GENERAL LINGUISTICS (LABORATORY)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The course of general Linguistics aims
The first part of the course aims to supply to the students the basic instrumentation for a good knowledge of the institutions of the discipline.
The second part, of monographic character, aims for a first pertaining to content and methodological widening, diverged from year to year, of a prominent theme.
Course contents summary
The course, which aims to provide students with the basic concepts for the acquisition of a modern language training, is dedicated mainly as institutional to present and discuss the basic concepts of general linguistics, addressing in parallel nodal points of the discipline (from terminology issues, the communicative aspects, to the main psycho- and socio-linguistic concepts).
It will be given during the lessons.
De Saussure F., Cours de Linguistique générale [CLG], Payot 1916 (in every edition and language); Leroy M., Profilo storico di linguistica moderna, Laterza 2002
Frontal lessons and seminarial activity. The final verification is in 30/30.
Assessment methods and criteria