("Linguistica Applicata" + "Glottologia Avanzata").
Grading rulesOral examination of approximatively 20 minutes. During the exam, the student will answer to a question for each text in the program. The final evaluation will be based on the following criteria: use of appropriate scientific terminology = 20%; each answer to questions on the four books in the program = 20%. Exams may be passed with a full grade (30/30) “cum laude” only if demonstrating accuracy and insight in answering.
Full argumentsThis course is about writing, since its birth and the first figured stones and rocks already expressing conceptualization forms during the Palaeolithic period. We will see what it has been the role of pictographies in the history of writing: with their iconicity, pictographies denote unambiguously specific referents. As a matter of fact we don't find pictographies exclusively at the beginning of the writing history (e.g. in the first stages of the Mesopotamian writing, of the Egyptian writing and of the Chinese writing), as well as we don't find pictographies exclusively in places and cultures considered very far and different from the western socieies (Nivx, Koriak, or Jukagir, where the unmarried girls use a rich pictographic system to carve love letters on birch's barks). Yet, we do find pictographies also in moder places as airports, e.g. the image of a man on a zigzag line to denote escalators. Other typologies of writing, as the more recent syllabic and alphabetic systems, are more difficult to be disambiguated as they are not iconic, but they reveal a lesser dependence by the context, a crucial requirement in our post-industrial societies. During the course there will be analysed the most ancient written texts, as the Mesopotamian tablets of Uruk IV, texts written in cuneiform writing, the Egypitian and Luvian hieroglyphics, the Aztec glyphs. We will consider how the originally pictographic writing of Chinese has changed in a ideographic writing, the hybrid writing system of Japanese, and of the birth and the evolution of phonographic writing systems, included the alphabetical system that we currently use. After having considered the linguistic features of writing, we will analyse the sociolinguistic and ethnolinguistic aspects of writing. In the course it will be shown how the "writing event" (in the terms of the ethnography of speech) is characterised by the peculiar domain in which it takes place (the magic domain, the economic transactions domain, the educational domain, the the politic or legal domains). A particular attention will be paid to the peculiar link existing in many cultures between writing and magic, in the setting up of execration tablets, sortes, amulets, talismans, pentacles, magic bowls, as well as in practices with therapeutic goal as "graphophagy". • unit 1: Linguistics and ethnography of • unit 2: Typologization of writing systems; • unit 3: Mnemonical systems, quipus, proverb's writing by artefacts in Western Africa; • unit 4: The precursors of writing: the pictographies; • unit 5: The tablets of Uruk IV; • unit 6: The Mesopotamian writing; • unit 7: The Egyptian writing; • unit 8: The Luvian hieroglyphics; • unit 9: The Aegean writing; • unit 10: The meso-American writing; • unit 11: The Chinese ideographic writing; • unit 12: The hybrid system of Japanese; • unit 13: The first alphabetic writings; • unit 14: Magic and ritual functions of writing; • unit 15: Learning and teaching the theory of writing.
Expected learning objectives• KNOWLEDGE AND COMPREHENSION: to show knowledge of principles and methods for the linguistic theory of writing; to show knowledge of the peculiaritues of the different writing systems. • APPLYING NEW KNOWLEDGE AND COMPREHENSION SKILLS: to be able to distinguish and describe different types of writing systems. The students should be able to plan didactic activities aiming to the teching of this subject. • AUTONOMY IN JUDGEMENT: They should face the linguistic analysis of a text written in a non-alphabetic linguistic typology of writing in an autonomous way. •COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS: The students should express their knowledge in linguistics using the appropriate terminology of the linguistic metalanguage. • LEARNING ABILITIES: The students should be able to investigate the study of writing systems.
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0314 DIDATTICA DELLA LINGUISTICA APPLICATA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA (1777) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0298 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0298 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP033 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP033 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP035 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP035 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
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CourseAPPLIED LINGUISTICS A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1176
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCASTAGNETO Marina
TeachersCASTAGNETO Marina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/01 - GLOTTOLOGIA E LINGUISTICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractLanguage acquisition This course will focus on acquisitional linguistics, paying a specific attention to the spontaneous acquistiion of a second language (L2) and to the acquisition of pragmatics.
Reference textsBettoni, Camilla "Imparare un’altra lingua", Bari, Laterza, 2001. -Bettoni, Camilla "Usare un'altra lingua", Bari, Laterza, 2006 (cap. 3 "la pragmatica"; cap. 6 "apprendimento e insegnamento della pragmatica e della cultura"). -Chini, Marina "Che cos'è la linguistica acquisizionale", Roma, Carocci, 2005 (alcuni capp.). -Pallotti, Gabriele "La seconda lingua", Milano, Bompiani, 2000 (alcuni capitoli).
Teaching targetsThe students will master the basic instruments of acquistional linguistics. The students should learn to use the notion of acquisitional linguistics in teaching the languages and the pragmatics.
Prerequisitesthe students should have passed an exam in General Linguistics
Didattics MethodsTheoretical and practical lessons, individual study.
Other informationsFor the students enroled in "Filologia moderna, classica e comparata", this course constitutes a part of the exams "Linguistica storica e appicata" (Glottologia + Linguistica Applicata A Magistrale), "Apprendimento Linguistico" (Linguistica applicata + Linguistica cognitiva"), "Metodologie linguistiche" ("Linguistica Applicata" + "Filologia Romanza magistrale").
Grading rulesOral examination of approximatively 20 minutes. During the exam, the student will answer to a question for each text in the program.
Full argumentsThis course concerns the learning process of any language (but the mother tongue) in spontaneous context. We will see what input is, how it is structured and can be modified or negotiated, how it should be "in context" to be correctly understood. We will face the notion of "interlanguage" and we will discover that linguistic learning passes thorugh the very same fixed stages in any language and for every learner both on lexicon level that on morpho-syntactic level. Moreover, it is important to understand how having different age, personalities, motivation or communicative styles plays a role in the attainment of the final target in linguistic learning process, influencing the learning speed and the final results of learning process. To better understand the role of the factor "age" in learning, there will be given some basic notions of neurolinguistics. • unit 1: the acquisitional linguistics, • unit 2: the notion of "interlanguage"; • unit 3: the notion of input, its structure and its contextualization; • unit 4: the foreigner talk; • unit 5: the negotiation of input; • unit 6: the Levelt's psycholinguistic model; • unit 7: the spontaneous learning of the lexicon; • unit 8: the learning of grammar: the acquisition of nominal gender and of the relativization strategies; • unit 9: the ZISA project; • unit 10: the weight of L1; • unit 11: individual factors in learning: motivation, cognitive styles, personalities; • unit 12: socio-contextual factors in learning; • unit 13: communicating in the second language: the pragmatics of L2; • unit 14: main theories in the field of L2 acquisition; • unit 15: Learning and teaching pragmatics.
Expected learning objectives• KNOWLEDGE AND COMPREHENSION: The students should be acquainted with the basic notions of acquisitional linguistics • APPLYING NEW KNOWLEDGE AND COMPREHENSION SKILLS: The students should be able to apply the basic notions of acquisitional linguistics to the didactics of the languages. The student should be able to plan didactic activities aiming to hte teching of pragmatics. • AUTONOMY IN JUDGEMENT: They should face a linguistica analysis in an autonomous way. •COMMUNICATIVE SKILLS: The students should express their knowledge in linguistics using the appropriate terminology of the linguistic metalanguage. • STUDYING SKILLS: The students should be able to study in depth the acquisitional linguistics
Course borrowed toLETTERE (1722) - LE0314 DIDATTICA DELLA LINGUISTICA APPLICATA - VERCELLI
FILOSOFIA (1777) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0298 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP033 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP033 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP035 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LP035 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1176 LINGUISTICA APPLICATA A MAGISTRALE - VERCELLI
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CourseAPPROFONDIMENTI DELL’AMBITO LINGUISTICO E LETTERARIO
Course IDLE0317
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 90
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseAPPROFONDIMENTI DELL’AMBITO LINGUISTICO E LETTERARIO
Course IDLE0317
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 90
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseCOMPARATIVE LITERATURES 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1236
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/14 - CRITICA LETTERARIA E LETTERATURE COMPARATE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractHOW AND WHY LITERATURE TODAY? EXPERIENCE, CORRELATION, TEACHING
Reference texts1) Federico Bertoni, Letteratura. Teoria, metodi, strumenti, Roma, Carocci, 2018 2) Niccolò Scaffai, Letteratura e ecologia. Forme e modi di una relazione narrativa, Roma, Carocci, 2017 3) One essay to be chosen between: - Stefano Calabrese, La fiction e la vita. Lettura, benessere, salute, Milano, Mimesis, 2017 Or - Alberto Casadei, Biologia della letteratura. Corpo, stile, storia, Milano, il Saggiatore, 2018 Or - Michele Cometa, Perché le storie ci aiutano a vivere. La letteratura necessaria, Milano, Cortina, 2017 Other materials will be indicated during the course. N.B. For attending students the materials presented in the DIR platform are considered a necessary part to be prepared for the exam. SUPPLEMETARY TEXTS FOR NON ATTENDING STUDENTS - another essay to be chosen between the texts at the point 3
Teaching targetsobjectives - knowledge and understanding. Knowledge of some proposals of literary theory and literary methodology, with particular attention to the most recent reflections on the role of literature today and its teaching. • Objectives - Applying Knowledge and Understanding Skills: Acquisition of some basic notions of theory and aesthetics of literature, their critical use in analyzing and commenting a text and their active and interactive use in teaching literature . Acquisition of methodological tools for teaching how to read, analyse and comment a literary text and of literary forms and practices within the contemporary social and cultural context. Acquisition of the ability to compare - and to teach to compare -works of different literatures by contextualizing them historically, geographically and culturally, and identifying the different organizations of plots, the systems of the characters, as well as the main genres and style features. Objectives - Expression of Judgments: Evaluation of the work as a stratified aesthetic object to be considered in its original context, in its main structural and compositional elements, in its links with the works of other literary traditions and in its historical and intercultural vitality . Critical evaluation of some different methodologies of didactic of literature with particular reference to most recent proposals. • Objectives - Communication skills: the ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology. • objectives - study skills: Potentiating the students' ability to read, analyze and compare texts of different traditions, undestanding their context, their structures, their stylistic strategies.
PrerequisitesKnowledge, acquired during the precedent three years, of history of Italian, European and World literature; fundaments of critic and theory of literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text reading and text analysis, discussions. During the course students who wish, singularly or in group, can present to the class a text or a part of the programme. DIR website will be used.
Other informationsPc and video projector are required
Grading rulesStudents can choose between the written and the oral form of examination. The examination, either in oral form or in written, includes 1) one or more theoretical-methodological questions concerning the texts on theory of literature and methodological tools, 2) analysis, interpretation and commentary of a piece from a literary text examined in the essays to be studied for the exam, or (for attending students) analyzed during the course. The student is thus asked to demonstrate: 1. KNOWLEDGE Knowledge of some proposals of literary theory and literary methodology, with particular attention to the most recent reflections on the role of literature today and its teaching. 2. COMPETENCES Knowlewdge of some basic notions of theory and aesthetics of literature, their critical use in analyzing and commenting a text and their active and interactive use in teaching literature . Acquisition of methodological tools for teaching how to read, analyse and comment a literary text and of literary forms and practices within the contemporary social and cultural context. 3. TRANSVERSALS SKILLS the ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology. In particular, the following weight will be given to the verification of the aforementioned achievement of the training objectives: 1. 40%; 2. 40%; 3. 20%; N.B. The evaluation of the written exam will include the grammatical correctness (orthography, morphology, syntax).
Expected learning objectivesIn order to achieve the knowledge and skills corresponding to the minimum level of sufficiency, the student is asked to demonstrate: 1. KNOWLEDGE Knowledge of some proposals of literary theory and literary methodology, with particular attention to the most recent reflections on the role of literature today and its teaching. 2. COMPETENCES Knowlewdge of some basic notions of theory and aesthetics of literature, their critical use in analyzing and commenting a text and their active and interactive use in teaching literature . Acquisition of methodological tools for teaching how to read, analyse and comment a literary text and of literary forms and practices within the contemporary social and cultural context. 3. TRANSVERSALS SKILLS the ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology. To achieve an advanced level, the student must demonstrate: - an organic vision of the topics dealt with in class, together with articulated skills of synthesis and analysis; - the ability to personal and critical processing of the issues dealt with, combined with an excellent expressive ability; - the ability to deepen specific topics independently, even beyond the indications provided during the lessons and in the exam program.
Course borrowed toFILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0116 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0116 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0117 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0117 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
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CourseCOMPARATIVE LITERATURES 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1236
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSINI Stefania Irene
TeachersSINI Stefania Irene
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/14 - CRITICA LETTERARIA E LETTERATURE COMPARATE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractFROM FAIRY TALE TO STORYTELLING: FORMS AND MODES OF NARRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Reference texts- STEFANO CALABRESE, La fiction e la vita. Lettura, benessere, salute, Milano, Mimesis, 2017. - PAOLO GIOVANNETTI, Spettatori del Romanzo, Milano, Ledizioni, 2015. - CLAUDIO MARAZZINI, Le fiabe, Roma, Carocci, 2004. A work to be choosen: - ITALO CALVINO, Fiabe italiane. - La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes i sus fortunas y adversidades. - DANIEL DEFOE, A Journal of the Plague Year. NIKOLAY LESKOV, The Enchanted Wanderer (Николай Лесков, Очарованный странник). - ARTHUR SCHNITZLER, Traumnovelle, - ITALO CALVINO, Se una notte d’inverno un viaggiatore, Torino, Einaudi. - SVETLANA ALEXIEVICH, Chernobyl Prayer: A Chronicle of the Future (UK title) / Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster (US title) (Светлана Алексиевич,Чернобыльская молитва. Хроника будущего). Film Andy & Larry Wachowsky, The Matrix (1998). Supplementary reading for non attending students: - ELEAZAR MELETINSKIJ, Archetipi Letterari, macerata, Eum, 2015 or - ELENA FRATTO (ed), Narrative and Medicine, «Enthymema» 16 (2016) (http://riviste.unimi.it/index.php/enthymema)
Teaching targets• objectives - knowledge and understanding:Knowledge of some examples of narrative forms and narrative experience and various recent methods of didactic of literature with particular attention to narrative experience. • Objectives - Applying Knowledge and Understanding Skills: Acquisition of basic notions of theory and aesthetics of literature, their critical use in analyzing and commenting a text and their active and interactive use in teaching literature . Acquisition of methodological toosl for teaching how to read, analyse and comment a narrative text and narrative forms and practices. Acquisition of the ability to compare - and to teach to compare -works of different literatures by contextualizing them historically, geographically and culturally, and identifying the different organizations of plots, the systems of the characters, as well as the main genres and style features. • Objectives - Expression of Judgments: Evaluation of the work as a stratified aesthetic object to be considered in its original context, in its main structural and compositional elements, in its links with the works of other literary traditions and in its historical and intercultural vitality . Critical evaluation of some different methodologies of didactic of literature with particular reference to teaching through the narrative experience. • Objectives - Communication skills: the ability in argumentation, with clear and precise terminology. • objectives - study skills: Potentiating the students' ability to read, analyze and compare texts of differents traditions, undestanding their context, their structures, their stylistic strategies.
PrerequisitesKnowledge, acquired during the precedent three years, of history of Italian, European and American literature; fundaments of critic and theory of literature
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, text reading and text analysis, projection of films, discussions. During the course students who wish, singularly or in group, can present to the class a text or a film or a part of the programme. DIR website will be used.
Other informationsPc and video projector are required
Grading rulesStudents can choose between the written and the oral form of examination. The examination, either in oral form or in written, includes 1) one or more theoretical-methodological questions concerning the texts on narrative theory and narrative tools, 2) analysis, interpretation and commentary of a piece from the chosen literary text and / or the film.
Full arguments• teaching unit 1: Introduction to the course. The natural narrative. • teaching unit 2: The narrative experience. The fairy tale. • teaching unit 3: The fairytale. Italo Calvino, Fiabe italiane. Reading, analysis, commentary • teaching unit 4: Italo Calvino, Fiabe italiane. Reading, analysis, commentary • teaching unit 5: : The narrative of the self: forms and genres. Towards the novel: the adventures of Lazarillo. • teaching unit 6: La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes. Reading, analysis, commentary. • teaching unit 7: The gestation of the novel: Daniel Defoe, A Journal of the Plague Year. Reading, analysis, commentary. • didactic unit 8: Daniel Defoe, A Journal of the Plague Year. Reading, analysis, commentary. Forms of skaz: Nikolay Leskov, The Enchanted Wanderer. • teaching unit 9: Nikolay Leskov, The Enchanted Wanderer. Reading, analysis, commentary. • teaching unit 10: The modernist narrative: Arthur Schnitzler, Traumnovelle. Reading, analysis, commentary. • teaching unit 11: The place of the reader: Italo Calvino, Se una notte d’inverno un viaggiatore. Reading, analysis, commentary. • teaching unit 12: Italo Calvino, Se una notte d’inverno un viaggiatore. Reading, analysis, commentary. • teaching unit 13: Narrative medicine. Lessons by the students of the interdepartmental Master Upo in Narrative Medicine • teaching unit 14: Contagion stories: Svetlna Alexievich, Chernobyl Prayer. • teaching unit 15: Discussion, conclusion of the course.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge of some examples of narrative forms and narrative experience. Khowledge of some methodological proposals of diactic of literature based on the condivision of narrative experience. Acquisition of basic notions of theory and aesthetics of literature, their critical use in analyzing and commenting a text and their active and interactive use in teaching. Acquisition of the ability to compare - and to teach to compare - works of different literatures by contextualizing them historically, geographically and culturally, and identifying the different organizations of plots, the systems of the characters, as well as the main genres and style features.
Course borrowed toFILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0116 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0117 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - LE0117 LETTERATURA ITALIANA MAGISTRALE II - VERCELLI
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CourseDIDACTICS OF MODERN LANGUAGES 2° LEVEL A
Course IDL0532
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZALESKA Maria
TeachersZALESKA Maria
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/02 - DIDATTICA DELLE LINGUE MODERNE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
AbstractTEMI E METODOLOGIE DI BASE DELLA DIDATTICA DELLE LINGUE: UNA PROSPETTIVA PRAGMATICA E INTERCULTURALE.
Reference textsFor the oral exam: Balboni, P. (2013) Fare educazione linguistica. Insegnare italiano, lingue straniere e lingue classiche. Utet. Caon, F. [a cura di] (2016) Educazione linguistica nella classe ad abilità differenziate. Bonacci editore. Materials, information and support available online (DIR - Didattica In Rete).
Teaching targetsUsing the theoretical background of the Didattica delle lingue moderne A course, this course focuses on development of students’ practical teaching and learning skills. The main aims of the course include: to explore teachability and learnability of general communicative skills in the didactics of foreign languages (e.g. interest raising, attention guiding, skillful question posing, competent use of grammatical and lexical means of a foreign language as persuasive resources); to discuss intercultural, cross-cultural and societal aspects of pragmatics in the didactics of foreign languages teaching and learning; to develop future teachers’ skills of the reflexive practice; to introduce basic concepts of research methodology of foreign languages.
PrerequisitesAt least one modern language (in addition to own national language, of course) studied at school; ability to complement classroom lectures and activities with home reading of academic books, essays and articles in the recommended reading list.
Didattics MethodsThe integration of three complementary methods is proposed: lectures, practical activities (within the formula of learning through experience and group projects), as well as seminarial activities (including the implementation of the reflexive practice). Therefore, the regular lesson attendance is strongly advised to profit fully from the course. The students unable to attend regularly the course (because of working hours or other important causes) are kindly asked to contact the lecturer before/at the beginning of the course to agree on an individualized study program. Materials, information and support are available online (DIR - Didattica In Rete).
Other informationsThe reading material includes texts in Italian and in English.
Grading rulesThe full list of questions at the oral exam will be available at the beginning of the course. The students are expected to give extensive answers at a set of three questions. One question addresses theoretical issues (theories, methods, definitions etc.) presented in the bibliography and/or in the support reading material. The second question will prompt a discussion on the applicability of the selected concept(s) at different levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, with examples proposed by the student. The third issue consists in formulating a methodologically justified proposal of a didactic usage of a short authentic material.
Full argumentsCommunication skills in foreign languages as an equipment for life (the abilities of interest raising, attention guiding, skillful question posing, competent use of grammatical and lexical means of a foreign language as persuasive resources). Linguistic, discursive and pragmatic awareness in foreign language teaching and learning. Intercultural approaches in foreign languages didactics (speaking, hearing, reading, writing, as well as visual literacy and cultural patterns of behavior). The concept of student’s autonomy in the foreign languages teaching and learning. Theory and practice of reflexivity from the perspective of the teacher and the student. The basic tools in methodology of foreign languages didactic research.
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CourseENGLISH CULTURE
Course IDLE0155
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
TeachersPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractTOURING CULTURES: ENGLISH LITERATURE AND THE DISCOURSES OF TOURISM
Reference textsJames Buzard, The Beaten Track: European Tourism, Literature, and the Ways to ‘Culture’ 1800-1918, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2001 ISBN 0-19-812276-4; Luigi Marfè, Oltre la ‘fine dei viaggi’. I resoconti dell’altrove nella letteratura contemporanea, Firenze, Olschki, 2009 ISBN 978-88-222-5924-0; Tim Youngs, The Cambridge Introduction to Travel Writing, CUP, 2013 ISBN 9780521697392; Paul Fussell, Abroad: British Literary Traveling Between the Wars, OUP USA, 1982, ISBN-10 0195030680, ISBN-13 978-0195030686.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at developing in-depth knowledge of the relations between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice, with specific reference to a series of major nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary texts. It also aims at building up advanced skills in the analysis of texts in prose and in verse.
PrerequisitesB1 level of English
Didattics MethodsLectures and in-class readings of primary texts
Grading rulesPrior to the oral exam, students are required to write a paper on a topic of their own choice. The paper must be handed in at least one week before the oral exam. The oral exam (approx. 20 minutes) will start with the discussion of the paper and will assess: - the knowledge of the texts/topics/authors covered in class; - the knowledge of the cultural contexts of the primary texts; - the ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions; - the degree of coherence, accuracy and relevance of the student's answers.
Full argumentsThis course will discuss various facets of the interaction between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice. It will address issues such as: • The model provided by the Grand Tour and its nineteenth-century modifications (Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage; Charles Dickens, Pictures from Italy) • The role of tourism in the process of (self-)representation of cultural identity (E.M. Forster, Room with a View) • The distinction between tourist and traveller, tourism and anti-tourism, and the related notion of authenticity (Bruce Chatwin, In Patagonia) • The development of specific narrative genres—travel writing, guidebooks, diaries, periodicals • The notion of Literary tourism
Expected learning objectives(KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - in-depth knowledge of the relations between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice - knowledge of a series of nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary texts dealing with tourist practices. - critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. (APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts (historical, geographical, political), using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of the texts considered. - Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate - clearly and effectively - knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with.
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CourseENGLISH CULTURE
Course IDLE0155
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
TeachersPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractTOURING CULTURES: ENGLISH LITERATURE AND THE DISCOURSES OF TOURISM
Reference textsJames Buzard, The Beaten Track: European Tourism, Literature, and the Ways to ‘Culture’ 1800-1918, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2001 ISBN 0-19-812276-4; Luigi Marfè, Oltre la ‘fine dei viaggi’. I resoconti dell’altrove nella letteratura contemporanea, Firenze, Olschki, 2009 ISBN 978-88-222-5924-0; Tim Youngs, The Cambridge Introduction to Travel Writing, CUP, 2013 ISBN 9780521697392; Paul Fussell, Abroad: British Literary Traveling Between the Wars, OUP USA, 1982, ISBN-10 0195030680, ISBN-13 978-0195030686.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at developing in-depth knowledge of the relations between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice, with specific reference to a series of major nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary texts. It also aims at building up advanced skills in the analysis of texts in prose and in verse.
