30959 - Polish Language and Linguistics 1

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Quality education Gender equality

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

A1 level according to CEFR

Course contents

The course is divided into a metalinguistic part and a practical part.

The first part consists of a theoretical introduction to some grammatical specificities of Polish language.

The second part aims at the practical acquistion of basic phonetical, morphological and syntactic competences by the student

Readings/Bibliography

Theoretical part:

L. Marinelli, A. Stryjecka, Corso di lingua polacca, Hoepli, Milano 2014

A. Zieliński, G.Bertone, Grammatica polacca: grammatica essenziale, Vallardi, Milano 1996.

Practical part:

I. Stempek, A. Stelmach, S. Dawidek, A. Szymkiewicz, Polski krok po kroku 1, Polish-courses.com

M. Małolepsza, A. Szymkiewicz, Hurra!!! Po polsku 1, Prolog, Kraków 2006, 2 voll.: Podręcznik dla studentów + Zeszyt ćwiczeń

For not-attending Polish native speakers:

A. Dąbrowska, Język polski, Wydawnictwo Dolnośląskie, Wrocław 2005.

A. Markowski, Kultura języka polskiego. Teoria. Zagadnienia leksykalne, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa 2009 (parti scelte da concordare con il docente)

Teaching methods

Lectures, classes, e-learning

Assessment methods

The final exam aims at verifying the acquisition of the four linguistic skills (written and oral comprehension, written and oral production) at the CEFR level indicated in the section of the course programme titled “learning outcomes”.

The exam consists of two parts: a 4-hour written test and an oral interview. All students (included Polish native speakers) have to pass the written exam to access the oral one.

The written test aims at assessing the students' writing skills, both active and passive, whereas the interview has the aim of evaluating their capacity of speaking and oral understanding, as well as the theoretical competences conveyed by the metalinguistic part of the course. Both the test and the interview will base on the topics developed during the classes and on the works indicated in the pogramme bibliography.

In case of Polish-born non-attending students, the exam will base on the specific texts indicated in the programme bibliography.

The final mark will be the average of the marks obtained in the written test and in the oral interview (both for the theoretical and the practical part).

Teaching tools

The e-learning material is represented by the E-LOCAL course of Polish language and culture:

http://e-localcourses.unibo.it

Office hours

See the website of Andrea Ceccherelli