Dades generals

Curs acadèmic:
2005
Descripció:
Apropament a la realitat sòciocultural de la llengua anglesa Coneixement del costums i tradicions. Anàlisi de materials per utilitzar a l'aula de primària
Crèdits:
4,5
Idioma principal de les classes:
Sense especificar
S’utilitza oralment la llengua anglesa en l'assignatura:
Sense especificar
S’utilitzen documents en llengua anglesa:
Sense especificar

Grups

Grup A

Durada:
Semestral, 2n semestre
Professorat:
DAVID MARTIN ESTRADA LUTTIKHUIZEN

Horaris:

Activitat Horari Aula
Teoria1 dj 15:30-17
Pràctiques d'aula1 dj 15:30-17

Altres Competències

  • An awareness of the linguistic and cultural components of the English language.
  • A general view of the history of the English language.
  • A general view of the social history of English-speaking peoples as they spread all over the world
  • A general view of basic linguistic and literary contributions.

Continguts

1. The Celts and the Romans in the British Isles.

2. The origins of the English language.

3. The Middle Ages.

4. The age of Shakespeare.

5. Religious reformation.

6. Scotland.

7. The Age of Reason.

8. North America.

9. Black English.

10. Cockneys.

11. Australia and New Zealand.

12. Ireland.

13. New Englishes.

14. The future of global English.

Activitats

Tipus d’activitat Hores amb professor Hores sense professor Total
Classes expositives 0 0 0
Classes participatives 0 0 0
Elaboració de treballs 0 0 0
Lectura / comentari de textos 0 0 0
Visionat/audició de documents 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0

Bibliografia

  • Bryson, Bill (1991). Mother tongue, : the English language. London [etc.]: Penguin Books. Catàleg
  • Bryson, Bill (1996). Notes from a small island. London: Black Swan. Catàleg
  • Brogan, Hugh (1986). The Penguin history of the United States of America. London [etc.]: Penguin Books [etc.]. Catàleg
  • Boorstin, Daniel J (1983). The Discoverers. New York: Random House. Catàleg
  • McCrum, Robert, Cran, William, MacNeil, Robert (1992). The Story of english. London [etc.]: Faber and Faber [etc.]. Catàleg
  • Crystal, David (1998). English as a global language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Catàleg
  • Crystal, David (2002). The English language (2nd ed). London [etc.]: Penguin Books. Catàleg
  • The Oxford illustrated history of Ireland (1989). Oxford New York: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • Johnson, Paul 1928 (1998). A History of the american people. London: Phoenix. Catàleg
  • Leith, David (1987). A Social history of English. London [etc.]: Routledge [etc.]. Catàleg
  • Mackie, J. D (1978). A History of Scotland (2nd ed. revised and edited by Bruce Lenman and Geoffrey Parker). London, etc: Penguin Books. Catàleg
  • McDowall, David 1945 (1992). An Illustrated history of Britain. Harlow: Longman. Catàleg
  • The Oxford history of Britain (2001) (Revised ed). Oxford [etc.]: Oxford University Press. Catàleg
  • O'Callaghan, Bryn (1990). An illustrated history of the USA. Harlow, Essex: Longman Group. Catàleg
  • Tomalin, Barry, Stempleski, Susan (1993). Cultural awareness. Oxford [etc.]: Oxford University Press. Catàleg

Avaluació i qualificació

Activitats d'avaluació:

Descripció de l'activitat Avaluació de l'activitat %
Lectures in English Two exams: one for the contents of each part of the course.

Fluency in English is as important as contents in exams.
Reading assingments and discussion Fluency in English is as important as contents in class participation.
Study of authentic material and discussion Fluency in English is as important as contents in class participation.
Two book reports: one on an essay book, the other on a work of fiction. The choice of books must be decided in tutorial meetings Fluency in English is as important as contents in these papers.

Qualificació


(1) Class participation through reading assignments, comments on authentic material, and debates; (2) Two exams: one for each part of the course; and (3) two book reports: one on an essay book, the other on a work of fiction.

The choice of books must be decided in tutorial meetings.

Fluency in English is as important as contents in class participation, exams and papers.

Observacions

This course is especially intended for 2nd and 3rd year students who enjoy reading, and students who are interested in the socio-linguistic orgins of words, expressions, grammar and even spelling.