PrerequisitesB1 level of English
Didattics MethodsLectures and in-class readings of primary texts
Grading rulesPrior to the oral exam, students are required to write a paper on a topic of their own choice. The paper must be handed in at least one week before the oral exam. The oral exam (approx. 20 minutes) will start with the discussion of the paper and will assess: - the knowledge of the texts/topics/authors covered in class; - the knowledge of the cultural contexts of the primary texts; - the ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions; - the degree of coherence, accuracy and relevance of the student's answers.
Full argumentsThis course will discuss various facets of the interaction between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice. It will address issues such as: • The model provided by the Grand Tour and its nineteenth-century modifications (Lord Byron, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage; Charles Dickens, Pictures from Italy) • The role of tourism in the process of (self-)representation of cultural identity (E.M. Forster, Room with a View) • The distinction between tourist and traveller, tourism and anti-tourism, and the related notion of authenticity (Bruce Chatwin, In Patagonia) • The development of specific narrative genres—travel writing, guidebooks, diaries, periodicals • The notion of Literary tourism
Expected learning objectives(KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - in-depth knowledge of the relations between literary discourse and the development of tourism as an historically determined cultural practice - knowledge of a series of nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary texts dealing with tourist practices. - critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. (APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts (historical, geographical, political), using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of the texts considered. - Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate - clearly and effectively - knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0021
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersROCK James, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
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LE0051 LINGUISTICA INGLESE SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE ROCK James
LE0052 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE DELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
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CourseLINGUISTICA INGLESE SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0051
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROCK James
TeachersROCK James
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0052
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA (BUSINESS ENGLISH)
Reference textsMirella Ravecca, New Travelmate - English for Tourism (Minerva Scuola) ISBN 978-88-298-3662-8. Additional material will be made available on DIR as part of the references for the final exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C2 Level in the Common European Framework. Students will be able to discuss theoretical and practical issue associated with the language of tourism.
PrerequisitesAdequate knowledge of English (level C1 of the Common European Framework).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities, practicals and self-study.
Grading rulesIn the written part of the exam, students will be asked to act as a tourist agency and provide a detailed description of a destination in Italy proposed by the teacher in the form of a task. The written paper will include historical, artistic, eno-gastronomical aspects of the destination, travel and accommodation costs, a program of visits, etc.. The oral part of the exam consists in the description of an international destination chosen by the student. The candidate will prepare a detailed folder that will be presented during the oral discussion.
Full argumentsThe course will offer a thorough analysis of the English language with a specific focus on marketing, business interactions in the touristic industry. Several linguistic aspects related to lexis, grammar, style and structural organization of various types of texts will be discussed during the course (brochures, promotional texts, leaflets, commercial correspondence, etc.)
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0875 LINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersRIDINGER Gayle Mary, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LERTOLA Jennifer
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA (GENERAL ENGLISH)
Reference textsR. Spack, THE INTERNATIONAL STORY: an Anthology with Guidelines for Reading and Writing about Fiction, student’s book, Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-52165797-6. C. Taylor, LANGUAGE TO LANGUAGE, A Practical and Theoretical Guide for Italian/English Translators, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-10: 0521597234 or more recently ISBN-13: 9780521597234. Handouts on literary translation, journalistic translation and style, and other will be available on DIR for students to download. This material is part of the course and has to be prepared by students for the exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C2 Level in the Common European Framework. Students will be able to discuss theoretical and practical issue associated with the translation of literary texts from italian into English and vice versa. They will be able to write complex interpretative essays with special attention to the logic structuring of ideas, cohesion and coherence of the text.
PrerequisitesAdequate knowledge of English (level C1 of the Common European Framework).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities, practicals and self-study.
Grading rulesTranslation (ITA-ENG; ENG-ITA); interpretative essay; oral discussion.
Full argumentsThe programme is divided into two parts: 1- Theoretical and practical aspects of literary translation and journalistic translation; 2- Structural and stylitics aspects of texts for the writing of interpretative essays.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1200
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0045 ENGLISH LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE FORMENTELLI Maicol
LE0040 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE FORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
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CourseENGLISH LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0045
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractDISCOVERING CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH: MORPHO-SYNTACTIC AND LEXICAL ASPECTS
Reference textsJackson, Howard - Ze Amvela, Etienne (2007) Words, meaning and vocabulary: an introduction to modern English lexicology. 2nd Edition. London, New York: Cassell. ISBN: 9780826490186. Gramley S & Patzold (2004) A survey of modern English. 2nd Edition. London: Routledge. (SELECTED CHAPTERS). D. Biber, S. Conrad, G. Leech: Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English, Harlow: Pearson Education, 2002 (ISBN 9780582237261). S. Conrad, D. Biber, G. Leech: Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English Workbook, Harlow: Pearson Education, 2002 (978-0582539426). Douglas Biber and Susan Conrad (2009) Register, Genre, and Style. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press (SELECTED CHAPTERS). Further references will be given in class and will be available on DIR.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students should be able to apply the specific terminology, analytical tools and notions acquired in class for the analysis of complex written and oral texts belonging to different genres with particular reference to morphology, syntax and semantics.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsLecture, text analysis, audio and video recordings, material on DIR
Grading rulesWritten test Students are asked to answer some open questions on the topics discussed in class and to carry out the linguistic analysis of short English texts. The written test lasts approximately 2 hours.
Full argumentsMoving from the notions of register and genre the course aims to explore some structural aspects of the English language, with a focus on morpho-syntax and lexicon: - Parsing and Part of Speech (POS) identification. - Rules of word formation (derivation, composition, conversion, clipping, blends, acronyms). - Identification and analysis of simple and complex phrases (pre- and post-modification). - Lexical relations (synonymy, antonymy, hyperonimy, hyponymy, meronymy). - The notions of collocation and colligation. Simple and complex lexical units (binomials, idioms, proverbs). - Metaphors. - Aspects of sociolinguistic variation in English.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0040
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
CFU6
Individual study time 38
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH)
Reference textsLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH) Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate - Student's book ISBN- 978 1107 680982 Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate - Personal study book ISBN - 978 1107 686601. Language Practice for Advanced 4th Edition Student's Book and MPO with key Pack (new edition 2014) by Michael Vince ISBN - 978-0-230-46381-3 Alice Oshima, Anne Hogue, Linda Butler, WRITING ACADEMIC ENGLISH – LEVEL 4, The Longman Academic Writing Series, Longman. ISBN: 9780131523593. CV writing dispensa. Summary writing dispensa. Additional material will be handed out in class and made available on DIR. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS (highly suggested volumes): Paul Emmerson, BUSINESS VOCABULARY BUILDER - INTERMEDIATE (Second Edition), Macmillan. ISBN-9780230716841. Paul Emmerson, BUSINESS GRAMMAR BUILDER - INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE (Second Edition), Macmillan. ISBN 9780230732544.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B2/C1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities in class, self-study.
Other informationsALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE BOOKS LISTED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE COURSE. (OPTIONAL BOOKS ARE EXCLUDED)
Grading rulesLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH) Reading/comprehension; translation into English; summary writing; listening; oral discussion and job interview presentation. All of the parts of the exam must be passed in the same exam session.
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class. The course also includes the Job Interview Project.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, FORMENTELLI Maicol
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH)
Reference textsLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH) M. Vince, Language Practice New Edition C1 Student's Book Pack with Macmillan Practice Online and Answer Key. ISBN 9780230463813. A. Mignani, TEN WOMEN, TEN STORIES, book and CD, Cideb. ISBN 978-88-775-4749-1. Dorothy Zemach and Lisa Rumisek, ACADEMIC WRITING: FROM PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, Macmillan, ISBN 978-1-4050-8606-6 G. Dowling, A STUDY OF THE ENGLISH VERB FOR ITALIANS, Supernova (Padova). ISBN:8888548246 or ISBN-13: 9788888548241. G. Ridinger, TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES, Arcipelago Editore (Milano). Ridinger and Baseotto, LISTENING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE, Arcipelago Editore (Milano). CV writing dispensa. Additional materia on paragraph/essay writing, reading comprehension and academic English will be handed out in class and made available on DIR. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS (additional highly suggested volumes): Clandfield Lindsay, Jeffries Amanda, McAvoy J., Pickering Kate, Benne Robb, GLOBAL: UPPER-INTERMEDIATE - Student’s book + workbook + Ebook, Macmillan. ISBN 9780230441156.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B2/C1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities in class, self-study.
Other informationsALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE BOOKS LISTED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE COURSE. (OPTIONAL BOOKS ARE EXCLUDED)
Grading rulesLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH) Reading/comprehension; translation into English; paragraph writing; listening/comprehension; oral discussion and CV presentation. All of the parts of the exam must be passed in the same exam session.
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class. The course also includes the Job Interview Project.
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CourseENGLISH LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0521
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPUSTIANAZ Marco
TeachersPUSTIANAZ Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO PERFORMANCE STUDIES THROUGH EXAMPLES FROM BRITISH THEATRE AND LIVE ART (1960-2017)
Reference textsBibliography in English for Letteratura inglese specialistica A: Simon Shepherd, The Cambridge Introduction to Performance Theory (Cambridge UP) Palladini - Pustianaz, Lexicon for an Affective Archive (Intellect) Benford-Giannachi, Performing Mixed Reality (MIT Press) Alston, Beyond Immersive Theatre. Aesthetics, Politics and Productive Participation (Palgrave) Bibliography in Italian for Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale: Valentina Valentini, Mondi, corpi, materie. Teatri del secondo Novecento (Bruno Mondadori) Crisafulli, Il teatro dei luoghi. Lo spettacolo generato dalla realtà (Artdigiland) Giuseppe Toscano, Azioni in cornice. Costruzione sociale della Performance Art (Franco Angeli) AAVV, Nuovo teatro inglese : contiene Blasted (Dannati) / di Sarah Kane. Shopping & fucking / di Mark Ravenhill. Mojo / di Jez Butterworth. Attentati alla vita di lei / di Martin Crimp. Il killer Disney / di Philip Ridley (Ubulibri)
Teaching targetsLearn about the general notion of "performance" in its interdisciplinary use in the XX century, especially since the 1960s. Be aware of the differences between theatre and performance, as well as of their increasing contamination in the most recent forms of post-dramatic, participatory, multimedia theatre etc. Learn how to decode the various and interconnected aspects of theatre and performance, both verbal and non-verbal. Learn to apply such knowledge when describing performance events and writing about them in an academic essay. Increase the ability to "see" theatre and performance events with a critical eye, both through their recorded documents and live. Make use of the notion of "affective archive" in order to write a memoir of a live performance. Learn about some of the main examples of British theatre (both artists and companies) and live art since the 1960s.
PrerequisitesEnglish level B2 for MA students taking the module Letteratura inglese A spec. None for the students who have enrolled for Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale.
Didattics MethodsLectures and discussion of recorded video materials.
Other informationsPROGETTO FREE MOVER PER UNA SETTIMANA GRATIS A LONDRA (per ulteriori informazioni rivolgersi al docente) L'iscrizione al modulo di Letteratura inglese specialistica A, a quello di Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale e al modulo integrato di Culture del cinema e dello spettacolo, darà la possibilità a 5 studenti di partecipare, insieme al docente, a un'attività supplementare in mobilità internazionale per la durata di una settimana a Londra (senza costi per lo studente!). Gli studenti saranno scelti dopo un colloquio preliminare (in data da confermare). L’attività in mobilità si svolgerà prevedibilmente nella prima settimana di giugno 2018, in concomitanza con le date di inizio del festival internazionale di teatro LIFT (le date sono da confermare). Saranno inoltre previsti alcuni incontri seminariali presso la Study Room della LADA a Londra, che ospita una delle migliori biblioteche inglesi dedicate al teatro e alla performance contemporanee, e, soprattutto, un ricchissimo archivio audiovisivo di documentazione. Il direttore della LADA, Lois Keidan, ha assicurato la piena collaborazione e disponibilità a ospitare il gruppo di studenti italiani, che potranno anche avere incontri con artisti inglesi in sede. Il resto della settimana prevede la partecipazione al festival LIFT e la visione di almeno uno spettacolo al giorno scelto insieme al docente. Oltre al festival LIFT sarà possibile anche la visione di uno o due spettacoli scelti dalla ricchissima offerta teatrale londinese. Il resto del tempo (in particolare le mattinate) saranno libere per visite alla città. Siti web LADA: www.thisisliveart.co.uk LIFT: www.liftfestival.com) Modalità di verifica Lo studente dovrà scrivere una memoria scritta di ogni spettacolo visto a Londra, secondo le medesime indicazioni per le memorie di teatro del modulo, della lunghezza di 4-5 pagine. Riconoscimento CFU L'attività, supplementare a quella per l'esame del modulo, darà diritto a 2 CFU extranumerari, così come stabilito da decreto rettorale.
Grading rulesThe exam will consist in a written paper (in English for MA students of English, in Italian for the others), length 20.000 characters on a topic agreed upon with the teacher. The essay must be argumentative, complying with the rules and conventions of academic writing, including the use of a selected bibliography (at least two academic sources). These guidelines will be provided by the teacher. The students are allowed up to two chances to rewrite the essay in order to meet the required standard. The oral interview (in Italian or English depending on the type of student) will consist in the discussion of the paper and of the two memoirs (see below). Every student is required to see two live performance agreed upon with the teacher and write a personal memoir (4-5 pages, in Italian) following the guidelines provided. Only for the students who have not attended any lesson, the interview will also involve one general question on the topics of the module. All the materials (text and video) discussed in the module will be either in Italian or in English according to the type of the students (MA students of English or students taking the course in Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale).
Full argumentsThe module offers a basic methodological introduction to theatre and performance studies, focussing on the interdisciplinary notion of "performance". It also presents some samples of theatre and performance produced in Britain since the 1960's in order to discuss in a more practical way the theoretical notions introduced in the first part. Students will have the chance to discuss relevant recorded documentation of British artist and companies. An integrated part of the module is going to see two live performances, agreed upon with the teacher, and the writing of memoirs as a practical instance of a spectatorial "affective archive". The materials will be both in English and Italian, geared to the different type of students attending the module: MA students of Letteratura inglese A Spec. and students taking the module of Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0521 LETTERATURA INGLESE A SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0862 LETTERATURA INGLESE SPEC. C - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0521 LETTERATURA INGLESE A SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0521 LETTERATURA INGLESE A SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseFRENCH CULTURE
Course IDLE0157
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMASTROIANNI Michele
TeachersMASTROIANNI Michele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian and french
AbstractAn introduction to French culture through travel literature
Reference textsTexts: the texts for the analysis will be provided from time to time by the teacher. Bibliography: E. Kanceff, Poliopticon italiano, Genève, Slatkine (CIRVI), 1993
Teaching targetsKnowledge and understanding of the texts.
Prerequisitesknowledge of the French language
Didattics MethodsLectures. Text analysis. Translation. Continuous interaction.
Other informationsOther informations will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesTranslation and analysis of an excerpt of the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsThe program includes the study of the texts indicated, with particular reference to the chapters and literary culture issues that will be presented and discussed during the course. Some sections of the texts indicated in the bibliography will be the object of reflection and discussion.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to understand and translate the analyzed texts
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CourseFRENCH CULTURE
Course IDLE0157
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian and French
AbstractThis course aims to provide an introduction to the esthetic aspects of the travel’s culture from the 16th to the 19th century. The didactic perspective will be focused on the reflection upon the texts and upon syntactic and morpho-syntactic aspects of the French language.
Reference textsL. Norci Cagiano de Azevedo, Lo specchio del viaggiatore. Scenari italiani tra Barocco e Romanticismo, Roma, Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, 1992; Jean de Léry, Histoire d’un voyage faict en terre du Brésil, édition critique par F. Lestringant, Paris, Le Livre de Poche, 1994; Ch. de Brosses, Lettres familières, par G. Cafasso, Napoli, M. D’Auria Editore, 1991; Louis Antoine de Bouganville, Viaggio intorno al mondo, a cura di L. Sozzi, Milano, Il Saggiatore, 1983; Gerard de Nerval, Voyage en Orient, par J. Guillaume et C. Pichois, Paris, Gallimard (Folio classiques), 1998.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the main landmarks of theFrench travel culture and literature between the 16th and the 19th century. Thematic analysis, translation of texts, knowledge of the French language.
PrerequisitesKnowledge of the French language.
Didattics MethodsLectures, text analysis, translation.
Other informationsOther information will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam in 3 parts: one question on the student’s knowledge upon the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course; one question upon the main poetical phenomena concerning the travel culture as an expression of culture, otherness, awareness of new worlds; translation and analysis of an excerpt of the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsStudents will have to study the essays indicated in the bibliography, and especially the chapters that will be discussed during the course, concerning the main transformations of the French travel literature from the 16th to the 19th century.
Expected learning objectivesThe course aims to provide students with a general knowledge of the travel culture in France, between 16th and 20th century.
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0022
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0049 FRENCH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence
LE0050 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0049
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
Teaching languagefrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI MAGISTRALE
Reference textsJean Profit, "Résumé de texte Note de synthèse - Mode d'emploi", édition revue et augmentée, Ed. Critique sociale, 2008, ISBN 978-2-85008-707-3, 11 euro.
PrerequisitesCompetenza linguistica di livello B2 - C1.1 del Framework
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Grading rulesEsame scritto (durata 4 ore) 1. Riassunto di un articolo / brano di saggio in lingua francese 2. Elaborato scritto, sulla base di un dossier tematico fornito in sede di esame, attinente ad uno degli argomenti trattati durante il corso. Esame orale (15 min.): presentazione di una ricerca attinente ad uno degli argomenti trattati durante il corso.
Full arguments1. Preparazione alla tecnica del riassunto di un testo di saggistica in lingua francese nonché alla comprensione di dossiers di attualità. 2. Preparazione alla tecnica della dissertation (types de plans, enchainement des paragraphes, introduction, conclusion). 3. Perfezionamento della produzione scritta (uso consapevole dei connettori logici nonché dei vari registri espressivi); ripasso di alcuni punti grammaticali mirati. 4. Preparazione alla tecnica dell'esposizione orale (relazione di circa 15 minuti).
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CourseLINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0050
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLa langue française dans les espaces francophones: variations diatopiques, expressions culturelles.
Reference textsJean-Benoit Nadeau, Julie Barlow,"The story of french", St. Martin's Press, Knopf Canada et Robson Book, 2006.
Teaching targets• obiettivi - conoscenze e comprensione : Conoscere la mappa della Francophonia e le radici storiche dell'uso del francese nelle zone francofone, nonché le politiche linguistiche legate ad esso. Capire il concetto di variazione diatopica, ed i fenomeni linguistici inerenti a questa variazione linguistica nei paesi francofoni. Riflettere sul concetto di stereotipo culturale e linguistico. - capacità di applicare le conoscenze e la comprensione: Individuare e collocare nella giusta tipologia descrittiva i fenomeni linguistici analizzati, a livello fonologico, morfosintattico e lessicale. Dare la definizione dei fenomeni linguistici presentati e proporne esempi pertinenti. Analizzare un corpus orale o scritto con l’aiuto degli strumenti analitici acquisiti durante il corso. - espressione di giudizi: Esprimere giudizi e trarre conclusioni personali sulla variazione diatopica nei paesi francofoni e sugli stereotipi culturali e linguistici. - abilità nella comunicazione: Utilizzare con scioltezza la lingua francese e la terminologia adeguata per discutere, sia nella prova scritta sia nella prova orale, questioni inerenti agli argomenti trattati nel corso, nonché per procedere allo spoglio di un corpus. - capacità di studio: Leggere con profitto e senso critico i testi teorici assegnati e i documenti forniti. Usare DIR in modo autonomo e costante. Svolgere in modo autonomo gli esercizi di applicazione assegnati durante il corso nonché la relazione obbligatoria in vista della prova orale.
PrerequisitesB2-C1 level from the Cadre Européen de Référence.
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets. Written and oral exam
Grading rulesProva scritta e prova orale separate. Strutturazione della prova scritta: 10 punti per 10 domande a risposta aperta su argomenti attinenti al programma; 10 punti per l'analisi di un testo critico; 10 punti per una questione di argomentazione. E' necessario superare la prova scritta con un minimo di 18/30 per accedere alla prova orale (voto espresso in trentesimi).Modalità della prova orale: discussione dell'elaborato e presentazione della ricerca obbligatoria svolta dallo studente (10 pagine circa, formato word), corretta dal docente prima della prova orale (a scelta, una variazione diatopica nella Francia metropolitana). Il voto finale consiste nella media tra il voto della prova scritta e quello della prova orale.
Full argumentsThis part of the course aims at first highlighting the concept of “francophonie”, summarizing the first four decades of the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (birth, founding, founders, aims and projects). It will next present various semantic aspects of the French-speaking areas in the world, especially at word level, outlining the features of the non-Hexagon French language with its rich vocabulary and idioms as it has developed in Africa, Belgium, and Québec.
Expected learning objectivesApprofondimento della competenza linguistica (livello C1) con un'attenzione particolare alla comprensione orale in un contesto di variazione diatopica. Maggiore consapevolezza delle variazioni linguistiche e delle loro implicazioni sociali. Buona capacità critica nell'affrontare il tema della diversità e della eterogeneità della lingua francese nonché degli stereotipi culturali. Capacità di applicare le conoscenze acquisite nella progettazione di attività didattiche in un contesto FLE.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0050 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0022
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0049 FRENCH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise
LE0050 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0049
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, PERRIN Anne Francoise
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languagefrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI MAGISTRALE
Reference textsJean Profit, "Résumé de texte Note de synthèse - Mode d'emploi", édition revue et augmentée, Ed. Critique sociale, 2008, ISBN 978-2-85008-707-3, 11 euro.
PrerequisitesCompetenza linguistica di livello B2 - C1.1 del Framework
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Grading rulesWritten exam
Full arguments1. Preparazione alla tecnica del riassunto di un testo di saggistica in lingua francese nonché alla comprensione di dossiers di attualità. 2. Preparazione alla tecnica della dissertation (types de plans, enchainement des paragraphes, introduction, conclusion). 3. Perfezionamento della produzione scritta (uso consapevole dei connettori logici nonché dei vari registri espressivi); ripasso di alcuni punti grammaticali mirati.
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CourseLINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0050
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLa langue française métropolitaine : du mythe de l'unicité au constat de la pluralité (les variations diatopiques).
Reference textsJean-Benoit Nadeau, Julie Barlow,"The story of french", St. Martin's Press, Knopf Canada et Robson Book, 2006.
Teaching targets• obiettivi - conoscenze e comprensione : Conoscere la mappa dei dialetti francesi nella Francia metropolitana e la loro evoluzione diacronica, nonché le politiche linguistiche legate ad essi. Capire il concetto di variazione diatopica, ed i fenomeni linguistici inerenti a questa variazione linguistica nel francese contemporaneo. Riflettere sul concetto di stereotipo culturale e linguistico e sulle sue manifestazioni. - capacità di applicare le conoscenze e la comprensione: Individuare e collocare nella giusta tipologia descrittiva i fenomeni linguistici analizzati, a livello fonologico, morfosintattico e lessicale. Dare la definizione dei fenomeni linguistici presentati e proporne esempi pertinenti. Analizzare un corpus orale o scritto con l’aiuto degli strumenti analitici acquisiti durante il corso. - espressione di giudizi: Esprimere giudizi e trarre conclusioni personali sulla variazione diatopica e sugli stereotipi culturali e linguistici, anche in una prospettiva contrastiva rispetto alla lingua italiana. - abilità nella comunicazione: Utilizzare con scioltezza la lingua francese nonché la terminologia adeguata per discutere, allo scritto come all’orale, questioni inerenti agli argomenti trattati nel corso e per procedere allo spoglio di un corpus. obiettivi - capacità di studio: Leggere con profitto e senso critico i testi teorici assegnati e i documenti forniti. Usare DIR in modo autonomo e costante. Svolgere gli esercizi di applicazione assegnati durante il corso nonché la ricerca obbligatoria in vista della prova orale.
