LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE UNIT
deaper knoledge in the discipline, in the context of the descriptors of Dublin still focused for the LT course.
a basic linguistic formation as LT
COURSE CONTENTS SUMMARY
every year different
De Saussure F., "Cours de Linguistique générale" [CLG], Payot 1916 - diacronic part from §193, p. 171 dell'edizione della Laterza a cura di T. De Mauro).
D. Astori, "Quale/i lingua/e per l’Europa? Qualche riflessione fra pianificazione,
creatività e diritti linguistici", Bottega del Libro Libreria Editrice, Parma 2016.
More bibliography will be given during the lessons.
ASSESSMENT METHODS AND CRITERIA
This test is performed with single exam at the end of the course. They are established in both the foreground as to discipline both capacita'discorsive and argumentative student.
For the assessment questions on the different parts of the program are intended to verify:
- The proper critical understanding of the features and the main hubs of discipline and distance covered;
- The ability to collect data and interpret them critically, and formulate judgments and self-motivated on them and on the socio-cultural context in which they occur;
- The ability to develop clear cross paths.
- Clear description, of language, ability to rework content, ability to interdisciplinary links, use of specialized vocabulary, relevant answers than questions.
Sufficiency will be reached in the event of a correct answer to 60% of the questions in respect of the above criteria.
About the distribution of the overall score of the vote, up to 8 points are related to the knowledge of the text of Saussure, up to 8 to the indicated volume, up to 8 to the programme discussed in class; you will earn up to 3 points with an (optional) paper agreed with the teacher during the course, and up to 3 will be gained through the interaction within the classroom activities.
mostly frontal lessons
who never gave al LT examinsation, please contact the teacher before the beginning of the semester
The theme of the course will be Europe and its languages, frrom the different points of view (form lingusitic policies to language creativity).