39976 - Spanish Language (Course and Laboratory) II (GR. A)

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Academic Year 2020/2021

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student must demonstrate the ability to read essays or university texts on social sciences and political sciences in Spanish and to report on or discuss them, using vocabulary and syntaxes corresponding to a level of not less than B1 and, ideally, B2 (according to the Council of Europe Reference Framework). As far as the written language is concerned, the same student must also be able to write and organise a short text, using vocabulary and syntax corresponding at least to level B2.

Course contents

The programme of Lingua Spagnola II foresees the study of Modules C and D of the Debate. El español de la política (San Vicente e Lombardini: 2010); ovvero le unità C1 (La crisis económica y la sociedad española de la Transición), C3 (Vivir en Madrid), C4 (Andalucía: recursos naturales y económicos), C5 (El ingreso en la CE y el desarrollo económico), C2 (La tutela de los más débiles), D2 (Tierras de inmigrantes), D3 (Vivir en Buenos Aires) e D4 (Economía, política e idioma: la visión panhispánica). In addition, they will also develop a link between two issues governing Spanish and Latin American socio-political issues.

Readings/Bibliography

Barbero - Bermejo - San Vicente , Contrastiva. Grammatica della lingua spagnola, Bologna, CLUEB, 2012.

Barbero - San Vicente, Contrastiva. Esercizi di lingua spagnola,  Bologna, CLUEB, 2017.

San Vicente - Lombardini, Debate. El espanol de la política, seconda edizione, Bologna, Clueb, 2010

Teaching methods

See the italian versión.

Assessment methods

The test will be carried out by means of two partial written and one final oral test (for those who attend); a written and one oral test (for those who do not attend).

Frequent

It is strongly recommended to attend at least 65% of the lessons (both the course and the workshop) to ensure the exact scope of the content developed during the course.

The final marks of Spanish Language and Laboratory II will be given by the two written partial marks and the successful candidate in a final oral exam.

During the first part of the course, the contents of the course and the workshop explained during the first part of the course will be checked).

During the second part of the course, the contents of the course and the workshop explained during the second part of the course will be checked).

The partial (first or second) or full rehearsal will take place during the first appeal of the winter session and only during this appeal. Anyone who has not submitted to or passed this recovery will be considered a non-attending student.

Students attending the course will have the opportunity to keep the marks obtained in the partial until the appeal of the following September.

The oral test will be held in the form of a conversation on content and socio-political vocabulary (Debate, modules C and D).

To access the oral exam, students must enrol through ALMAESAMI.

Not frequent

The final marks of the Spanish Language and Laboratory II will be obtained by taking the written test and passing the oral test.

The text is computerized and is divided into two parts: (i) one dedicated to linguistic content (level B1), and (ii) one dedicated to written production (level B1).

A demo of the test can be found in

https://e-cla.unibo.it/course/view.php?id=363

The written test concerns the topics of the complete program of the Spanish Laboratory II. That is to say, for the part dedicated to language, reference will be made to points 2 of the forms (Language content) and for the part of the written production, to points 3 (Communication practice) of the same forms.

Once you have passed the writing you will immediately (in the same appeal) access the oral.

The oral test will be held in the form of a conversation on topics relating to content and socio-political vocabulary (Debate, modules C and D).

To access the oral exam, students must enrol through ALMAESAMI.

Teaching tools

https://e-cla.unibo.it/course/view.php?id=363

Office hours

See the website of Felix San Vicente Santiago