PrerequisitesB2-C1 level from the Cadre Européen de Référence.
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exam
Full argumentsAfter an introduction on the evolution of the French language from Ordonance the Villers-Cotteret (1539) to the 20th century, the course will address the concept of language identity, investigating how it is at odd with the ideal view of a single and homogeneous language that is fostered by school education. In this context, the diatopic variants, especially at the lexical and phonological level, typical of the urbanized French environment will be examined, listening to different regional accents. The movie "Bienvenue chez les ch'tis" by Dany Boon and the Yves Robert'movie adaptation of the novel "Le chateau de ma mère" by Marcel Pagnol will provide the foundation for a reflection on the regional diversities and the cultural stereotypes of the French language.
Expected learning objectivesApprofondimento della competenza linguistica (livello C1) con un'attenzione particolare alla comprensione orale in un contesto di variazione diatopica. Maggiore consapevolezza delle variazioni linguistiche e delle loro implicazioni sociali. Buona capacità critica nell'affrontare il tema della diversità e della eterogeneità della lingua francese nonché degli stereotipi culturali. Capacità di applicare le conoscenze acquisite nella progettazione di attività didattiche in un contesto FLE.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0026 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0050 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0157 CULTURA FRANCESE - VERCELLI
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1198
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0043 FRENCH LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence
LE0039 FRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
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CourseFRENCH LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0043
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian, French
AbstractLE LEXIQUE FRANÇAIS: UNE APPROCHE DIACHRONIQUE ET MORPHOLOGIQUE
Reference textsJean-Benoit Nadeau, Julie Barlow,"The story of french", St. Martin's Press, Knopf Canada et Robson Book, 2006.
Teaching targetsIl corso si propone di arricchire il bagaglio lessicale dello studente, permettere un utilizzo più duttile dell’espressione scritta in francese, generare una riflessione sui fenomeni fonologici, nonché consapevolezza dei meccanismi morfologici in atto nella creazione del lessico francese, in una prospettiva sia diacronica sia sincronica.
PrerequisitesSuccessful passing of the exam “Lingua francese esercitazioni I”. B1 level from the Cadre Européen de référence
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exam. The written exam focuses on issues of morphology (tests on 120 points, vote out of 30); the oral exam focuses on critical reading of Chapters 1 and 5 of the essay by Walter H. " Le français dans tous les sens " (cf. bibliography), rating of 30. A compulsory labor will be assigned at the beginning of the course. The final grade is the average of the two tests. Will be available on the DIR detailed information about the modalities of the reviews , as well as examples of written tests .
Full argumentsThe first part of the course describes and explains the mechanism(s) underlying the creation of the French lexicon, while the second one focuses on the phenomena of homography, homophony, homonymy, paronomasia and polysemia, ultimately aiming at enriching the students’ word power and making them more fluent in their use of the French language. The following topics will be addressed: - The phenomenon of “doublets”, that testifies the co-existence of both popular and learned processes in the generation of new words. - The phenomenon of antonomasia. - The formation of combinatorial words, both of folk- and of greek-latin origin - The derivation (prefixation, suffixation, parasynthetic derivatives, zero-derivation nominalization, factive and frequentative verbs). The exemplificative texts will be taken from French songs excerpts from the musical "Notre dame de Paris" by L. Plamodon e R. Cocciante.
Expected learning objectives• conoscenze e comprensione: Conoscere le grandi tappe storiche della creazione e dell'evoluzione del lessico francese. Essere in grado di riflettere su vari fenomeni fonologici e semantici, distinguere i vari meccanismi morfologici in atto nella creazione del lessico francese. • capacità di applicare le conoscenze e la comprensione: Individuare e collocare nella giusta tipologia descrittiva, in un corpus orale o scritto, i fenomeni linguistici analizzati. Dare la definizione dei fenomeni linguistici trattati durante il corso e proporne esempi pertinenti • espressione di giudizi: Essere capace di formulare conclusioni personali riguardo alla creazione e all'evoluzione del lessico francese, anche in una prospettiva comparatista rispetto all'italiano. • abilità nella comunicazione: Essere in grado di presentare in modo sintetico le caratteristiche principali della costruzione e dell'evoluzione del lessico francese, utilizzando nel modo adeguato la terminologia acquisita. • capacità di studio: Leggere in modo autonomo e con senso critico il testo da procurarsi (ved. bibliografia). Usare DIR in modo autonomo e costante. Svolgere gli esercizi di applicazione assegnati durante il corso nonché il lavoro obbligatorio in vista della prova orale.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0043 LINGUISTICA FRANCESE A - VERCELLI
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0039
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
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Gruppo B
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI II
Reference textsProsecuzione del manuale adoperato per Lingua francese esercitazioni I: Françoise Bidaud, "La nouvelle grammaire du français pour italophones", Torino, Utet, 2008. Per gli studenti non frequentanti: V. Bazou, C. Brillant, R. Racine, J. Schenker, "Le Nouvel Edito B2", Livre + CD + DVD, Paris, Didier, 2010
Teaching targetsThe objectives are those recommended at B2 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesSuccessful passing of the exam “Lingua francese esercitazioni I”. B1 level from the Framework.
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets.
Grading rulesSeparate written and oral tests. First written test: grammar test (\30). Only students who have passed the grammar test with at least 18/30 can be admitted the second written test (dictation /10); comprehension and expression /20). The final score of the written test is the average between the two tests. Only students who have obtained an average score of 18/30 can be admitted to the oral test. The oral test is based on the presentation of the obligatory work monitored during the academic year. The additional points associated to the oral test cannot be more than 3.
Full argumentsTraining. Study of morphosyntaxis at level II; Preparation to expression and written- and oral comprehension at level II: Preparation to level II dictation test: Study of idioms;: Coordination of civilization research carried out by each student, as requested for the admission to the oral test.
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Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractVed. Lingua francese esercitazioni II gruppo A
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CourseFRENCH LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0534
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMASTROIANNI Michele
TeachersMASTROIANNI Michele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageFrench.
AbstractFrench Tragedy in Renaissance: critical problems.
Reference textsTexts: Calvy de La Fontaine, L'Antigone de Sophoclés, Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso, 2000; G. Bochetel, La tragedie d'Euripide nommee Hecuba, Alessandria, Edizioni dell'Orso, 2014; R. Garnier, Les Juifves, éd. de S. Lardon, Paris, Champion, 2004; R. Garnier, Hippolyte, éd. de J.-D. Beaudin, Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2009; Bibliography: Ch. Mazouer, Le théâtre français de la Renaissance, Paris, Champion, 2013; M. Mastroianni, Le Antigoni sofoclee del Rinascimento francese, Firenze, Olschki, 2004; M. Mastroianni, Lungo i sentieri del tragico, Vercelli, Mercurio, 2009; La tragédie et son modèle à l'époque de la Renaissance entre France, Italie et Espagne, par M. Mastroianni, Torino, Rosenberg, 2015.
Teaching targets- Knowledge and understanding of the texts. - Ability to pinpoint the main issues and to develop a critical discussion supported by historical and philological reflections; - In depth analysis and individual and guided bibliographical research.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of French language.
Didattics MethodsLectures. Text analysis. Translation. Continuous interaction.
Other informationsOther informations will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam in 3 parts: - one question on the student's historical and cultural knowledge of history of tragedy in 16th century; - one question on theory of literature; - translation and analysis of an excerpt of the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsStudents will have to study the essays indicated in the bibliography, and especially the chapters that will be discussed during the course. In particular, the problems concerning theatrical poetry and the different types of tragedy will be studied (mythological tragedy, historical tragedy, tragédie sainte).
Expected learning objectivesAbility to frame texts in the historical context and full reading of some tragedies
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0534 LETTERATURA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0534 LETTERATURA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A
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CourseFRENCH LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0534
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMASTROIANNI Michele
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, MASTROIANNI Michele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractThis course aims to provide an historical and historiographical presentation of the French Renaissance via the study of François Rabelais’ role in the French culture of that era: a humanist and an erudite of the 16th century engaged into ideological and theological debates, philosophy, comedy and grotesque.
Reference textsF. Lestringant - J. Rieu - A. Tarrete, Littérature française du XVIe siècle, Paris, PUF, 2000; Ph. de Lajarte, L’Humaisme en France au XVIe siècle, Paris, Champion, 2009; M. Mastroianni, Traduzione e note a F. Rabelais, Il Terzo Libro, in Id., Gargantua e Pantagruele, Milano, Bompiani, 2012, pp. 719-1125 e 1989-2022; M. Huchon, Rabelais, Paris, Gallimard, 2011; M. Lazard, Rabelais et la Renaissance, Paris, PUF, 1979; AA.VV., L’année rabelaisienne (2017), Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2017; AA.VV., Rabelais et l’hybridité des récits rabelaisiens, Genève, Droz, 2017.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the main historical events of the 16th century. Reflections upon Rabelais’ poetics and the notion of savoir humaniste. Awareness of the particularities of the French 16th century language.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of the French language.
Didattics MethodsLectures, text analysis, translation.
Other informationsOther information will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam in 3 parts: one question on the history of the 16th century; one question on Rabelais’ role in the French culture of the 16th century; translation and analysis of an excerpt from Rabelais’ Tiers Livre.
Full argumentsStudents will have to study the essays indicated in the bibliography, and especially the chapters that will be discussed during the course (on Rabelais’ thought and works – mainly the Tiers Livre – and the notion of comic in the 16th century).
Expected learning objectivesThe course aims to provide students with an in-depth, historical and historical-critical knowledge of the French Renaissance and François Rabelais's Tiers Livre.
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0534 LETTERATURA FRANCESE SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN CULTURE
Course IDLE0156
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/13 - LETTERATURA TEDESCA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
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CourseGERMANIC PHILOLOGY
Course IDL0353
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAFFAGHELLO Cristina
TeachersRAFFAGHELLO Cristina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/15 - FILOLOGIA GERMANICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractDefinizione e storia della disciplina. La classificazione delle lingue germaniche e le vicende storiche di cui i Germani furono protagonisti. Il germanico ricostruito (parte linguistica). La produzione letteraria delle civiltà germaniche. Gli scriptoria medievali e gli scribi. Visita all'Archivio e Biblioteca Capitolare. Lezione di riepilogo.
Reference textsVittoria Dolcetti Corazza/Renato Gendre, Moduli di Filologia germanica. 1. Filologia germanica. Ed. Dell'Orso, 2000. Durante il corso saranno distribuiti handout a supporto dell'attività didattica svolta. Gli handout saranno anche messi a disposizione in rete.
Teaching targetsFornire agli studenti una buona preparazione inerente alla storia e alle lingue delle popolazioni germaniche nonché alle espressioni delle loro civiltà dai punti di vista letterario, religioso e giuridico. Inoltre verranno acquisite le conoscenze dell'origine e della formazione delle lingue germaniche antiche e i loro sviluppi nelle lingue moderne.
PrerequisitesNessuno.
Didattics MethodsLezioni frontali.
Other informationsLa frequenza non è obbligatoria; tuttavia si raccomanda di assistere alle lezioni relative all'origine e allo sviluppo delle lingue germaniche (il germanico ricostruito) per facilitare l'apprendimento.
Grading rulesA seguito della parte linguistica, saranno effettuati test di apprendimento.
Full arguments1. Definizione e storia della disciplina (i primi studiosi che si occuparono di civiltà germaniche e i loro successori). 2. L'origine e la storia delle popolazioni germaniche. 3. La classificazione delle lingue germaniche. 4. Il passaggio da indoeuropeo a germanico e la formazione delle lingue germaniche (cambiamento d'accento; consonantismo (I e II rotazione consonantica, legge di Verner; vocalismo, vocali semplici e dittonghi, metafonia e frattura, vocali in posizione finale). 5. La morfologia il passaggio da indoeuropeo a germanico riguardo a: sostantivi, aggettivi, verbi forti e deboli, atematici e preterito-presenti. 6.Il lessico del germanico (prestiti celtici e latini; i prestiti germanici in italiano). 7.Le modalità di lavoro negli scriptoria medievali. Preparazione dei codici. 8.Visita all'Archivio e Biblioteca Capitolare: il Vercelli book e il codice di leggi longobarde. 8.Riepilogo finale.
Expected learning objectivesBuona preparazine linguistica e storico culturale inerente al mondo germanico e alle espressioni della loro civiltà.
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0024
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
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LE0055 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
LE0056 GERMAN LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Course IDLE0055
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Sites and/or partitions
Lingue e letterature
Sistemi turistici
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionLingue e letterature
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractTHEORIES AND PRACTICES OF THE TRANSLATION GERMAN-ITALIAN/ITALIAN-GERMAN
Reference textsDahmen, Wolfgang (a cura di) (2017). Sprachvergleich und Übersetzung: die romanischen Sprachen im Kontrast zum Deutschen, Tübingen: Narr. Radegundis, Stolze (2016). Übersetzungstheorien. Thüringen: Narr. Kranich, Svenja (2016). Contrastive pragmatics and translation: evaluation, epistemic modality and communicative styles in English and German, Amsterdam et al.: John Benjamins. Pym, Anthony (2016). Translation solutions for many languages: histories of a flawed dream, London et al: Bloomsbury Academic.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to analyze different problems concerning the translation from German to Italian and viceversa could have. Students are also able to identify and use different translation methods and strategies for the languages German-Italian, as well as to analyze different typologies of translation (translation of different textual genres). Students could use the competences given by the course in their future translation activities and works.
PrerequisitesIn order to attend the course students must have passed the integrated exam Lingua tedesca III or must have reach the level B2 (German language).
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises, in which students have to examine original texts and their translations.
Other informationsThe module is intended for students of LM 37
Grading rulesWritten exam divided into two main parts: open questions (5-7 questions) and analysis of a translation (with the original text). The skills in applying knowledge are tested through the analysis of the given translation. Students should be able to identify and describe the translation practices and strategies used in the text. The skills in expressing judges are tested through the analysis of the given translation and through the open questions. Students should observe, comment and express judges about different kinds of translations and texts. The communicative skills are tested through the answers to the open questions. Students should use the proper scientific terminology in describing the different phenomena and in examining the translation. The skills in studying are tested through the open questions as well as the analysis of the given translation. Students should demonstrate to be able to use the concepts and the suggested bibliography in a proper way.
Full argumentsThe course consists of two different parts: a theorical introduction and a more pratical part about problem and translation methods for the languages German-Italian. Authentical texts belonging to different textual genres will be analysed, in order to point out different aspects about translating work, such as linguistic interference and the translation of the so-called Kulturspezifika (for instance several words from the DDR-period).
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the recent theories and techniques in the field of translation Knowledge of the proper scientific terminology used to describe the phenomena concerning translation Knowledge of the different translation typologies Applying knowledge and understanding: Identifying and describing translation practices and techniques in different textsMaking judgements: Making judgements about translation techniques and modalities Communication: Using the proper scientific terminology to describe translations Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract theories with their concrete application in translationLearning and deepening translation work on his own
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0028 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0055 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionSistemi turistici
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractGesprochenes Deutsch: spuken German in communicative practices. With particular attention to the touristic communication
Reference textsFoschi, Marina / Costa, Marcella (a cura di) (2017). Grammatica del tedesco parlato, Pisa: Pisa University Press. Birkner, Karin et al. (a cura di) (2018). Handbuch Text und Gespräch. Berlin: de Gruyter. Tissot, Fabienne (2015). Gemeinsamkeit schaffen in der Interaktion: Diskursmarker und Lautelemente in zürichdeutschen Erzählsequenzen, Bern et al: Peter Lang. Pick, Ina (2017). Beraten in Interaktion: eine gesprächslinguistische Typologie des Beratens, Bern et al.: Peter Lang.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to identify, analyze and describe different phenomena of the spoken German, with particular attention to the touristic communication, making use of the proper linguistic terminology and from different perspectives. They are able to read oral transcriptions and to analyze different text typologies of the touristic communication. They can compare phenomena of the spoken production with the ones of the written production.
PrerequisitesIn order to attend the course students must have passed the integrated exam Lingua tedesca III or must have reach the level B2 (German language).
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through the observation and the analysis of authentic texts.
Other informationsThe module is intended for students of LM 49
Grading rulesWritten exam. Written test consisting of two main parts. The first part includes 6 or 7 questions about the different phenomena regarding the oral production in German, with particular attention to the touristic communication. In the second part one exercise is given. Students have to read and analyze authentic texts, identifying and examining phenomena from different perspectives. The skills in reading transcriptions of oral interactions and productions and in identifying different phenomena in texts is tested through the exercises. The skills in using the proper scientific terminology and in deepening the topics about the spoken language is tested through the open questions, in which students have to give precise descriptions of traits of spoken language.
Full argumentsThe course aims to identify and analyze the main linguistic phenomena of the spoken German. Firstly, a definition of spoken language and orality is given together with an analysis of Kunstkommunikation and tourist communication. Secondly, different traits of spoken language are treated from different perspectives. Various dialogic and monologic text typologies are examined, with particular attention to the text typologies of the touristic communication (f.e. guided tours) and to those texts between oral and written production (audio-guides).
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the typical phenomena of spoken language, with particular attention to the communicative strategies of touristic communication Knowledge of the proper scientific terminology used to describe the phenomenaReading and understanding transcriptions of oral textsApplying knowledge and understanding: Identifying and describing phenomena of spoken German in oral texts within touristic communication Making judgements: Making judgements about the frequency and the use of phenomena in spoken German Communication: Using the proper scientific terminology to describe oral textsLifelong learning skills: Joining abstract theories with their concrete application in description of oral interactions Learning and deepening on his own
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0056
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersREINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE C1-C2
Reference textsAnne, Buscha. C-Grammatik: Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Sprachniveau C1/C2 Texts from newspapers or web-sites - Texts given by the teachers
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to read, understand and produce complex texts about different topics. They are able to speak and write with grammatical property and correct terminology. With regard to authentic texts, students are able to observe and identify different grammatical rules, different stylistic features and communicative practices, in order to use them in their oral and written production. They get relevant notions about German culture and traditions too, in order to compare them with their own culture. Students are able to develop accurate strategies and practices in order to solve understanding and communication problems in their oral productions.
PrerequisitesIn order to attend the course students must have passed the exam Lingua tedesca esercitazioni III anno and/or must have reach the level B2.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises. Reading and comprehension of authentic texts. Translation Italian-German.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exams separated. Written test consisting of two main parts: grammar and text comprehension. Oral exam includes text reading and speaking, with some oral questions about student’s personal experience. The skills in understanding text is tested through the written and the oral test. Students should read, comment and summarize texts of different typologies and should answer to questions about the text and about their personal experience. The skills in using the grammar are tested through the written test and the oral one. In the given grammar exercises students should show to know the grammar rules and the proper stylistic features and in their text productions they should demonstrate to be able to use them. The skills in expressing judges is tested through the oral test. Students should express opinions about different issues and should compare their culture with the German one. The skill to study independently is verified in both through the oral and written test.
Full argumentsThe course aims to the acquisition of the grammatical notions according to the C1/C2 level. The grammar explanation is followed by exercises, in which students should apply the grammatical rules. A part of the lessons is dedicated to the comprehension of written and oral texts: students should express their thoughts using the correct terminologies and complex syntactic structures.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the grammar (C1/C2 level)Knowledge of syntactic structures (C1/C2 level)Knowledge of a proper and wide terminology Knowledge of the proper stylistic features according to the different textsUnderstanding written and oral textsApplying knowledge and understanding: Producing complex written and oral textsUsing properly grammar rules Making judgements: Making proper judgements in German about different topics Making proper judgments about German culture and comparing it with the own cultureCommunication: Using a wide terminology and grammar in written and oral communication Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract grammatical rules with their concrete use in written and oral productions Learning and improving the terminology and the different grammatical issues by his own
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0876 LINGUA TEDESCA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0876 LINGUA TEDESCA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0024
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0055 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
LE0056 GERMAN LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Course IDLE0055
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
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Lingue e letterature
Sistemi turistici
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionLingue e letterature
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractTRANSLATION GERMAN-ITALIAN/ITALIAN-GERMAN: THEORY AND PRACTICE
Reference textsKoller W. (2011). Einführung in die Übersetzungswissenschaft, Tübingen, Francke. Colliander, P. (2015). Linguistische Aspekte der Uebersetzungswissenschaft. Tübingen, Groos. Stolze, R. (2016). Übersetzungstheorien, Tübingen, Narr. Knospe, S. (2016). Crossing languages to play with words: multidisciplinary perspectives. Berlin, De Gruyter.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to: -analyse the problems the translation from German to Italian could have; -know the different translation methods for the languages German-Italian; -analyse different kinds of translation (translation of different textual genres); -use the competences in order to translate texts from German to Italian in their translation activities and works.
PrerequisitesVery Good knowledge of German language (B2-C1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons Exercises DIR
Other informationsThe module is for students of LM 37
Grading rulesWritten exam with analysis of a translation (with original text) and open questions. Some questions in German. The skills in applying knowledge will be tested through the analysis of the given translation. Students should be able to identify and describe the translation practices and strategies used in the text. The skills in expressing judges will be tested through the analysis of the given translation and open questions. Students should observe, comment and express judges about different kinds of translations and texts. The communicative skills will be tested through the answers to the open questions. Students should use the proper scientific terminology. The skills in studying will be tested through the open questions as well as the analysis of the given translation. Students should demonstrate to be able to use the concepts and the suggested bibliography in a proper way.
Full argumentsThe course consists of two different parts: a theorical introduction and a more pratical part about problem and translation methods for the languages German-Italian. Authentical texts belonging to different textual genres will be analysed, in order to point out different aspects about translating work, such as linguistic interference and the translation of the so-called Kulturspezifika (for instance several words from the DDR-period).
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0028 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0028 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0055 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A 2°LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionSistemi turistici
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractDAS GESPROCHENE DEUTSCH: GERMAN IN COMMUNICATIVE PRACTICES WITH PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO TOURISTIC COMMUNICATION
Reference textsMeissner, Iris / Wyss, Eva Lia (2017). Begründen, Erklären, Argumentieren: Konzepte und Modellierungen in der Angewandten Linguistik. Tübingen. Stauffenburg. Höhmann, Doris / Spissu, Maria Vittoria (2013). Tourismuskommunikation: im Spannungsfeld von Sprach- und Kulturkontakt ; mit Beiträgen aus der Germanistik, Romanistik und Anglistik. Frankfurt am Main. Peter Lang. Imo, Wolfgang (2013). Sprache in Interaktion: Analysemethoden und Untersuchungsfelder. Berlin. De Gruyter. Luesebrink, Hans-Juergen (2016). Interkulturelle Kommunikation: Interaktion, Fremdwahrnehmung, Kulturtransfer. Stuttgart. Metzler. Schwitalla, Johannes (2012). Gesprochenes Deutsch: eine Einführung. Muenster. Waxmann.
Teaching targetsThe courses describes the various characteristics of spoken German from different perspectives (f.e. phonetic, morpho-syntactic, pragmatic) and in different communicative oral practices. A particular attention will be given to the touristic communication (f. e. guided tour, audio-guides). Students have to be able to: - describe the different oral phenomena from different linguistic perspectives; - identify the oral uses in different kinds of oral texts and in touristic communicative practices (guided tours, audio-guides...); - use the different phenomena the module has described in their oral productions.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of German language (B2-C1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons Exercises DIR
Other informationsThe module is for the students of LM 49
Grading rulesWritten exam with analysis of an oral text and open questions. Some questions in German. The skills in describing the phenomena of oral German from different perspectives are tested thorough the analysis of the transcription of an oral text. Students will be requested to identify and describe the oral phenomena in the given text, using the given bibliography. The skills in expressing proper comments and judges will be tested through the open questions. Students should demonstrate to be able to link the different issues and to compare oral phenomena. The communication skills will be tested through the answers to open questions, in which students have to use the proper terminology in describing the oral manifestations.
Full argumentsThe course opens with the description of some important concepts from the conversational analysis and the interactional linguistics. As a following step, the course introduces to the characteristics of the spoken German. Oral textes belonging to different genres of communication are examined in detail with particular attention to the touristic field.
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0056
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languageGerman
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE C1-C2
Reference textsDifferent kinds of texts (newspapers, internet)
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students will be able to read, write, understand and talk about long texts about different topics. They will be able to take part into conversation in German language, using complex sentences and a wide vocabulary.
PrerequisitesVery good knowledges of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, DIR
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated . Written test consisting of several parts (grammar exercises , reading comprehension , translation) Oral exam with text reading and speaking; oral questions. The skills in writing, reading, understanding different kinds of texts and using a proper style and correct grammar rules will be tested through the oral and written test, in which students have to comment texts, to answer the questions about it and to express opinions about the issue of the text and, more in general, about situations and contexts linked to the text.
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues and German culture
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0876 LINGUA TEDESCA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0876 LINGUA TEDESCA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0876 LINGUA TEDESCA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1204
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0042 GERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, REINHARDT Michaela
LE0046 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0042
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
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Gruppo B
Gruppo A
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo B
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersREINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachersAnne Buscha e Szilvia Zita (2008). Begegnungen Deutsch als Fremdsprache B1 Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Anne, Buscha. B-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Sprachniveau B1/B2
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to read, understand and produce texts about different topics. They are able to speak and write with grammatical property and correct terminology. With regard to authentic texts of different typologies and content, students are able to observe and identify different grammatical rules and then to use them in their oral and written production. They get relevant notions about German culture and traditions too, in order to compare them with their own culture.
PrerequisitesIn order to attend the course students must have passed the exam Lingua tedesca esercitazioni I anno.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises. Reading and comprehension of authentic texts.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exams separated. Written test consisting of two main parts: grammar and text comprehension. Oral exam includes text reading and speaking, with some oral questions about student’s personal experience (hobbies, interests, future plans, past experiences). The skills in understanding text is tested through the written and the oral test. Students should read, comment and summarize texts of different typologies and should answer to questions about the text and about their personal experience. The skills in using the grammar are tested through the written test and the oral one. In the given grammar exercises students should show to know the grammar rules and in the text productions they should demonstrate to be able to use them. The skills in expressing judges is tested through the oral test. Students should express opinions about different issues and should compare their culture with the German one. The skill to study independently is verified in both through the oral and written test.
Full argumentsThe course aims to the acquisition of the grammatical notions according to the B1.2/B2 level. The grammar explanation is followed by exercises, in which students should apply the grammatical rules. A part of the lessons is dedicated to the comprehension of written and oral texts: students should express their thoughts using the correct terminologies and the suitable syntactic structures.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the grammar (B1.2/B2 level)Knowledge of syntactic structures (B1.2/B2 level)Knowledge of the proper terminology Understanding written and oral textsApplying knowledge and understanding: Producing written and oral textsUsing properly grammar rules Making judgements: Making judgements in German about different topics Making judgments about German culture and comparing it with the own cultureCommunication: Using the proper terminology and grammar in written and oral communication Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract grammatical rules with their concrete use in written and oral productions Learning and improving the terminology and the different grammatical issues on his own
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0046
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LINGUISTICS: DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC PERSPECTIVES
Reference textsDi Meola, Claudio (2009). Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni Dipper, Stefanie (2018). Linguistik: eine Einführung (nicht nur) für Germanisten, Romanisten und Anglisten, Berlin: Springer. Dahmen, Silvia (2018). Phonetik, Phonologie und Schrift, Paderborn: Schöningh.Jäger, Agnes (2018). Vergleichskonstruktionen im Deutschen: diachroner Wandel und synchrone Variation, Berlin: de Gruyter.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphs-lexical and syntactic characteristics of German language from a synchronic point of view (linguistic manifestations of contemporary German) as well as from a diachronic perspective (language changes during the centuries). Students should acquire the proper terminology in order to describe the different linguistic phenomena in oral and written texts.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language (B1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises.
Grading rulesWritten test consisting of two main parts: open questions (6-8 questions) and 1/2 exercises. The skills in identifying and describing the main phonetic, morpho-lexical and syntactic traits of German language are tested through the open questions as well as the exercises, in which students have to identify and describe the given structures and different phenomena from a synchronic and diachronic perspective. The skills in expressing judges and comments are tested through the answers to the open questions. Students are requested to comment and compare different phenomena in written and oral productions. The skills in studying in a proper way are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students should show their competence in linking different issues together and demonstrate that they have read and studied the suggested bibliography.
Full argumentsThe first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the main traits of German language Knowledge of the main linguistic theories Knowledge of the main historical periods of German languageApplying knowledge and understanding: Identifying and describing phenomena and structures of GermanMaking judgements: Making judgements about the frequency and the use of phenomena in German Communication: Using the proper scientific terminology to describe German language and its characteristics Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract theories with their concrete application in description of authentic uses in different textsLearning and deepening on his own
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1204
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageGerman and Italian German and Italian
AbstractCORSO DI TEDESCO GENERALE, LIVELLO B2 INTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA DEL TEDESCO TRA DIACRONIA E SINCRONIA
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers C. Di Meola, Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni 2007 o 2009. D. Mazza (Ed.), La lingua tedesca. Storia e testi. Roma, Carocci, 2013. E. Hentschel / T. Harden, Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2014. Stricker, Stefanie et al. (2016). Sprachhistorisches Arbeitsbuch zur deutschen Gegenwartssprache. Heidelberg: Universitaetsverlag.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property. The course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic characteristics of German language from a synchronic and diachronic point of view.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language Base knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises Frontal seminar lessons
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature Written test
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture The first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
Modules
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LE0042 GERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
LE0046 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0042
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
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Gruppo B
Gruppo A
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature. The skills in writing, reading, understanding texts and using grammar rules will be tested through the oral and written test: students will be given different kinds of texts, which they have to read, understand. Students have to answer the questions about the given texts using a proper grammar. The skills in expressing comments are tested through the oral test. Here students have to comment German culture, comparing it with the Italian one.
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, REINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year1
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature. The skills in writing, reading, understanding texts and using grammar rules will be tested through the oral and written test: students will be given different kinds of texts, which they have to read, understand. Students have to answer the questions about the given texts using a proper grammar. The skills in expressing comments are tested through the oral test. Here students have to comment German culture, comparing it with the Italian one.
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0046
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LINGUISTICS: DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC PERSPECTIVES
Reference textsC. Di Meola, Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni 2007 o 2009. D. Mazza (a cura di), La lingua tedesca. Storia e testi. Roma, Carocci, 2013. E. Hentschel / T. Harden, Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2014. Stricker, Stefanie et al. (2016). - Theisen, Joachim, Kontrastive Linguistik: Eine Einführung, Narr 2016.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic characteristics of German language from a synchronic and diachronic point of view.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language (B1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal seminar lessons
Grading rulesWritten test, with questions and exercises The skills in identifying and describing the main phonetic, morphological and syntactic traits of German language are tested through questions as well as exercises, in which students have to describe the given structures and phenomena. The skills in expressing judges and comments are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students are requested to comment different phenomena of German languages from a synchronic and diachronic point of view. The skills in studying in a proper way are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students should show their skills in linking different issues together and demonstrate that they can use the given bibliography in a proper way.
Full argumentsThe first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, morphological, syntactic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0046 LINGUISTICA TEDESCA A - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0511
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/13 - LETTERATURA TEDESCA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0511 LETTERATURA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0511 LETTERATURA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LITERATURE A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0511
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBASILI Maurizio
TeachersBASILI Maurizio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/13 - LETTERATURA TEDESCA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian and German
AbstractThe nineteenth-century German theatre
Reference textsA. Schnitzler, Girotondo, Einaudi 1975 B. Brecht, Vita di Galileo, Einaudi 2014 F. Dürrenmatt, I fisici, Einaudi 1997 P. Weiss, L'istruttoria, Einaudi 1997
Teaching targetsThe course aims at conveying knowledge and critical instruments for a better understanding of the historic and cultural context of the given works. The students are expected to prove comprehension of cultural context and to work on building a personal response and interpretation of the texts
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons
Grading rulesOral
Full argumentsAnalysis of 19th-century German dramatists and playwrights.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0156 CULTURA TEDESCA - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0511 LETTERATURA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0511 LETTERATURA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0511 LETTERATURA TEDESCA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseHISTORY OF MUSIC
Course IDL0384
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU2
Individual study time 38
SSDL-ART/07 - MUSICOLOGIA E STORIA DELLA MUSICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractMusical forms and genres in Classical Western tradition
Reference textsPaul Griffiths, Breve Storia della Musica, Torino, Einaudi, 2007.
Teaching targetsThis course aims at providing the essential critical tools to analyze musical works of the Western classical tradition, even in their diachronic dimension. In relation to the analyzed forms, the main composers of the golden age of tonal music will be presented (XVII-XIX)
PrerequisitesAlthough not essential, a knowledge of the first bases of musical language is useful.
Didattics MethodsLecture with listening (and vision, when necessary) of pieces representative of the forms and genres treated. This will allow to perform simple analyzes of significant musical samples. The teacher will provide online materials through the DIR service.
Grading rulesOral exam, lasting 10-15 minutes. The student will have to demonstrate that he is able to orient himself in the historical context of tonal music (XVII-XIX) and to recognize, in a proposed musical example (among those treated in class -or perfectly overlapping) the characteristics of gender or form implicated.
Full arguments1. Music fundamentals: the basic elements of tonal music (melody and harmony, chords and tones, themes and musical syntax); 2. The Concert (from the Baroque origins to the early Twentieth century); 3. The Symphony in its evolution; 4. Examples of sacred music (the mass, and its relations with profane music); 5. The melodrama, from Monteverdi to Verdi (most significant samples).
Expected learning objectivesKNOWLEDGE: To know the basic forms and genres (and composers) of Western classical music, also in their evolution SKILLS: Being able to recognize the musical forms presented and identify them in their diachrony - Knowing how to recognize the elementary data necessary for the description / definition of genres and musical forms TRANSVERSAL SKILLS - Knowing how to use basic terminology and language, but appropriate, in the presentation of genres, pièces and authors - Being able to analyze, in elementary form, works of the Western classical tradition.
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FILOSOFIA E COMUNICAZIONE (1724) - L0384 STORIA DELLA MUSICA - VERCELLI
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CourseMARKETING AND COMMUNICATION IN THE HOSPITALITY AND TRAVEL INDUSTRIES
Course IDLE0152
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCAPRIELLO Antonella
TeachersCAPRIELLO Antonella
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)40
Individual study time 160
SSDSECS-P/08 - ECONOMIA E GESTIONE DELLE IMPRESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
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LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1297 ANALISI E STRATEGIE DEL MARKETING - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1297 ANALISI E STRATEGIE DEL MARKETING - VERCELLI
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CourseMODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0243
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio, FRANZINETTI Guido
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0244 STORIA MODERNA MAGISTRALE M-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA TORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
LE0245 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY OF EUROPE M-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA FRANZINETTI Guido
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CourseSTORIA MODERNA MAGISTRALE
Course IDLE0244
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
TeachersTORTAROLO Edoardo Elio Flaminio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-STO/02 - STORIA MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSecularisation, revolution, modernity
Reference textsIrene Gaddo-Edoardo Tortarolo, Secolarizzazione e modernità. Un quadro storico, Carocci 2017; Jonathan Israel, A Revolution of the Mind Radical Enlightenment and the Intellectual Origins of Modern Democracy, Princeton UP 2009
Teaching targetsto analyze in a critical way the sources pertaining to the subject of the course.
Prerequisiteshaving successfully passed a course in early modern history or history of Europe
Didattics Methodsdiscussion-led lectures
Other informationsThis course is discussion-led, intends to be a seminar and implies regular attendance and active participation. Basic knowledge on early modern history are required. If this statement is unclear, please contact the instructor before attending the course. Discussion of suitable methods how to teach history in highschool.
Grading rulesStudents are expected to follow all sessions and to give a public presentation focusing on a subject chosen from a list dealt with by the lecturer. Engagement in the discussion and the quality of the final presentation will be the main factors leading to the grade.
Full arguments#1: introduction; secularisation Durkheim and Weber. #2: France, Italy, Spain #3: Montesquieu, Voltaire, Rousseau, d’Holbach, Volney. # 4: Muratori, Amidei, Pilati. Necker. # 5: Joseph II. # 6: Peter Leopold and Scipione de’ Ricci. # 7: Revolutionary crisis in France. # 8: Ecclesiastical Committee. # 9: France 1791-1794. Chénier, les decadis. # 10: Revolutionary Atheism. Maréchal, Gracchus Babeuf. # 11: Napoleon and Concordat. Portalis, L’harmonie. # 12: Saint Napoléon # 13:secularization theories: 1. Burke 1790 # 14: 2. Thomas Paine. #15: 3. de Maistre. # 16: students' presentation. # 17: students' presentation. # 18: students' presentation.
Expected learning objectivesPrepare the learner for the future by equipping him/her with analytical and critical thinking skills such as the ability to assess evidence and evaluate conflicting interpretations to make informed judgements of the past and better understand the present. Help the learner understand change and develop global awareness and cross-cultural skills in order to play an active role in future developments in society.
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CourseSOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY OF EUROPE
Course IDLE0245
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFRANZINETTI Guido
TeachersFRANZINETTI Guido
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDM-STO/04 - STORIA CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
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CourseNORTH AMERICAN LITERATURE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1095
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIULI Maria Cristina
TeachersIULI Maria Cristina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/11 - LINGUE E LETTERATURE ANGLO-AMERICANE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractRacism and crisis in American Literature in the post-Obama era
Reference textsJesmyn Ward, Sing Unburied Sing, New York, Scribner, 2017. Colson Whitehead The Underground Railroad, New York, Anchor Books, 2016 Paul Beattie, The Sellout, New York, Farrar, Straux and Giroux, 2015 Moshed Hamin, Exit West, Moshin Amid, New York and London, Penguin Riverhead Books, 2017 Viet Than Ngu The Refugees, New York and London, Grove Atlantic, 2017. Ch. 15 of Iuli Loreto, La letteratura degli Stati Uniti dal Rinascimento Americano ai nostri giorni, Roma, Carocci 2018
Teaching targetsThe aim of the course is to introduce students to a wide thematic and formal spectrum of contemporary American fiction in the context of the political, social, and economic crises over democracy, identity and representation intensified in the post Obama era
PrerequisitesEnglish B2
Didattics MethodsLectures and seminar-like class. Active participation of students
Grading rulesTo pass the exam students must: 1) write a paper in English of approximately 15.000 characters, spaces included. The paper should present and in-depth analysis and interpretation of specific aspects of the assigned readings and of the issues and themes discussed in class. The topic should be discussed with the professor and the final paper will have to be turned in electronically (by email) at least one week before exam date. The paper will count for 70% toward the final grade, and will be graded on the following: a) degree of in-depht analysis of the topic; clear, logical and effective prose; correct syntax, grammar and spelling; correct formal structure (organization, footnotes, sources,bibliography, layout). 2) Deliver two class-presentations according to the professor's instructions circulated at the beginning of class. One of the presentations will be on assigned readings, and the other on the final topic/essay project of student. In-class presentations will contribute for 30% to final grade, and will be graded according to: understanding and in-depht analysis of the topic; clear, logical and effective delivery; rhetorical skills; capacity to raise critical questions. Final grade will be assessed on the following: HP (High Pass): accurate, convincing, exhaustive, precise and well articulated prose, demonstrating knowledge of assigned material, close reading skills, originality and critical thinking skills – as well as clear and accurate prose. (28-30) MP (Medium Pass): the paper demonstrates solid knowledge of assigned readings, good reading and analytical skills, accurate close reading, clear prose without syntax and grammar mistakes, and sufficient originality. (24-27) P (Pass): sufficient, fairly precise and detailed, well expressed claims; the paper demonstrates sufficient knowledge of assigned material (18-23) F (Fail): Insufficient. The paper does not meet any of the following criteria: accuracy, precision, reading comprehension, written expression.
Full argumentsWeek One: Introduction. American Literature in the Present Crisis; Week Two: Colson Whitehead The Underground Railroad, New York, Anchor Books, 2016 Week Three: Jesmyn Ward, Sing Unburied Sing Week Four-Five: Paul Beattie, The Sellout, New York, Farrar, Straux and Giroux, 2015 Week Six: Writing Academic Paper Lab Week Seven: Viet Than Ngu The Refugees Week Eight: Moshed Hamin, Exit West and Presentations Week Nine: Presentations
Expected learning objectivesIn order to pass this exam students will demonstrate: (KNOWLEDGE) – Knowledge of the themes, issues, forms, and varieties of contemporary American novels in the context of the cultural and social crisis over identity and citizenship intensified in the post-Obama era; Knowledge of appropriate concepts and language for the literary analysis of assigned readings; Knowledge of the evolution of narrative forms and conceptual frames in contemporary American literature; Knowledge of formal and rhetorical structures for writing a paper; (SKILLS) ability to analyze and synthetize assigned readings, paying particular attention to their linguistic structure and to the text/context relation; learning how to analyze and write critically about narrative using the appropriate rhetorical and linguistic register and the adequate layout; learning to recognize some of the main authors, styles, languages, perspectives, and formal issues in contemporary American novel; (CROSS-SKILLS) learning how to present information, knowledge, opinions and points of view in a clear, functional and effective way; learning how to organize and write a short text in English that develops out of topics discussed in class; understand the rhetorical, cultural and linguistic structures of the short story as a literary genre; learning how to do a basic bibliographic research; introducing a pedagogy of Anglo-American literature framed in the context of the current crisis over citizenship, legitimacy, and identity, functional to develop teaching/learning strategies and educational projects on cultural identity and representation in high schools.
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1095 LETTERATURA NORDAMERICANA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1095 LETTERATURA NORDAMERICANA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
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CourseNORTH AMERICAN LITERATURE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1095
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderIULI Maria Cristina
TeachersIULI Maria Cristina
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/11 - LINGUE E LETTERATURE ANGLO-AMERICANE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractBlackness and the Literary Imagination "in the wake" of Slavery
Reference textsReading List 1) Mandatory readings for all students: Toni Morrison, Beloved (1988) Richard Wright, Native Son (1940) Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man (1952) Claudia Rankine, Citizen (2014) Toni Morrison, Playing in the Dark, NY, Random House, 1992, pp. 29-51. Christina Sharpe, In the Wake: on Blackness and Being, Duke UP, 2016. Ch. 1 “In the Wake” and 2, “The Ship”. Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness , The New Press, NY and London, 2010. Ch. 1 and 5 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. , Letter from a Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "I Have a Dream", Address delivered at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "Civil Right n.1: The Right to Vote" New York Times Magazine, March 14, 1965 Malcolm X, “The Ballot or the Bullet” (April 3, 1964) 2) Further Readings (non mandatory but suggested): Sayidia Hartman, Loose Your Mother. A Journey along the Atlantic Slave Route, New York, Farrar Straus and Giroux, 2008. Ch. 8 “Loose your Mother” Sayidia Hartman, Scenes of Subjection. Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth Century America, Oxford UP, ch. 4, “The Burdened Individuality of Freedom” Anna Scacchi, “IF YOU GO THERE – YOU WHO WAS NEVER THERE:” ON CONTEMPORARY USES OF THE MEMORY OF SLAVERY, Iperstoria 8, 2016, pp. 4-15. http://www.iperstoria.it/joomla/images/PDF/Numero_8/monografica_8/Anna%20Scacchi_intestato.pdf Films:Films: Raoul Peck, "I Am Not Your Negro" (2017) Non attending students: same reading list as attending students.
Teaching targetsCritical and Argumentative skills, both in written and oral English, about the topics of this class. Capacity to critically use the concepts develop in the class. This class also introduces a pedagogy of African American Literature in the wider context of the evolution of American Literature, through the analysis of cultural models and the elaboration of literary, linguistic, and cultural materials functional to the development of teaching strategies
PrerequisitesEnglish A1 - spoken and written
Didattics MethodsSeminar
Other informationsSome of the texts in the syllabus will be read only in sections. Students are encouraged to read the novels before the beginning of class, in order to be fully participating to class discussions.
Grading rulesAttending students: 12 pages written academic paper adressing the question on one of the novels read for this class addressing some of the issues discussed in this class, to be turned in one week before the date of the exam. Non attending students: same reading list as attending students. Beside the due 12 pages academic paper on the topics of this class, non attending students are required to turn in written reports (or response papers) of 4-5 pages each for every mandatory reading for this class. Final grade for non attending students: 60% final paper; 40% reports or response papers. All the papers are in English
Full argumentsThis course examines the exploration of the racial imaginary in the novels, essays, poems and short stories of American writers in the XX century.
Expected learning objectivesTo understand the historical, cultural, economic and political roots of anti-black racisim in the United States; understanding the complexity and the centrality of the race question in American Literature; Learning how to critically address it.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L1245 STORIA DELLE CULTURE DEL NORDAMERICA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L1245 STORIA DELLE CULTURE DEL NORDAMERICA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1095 LETTERATURA NORDAMERICANA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1095 LETTERATURA NORDAMERICANA MAGISTRALE I - VERCELLI
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CourseSPANISH CULTURE
Course IDLE0154
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractContemporary Spain in the texts and images
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: Abrantes, Ricardo; y Fernandez, Araceli, Arte español para extranjeros, Nerea, 2012. Calvo Serraller, Francisco, La invención del arte español, Galaxia Gutenberg, 2013. Quesada Marco, Sebastián, Curso de civilización española, Sgel. Sociedad General Española de Librería, s.a., 2008. Altamira, Rafael, Historia de España y de la civilización española (2 vols.), Critica, 2001.
Teaching targetsKnowledge of most important moments and circumstances of the Spanish cultural identity story Development of the ability to discern the specific nature of Hispanic culture Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on specific cultural and historical bases Setting up their own image of the Spanish cultural history
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsNone
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally the student training on the following topics: • History of Spanish Cultural Identity • The cultural base of Spain's present reality • Specificity of Hispanic culture
Full argumentsSpanish texts and images of cultural identity and its evolution in history, with particular emphasis on contemporary Spain. During the course we will analyze the following books and movies: Books: Cercas, Javier, Anatomía de un instante, Madrid, Mondadori, 2009. (Anatomia di un istante, Milano, Guanda, 2012) Llamazares, Julio, Luna de lobos, Madrid, Cátedra, 2009. (Luna da lupi, Firenze, Passigli, 2008). García Lorca, Federico, Bodas de sangre, a cura di A. Josephs y J. Caballero, Madrid, Cátedra, 2005. (Nozze di sangue, Venezia, Marsilio, 2013). Movies: Almodóvar, Pedro, Mujeres al borde de un ataque de nervios (1988) Velilla, Nacho G., Perdiendo el norte (2015) León de Aranoa, Fernando, Los lunes al sol (2002) Ortiz, Paula, La novia (2015)
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0023
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0053 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA BALDISSERA Andrea
LE0054 SPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA BALDISSERA Andrea
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0053
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Sites and/or partitions
Lingue e letterature
Sistemi turistici
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionLingue e letterature
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractSpanish linguistics and philology
Reference textsMiguel Ángel Pérez Priego, La edición de textos, Madrid, Síntesis, 2011 (2nd edition); Alberto Blecua, Manual de critica textual, Madrid, Castalia, 1983.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to improve Spanish language skills, and refine its use for academic and professional purposes, particularly philological. This course aims to provide students with a overwiev of the basic themes and issues in Spanish Linguistics and Philology (Textual criticism). It intends to favor, as a second objective, the awareness of the relevance of linguistic data in the reconstruction of the critical text
PrerequisitesAn adequate knowledge of the Spanish Language is required (higher level, C1) knowledge of general linguistics and Spanish linguistics
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminar lessons with analysis of examples; the theacher will provide exemplary materials on the DIR
Grading rulesWritten examination (two hours): two open-ended questions, aimed at assessing the student's ability to link linguistic data and the philological method; and an analysis of a philological example (application of the philological criteria starting from the linguistic phenomena involved).
Full arguments1. Problems of the transmission of texts (as true 'linguistic tissues'); 2. Variants and errors: genesis and transmission (in general and in the Castilian language); 3. the problem of textual reconstruction starting from linguistic data 4. pre-scientific methods and the common error-method; 5. the genealogy of the textual tradition; 6. the critical edition of Iberian texts and linguistics (apparatus, linguistic study, criteria for presenting the critical text).
Expected learning objectivesKNOWLEDGE - Develop the theoretical knowledge of the philological discipline, becoming familiar with the linguistic phenomena of the Iberian context SKILLS -To recognize and classify theoretically presented phenomena in the proposed and analyzed documents - Knowing how to define and illustrate, by means of exemplification, the concepts discussed in class. - Knowing how to prepare a linguistic-philological (basic) analysis autonomously, on new examples, starting from the theoretical basis acquired TRANSVERSAL SKILLS - Know how to describe the main phenomena in a clear and circumstantial manner, using the appropriate terminology in an appropriate manner. - Know how to deepen the topics on the specific manual and on the essays - Knowing how to perform bibliographic research independently, starting from the suggestions received in class
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0053 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionSistemi turistici
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractLanguage for specific purposes: Tourism
Reference textsLa lengua del turismo: Géneros discursivos y terminología. Maria Vittoria Calvi, Giovanna Mapelli (eds). Bern: Peter Lang, 2011. M.V. Calvi Léxico de especialidad y lengua del turismo, in Estudios sobre el léxico: puntos y contrapuntos, 2016, pp. 187-214; Eadem, Guía de viaje y turismo 2.0: Los borrosos confines de un género, Ibérica 31 (2016): pp. 15-38; Eadem, turismo: una propuesta de clasificación, Iberica, Ibérica 19 (2010), pp. 9-32
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course the students should be able to apply the specific terminology, the analytical tools and the notions acquired in class for the analysis of tourist texts belonging to different genres with particular reference to the specialized language (vocabulary, morphology and syntax).
PrerequisitesAn adequate knowledge of the Spanish Language is required (higher level, C1)
Didattics MethodsLectures, seminar lessons with analysis of examples; the theacher will provide exemplary materials on the DIR
Grading rulesWritten exam (duration: 2h): 1) Two open-ended questions, on the main phenomena dealt with (characteristics of specialized languages, linguistic description of main features of Spanish for Tourism, relations between genres and specific linguistic traits, in Tourism); 2) analysis of a short text belonging to the genres examined in the classroom. The student must demonstrate that he is able to display the indicated contents in good Spanish and organized form; to be able to recognize the linguistic data presented, analyze them and insert them in the theoretical reference context
Full argumentsThis course is meant as an introduction to Spanish for specific purposes (Tourism). The first part will concentrate on the on specialized languages and their properties, and in particular on Spanish Language for Tourism, and textual genres (guía, folleto) that characterize it. The second part of the course will be devoted to linguistic analysis of different examples and documents relevant to these genres.
Expected learning objectivesKNOWLEDGE - Develop the knowledge of the Spanish tourist communication, becoming familiar with specific linguistic phenomena. - Acquire awareness of the relationship between the types of tourist texts and the linguistic expression SKILLS - Knowing how to describe the main phenomena in a clear and detailed manner, using the appropriate terminology in an appropriate manner. -Knowing how to recognize and classify theoretically presented phenomena in the proposed / analyzed documents or texts; - Knowing how to define and illustrate by way of example the concepts discussed in class. TRANSVERSAL KNOWLEDGE - Knowing how to prepare a linguistic analysis autonomously, starting from the theoretical basis acquired - Know how to deepen the topics on the specific manuals and the detailed studies
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0054
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Reference textsAna Blanco Canales, M.ª Carmen Fernández López, M.ª Jesús Torrens Álvarez, Nuevo Sueña 4, Libro de lalumno, Anaya (2017), ISBN:978-84-698-2796-3 + Nuevo Sueña 4, Cuaderno de ejercicios, Anaya 2017 - ISBN: 978-84-698-2797-0. Materials used during the course: Fernando Fernán-Gómez, El viaje a ninguna parte, Ed. Cátedra (and vision of the film). For the oral exam, students will read the following volumes in their original language: 1) Jorge Luis Borges, Cuentos completos, Debolsillo, Barcelona, 2013 (the stories of the collections: a) Historia Universal de la Infamia (1935); b) Ficciones (1944); c) El Aleph (1949). 2) Gabriel García Márquez, Cien años de soledad, Debolsillo Barcelona, 2014. Students must bring the volumes read with them to the exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C1.2 Level.
PrerequisitesAdvanced language competence level (C1)
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, practicals and self-study. Use of the Dir service
Grading rulesExam test Written part in two days: 1) writing in language (3h) and 2) Italian-Spanish translation (3h), to test the advanced level of expressive skills. In order to overcome the written part, the student must obtain at least 18/30 in both parts (otherwise he will have to re-present himself to the written exam in a subsequent appeal). Oral part: The oral part, (a few days away): interview aimed at assessing comprehension / expression skills, according to the pre-established level, also starting from mandatory readings. - Control of learning in itinere: checks in class and at home on the individual topics covered. Self-study at the Language Center.
Full argumentsReview of the Spanish grammar (syntax) with critical insights. Stylistic improvement of writing expression: language registers (and non-standard varieties), idiomatic expressions, collocations, modismos, refranes); exercises of composition in Spanish and translation from Italian to Spanish (and in reverse). Obligatory reading or viewing of films in original language, also in view of the oral exam.
Expected learning objectivesCan understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. -Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. -Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. -Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0877 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0877 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0023
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0053 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA BALDISSERA Andrea
LE0054 SPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA BALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0053
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Sites and/or partitions
Lingue e letterature
Sistemi turistici
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionLingue e letterature
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractEl español coloquial
Reference textsAntonio Briz Gómez, EL ESPAÑOL COLOQUIAL EN LA CONVERSACION, ARIEL, 2001Cela C. J., La Colmena Martín Gaite C., Entre visillos Sánchez Ferlosio R. , El Jarama. Delibes M., Cinco horas con Mario
Teaching targetsThis course aims to provide students with a overwiev of the basic themes and issues in Colloquial Spanish
PrerequisitesAn adequate knowledge of the Spanish Language is required
Didattics MethodsFace to face lessons Use of the DIR service
Grading rulesWritten examination Open-ended questions on the program, also from examples
Full argumentsThe course aims to improve Spanish language skills, and refine its use for professional purposes.
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0027 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0027 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0027 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0053 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseLINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
Course typeClasse LM 37 e Classe LM 49
Year1
PartitionSistemi turistici
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractLanguage for specific purposes: Tourism
Reference textsLa lengua del turismo: Géneros discursivos y terminología. Maria Vittoria Calvi, Giovanna Mapelli (eds). Bern: Peter Lang, 2011.
Teaching targetsThis course aims to provide students with a overwiev of the basic issues in Spanish for Specific Purposes (Tourism)
PrerequisitesAn adequate knowledge of the Spanish Language is required
Didattics MethodsFace to face lessons Use of the DIR service
Grading rulesWritten examination Open-ended questions
Full argumentsThe course aims to offer a vision of Spanish fos specific purposes (Tourism).
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0053 LINGUISTICA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0054
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea, CAMPOS CABRERO Sonia
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year1
PeriodAnnuale
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Reference textsAna Blanc o Canales, M.ª Carmen Fernández López, M.ª Jesús Torrens Álvarez Sueña 4. Libro del Alumno, Anaya, 2007 Sueña 4. Cuaderno de Ejercicios, Anaya, 2007
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C1.2 Level. Can understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
PrerequisitesAdvanced language competence level
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, practicals and self-study. Use of the Dir service
Other informationsReading assignements
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated
Full argumentsReview of Spanish grammar (syntax). Stylistic improvement of writing expression, composition exercises in Spanish and Italian translations from Italian to Spanish.
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0054 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0877 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0877 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0877 LINGUA SPAGNOLA ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA
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CourseSPANISH LITERATURE I A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1098
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractThe poetry of the Baroque. Góngora and Quevedo
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: • Díez Borque, José María, Heterodoxia, marginalidad y maravilla en los Siglos de Oro, Madrid, Visor, 2016. • García Aguilar, Ignacio, Poesía y edición en el Siglo de Oro, Calambur Editorial, 2009. • Luján Atienza, Ángel L., Las voces de Proteo. Teoría de la lírica y práctica poética del Siglo de Oro, Málaga, Universidad de Málaga, 2008. • Parodi, Alicia, Las ejemplares: una sola novela, Buenos Aires, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2002.
Teaching targetsAnalytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts in Spanish literature. Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence to a given work to the code of the genre and the literary movement to which it belongs. Identification in the text, starting with the analysis of literary techniques, of the structural characteristics that bind it to the previous one and those announcing the next one. Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on the theoretical and practical bases. Knowing how to express literary analysis results with the appropriate terminology. Being able to recognize the characteristics of a literary movement in a text from the analysis of stylistic techniques. Knowing how to articulate the evolution of a literary genre in relation to the propulsive drives of the canon and the external influences of literature.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Spanish literature.
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsIl modulo mutua: • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica B • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica II A (contattare il docente)
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally to the student training on the following topics: • Analytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts of the Spanish literature. • Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. • Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. • Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence of a poetic text to the code of the genre and the literary movement in which it is included.
Full argumentsWe will try to understand the controversy between “conceptismo” and “culteranismo” through reading and analyzing the poems of Góngora and Quevedo. The module consists of 2 parts: A. MONOGRAPHIC COURSE B. INSTITUTIONAL PART Analytical reading and study of the literary and historical context of author of the following works: • Gonzalo de Berceo, Milagros de Nuestra Señora, Madrid, Cátedra. • Luis de Góngora, Soledades, Madrid, Castalia. • Francisco de Quevedo, Sueños, Madrid, Cátedra. • Garcilaso de la Vega, Poesías castellanas completas, Madrid, Castalia.
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0508 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0508 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0702 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA II ANNO A - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L1098 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA I A - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L1099 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA I B - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0508 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA B - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1098 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA I A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1098 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA I A - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1099 LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA SPECIALISTICA I B - VERCELLI
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CourseSTAGE
Course IDL0687
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 150
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseTOURISM BUSINESS ECONOMICS AND ORGANIZATION
Course IDLE0143
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderTUROLLA Andrea
TeachersTUROLLA Andrea
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 152
SSDSECS-P/07 - ECONOMIA AZIENDALE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0143 ECONOMIA E ORGANIZZAZIONE DELLE AZIENDE TURISTICHE - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0143 ECONOMIA E ORGANIZZAZIONE DELLE AZIENDE TURISTICHE - VERCELLI
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CourseWORKSHOP: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN TOURISM
Course IDLE0151
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderSPINELLI Gianfranco
TeachersSPINELLI Gianfranco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractThemes of geography and cartography; spatial analysis; georeferencing and digitization of spatial data; tourism information and communication; Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Reference textsDuring the course will be distributed: - the lecture notes (available on Moodle). - links for access to data and software for practical applications.
Teaching targetsThe course provides the basic knowledge necessary to the acquisition, management and utilization of geo-data, which, along with the rapid development of computer technology, have seen a sharp increase in terms of quantity, reliability and usability, revealing at the same time a strong analysis tool to support tour operating and destination management At the end of the course the student: - will be able to navigate the system of supply of spatial data; - will be able to manage techniques and the tools for the acquisition and analysis of geo-localized data; - will be able, by the use of open source GIS software, to perform analytical procedures applied to tourism information and communication and the destination management.
PrerequisitesNone
Didattics MethodsLectures, problem solving exercises, computer mapping lab.
Other informationsFurther information is available on the web page of the course at the URL: https://eco.dir.unipmn.it/
Grading rulesKnowledge and understanding by structured test Skills by elaboration and presentation of a GIS project
Full argumentsWhat are the spatial data? Geo-referenced data. Relational databases and geodatabases. Geographic information systems (GIS). Sources of geo-localized data: institutional data, open data, crowdsourcing. Techniques and tools for data acquisition. Data management for analysing tourist flows. Market segmentation and customization of contents and media. Web GIS and social media for tourism.
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CourseWRITING
Course IDL0130
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2018/2019
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU6
Individual study time 120
SSDL-FIL-LET/12 - LINGUISTICA ITALIANA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryF - Stage e altre attività formative
Year1
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal judgment
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L0130 SCUOLA DI SCRITTURA - VERCELLI
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CourseART, CULTURAL POLITICS AND TERRITORY
Course IDLE0160
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2015/2016
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia, VANNUGLI Antonio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0161 ART AND TERRITORY 2° LEVEL L-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA ZAMBRANO Patrizia
LE0162 ART AND CULTURAL POLITICS L-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA VANNUGLI Antonio
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CourseART AND TERRITORY 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0161
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2015/2016
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractART IN THE TERRITORY IN MODERN ITALY (PIEMONTE AND GAUDENZIO FERRARI).
Reference texts- CASTELNUOVO, ENRICO e GINZBURG, CARLO, “Centro e periferia”, in Storia dell’arte italiana. Questioni e metodi, a cura di Giovanni Previtali, parte prima Materiali e problemi, vol. I, Questioni e metodi, Giulio Einaudi Editore, Torino 1979, pp. 283-352 (Biblioteca DSU); - ROSSO, CLAUDIO, “Gli incerti confini del Piemonte orientale”, in “Letteratura di frontiera: il Piemonte orientale”, a cura di Roberto Carnero, Mercurio, Vercelli 2004, pp. 383-400 (Biblioteca DSU); - “Arte e storia a Vercelli nel Cinquecento”, a cura di P. Zambrano in “Storia di Vercelli in età moderna e contemporanea”, 2 voll., a cura di Edoardo Tortarolo, UTET, Torino 2011, vol. 1, pp. 409-454; (Biblioteca DSU). Per chi non lo avesse fatto negli anni del triennio, è consigliato che la preparazione si accompagni allo studio di un manuale di Storia dell’Arte Moderna (manuale consigliato: P.L. De Vecchi − E. Cerchiari, “I tempi dell’Arte”, Bompiani, Milano 1999 ed edizioni successive, volume 2, tomo I. More bibliography will be suggested during the course. Some materials will, be published on the D.I.R. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS will agree the program with the professor.
Teaching targetsTo be able to recognize and define the cultural, artistic and geographical area where a work of art was created and the dynamics in which it was inserted in the course of his ‘fortuna critica’. Identify the influence it has exercised in that territory and out of it. To outline the relationships between major and minor centres of artistic production, mainly in the Renaissance. To understand and be able to express, on the basis of the knowledge acquired, the net of relations linking the cultural production of the various artistic centres of the Italian and European Renaissance.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge in: Art History. Basic knowledge in: Modern History; Modern Italian Literature.
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsPatrizia Zambrano e-mail address is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . Patrizia Zambrano studio is located at the Department of Humanities , Piazza Sant'Eusebio 5 , IIIrd floor, studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an interview of 4-5 questions and addresses the topics dealt with in the class and the bibliography assigned*. Visits to monuments and exhibition done during the course are an integral part of the program and are subject to examination. During the exam it is advisable to have the images of the course with you. Vote of the exam is valuated in 30/30 points and based on the following parameters: 1) knowledge of the main and principal notions presented in the lessons and in the texts indicated in the bibliography * (18 points out of 30); 2) critical reasoning capability and associations and connections (6 out of 30); 3) ability to discourse knowledge and to express it effectively and linearly, using the specialized vocabulary, where needed (6 out of 30). *(For non-attending students, only on the assigned bibliography
Full argumentsThe course will take the start from a historical definition of the concept of 'centre and periphery' as a key idea of the broad theme of artistic geography. It will cover the history and provide a series of examples and case studies mainly focused on the area of Piedmont, especially in the dynamics between this region and the adjacent ones. A reflection will be devoted to the relationship between artists active in Piedmont during the Renaissance and the major dynamics of the artistic production of the major Italian and European Renaissance centres.
Expected learning objectivesAcquisition of content, methods and lexicons related to the knowledge of the presence of historical artistic territorial contexts. Ability to apply the acquired knowledge by demonstrating a good orientation in space and time, in relation to historical territorial historical contexts of the Modern Age. Use of the acquired knowledge to develop useful skills in the transmission and dissemination of the artistic historical territorial contexts.
Course borrowed fromFILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1052 ARTE E TERRITORIO M - VERCELLI
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CourseART AND CULTURAL POLITICS
Course IDLE0162
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2015/2016
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractWhat were foreign visitors looking for in Italy, were they artists, writers, philosophers or aristocrats? What were their expectations and how reality met with them, beyond classical and modern heritage, landscape and everyday commonplace?
Reference textsF. Zeri, La percezione visiva dell’Italia e degli Italiani, Einaudi, Turin 1976 and 1989; A. Brilli, Il viaggio in Italia. Storia di una grande tradizione culturale, Pizzi, Cinisello Balsamo 1987, Silvana, Cinisello Balsamo 1989, and Il Mulino, Bologna 2006; A. Brilli, Quando viaggiare era un’arte. Il romanzo del Grand Tour, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995; A. Brilli, Un paese di romantici briganti. Gli Italiani nell’immaginario del Grand Tour, Il Mulino, Bologna 2003; A. Brilli, Il grande racconto del viaggio in Italia. Itinerari di ieri per viaggiatori di oggi, Il Mulino, Bologna 2014; J. Black, Italy and the Grand Tour, Yale U.P., New Haven 2003; C. De Seta, L’Italia del Grand Tour. Da Montaigne a Goethe, Electa, Naples 1992 and 2001; C. De Seta, L’Italia nello specchio del Grand Tour, Rizzoli, Milan 2014; A. Wilton and I. Bergamini, eds., Grand Tour. Il fascino dell’Italia nel XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue (Rome), Skira, Milan 1997; C. De Seta, ed., Grand Tour. Viaggi narrati e dipinti, exhibition catalogue, Electa, Naples 2001; G. Marcenaro and P. Boragina, eds., Viaggio in Italia. Un corteo magico dal Cinquecento al Novecento, exhibition catalogue, Electa, Milan 2001. Besides, an anthology of extracts from the travel diaries of Montaigne, Symonds, Brosses, Lalande, Sade, Cochin, Montesquieu, Goethe, Chateaubriand, Stendhal and others.
Teaching targetsOBJECTIVES: The course will examine the origins of the myth of Italy after the Renaissance, the image of Italy and of the Italians in its many aspects and its evolution from the sixteeenth to the nineteenth century, with a particular attention to the experience of the Grand Tour.
PrerequisitesA good knowledge of European political and cultural history between the sixteeenth century and the Napoleonic Age (1527-1815)
Didattics MethodsOral lessons, with observation of digital images and commentary of written texts, and, if possible, visits to temporary exhibitions.
Other informationsStudents who cannot attend are invited to contact the teacher at least one month before the exam to agree on the texts of study and to receive any material electronically. In case of failure to register for exams electronically, will be eligible to take the test ONLY those who have , at least three days in advance , contact the teacher in person or sent a text message to mobile phone 349/8395631 or sent message to his email address . No exceptions will be allowed.
Grading rulesOral, consisting of three or four questions, at least one of which will be of general nature on the course and at least two will be related to the analysis and commentary of a literary source and of some works of art, through observation of digital images on your computer.
Full argumentsThe image of Italy and of the Italians in the early Modern age and in the XVIII and XIX centuries, until the beginning of the XX century. Foreign artists travelling to Italy in the XVI and XVII centuries. The Italian Grand Tour in the XVII and XVIII centuries. The impact of Romanticism and the end of the Grand Tour.
Expected learning objectivesA good knowledge of the evolution of the image of Italy through the centuries from the Renaissance to 1915, with regard to the different points of view depending on the countries from which visitors and tourist came from. An ability of telling, with intellectual empathy and human sympathy, the expectations, enthusiasms and disappointments of at least a traveller to Italy during the Modern Age. To examine critically further written sources about Italy and images of Italian towns and landscape between the XVII and the XIX centuries.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0181 STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA - VERCELLI
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CourseART, CULTURAL POLITICS AND TERRITORY
Course IDLE0160
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia, VANNUGLI Antonio
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0161 ART AND TERRITORY 2° LEVEL L-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA ZAMBRANO Patrizia
LE0162 ART AND CULTURAL POLITICS L-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA VANNUGLI Antonio
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CourseART AND TERRITORY 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0161
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderZAMBRANO Patrizia
TeachersZAMBRANO Patrizia
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 114
SSDL-ART/02 - STORIA DELL'ARTE MODERNA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractART IN THE TERRITORY IN MODERN ITALY (PIEMONTE AND GAUDENZIO FERRARI).
Reference texts- CASTELNUOVO, ENRICO e GINZBURG, CARLO, “Centro e periferia”, in Storia dell’arte italiana. Questioni e metodi, a cura di Giovanni Previtali, parte prima Materiali e problemi, vol. I, Questioni e metodi, Giulio Einaudi Editore, Torino 1979, pp. 283-352 (Biblioteca DSU); - ROSSO, CLAUDIO, “Gli incerti confini del Piemonte orientale”, in “Letteratura di frontiera: il Piemonte orientale”, a cura di Roberto Carnero, Mercurio, Vercelli 2004, pp. 383-400 (Biblioteca DSU); - “Arte e storia a Vercelli nel Cinquecento”, a cura di P. Zambrano in “Storia di Vercelli in età moderna e contemporanea”, 2 voll., a cura di Edoardo Tortarolo, UTET, Torino 2011, vol. 1, pp. 409-454; (Biblioteca DSU). Per chi non lo avesse fatto negli anni del triennio, è consigliato che la preparazione si accompagni allo studio di un manuale di Storia dell’Arte Moderna (manuale consigliato: P.L. De Vecchi − E. Cerchiari, “I tempi dell’Arte”, Bompiani, Milano 1999 ed edizioni successive, volume 2, tomo I. More bibliography will be suggested during the course. Some materials will, be published on the D.I.R. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS will agree the program with the professor.
Teaching targetsTo be able to recognize and define the cultural, artistic and geographical area where a work of art was created and the dynamics in which it was inserted in the course of his ‘fortuna critica’. Identify the influence it has exercised in that territory and out of it. To outline the relationships between major and minor centres of artistic production, mainly in the Renaissance. To understand and be able to express, on the basis of the knowledge acquired, the net of relations linking the cultural production of the various artistic centres of the Italian and European Renaissance.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge in: Art History. Basic knowledge in: Modern History; Modern Italian Literature.
Didattics MethodsLessons, seminars, visits to museums and monuments. Visits to museums are considered part of the course. Schedule and timetable will be agreed and given during lessons and also communicated on the D.I.R. forum.
Other informationsPatrizia Zambrano e-mail address is: patrizia.zambrano@uniupo.it . Patrizia Zambrano studio is located at the Department of Humanities , Piazza Sant'Eusebio 5 , IIIrd floor, studio 19. All students interested in receiving information and updates are invited to enroll in the course of D.I.R. and to participate in the forum.
Grading rulesThe final exam consists of an interview of 4-5 questions and addresses the topics dealt with in the class and the bibliography assigned*. Visits to monuments and exhibition done during the course are an integral part of the program and are subject to examination. During the exam it is advisable to have the images of the course with you. Vote of the exam is valuated in 30/30 points and based on the following parameters: 1) knowledge of the main and principal notions presented in the lessons and in the texts indicated in the bibliography * (18 points out of 30); 2) critical reasoning capability and associations and connections (6 out of 30); 3) ability to discourse knowledge and to express it effectively and linearly, using the specialized vocabulary, where needed (6 out of 30). *(For non-attending students, only on the assigned bibliography
Full argumentsThe course will take the start from a historical definition of the concept of 'centre and periphery' as a key idea of the broad theme of artistic geography. It will cover the history and provide a series of examples and case studies mainly focused on the area of Piedmont, especially in the dynamics between this region and the adjacent ones. A reflection will be devoted to the relationship between artists active in Piedmont during the Renaissance and the major dynamics of the artistic production of the major Italian and European Renaissance centres.
Expected learning objectivesAcquisition of content, methods and lexicons related to the knowledge of the presence of historical artistic territorial contexts. Ability to apply the acquired knowledge by demonstrating a good orientation in space and time, in relation to historical territorial historical contexts of the Modern Age. Use of the acquired knowledge to develop useful skills in the transmission and dissemination of the artistic historical territorial contexts.
Course borrowed fromFILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L1052 ARTE E TERRITORIO M - VERCELLI
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CourseART AND CULTURAL POLITICS
Course IDLE0162
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderVANNUGLI Antonio
TeachersVANNUGLI Antonio
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ART/03 - STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractWhat were foreign visitors looking for in Italy, were they artists, writers, philosophers or aristocrats? What were their expectations and how reality met with them, beyond classical and modern heritage, landscape and everyday commonplace?
Reference textsF. Zeri, La percezione visiva dell’Italia e degli Italiani, Einaudi, Turin 1976 and 1989; A. Brilli, Il viaggio in Italia. Storia di una grande tradizione culturale, Pizzi, Cinisello Balsamo 1987, Silvana, Cinisello Balsamo 1989, and Il Mulino, Bologna 2006; A. Brilli, Quando viaggiare era un’arte. Il romanzo del Grand Tour, Il Mulino, Bologna 1995; A. Brilli, Un paese di romantici briganti. Gli Italiani nell’immaginario del Grand Tour, Il Mulino, Bologna 2003; A. Brilli, Il grande racconto del viaggio in Italia. Itinerari di ieri per viaggiatori di oggi, Il Mulino, Bologna 2014; J. Black, Italy and the Grand Tour, Yale U.P., New Haven 2003; C. De Seta, L’Italia del Grand Tour. Da Montaigne a Goethe, Electa, Naples 1992 and 2001; C. De Seta, L’Italia nello specchio del Grand Tour, Rizzoli, Milan 2014; A. Wilton and I. Bergamini, eds., Grand Tour. Il fascino dell’Italia nel XVIII secolo, exhibition catalogue (Rome), Skira, Milan 1997; C. De Seta, ed., Grand Tour. Viaggi narrati e dipinti, exhibition catalogue, Electa, Naples 2001; G. Marcenaro and P. Boragina, eds., Viaggio in Italia. Un corteo magico dal Cinquecento al Novecento, exhibition catalogue, Electa, Milan 2001. Besides, an anthology of extracts from the travel diaries of Montaigne, Symonds, Brosses, Lalande, Sade, Cochin, Montesquieu, Goethe, Chateaubriand, Stendhal and others.
Teaching targetsOBJECTIVES: The course will examine the origins of the myth of Italy after the Renaissance, the image of Italy and of the Italians in its many aspects and its evolution from the sixteeenth to the nineteenth century, with a particular attention to the experience of the Grand Tour.
PrerequisitesA good knowledge of European political and cultural history between the sixteeenth century and the Napoleonic Age (1527-1815)
Didattics MethodsOral lessons, with observation of digital images and commentary of written texts, and, if possible, visits to temporary exhibitions.
Other informationsStudents who cannot attend are invited to contact the teacher at least one month before the exam to agree on the texts of study and to receive any material electronically. In case of failure to register for exams electronically, will be eligible to take the test ONLY those who have , at least three days in advance , contact the teacher in person or sent a text message to mobile phone 349/8395631 or sent message to his email address . No exceptions will be allowed.
Grading rulesOral, consisting of three or four questions, at least one of which will be of general nature on the course and at least two will be related to the analysis and commentary of a literary source and of some works of art, through observation of digital images on your computer.
Full argumentsThe image of Italy and of the Italians in the early Modern age and in the XVIII and XIX centuries, until the beginning of the XX century. Foreign artists travelling to Italy in the XVI and XVII centuries. The Italian Grand Tour in the XVII and XVIII centuries. The impact of Romanticism and the end of the Grand Tour.
Expected learning objectivesA good knowledge of the evolution of the image of Italy through the centuries from the Renaissance to 1915, with regard to the different points of view depending on the countries from which visitors and tourist came from. An ability of telling, with intellectual empathy and human sympathy, the expectations, enthusiasms and disappointments of at least a traveller to Italy during the Modern Age. To examine critically further written sources about Italy and images of Italian towns and landscape between the XVII and the XIX centuries.
Course borrowed fromLETTERE (1722) - LE0181 STORIA DELL'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA - VERCELLI
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CourseCINEMA AND THEATRE CULTURES
Course IDLE0163
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPUSTIANAZ Marco
TeachersPUSTIANAZ Marco, ARIOTTI Sergio Enrico
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0164 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE L-ART/05 - DISCIPLINE DELLO SPETTACOLO PUSTIANAZ Marco
LE0165 CINEMA HISTORY AND CRITICISM A L-ART/06 - CINEMA, FOTOGRAFIA E TELEVISIONE ARIOTTI Sergio Enrico
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CourseLETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE
Course IDLE0164
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPUSTIANAZ Marco
TeachersPUSTIANAZ Marco
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ART/05 - DISCIPLINE DELLO SPETTACOLO
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageEnglish and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO PERFORMANCE STUDIES THROUGH EXAMPLES FROM BRITISH THEATRE AND LIVE ART (1960-2017)
Reference textsBibliography in English for Letteratura inglese specialistica A: Simon Shepherd, The Cambridge Introduction to Performance Theory (Cambridge UP) Palladini - Pustianaz, Lexicon for an Affective Archive (Intellect) Benford-Giannachi, Performing Mixed Reality (MIT Press) Alston, Beyond Immersive Theatre. Aesthetics, Politics and Productive Participation (Palgrave) Bibliography in Italian for Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale: Valentina Valentini, Mondi, corpi, materie. Teatri del secondo Novecento (Bruno Mondadori) Crisafulli, Il teatro dei luoghi. Lo spettacolo generato dalla realtà (Artdigiland) Giuseppe Toscano, Azioni in cornice. Costruzione sociale della Performance Art (Franco Angeli) AAVV, Nuovo teatro inglese : contiene Blasted (Dannati) / di Sarah Kane. Shopping & fucking / di Mark Ravenhill. Mojo / di Jez Butterworth. Attentati alla vita di lei / di Martin Crimp. Il killer Disney / di Philip Ridley (Ubulibri)
Teaching targetsLearn about the general notion of "performance" in its interdisciplinary use in the XX century, especially since the 1960s. Be aware of the differences between theatre and performance, as well as of their increasing contamination in the most recent forms of post-dramatic, participatory, multimedia theatre etc. Learn how to decode the various and interconnected aspects of theatre and performance, both verbal and non-verbal. Learn to apply such knowledge when describing performance events and writing about them in an academic essay. Increase the ability to "see" theatre and performance events with a critical eye, both through their recorded documents and live. Make use of the notion of "affective archive" in order to write a memoir of a live performance. Learn about some of the main examples of British theatre (both artists and companies) and live art since the 1960s.
PrerequisitesEnglish level B2 for MA students taking the module Letteratura inglese A spec. None for the students who have enrolled for Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale.
Didattics MethodsLectures and discussion of recorded video materials.
Other informationsPROGETTO FREE MOVER PER UNA SETTIMANA GRATIS A LONDRA (per ulteriori informazioni rivolgersi al docente) L'iscrizione al modulo di Letteratura inglese specialistica A, a quello di Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale e al modulo integrato di Culture del cinema e dello spettacolo, darà la possibilità a 5 studenti di partecipare, insieme al docente, a un'attività supplementare in mobilità internazionale per la durata di una settimana a Londra (senza costi per lo studente!). Gli studenti saranno scelti dopo un colloquio preliminare (in data da confermare). L’attività in mobilità si svolgerà prevedibilmente nella prima settimana di giugno 2018, in concomitanza con le date di inizio del festival internazionale di teatro LIFT (le date sono da confermare). Saranno inoltre previsti alcuni incontri seminariali presso la Study Room della LADA a Londra, che ospita una delle migliori biblioteche inglesi dedicate al teatro e alla performance contemporanee, e, soprattutto, un ricchissimo archivio audiovisivo di documentazione. Il direttore della LADA, Lois Keidan, ha assicurato la piena collaborazione e disponibilità a ospitare il gruppo di studenti italiani, che potranno anche avere incontri con artisti inglesi in sede. Il resto della settimana prevede la partecipazione al festival LIFT e la visione di almeno uno spettacolo al giorno scelto insieme al docente. Oltre al festival LIFT sarà possibile anche la visione di uno o due spettacoli scelti dalla ricchissima offerta teatrale londinese. Il resto del tempo (in particolare le mattinate) saranno libere per visite alla città. Siti web LADA: www.thisisliveart.co.uk LIFT: www.liftfestival.com) Modalità di verifica Lo studente dovrà scrivere una memoria scritta di ogni spettacolo visto a Londra, secondo le medesime indicazioni per le memorie di teatro del modulo, della lunghezza di 4-5 pagine. Riconoscimento CFU L'attività, supplementare a quella per l'esame del modulo, darà diritto a 2 CFU extranumerari, così come stabilito da decreto rettorale.
Grading rulesThe exam will consist in a written paper (in English for MA students of English, in Italian for the others), length 20.000 characters on a topic agreed upon with the teacher. The essay must be argumentative, complying with the rules and conventions of academic writing, including the use of a selected bibliography (at least two academic sources). These guidelines will be provided by the teacher. The students are allowed up to two chances to rewrite the essay in order to meet the required standard. The oral interview (in Italian or English depending on the type of student) will consist in the discussion of the paper and of the two memoirs (see below). Every student is required to see two live performance agreed upon with the teacher and write a personal memoir (4-5 pages, in Italian) following the guidelines provided. Only for the students who have not attended any lesson, the interview will also involve one general question on the topics of the module. All the materials (text and video) discussed in the module will be either in Italian or in English according to the type of the students (MA students of English or students taking the course in Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale).
Full argumentsThe module offers a basic methodological introduction to theatre and performance studies, focussing on the interdisciplinary notion of "performance". It also presents some samples of theatre and performance produced in Britain since the 1960's in order to discuss in a more practical way the theoretical notions introduced in the first part. Students will have the chance to discuss relevant recorded documentation of British artist and companies. An integrated part of the module is going to see two live performances, agreed upon with the teacher, and the writing of memoirs as a practical instance of a spectatorial "affective archive". The materials will be both in English and Italian, geared to the different type of students attending the module: MA students of Letteratura inglese A Spec. and students taking the module of Letteratura e spettacolo teatrale.
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CourseCINEMA HISTORY AND CRITICISM A
Course IDLE0165
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderARIOTTI Sergio Enrico
TeachersARIOTTI Sergio Enrico
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-ART/06 - CINEMA, FOTOGRAFIA E TELEVISIONE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractCourse devoted to the so-called piano-sequence by Orson Welles today as an excuse for a more general reflection on film history.
Reference textsNotes on Dir, Bertetto P. (a cura di), Introduzione alla storia del cinema, Utet Torino, 2003 Appunti delle lezioni disponibili a fine corso Gavin Millar, Karel Reisz, la tecnica del linguaggio cinematografico, Lindau, Torino 2001
Teaching targetsProvide tools to orient yourself in the history of cinema and propose some approach to film criticism. Starting from the grammar of images.
PrerequisitesReal curiosity for cinema. Going to see movies
Didattics MethodsFrontal lesson with aid of projection.
Grading rulesDiscussions during the course. At oral examination.
Full argumentsThe sequence plan as well as theorized Andre Bazin is a frame that alone plays the role of an entire scene, regardless of the chaining with other shots, or the classic découpage rules. The first director who consciously used the sequence plan (in conjunction with the revaluation of the depth of field) was, perhaps, Orson Welles, in 1941, with Citizen Kane. Subsequently, several directors used this technique, this linguistic form of cinema, more or less durable, giving it greater or lesser importance. For some, it meant to show off pure professional virtuosity, it is the case of Hitchcock in Rope in 1948; for others the inclusion of sequence plans in their films was a stylistic, aesthetic, strong, almost an "ideological" sign. It is true for some authors of Nouvelle Vague and in particular for Godard. It was Nouvelle Vague who studied and conceived practically the radical alterity between the sequence plan and the traditional fitting. A newness just intuited by Neorealism, by Zavattini and De Sica. There have been filmmakers in the history of the piano sequences: for example, the Sokurov of the Russian Armed Forces or, in recent times, Sebastian Schipper, who signed the movie Victoria, a single-plan sequence filmed in one morning. But it's not about them, their acrobatics with the camera, that the course deals, if not sporadically. It rather wants to examine the meaning, the expressive power, of some historical sequence sequences. Ten chapters have been selected, drawn from Welles, Godard, Jankso, Straub, Antonioni, Scola, Anghelopulos, Scorsese, De Palma and Tarantino. All planes sequence of evident artistic value.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to recognize classical editing, dialectical editing, "forbidden editing" (expression by which Bazin referred to the sequence shot) Approaching criticism and film analysis.
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CourseCOMPARATIVE PRIVATE LAW IN TOURISM
Course IDLE0166
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROSSI Piercarlo
TeachersROSSI Piercarlo
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)40
Individual study time 160
SSDIUS/02 - DIRITTO PRIVATO COMPARATO
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Course borrowed toLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0166 DIRITTO PRIVATO COMPARATO DEL TURISMO - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0021
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersROCK James, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0051 LINGUISTICA INGLESE SPECIALISTICA A L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE ROCK James
LE0052 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE FORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
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CourseLINGUISTICA INGLESE SPECIALISTICA A
Course IDLE0051
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderROCK James
TeachersROCK James
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Course borrowed fromLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0051 LINGUISTICA INGLESE SPECIALISTICA A - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDLE0052
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, LERTOLA Jennifer
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
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Gruppo B
Gruppo A
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LACZEK Marcin
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA (BUSINESS ENGLISH)
Reference textsMirella Ravecca, New Travelmate - English for Tourism (Minerva Scuola) ISBN 978-88-298-3662-8. Additional material will be made available on DIR as part of the references for the final exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C2 Level in the Common European Framework. Students will be able to discuss theoretical and practical issue associated with the language of tourism.
PrerequisitesAdequate knowledge of English (level C1 of the Common European Framework).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities, practicals and self-study.
Grading rulesIn the written part of the exam, students will be asked to act as a tourist agency and provide a detailed description of a destination in Italy proposed by the teacher in the form of a task. The written paper will include historical, artistic, eno-gastronomical aspects of the destination, travel and accommodation costs, a program of visits, etc.. The oral part of the exam consists in the description of an international destination chosen by the student. The candidate will prepare a detailed folder that will be presented during the oral discussion.
Full argumentsThe course will offer a thorough analysis of the English language with a specific focus on marketing, business interactions in the touristic industry. Several linguistic aspects related to lexis, grammar, style and structural organization of various types of texts will be discussed during the course (brochures, promotional texts, leaflets, commercial correspondence, etc.)
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersRIDINGER Gayle Mary, FORMENTELLI Maicol, LERTOLA Jennifer
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA (GENERAL ENGLISH)
Reference textsR. Spack, THE INTERNATIONAL STORY: an Anthology with Guidelines for Reading and Writing about Fiction, student’s book, Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-52165797-6. C. Taylor, LANGUAGE TO LANGUAGE, A Practical and Theoretical Guide for Italian/English Translators, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-10: 0521597234 or more recently ISBN-13: 9780521597234. Handouts on literary translation, journalistic translation and style, and other will be available on DIR for students to download. This material is part of the course and has to be prepared by students for the exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C2 Level in the Common European Framework. Students will be able to discuss theoretical and practical issue associated with the translation of literary texts from italian into English and vice versa. They will be able to write complex interpretative essays with special attention to the logic structuring of ideas, cohesion and coherence of the text.
PrerequisitesAdequate knowledge of English (level C1 of the Common European Framework).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities, practicals and self-study.
Grading rulesTranslation (ITA-ENG; ENG-ITA); interpretative essay; oral discussion.
Full argumentsThe programme is divided into two parts: 1- Theoretical and practical aspects of literary translation and journalistic translation; 2- Structural and stylitics aspects of texts for the writing of interpretative essays.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0052 LINGUA INGLESE ESERCITAZIONI SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1200
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0045 ENGLISH LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE FORMENTELLI Maicol
LE0040 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR L-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE FORMENTELLI Maicol, DELLA CHIARA Sandra, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
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CourseENGLISH LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0045
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersFORMENTELLI Maicol
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractDISCOVERING CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH: MORPHO-SYNTACTIC AND LEXICAL ASPECTS
Reference textsJackson, Howard - Ze Amvela, Etienne (2007) Words, meaning and vocabulary: an introduction to modern English lexicology. 2nd Edition. London, New York: Cassell. ISBN: 9780826490186. Gramley S & Patzold (2004) A survey of modern English. 2nd Edition. London: Routledge. (SELECTED CHAPTERS). D. Biber, S. Conrad, G. Leech: Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English, Harlow: Pearson Education, 2002 (ISBN 9780582237261). S. Conrad, D. Biber, G. Leech: Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English Workbook, Harlow: Pearson Education, 2002 (978-0582539426). Douglas Biber and Susan Conrad (2009) Register, Genre, and Style. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press (SELECTED CHAPTERS). Further references will be given in class and will be available on DIR.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students should be able to apply the specific terminology, analytical tools and notions acquired in class for the analysis of complex written and oral texts belonging to different genres with particular reference to morphology, syntax and semantics.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsLecture, text analysis, audio and video recordings, material on DIR
Grading rulesWritten test Students are asked to answer some open questions on the topics discussed in class and to carry out the linguistic analysis of short English texts. The written test lasts approximately 2 hours.
Full argumentsMoving from the notions of register and genre the course aims to explore some structural aspects of the English language, with a focus on morpho-syntax and lexicon: - Parsing and Part of Speech (POS) identification. - Rules of word formation (derivation, composition, conversion, clipping, blends, acronyms). - Identification and analysis of simple and complex phrases (pre- and post-modification). - Lexical relations (synonymy, antonymy, hyperonimy, hyponymy, meronymy). - The notions of collocation and colligation. Simple and complex lexical units (binomials, idioms, proverbs). - Metaphors. - Aspects of sociolinguistic variation in English.
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0045 LINGUISTICA INGLESE A - VERCELLI
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0040
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin, RIDINGER Gayle Mary
CFU6
Individual study time 38
SSDL-LIN/12 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA INGLESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, FORMENTELLI Maicol, ELLARD Michael, CAVALLARI Dario, LACZEK Marcin
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH)
Reference textsLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH) Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate - Student's book ISBN- 978 1107 680982 Business Benchmark Upper Intermediate - Personal study book ISBN - 978 1107 686601. Language Practice for Advanced 4th Edition Student's Book and MPO with key Pack (new edition 2014) by Michael Vince ISBN - 978-0-230-46381-3 Alice Oshima, Anne Hogue, Linda Butler, WRITING ACADEMIC ENGLISH – LEVEL 4, The Longman Academic Writing Series, Longman. ISBN: 9780131523593. CV writing dispensa. Summary writing dispensa. Additional material will be handed out in class and made available on DIR. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS (highly suggested volumes): Paul Emmerson, BUSINESS VOCABULARY BUILDER - INTERMEDIATE (Second Edition), Macmillan. ISBN-9780230716841. Paul Emmerson, BUSINESS GRAMMAR BUILDER - INTERMEDIATE TO UPPER INTERMEDIATE (Second Edition), Macmillan. ISBN 9780230732544.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B2/C1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities in class, self-study.
Other informationsALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE BOOKS LISTED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE COURSE. (OPTIONAL BOOKS ARE EXCLUDED)
Grading rulesLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (BUSINESS ENGLISH) Reading/comprehension; translation into English; summary writing; listening; oral discussion and job interview presentation. All of the parts of the exam must be passed in the same exam session.
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class. The course also includes the Job Interview Project.
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CourseENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING A SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderFORMENTELLI Maicol
TeachersDELLA CHIARA Sandra, RIDINGER Gayle Mary, FORMENTELLI Maicol
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH)
Reference textsLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH) M. Vince, Language Practice New Edition C1 Student's Book Pack with Macmillan Practice Online and Answer Key. ISBN 9780230463813. A. Mignani, TEN WOMEN, TEN STORIES, book and CD, Cideb. ISBN 978-88-775-4749-1. Dorothy Zemach and Lisa Rumisek, ACADEMIC WRITING: FROM PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, Macmillan, ISBN 978-1-4050-8606-6 G. Dowling, A STUDY OF THE ENGLISH VERB FOR ITALIANS, Supernova (Padova). ISBN:8888548246 or ISBN-13: 9788888548241. G. Ridinger, TRANSLATION TECHNIQUES, Arcipelago Editore (Milano). Ridinger and Baseotto, LISTENING COMPREHENSION PRACTICE, Arcipelago Editore (Milano). CV writing dispensa. Additional materia on paragraph/essay writing, reading comprehension and academic English will be handed out in class and made available on DIR. NON-ATTENDING STUDENTS (additional highly suggested volumes): Clandfield Lindsay, Jeffries Amanda, McAvoy J., Pickering Kate, Benne Robb, GLOBAL: UPPER-INTERMEDIATE - Student’s book + workbook + Ebook, Macmillan. ISBN 9780230441156.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at B2/C1 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesStudents must have passed the 1st year exam (Lingua inglese esercitazioni I anno).
Didattics MethodsTeaching in class, group activities in class, self-study.
Other informationsALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE BOOKS LISTED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE COURSE. (OPTIONAL BOOKS ARE EXCLUDED)
Grading rulesLINGUA INGLESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO (GENERAL ENGLISH) Reading/comprehension; translation into English; paragraph writing; listening/comprehension; oral discussion and CV presentation. All of the parts of the exam must be passed in the same exam session.
Full argumentsThe course is based on the material contained in the texts listed in the bibliography and on the extra material handed out in class. The course also includes the Job Interview Project.
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CourseENGLISH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0528
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
TeachersPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractEnglish Romantic Drama
Reference textsThe Broadview Anthology of Romantic Drama, J. N. Cox (ed.), Broadview Press, 2003 T. A. Hoagwood e Daniel P. Watkins (a c. di), British Romantic Drama: Historical and Critical Essays, Associated University Presses, London 1998; F. Burwick, Romantic Drama. Acting and Reacting, Cambridge U. P., 2009 L.M. Crisafulli, The Romantic Stage: A Many-Sided Mirror, Rodopi, 2014
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the dramatic output of the Romantic period and of the critical debate about it. Critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts, using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of dramatic texts . Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with. Knowledge of the basic skills of bibliographical research. Ability to write a short essay developing specific aspects of the topics dealt with in class.
PrerequisitesB1 level of English
Didattics MethodsLectures and in-class readings of primary texts
Grading rulesPrior to the oral exam, students are required to write a paper on a topic of their own choice (see the file ‘Miniguida alla stesura del saggio’). The topic must be agreed on with the teacher and the paper must be handed in at least one week before the oral exam. The oral exam (approx. 20 minutes, dates to be found on the Department website) will start with the discussion of the paper and will assess: - the knowledge of the texts/topics/authors covered in class; - the knowledge of the cultural contexts of the primary texts; - the ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions; - the degree of coherence, accuracy and relevance of the student's answers.
Full argumentsUnit 1: The Romantic stage: venues, authors, audiences, taste Unit 2: The genres of Romantic drama: closet drama, historical drama, the Gothic on stage, Romantic Shakespeare unità 3: Byron's drama (Marino Faliero, Sardanapalus) unità 4: Shelley's drama (The Cenci)
Expected learning objectives(KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - Knowledge of the main features of Romantic theatre and drama and of the relevant critical debate. - Critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. (APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts (historical, geographical, political), using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of dramatic texts. - Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate - clearly and effectively - knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with; - ability to write a short essay devoted to specific aspects of the themes dealt with in class; - bibliographical skills.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - LE0164 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0528 LETTERATURA INGLESE B SPECIALISTICA
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
LINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - L1275 LETTERATURA E SPETTACOLO TEATRALE - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0528 LETTERATURA INGLESE B SPECIALISTICA
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0528 LETTERATURA INGLESE B SPECIALISTICA
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CourseENGLISH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0528
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
TeachersPOMARE' DETTO MONTIN Carla
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractRepresentations of WWI in English Literature
Reference textsPaul Fussell, The Great War and Modern Memory, Oxford UP, 1975 Dorothy Goldman, Women Writers and the Great War, Twayne, 1995 Margaret R. Higonnet, Nurses at the Front: Writing the Wounds of the Great War, Northeastern UP, 2001 Alessandra Marzola, Guerra e identità, Carocci, 2005
Teaching targetsKnowledge of the historical background of WWI and of the critical debate about its literary representations. Critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts, using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of the texts considered. Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with. Knowledge of the basic skills of bibliographical research. Ability to write a short essay developing specific aspects of the topics dealt with in class.
PrerequisitesB2 level of English
Didattics MethodsLectures and in-class readings of primary texts
Grading rulesPrior to the oral exam, students are required to write a paper on a topic of their own choice (see the file ‘Miniguida alla stesura del saggio’). The topic must be agreed on with the teacher and the paper must be handed in at least one week before the oral exam. The oral exam (approx. 20 minutes, dates to be found on the Department website) will start with the discussion of the paper and will assess: - the knowledge of the texts/topics/authors covered in class; - the knowledge of the cultural contexts of the primary texts; - the ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate – clearly and effectively – knowledge, information and opinions; - the degree of coherence, accuracy and relevance of the student's answers.
Full argumentsUnit 1: The Great war and modern memory Unit 2: Representations of the front: the War Poets; Richard Aldington, Death of a Hero; Robert Graves, Goodbye to all That; Mary Borden, The Forbidden Zone Unit 3: The home front: Rebecca West, The Return of the Soldier Unit 4: The War Revisited: Pat Barker, The Regeneration Trilogy
Expected learning objectives(KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - knowledge of the history of WWI and of the critical debate about its literary representations. - knowledge of the main literary representations of the Great War - Critical understanding of the texts studied, with specific reference to their linguistic component. (APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING) - Ability to grasp and understand the connections between texts and contexts (historical, geographical, political), using the critical and methodological tools appropriate to the analysis of the texts considered. - Ability to use the appropriate lexicon in English to communicate - clearly and effectively - knowledge, information and opinions related to the topics dealt with; - ability to write a short essay devoted to specific aspects of the themes dealt with in class; - bibliographical skills.
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LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO (A002) - L0528 LETTERATURA INGLESE B SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0528 LETTERATURA INGLESE B SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseFINAL EXAMINATION
Course IDL0346
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2014/2015
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
CFU14
Individual study time 210
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryE - Prova finale e lingua straniera
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
Grading typeFinal judgment
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1198
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
Course ID Course SSD Teachers
LE0043 FRENCH LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence
LE0039 FRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE AUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
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CourseFRENCH LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0043
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Teaching languageItalian, French
AbstractLE LEXIQUE FRANÇAIS: UNE APPROCHE DIACHRONIQUE ET MORPHOLOGIQUE
Reference textsJean-Benoit Nadeau, Julie Barlow,"The story of french", St. Martin's Press, Knopf Canada et Robson Book, 2006.
Teaching targetsIl corso si propone di arricchire il bagaglio lessicale dello studente, permettere un utilizzo più duttile dell’espressione scritta in francese, generare una riflessione sui fenomeni fonologici, nonché consapevolezza dei meccanismi morfologici in atto nella creazione del lessico francese, in una prospettiva sia diacronica sia sincronica.
PrerequisitesSuccessful passing of the exam “Lingua francese esercitazioni I”. B1 level from the Cadre Européen de référence
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exam. The written exam focuses on issues of morphology (tests on 120 points, vote out of 30); the oral exam focuses on critical reading of Chapters 1 and 5 of the essay by Walter H. " Le français dans tous les sens " (cf. bibliography), rating of 30. A compulsory labor will be assigned at the beginning of the course. The final grade is the average of the two tests. Will be available on the DIR detailed information about the modalities of the reviews , as well as examples of written tests .
Full argumentsThe first part of the course describes and explains the mechanism(s) underlying the creation of the French lexicon, while the second one focuses on the phenomena of homography, homophony, homonymy, paronomasia and polysemia, ultimately aiming at enriching the students’ word power and making them more fluent in their use of the French language. The following topics will be addressed: - The phenomenon of “doublets”, that testifies the co-existence of both popular and learned processes in the generation of new words. - The phenomenon of antonomasia. - The formation of combinatorial words, both of folk- and of greek-latin origin - The derivation (prefixation, suffixation, parasynthetic derivatives, zero-derivation nominalization, factive and frequentative verbs). The exemplificative texts will be taken from French songs excerpts from the musical "Notre dame de Paris" by L. Plamodon e R. Cocciante.
Expected learning objectives• conoscenze e comprensione: Conoscere le grandi tappe storiche della creazione e dell'evoluzione del lessico francese. Essere in grado di riflettere su vari fenomeni fonologici e semantici, distinguere i vari meccanismi morfologici in atto nella creazione del lessico francese. • capacità di applicare le conoscenze e la comprensione: Individuare e collocare nella giusta tipologia descrittiva, in un corpus orale o scritto, i fenomeni linguistici analizzati. Dare la definizione dei fenomeni linguistici trattati durante il corso e proporne esempi pertinenti • espressione di giudizi: Essere capace di formulare conclusioni personali riguardo alla creazione e all'evoluzione del lessico francese, anche in una prospettiva comparatista rispetto all'italiano. • abilità nella comunicazione: Essere in grado di presentare in modo sintetico le caratteristiche principali della costruzione e dell'evoluzione del lessico francese, utilizzando nel modo adeguato la terminologia acquisita. • capacità di studio: Leggere in modo autonomo e con senso critico il testo da procurarsi (ved. bibliografia). Usare DIR in modo autonomo e costante. Svolgere gli esercizi di applicazione assegnati durante il corso nonché il lavoro obbligatorio in vista della prova orale.
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0039
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/04 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA FRANCESE
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
Sites and/or partitions
Gruppo A
Gruppo B
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CourseFRENCH LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence, VITRONI Laurence
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractLINGUA FRANCESE ESERCITAZIONI II
Reference textsProsecuzione del manuale adoperato per Lingua francese esercitazioni I: Françoise Bidaud, "La nouvelle grammaire du français pour italophones", Torino, Utet, 2008. Per gli studenti non frequentanti: V. Bazou, C. Brillant, R. Racine, J. Schenker, "Le Nouvel Edito B2", Livre + CD + DVD, Paris, Didier, 2010
Teaching targetsThe objectives are those recommended at B2 Level in the Common European Framework.
PrerequisitesSuccessful passing of the exam “Lingua francese esercitazioni I”. B1 level from the Framework.
Didattics MethodsSeminars with audio-visual aids.
Other informationsThe DIR service will provide detailed programs, instructions for the obligatory work, examples of written tests, and exercise sheets.
Grading rulesSeparate written and oral tests. First written test: grammar test (\30). Only students who have passed the grammar test with at least 18/30 can be admitted the second written test (dictation /10); comprehension and expression /20). The final score of the written test is the average between the two tests. Only students who have obtained an average score of 18/30 can be admitted to the oral test. The oral test is based on the presentation of the obligatory work monitored during the academic year. The additional points associated to the oral test cannot be more than 3.
Full argumentsTraining. Study of morphosyntaxis at level II; Preparation to expression and written- and oral comprehension at level II: Preparation to level II dictation test: Study of idioms;: Coordination of civilization research carried out by each student, as requested for the admission to the oral test.
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Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderAUDEOUD Laurence
TeachersAUDEOUD Laurence
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractVed. Lingua francese esercitazioni II gruppo A
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0039 LINGUA FRANCESE A ESERCITAZIONI II ANNO - VERCELLI
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CourseFRENCH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0698
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMASTROIANNI Michele
TeachersMASTROIANNI Michele
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractHenry Bauchau: the interpretation of the classic myth
Reference textsTexts: H. Bauchau, Oedipe sur la route, Le Méjan, Actes Sud, 1990; H. Bauchau, Antigone, Le Méjan, Actes Sud, 1999; H. Bauchau, Jour après jour. Journal d'Oedipe sur la route (1983-1989), Le Méjan, Actes Sud, 2003. Bibliography: H. Bauchau, L'Écriture à l'écoute, Le Méjan, Actes Sud, 2000; R. Lefort, L'originel dans l'oeuvre d'Henry Bauchau, Paris, Champion, 2007; M. Watthee-Delmotte, Parcours d'Henry Bauchau, Paris, L'Harmattan, 2001; M. Mastroianni, Henry Bauchau teorico: riflessioni metaletterarie tra scrittura, poetica, sogno e psicanalisi, in De l'ordre er de l'aventure, Paris, Hermann, 2014, pp. 441-457; M. Mastroianni, Un écrit inédit d’Henry Bauchau: la ‘traduction’ d’une idée préliminaire pour Œdipe sur la route, «Revue Internationale Henry Bauchau. L’écriture à l’écoute», 4 (2011-2012), pp. 130-146; M.Mastroianni, D’une poétique paradoxale autour d’un insaisissable Protée? Henry Bauchau, écrivain dans le monde, in AA.VV., Henry Bauchau, écrire pour habiter le monde, «Colloque international de l’Université Cergy-Pontoise (8-10 mars 2007)», sous la direction de M. Watthee-Delmotte et C. Mayaux, Saint-Denis, Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, 2009, pp. 325-346.
Teaching targets- Knowledge and understanding of the texts. - Ability to pinpoint the main issues and to develop a critical discussion supported by historical reflections; - In depth analysis and individual and guided bibliographical research.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of French language.
Didattics MethodsLectures. Text analysis. Translation.
Other informationsOther informations will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam in 3 parts: - one question will focus on cultural framing; - one question on theory of literature; - translation and analysis of an excerpt of the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsStudents will have to study the essays indicated in the bibliography, and especially the chapters that will be discussed during the course. In particular, the problems concerning the poetic elaboration of the author.
Expected learning objectivesAbility to frame texts in the cultural context and full reading of the texts in the program.
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0698 LETTERATURA FRANCESE B SPECIALISTICA
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CourseFRENCH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0698
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderCECCHETTI Dario
TeachersCECCHETTI Dario
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/03 - LETTERATURA FRANCESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageFrench
AbstractThis course aims to study in a diachronic perspective the esthetic and poetic evolution of the writing practice upon the body and the illness. The course will focus on the critical analysis of texts showing the evolution of this practice: from the reflection on the body to the philosophy of the physical pain and psychological suffering.
Reference textsÉcriture et anatomie. Médecine, art, littérature, a cura di G. Dotoli, Fasano, Schena Editore, 2004; François Rabelais, Gargantua e Pantagruele, sotto la direzione di L. Sozzi, Milano, Bompiani, 2012; Jean-Baptiste Chassignet, Le Mespris de la vie et consolation contre la mort, Genève, Droz, 1967; Ronsard, Œuvres complètes, édition critique par J. Céard, D. Ménager, M. Simonin, Paris, Gallimard (Édition de la Pléiade), 1993, t. I e II; Molière, Les Fourberies de Scapin. L’Amour médecin. Le médecin malgré lui. Monsieur de Pourceaugnac, Paris, Gallimard (Folio classiques), 1978; Charles Baudelaire, Les Fleurs du Mal, Paris, Gallimard (Poésie), 1996; Henry Bauchau, L’Écriture à l’écoute, essais réunis et présentés par I. Gabolde, Le Méjan, Actes Sud, 2000; Daniel Pennac, Journal d’un corps, Paris, Gallimard, 2012.
Teaching targetsThis course aims to provide an historical and diachronic introduction to the body and illness writing: the esthetic evolution of this writing, from the Renaissance medical-anatomical descriptivism to the 20th century and contemporary reflection on the illness as a complex source of poetic creation.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of the French language.
Didattics MethodsLectures, text analysis, translation.
Other informationsOther information will be provided during the course.
Grading rulesOral exam in 3 parts: one question on the student’s historical and cultural knowledge on the body literature and its evolution from the 16th to the 21th century; one question on poetic aspects of the writing of the body and of the illness (differences among the literary genres); translation and analysis of an excerpt of the texts that will have been studied and analyzed during the course.
Full argumentsStudents will have to study the essays indicated in the bibliography, and especially the chapters that will be discussed during the course, concerning the main landmarks of the evolution of the body and illness writing from the Renaissance anatomic practice to the contemporary philosophical and psychoanalytical-oriented approach.
Expected learning objectivesThe course aims to provide students with a in-depth knowledge of the literature on body, illness and aestethic reflection related to body (from 16th to 20th century), through texts by some of the most important French authors at international level.
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FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0698 LETTERATURA FRANCESE B SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
FILOLOGIA MODERNA, CLASSICA E COMPARATA (1779) - L0698 LETTERATURA FRANCESE B SPECIALISTICA - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1204
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap2
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Modules
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LE0042 GERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, REINHARDT Michaela
LE0046 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0042
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
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Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo B
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersREINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachersAnne Buscha e Szilvia Zita (2008). Begegnungen Deutsch als Fremdsprache B1 Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Anne, Buscha. B-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache, Sprachniveau B1/B2
Teaching targetsAt the end of the course students are able to read, understand and produce texts about different topics. They are able to speak and write with grammatical property and correct terminology. With regard to authentic texts of different typologies and content, students are able to observe and identify different grammatical rules and then to use them in their oral and written production. They get relevant notions about German culture and traditions too, in order to compare them with their own culture.
PrerequisitesIn order to attend the course students must have passed the exam Lingua tedesca esercitazioni I anno.
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises. Reading and comprehension of authentic texts.
Grading rulesWritten and oral exams separated. Written test consisting of two main parts: grammar and text comprehension. Oral exam includes text reading and speaking, with some oral questions about student’s personal experience (hobbies, interests, future plans, past experiences). The skills in understanding text is tested through the written and the oral test. Students should read, comment and summarize texts of different typologies and should answer to questions about the text and about their personal experience. The skills in using the grammar are tested through the written test and the oral one. In the given grammar exercises students should show to know the grammar rules and in the text productions they should demonstrate to be able to use them. The skills in expressing judges is tested through the oral test. Students should express opinions about different issues and should compare their culture with the German one. The skill to study independently is verified in both through the oral and written test.
Full argumentsThe course aims to the acquisition of the grammatical notions according to the B1.2/B2 level. The grammar explanation is followed by exercises, in which students should apply the grammatical rules. A part of the lessons is dedicated to the comprehension of written and oral texts: students should express their thoughts using the correct terminologies and the suitable syntactic structures.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the grammar (B1.2/B2 level)Knowledge of syntactic structures (B1.2/B2 level)Knowledge of the proper terminology Understanding written and oral textsApplying knowledge and understanding: Producing written and oral textsUsing properly grammar rules Making judgements: Making judgements in German about different topics Making judgments about German culture and comparing it with the own cultureCommunication: Using the proper terminology and grammar in written and oral communication Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract grammatical rules with their concrete use in written and oral productions Learning and improving the terminology and the different grammatical issues on his own
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0046
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LINGUISTICS: DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC PERSPECTIVES
Reference textsDi Meola, Claudio (2009). Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni Dipper, Stefanie (2018). Linguistik: eine Einführung (nicht nur) für Germanisten, Romanisten und Anglisten, Berlin: Springer. Dahmen, Silvia (2018). Phonetik, Phonologie und Schrift, Paderborn: Schöningh.Jäger, Agnes (2018). Vergleichskonstruktionen im Deutschen: diachroner Wandel und synchrone Variation, Berlin: de Gruyter.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphs-lexical and syntactic characteristics of German language from a synchronic point of view (linguistic manifestations of contemporary German) as well as from a diachronic perspective (language changes during the centuries). Students should acquire the proper terminology in order to describe the different linguistic phenomena in oral and written texts.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language (B1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons. Explanation of different topics and concrete application through exercises.
Grading rulesWritten test consisting of two main parts: open questions (6-8 questions) and 1/2 exercises. The skills in identifying and describing the main phonetic, morpho-lexical and syntactic traits of German language are tested through the open questions as well as the exercises, in which students have to identify and describe the given structures and different phenomena from a synchronic and diachronic perspective. The skills in expressing judges and comments are tested through the answers to the open questions. Students are requested to comment and compare different phenomena in written and oral productions. The skills in studying in a proper way are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students should show their competence in linking different issues together and demonstrate that they have read and studied the suggested bibliography.
Full argumentsThe first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, phonological, morphological, syntactic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: Knowledge of the main traits of German language Knowledge of the main linguistic theories Knowledge of the main historical periods of German languageApplying knowledge and understanding: Identifying and describing phenomena and structures of GermanMaking judgements: Making judgements about the frequency and the use of phenomena in German Communication: Using the proper scientific terminology to describe German language and its characteristics Lifelong learning skills: Joining abstract theories with their concrete application in description of authentic uses in different textsLearning and deepening on his own
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE II
Course IDL1204
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU12
Course typeAttività formativa integrata
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap1
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap1
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageGerman and Italian German and Italian
AbstractCORSO DI TEDESCO GENERALE, LIVELLO B2 INTRODUZIONE ALLA LINGUISTICA DEL TEDESCO TRA DIACRONIA E SINCRONIA
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers C. Di Meola, Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni 2007 o 2009. D. Mazza (Ed.), La lingua tedesca. Storia e testi. Roma, Carocci, 2013. E. Hentschel / T. Harden, Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2014. Stricker, Stefanie et al. (2016). Sprachhistorisches Arbeitsbuch zur deutschen Gegenwartssprache. Heidelberg: Universitaetsverlag.
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property. The course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic characteristics of German language from a synchronic and diachronic point of view.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language Base knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises Frontal seminar lessons
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature Written test
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture The first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
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LE0042 GERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam, PEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
LE0046 GERMAN LINGUISTICS A L-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA RAVETTO Miriam
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Course IDLE0042
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva, REINHARDT Michaela
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, RAVETTO Miriam, STUECKEL Eva
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo B
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature. The skills in writing, reading, understanding texts and using grammar rules will be tested through the oral and written test: students will be given different kinds of texts, which they have to read, understand. Students have to answer the questions about the given texts using a proper grammar. The skills in expressing comments are tested through the oral test. Here students have to comment German culture, comparing it with the Italian one.
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0042 LINGUA TEDESCA A ESERCITAZIONE II ANNO - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LANGUAGE A TRAINING SECOND YEAR
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersPEEMOLLER Tanja Margot, REINHARDT Michaela, RAVETTO Miriam
Course typeGruppi
Year2
PartitionGruppo A
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractGERMAN LANGUAGE, B2
Reference textsDreyer-Schmitt, Lehr – und Übungsbuch der deutschen Grammatik,Hueber-Verlag - texts given by the teachers
Teaching targetsAt the end of the module students will be able to read, understand and write about different kinds of texts. The will be able to produce sentences with grammatical property.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language
Didattics MethodsFrontal lessons, exercises
Grading rulesWritten and oral separated. Written test consisting of several parts (grammar and comprehension exercises of the text) Oral exam with reading and speaking of a text comment; oral questions of a general nature. The skills in writing, reading, understanding texts and using grammar rules will be tested through the oral and written test: students will be given different kinds of texts, which they have to read, understand. Students have to answer the questions about the given texts using a proper grammar. The skills in expressing comments are tested through the oral test. Here students have to comment German culture, comparing it with the Italian one.
Full argumentsWritten and oral comprehension, grammatical issues, German culture
Course borrowed fromLINGUE STRANIERE MODERNE (1723) - LE0042 LINGUA TEDESCA A ESERCITAZIONE II ANNO - VERCELLI
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CourseGERMAN LINGUISTICS A
Course IDLE0046
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderRAVETTO Miriam
TeachersRAVETTO Miriam
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/14 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA TEDESCA
Course typeModulo di sola Frequenza
Course categoryB - Caratterizzante
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
Teaching languageGerman and Italian
AbstractINTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LINGUISTICS: DIACHRONIC AND SYNCHRONIC PERSPECTIVES
Reference textsC. Di Meola, Introduzione alla linguistica tedesca, Roma, Bulzoni 2007 o 2009. D. Mazza (a cura di), La lingua tedesca. Storia e testi. Roma, Carocci, 2013. E. Hentschel / T. Harden, Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik, Oxford, Peter Lang, 2014. Stricker, Stefanie et al. (2016). - Theisen, Joachim, Kontrastive Linguistik: Eine Einführung, Narr 2016.
Teaching targetsThe course aims to reinforce and develop students' knowledge about the phonetic, morphological, syntactic, lexical and pragmatic characteristics of German language from a synchronic and diachronic point of view.
PrerequisitesBase knowledge of German language (B1 level)
Didattics MethodsFrontal seminar lessons
Grading rulesWritten test, with questions and exercises The skills in identifying and describing the main phonetic, morphological and syntactic traits of German language are tested through questions as well as exercises, in which students have to describe the given structures and phenomena. The skills in expressing judges and comments are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students are requested to comment different phenomena of German languages from a synchronic and diachronic point of view. The skills in studying in a proper way are tested through the answers to the given questions. Students should show their skills in linking different issues together and demonstrate that they can use the given bibliography in a proper way.
Full argumentsThe first part of the course offers an introduction to the phonetic, morphological, syntactic uses of the today's German language. The second part proposes a diachronic description of German with particular attention to the main historical-linguistic phases.
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CourseLITERATURE OF THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0509
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderPACI Francesca Romana
TeachersPACI Francesca Romana
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/10 - LETTERATURA INGLESE
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageEnglish
AbstractJames Joyce, Colonial and Post-Colonial Ireland
Reference textsAshcroft, Griffiths, Tiffin, The Empire Writes Back (passim), London-New York, Routledge, 1989; any later edition. Ashcroft, Griffiths, Tiffin eds., The Postcolonial Studies Reader (passim), London-New York, Routledge, 1995; any later edition. Clare Carroll and Patricia King EDs, Ireland and Postcolonial Theory (passim) Cork, Cork University Press, 2003. Seamus Heany, Station Island, Faber, 1984 (the encounter between Heaney and Joyce). James Joyce, Dubliners (passim); any available edition. – Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man (passim); any edition. – Ulysses (passim); any edition. – Critical Writings (passim); any edition. Edward W. Said, Culture and Imperialism (passim) 1993; Vintage 1994 (or any other edition)
Teaching targetsBy means of a choice of cardinal passages from the works of James Joyce, the most influential writer of the XXth Century, the course aims at providing the students with an outline of the response of part of the literary world to European Colonialism and the forming of Post-colonial countries. Joyce’s focus on the thorny historical position of Ireland, from Irish irredentism to participation in British Colonialism, most interesting and crucial in itself, often appears as a cunning anticipation of future events such as Stormont and even Brexit. The students should be able to read and comment literary texts using the given data, appropriate critical tools, apt lexicon. They should be able to put together different aspects of the cultures involved. They should endeavour to refine their abilities of analysis, synthesis and an adequate proficiency in the written and oral delivering of their research.
PrerequisitesEuropean level B2 or more – to be increased during the course.
Didattics MethodsTeacher-led classes and seminars based on constant interaction and continuous formative assessments.
Grading rulesThe examination is basically divided into two parts: a written and an oral one. For the written part, students are requested to write a paper (it is homework – therefore written at home) on a topic of their choice, providing it is connected with the syllable as developed during lessons. Students will be given a style-sheet containing guiding rules and suggestions on how to write a paper. They should send their paper to the teacher for assessment a few days before the actual date of the exam. The paper itself will be discussed as part of the oral exam. In the following second part of the oral exam the students should demonstrate active knowledge of historical and literary data as expounded during lessons; they should show they know and can discuss the literary passages, by and on Joyce, read and analysed during the course. ________________________________________
Full argumentsClose reading of extended portions of Joyce’s writings concerning the following issues: timeline of Colonial Ireland; from Henry II to Oliver Cromwell; Act of Union, Scotland, 1707; XVIIIth Century; expansion of English Colonialism in the world; Act of Union – Ireland, 1800; Victorian Ireland; Free State; Partition and Northern Ireland; anticipations of Republican Ireland, Sinn Fein, IRA, and of future events such as the already mentioned Stormont and Brexit. Particular attention will be given to Joyce’s stance regarding: languages – Irish Gaelic and English; Education and the school system; Anglican and Catholic Institutions; the literary Anglophone tradition; Joyce’s relationship with G.B. Shaw, Nobel Prize 1925; Joyce’s influence on Samuel Beckett, Nobel Prize 1969, and on other modern and contemporary Irish writers, regarding Colonialism, language, society, the most notable example being Seamus Heaney, 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Expected learning objectivesBy means of the exemplary history of Ireland as a colony, such as it can be derived from Joyce’s literary production, the course aims at providing students with a comprehensive vision of the basic features of colonial policies in Europe; it also aims at making them reasonably proficient in taking their bearings within the history and cultural progress of the attempts of decolonization and building of national identities pursued in the field of literature. Simultaneously, it aims at bringing students to a good competence in the use of critical tools, appropriate lexis and linguistic fluency in order to allow them their application in other literary and cultural researches.
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CourseORGANIZATION AND EVALUATION OF TOURISM PROJECTS
Course IDLE0153
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderEMANUEL Cesare
TeachersEMANUEL Cesare, CERUTTI Stefania
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)48
Individual study time 152
SSDM-GGR/02 - GEOGRAFIA ECONOMICO-POLITICA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractTopics related to geography of tourism, territorial marketing, project design
Reference textsRossi A, Goetz M (2011) Creare offerte turistiche vincenti con Tourist Experience Design, Milano: Hoepli Cerutti S, Cottini A (2014) Territori di montagna e sviluppo locale: progettare con i fondi europei, Domodossola: Ars.Uni.Vco e-book available at: http://www.univco.it/uploads/public/extra/E_book_ediz_ARSUNIVCO_II_2014.pdf
Teaching targetsThe course is intended to provide the tools and methodologies for the design, management, promotion of tourism products and territorial projects. In particular, it focuses on initiatives and actions capable of generating innovation in the supply, appeal in the markets, and ways of acquiring resources (professional, territorial, technological and financial) indispensable.
PrerequisitesNone.
Didattics MethodsThe teaching will be conducted through lectures, held by the teacher or by experts, and through exercises and group discussions.
Grading rulesThe students are provided with two options: presentation of a final report related to the contents of the course or written test on the contents of the texts mentioned above.
Full argumentsThe class is structured in two parts: PART I (Emanuel) • Tourism product, definition and typologies • The components of the tourism product • The imagination, the representations, the concept and the actors of the tourism product • The segmentation of tourism demand • Product as a proposal of experiential value • Tourism product design and active strategies • Product Innovation and Product Management Tools II PART (Cerutti) • European Regional Policy 2014-2020 • The tourism in the European planning • Direct and indirect funds and cross-border programs of EU programming 2014-2020: eligible tourism projects and products • European territorial cooperation • Spatial promotion and marketing tools • Destination Management
Expected learning objectivesExpertise in tourism project design and tourism planning (at the national and the European level)
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CourseSOCIETY, COMMUNICATION, TERRITORY
Course IDLE0144
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBULSEI Gian Luigi
TeachersBULSEI Gian Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)40
Individual study time 160
SSDSPS/08 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI CULTURALI E COMUNICATIVI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractAfter explaining the concepts of communication (social, organizational, public and media communication) and participation (interaction, cooperation, decision) will be deepened the issue of relationship between local identity and territorial organization
Reference textsBATTINO S., LAMPREU S. (2017), Strategie di valorizzazione e promozione in chiave turistica del patrimonio culturale nelle aree interne. Un caso in Sardegna (available on DIR); BULSEI G.L. (2017), Comunicazione e partecipazione di fronte ai rischi ambientali e sociali (available on DIR); BULSEI G.L., PODESTÀ N. (2014), L'ascolto del territorio. Esperienze di democrazia partecipativa, Aracne, Roma; MAZZOLI L. (2017), Il patchwork mediale. Comunicazione e informazione fra media tradizionali e media digitali, Franco Angeli, Milano. STUDENTS THAT WILL NOT ATTEND THE COURSE MUST ALSO TO PREPARE BULSEI G.L. (2012), La società diffusa. Organizzazioni e politiche locali, Carocci, Roma.
Teaching targetsThe main objective of the course is to provide the essential tools to understand and analyze the social and communicative processes at the territorial level and, through the discussion of real cases drawn from both empirical research and daily experience, lead the student toward a critical attitude and reflective on the issues addressed
Prerequisites= =
Didattics Methodslectures and seminarial activities
Other informationsWrite to gianluigi.bulsei@uniupo.it (the teacher receives by appointment)
Grading rulesOral exam, which will consist of an interview of about 30 minutes starting from a topic chosen by the student and with some questions on the whole program, to evaluate understanding (60%) and application (40%) of the knowledge learned, verifying the degree of knowledge of the topics covered and the ability to process the answers using correctly scientific concepts and terms
Full arguments1. Introduction to the course 2. Social interaction and communication 3. Communication and information 4. Interpersonal, organizational, media communication 5. Society 4.0? Digital media 6. Symbolic systems: cultures, religions, communication 7. Faber and the others: are they just little songs? 8. Useful Science: Expertise and Participation 9. Communication in "Adverse Conditions" 10. Environment and Society: Global Scenarios and Local Networks 11. Social Formations and Administered Territories 12. Places and People; 13. Participate in public choices 14. Sustainable mobility: the Trailblazer project 15. Urban policies: an experiment in Novara 16. FEATURE: environmental protection and rural communities 17. The Eternit case: collective drama, social mobilization, institutional action 18. When the Earth Quakes 19. Valorisation and promotion of internal areas 20. Society, communication, territory: from cases to models (final lecture - discussion)
Expected learning objectivesKnowledge and understanding: to learn concepts and methods to analyze the social and communicative processes, with particular attention to the relationship between information and participation in local systems Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: develop critical thinking skills to deepen the interdisciplinary study of issues of social relevance. Autonomy of judgments: being able to critically use the knowledge learned to reflect on the problems and perspectives of local societies Communication skills: to conceptualize and expose your opinions clearly and appropriately Learning ability: to combine the learning of theoretical models with territorial social analysis
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CourseSOCIETY, COMMUNICATION, TERRITORY
Course IDLE0144
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBULSEI Gian Luigi
TeachersBULSEI Gian Luigi
CFU8
Teaching duration (hours)40
Individual study time 160
SSDSPS/08 - SOCIOLOGIA DEI PROCESSI CULTURALI E COMUNICATIVI
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodPrimo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageItalian
AbstractSociety, Communication, Territory In this academic year, students will attend the course combined “COMMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATION” (same program), integrated by a deepening about Territorial Identities and Comunicative Processes
Reference textsBULSEI G.L. (2017), Comunicazione e partecipazione di fronte ai rischi ambientali e sociali (available on D.I.R.) BULSEI G.L., PODESTÀ N. (2014), L'ascolto del territorio. Esperienze di democrazia partecipativa, Aracne, Roma MAZZOLI L. (2017), Il patchwork mediale. Comunicazione e informazione fra media tradizionali e media digitali, Franco Angeli, Milano (nuova edizione) GUARINO F., NARDOCCI C. (2016), Pro Loco. Identità e cultura del territorio, FrancoAngeli, Milano STUDENTS THAT WILL NOT ATTEND THE COURSE MUST EVEN PREPARE THE HANDBOOK AMBROSINI M., SCIOLLA L. (2015), Sociologia, Mondatori, Milano
Teaching targetsStudents will able to: learn and apply concepts and tools to analyze cultural and comunicative processes; use the knowledge learned to think critically about issues of contemporary society and expose their opinions; develop learning skills and to deepen the interdisciplinary study of issues of social relevance
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Didattics Methodslectures and seminarial activities
Other informationsIn the current a.a. students will attend the course combined “COMMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATION” (see program and times), Plus an in-depth module with modes and times to define Write to gianluigi.bulsei@uniupo.it (the teacher receives by appointment)
Grading rulesOral examination, which will consist of an interview starting with a topic chosen by the student and with some questions about the entire program to assess understanding (60%) and application (40%) of the knowledge learned (see objectives)
Full arguments1. Introduction to the course 2. Social interaction and communication 3. Communication and information 4. The Organizational communication 5. The Media communication 6. The digital media 7. The Useful science: expertise and participation 8. Environment, health, communication 9. Communication in "adverse conditions" 10. To take part in public choices 11. Sustainable mobility: the Trailblazer project 12. Urban Policies: an Experiment in Novara 13. P.I.U.M.A: Environmental protection and rural communities 14. The Eternit case: collective drama, social mobilization, institutional action 15. Communication and participation: from cases to models 16/20. Territorial identities and comunicative processes (integrative module)
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0877
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
Year on 3 years didactic roadmap3
Year on 4 years didactic roadmap4
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Reference textsAna Blanco Canales, M.ª Carmen Fernández López, M.ª Jesús Torrens Álvarez, Nuevo Sueña 4, Libro de lalumno, Anaya (2017), ISBN:978-84-698-2796-3 + Nuevo Sueña 4, Cuaderno de ejercicios, Anaya 2017 - ISBN: 978-84-698-2797-0. Materials used during the course: Fernando Fernán-Gómez, El viaje a ninguna parte, Ed. Cátedra (and vision of the film). For the oral exam, students will read the following volumes in their original language: 1) Jorge Luis Borges, Cuentos completos, Debolsillo, Barcelona, 2013 (the stories of the collections: a) Historia Universal de la Infamia (1935); b) Ficciones (1944); c) El Aleph (1949). 2) Gabriel García Márquez, Cien años de soledad, Debolsillo Barcelona, 2014. Students must bring the volumes read with them to the exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C1.2 Level.
PrerequisitesAdvanced language competence level (C1)
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, practicals and self-study. Use of the Dir service
Grading rulesExam test Written part in two days: 1) writing in language (3h) and 2) Italian-Spanish translation (3h), to test the advanced level of expressive skills. In order to overcome the written part, the student must obtain at least 18/30 in both parts (otherwise he will have to re-present himself to the written exam in a subsequent appeal). Oral part: The oral part, (a few days away): interview aimed at assessing comprehension / expression skills, according to the pre-established level, also starting from mandatory readings. - Control of learning in itinere: checks in class and at home on the individual topics covered. Self-study at the Language Center.
Full argumentsReview of the Spanish grammar (syntax) with critical insights. Stylistic improvement of writing expression: language registers (and non-standard varieties), idiomatic expressions, collocations, modismos, refranes); exercises of composition in Spanish and translation from Italian to Spanish (and in reverse). Obligatory reading or viewing of films in original language, also in view of the oral exam.
Expected learning objectivesCan understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. -Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. -Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. -Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
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CourseSPANISH LANGUAGE TRAINING 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0877
Academic Year2018/2019
Year of rule2017/2018
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderBALDISSERA Andrea
TeachersBALDISSERA Andrea
CFU6
Individual study time 54
SSDL-LIN/07 - LINGUA E TRADUZIONE - LINGUA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodAnnuale
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractSPANISH LANGUAGE I 2° LEVEL
Reference textsAna Blanco Canales, M.ª Carmen Fernández López, M.ª Jesús Torrens Álvarez, Nuevo Sueña 4, Libro de lalumno, Anaya (2017), ISBN:978-84-698-2796-3 + Nuevo Sueña 4, Cuaderno de ejercicios, Anaya 2017 - ISBN: 978-84-698-2797-0. Materials used during the course: Fernando Fernán-Gómez, El viaje a ninguna parte, Ed. Cátedra (and vision of the film). For the oral exam, students will read the following volumes in their original language: 1) Jorge Luis Borges, Cuentos completos, Debolsillo, Barcelona, 2013 (the stories of the collections: a) Historia Universal de la Infamia (1935); b) Ficciones (1944); c) El Aleph (1949). 2) Gabriel García Márquez, Cien años de soledad, Debolsillo Barcelona, 2014. Students must bring the volumes read with them to the exam.
Teaching targetsThe aims, objectives and functions are those recommended at C1.2 Level.
PrerequisitesAdvanced language competence level (C1)
Didattics MethodsFace-to-face lessons, practicals and self-study. Use of the Dir service
Grading rulesExam test Written part in two days: 1) writing in language (3h) and 2) Italian-Spanish translation (3h), to test the advanced level of expressive skills. In order to overcome the written part, the student must obtain at least 18/30 in both parts (otherwise he will have to re-present himself to the written exam in a subsequent appeal). Oral part: The oral part, (a few days away): interview aimed at assessing comprehension / expression skills, according to the pre-established level, also starting from mandatory readings. - Control of learning in itinere: checks in class and at home on the individual topics covered. Self-study at the Language Center.
Full argumentsReview of the Spanish grammar (syntax) with critical insights. Stylistic improvement of writing expression: language registers (and non-standard varieties), idiomatic expressions, collocations, modismos, refranes); exercises of composition in Spanish and translation from Italian to Spanish (and in reverse). Obligatory reading or viewing of films in original language, also in view of the oral exam.
Expected learning objectivesCan understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning. -Can express him/herself fluently and spontaneously without much obvious searching for expressions. -Can use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. -Can produce clear, well-structured, detailed text on complex subjects, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
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CourseSPANISH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0508
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2015/2016
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractThe poetry of the Baroque. Góngora and Quevedo
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: • Marín Cepeda, Patricia, En la concha de Venus amarrado, Madrid, Visor Libros, S.L., 2017. • Rivers, Elías L., El soneto español en el Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Akal, 2009. • Rivers, Elías L., Poesía lírica del Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Cátedra, 2008. • Ruiz Pérez, Pedro, Historia de la literatura española. 3. el siglo del arte nuevo 1598-1691, Madrid, Crítica, 2010.
Teaching targetsAnalytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts in Spanish literature. Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence to a given work to the code of the genre and the literary movement to which it belongs. Identification in the text, starting with the analysis of literary techniques, of the structural characteristics that bind it to the previous one and those announcing the next one. Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on the theoretical and practical bases. Knowing how to express literary analysis results with the appropriate terminology. Being able to recognize the characteristics of a literary movement in a text from the analysis of stylistic techniques. Knowing how to articulate the evolution of a literary genre in relation to the propulsive drives of the canon and the external influences of literature.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Spanish literature.
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsIl modulo è mutuato da: • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica I A
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally to the student training on the following topics: • Analytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts of the Spanish literature. • Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. • Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. • Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence of a poetic text to the code of the genre and the literary movement in which it is included.
Full argumentsWe will try to understand the controversy between “conceptismo” and “culteranismo” through reading and analyzing the poems of Góngora and Quevedo. The module consists of 2 parts: A. MONOGRAPHIC COURSE B. INSTITUTIONAL PART Analytical reading and study of the literary and historical context of author of the following works: • Luis de Góngora, Soledades, Madrid, Castalia. • Francisco Delicado, La lozana andaluza, Madrid, Cátedra. • Juan Ruiz (el Arcipreste de Hita), Libro de buen amor, Madrid, Cátedra. • Leandro Fernández de Moratín, El sí de las niñas, Madrid, Cátedra.
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CourseSPANISH LITERATURE B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0508
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2016/2017
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractThe poetry of the Baroque. Góngora and Quevedo
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: • Marín Cepeda, Patricia, En la concha de Venus amarrado, Madrid, Visor Libros, S.L., 2017. • Rivers, Elías L., El soneto español en el Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Akal, 2009. • Rivers, Elías L., Poesía lírica del Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Cátedra, 2008. • Ruiz Pérez, Pedro, Historia de la literatura española. 3. el siglo del arte nuevo 1598-1691, Madrid, Crítica, 2010.
Teaching targetsAnalytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts in Spanish literature. Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence to a given work to the code of the genre and the literary movement to which it belongs. Identification in the text, starting with the analysis of literary techniques, of the structural characteristics that bind it to the previous one and those announcing the next one. Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on the theoretical and practical bases. Knowing how to express literary analysis results with the appropriate terminology. Being able to recognize the characteristics of a literary movement in a text from the analysis of stylistic techniques. Knowing how to articulate the evolution of a literary genre in relation to the propulsive drives of the canon and the external influences of literature.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Spanish literature.
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsIl modulo è mutuato da: • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica I A
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally to the student training on the following topics: • Analytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts of the Spanish literature. • Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. • Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. • Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence of a poetic text to the code of the genre and the literary movement in which it is included.
Full argumentsWe will try to understand the controversy between “conceptismo” and “culteranismo” through reading and analyzing the poems of Góngora and Quevedo. The module consists of 2 parts: A. MONOGRAPHIC COURSE B. INSTITUTIONAL PART Analytical reading and study of the literary and historical context of author of the following works: • Luis de Góngora, Soledades, Madrid, Castalia. • Francisco Delicado, La lozana andaluza, Madrid, Cátedra. • Juan Ruiz (el Arcipreste de Hita), Libro de buen amor, Madrid, Cátedra. • Leandro Fernández de Moratín, El sí de las niñas, Madrid, Cátedra.
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CourseSPANISH LITERATURE I B 2° LEVEL
Course IDL1099
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2014/2015
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)30
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractThe poetry of the Baroque. Góngora and Quevedo
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: • Marín Cepeda, Patricia, En la concha de Venus amarrado, Madrid, Visor Libros, S.L., 2017. • Rivers, Elías L., El soneto español en el Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Akal, 2009. • Rivers, Elías L., Poesía lírica del Siglo de Oro, Madrid, Cátedra, 2008. • Ruiz Pérez, Pedro, Historia de la literatura española. 3. el siglo del arte nuevo 1598-1691, Madrid, Crítica, 2010.
Teaching targetsAnalytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts in Spanish literature. Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence to a given work to the code of the genre and the literary movement to which it belongs. Identification in the text, starting with the analysis of literary techniques, of the structural characteristics that bind it to the previous one and those announcing the next one. Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on the theoretical and practical bases. Knowing how to express literary analysis results with the appropriate terminology. Being able to recognize the characteristics of a literary movement in a text from the analysis of stylistic techniques. Knowing how to articulate the evolution of a literary genre in relation to the propulsive drives of the canon and the external influences of literature.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Spanish literature.
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsIl modulo è mutuato da: • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica I A
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally to the student training on the following topics: • Analytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts of the Spanish literature. • Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. • Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. • Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence of a poetic text to the code of the genre and the literary movement in which it is included.
Full argumentsWe will try to understand the controversy between “conceptismo” and “culteranismo” through reading and analyzing the poems of Góngora and Quevedo. The module consists of 2 parts: A. MONOGRAPHIC COURSE B. INSTITUTIONAL PART Analytical reading and study of the literary and historical context of author of the following works: • Luis de Góngora, Soledades, Madrid, Castalia. • Francisco Delicado, La lozana andaluza, Madrid, Cátedra. • Juan Ruiz (el Arcipreste de Hita), Libro de buen amor, Madrid, Cátedra. • Leandro Fernández de Moratín, El sí de las niñas, Madrid, Cátedra.
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CourseSPANISH LITERATURE SECOND YEAR A 2° LEVEL
Course IDL0702
Academic Year2017/2018
Year of rule2014/2015
DegreeA002 - LINGUE, CULTURE, TURISMO
CurriculumCORSO GENERICO
Teaching leaderMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
TeachersMARTIN MORAN Jose' Manuel
CFU6
Teaching duration (hours)36
Individual study time 120
SSDL-LIN/05 - LETTERATURA SPAGNOLA
Course typeAttività formativa monodisciplinare
Course categoryC - Affine o integrativo
Year2
PeriodSecondo Semestre
SiteVERCELLI
Grading typeFinal grade
Teaching languageSpanish
AbstractThe poetry of the Baroque. Góngora and Quevedo
Reference textsSuggested Bibliography: • Cruz Casado, Antonio, Pasos de un peregrino: estudios sobre don Luis de Góngora y su influencia, Rute, Córdoba, Ánfora Nova, 2009. • Baena, Julio, Quehaceres con Góngora, Newark, Delaware, Juan de la Cuesta, cop. 2011. • Bonilla Cerezo, Rafael, "Soledades" ilustradas: retablo emblemático de Góngora, Salamanca, Delirio, 2013. • Roses, Joaquín, El universo de Góngora: orígenes, textos y representaciones, Córdoba, Diputación de Córdoba, 2014
Teaching targetsAnalytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts in Spanish literature. Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence to a given work to the code of the genre and the literary movement to which it belongs. Identification in the text, starting with the analysis of literary techniques, of the structural characteristics that bind it to the previous one and those announcing the next one. Knowing how to explain and argue their opinion on the theoretical and practical bases. Knowing how to express literary analysis results with the appropriate terminology. Being able to recognize the characteristics of a literary movement in a text from the analysis of stylistic techniques. Knowing how to articulate the evolution of a literary genre in relation to the propulsive drives of the canon and the external influences of literature.
PrerequisitesGood knowledge of Spanish literature.
Didattics MethodsLectures on texts and images Slide shows with text, graphs, diagrams and images
Other informationsIl modulo è mutuato da: • Letteratura Spagnola Specialistica I A
Grading rulesOral examination of about twenty minutes in Italian. At final evaluation will contribute equally to the student training on the following topics: • Analytical reading and historical-literary framing of some texts of the Spanish literature. • Knowledge of literary criticism of Baroque poetry. • Acquiring a method of analyzing a poetic text. • Acquiring the critical ability to assess the adherence of a poetic text to the code of the genre and the literary movement in which it is included.
Full argumentsWe will try to understand the controversy between “conceptismo” and “culteranismo” through reading and analyzing the poems of Góngora and Quevedo. The module consists of 2 parts: A. MONOGRAPHIC COURSE B. INSTITUTIONAL PART Analytical reading and study of the literary and historical context of author of the following works: • Tirso de Molina, El burlador de Sevilla, Madrid, Cátedra. • Mateo Alemán, Guzmán de Alfarache, Madrid, Cátedra. • Luis de Góngora, Soledades, Madrid, Castalia, . • Juan Ruiz (el Arcipreste de Hita), Libro de buen amor, Madrid, Cátedra.
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