Language Expert 2
Language and Linguistics
Undergraduate: Level 4
Monday 14 January 2019
Friday 22 March 2019
Requisites for this module
BA RR19 French Studies and Modern Languages,
BA RR20 French Studies and Modern Languages (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA RR90 German Studies and Modern Languages (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA RR9F German Studies and Modern Languages,
BA RR38 Italian Studies and Modern Languages,
BA RR40 Italian Studies and Modern Languages (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA Q140 Language Studies,
BA Q143 Language Studies (4 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA R900 Modern Languages,
BA R999 Modern Languages (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
CERWR900 Modern Languages,
CERXR900 Modern Languages,
DIPXR900MO Modern Languages,
BA R8T7 Modern Languages with Latin American Studies,
BA R8T9 Modern Languages with Latin American Studies (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA RR49 Spanish Studies and Modern Languages,
BA RR50 Spanish Studies and Modern Languages (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
BA R4T7 Spanish Studies with Latin American Studies,
BA RT97 Spanish, Portuguese and Brazilian Studies,
BA RT99 Spanish, Portuguese and Brazilian Studies (5 Years Including Foundation Year),
MLANR990 Modern Languages (Translation)
This module follows on from Language Expert 1 (LA041) and is a designed to equip students with further skills of analysis, academic writing and independent research. The focus in this module is the relationship between language and culture through the analysis of cultural artefacts such as fictional and non-fictional texts, still images and film. Lectures will introduce overarching concepts which will be examined in more details in language-specific practicals. This module is compulsory for students in BA Modern Languages, BA Language Studies and BA French / German / Italian / Portuguese / Spanish Studies and Modern Languages.
The aims of this module are
* to provide students with the tools to analyse cultural artefacts;
* to equip students with wider analytical and critical thinking skills;
* for students to present information, ideas and arguments in a variety of formats with due regard to the target audience;
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There are three weekly contact hours, including a class in English and practical in the language the student has chosen as their major language. Class time is dedicated to the introduction of new concepts and focuses on creating practice opportunities.
Students will be expected to attend all sessions and to complete some relevant practical tasks for each session.
This module does not appear to have a published bibliography.
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Module supervisor and teaching staff
Dr Laetitia Vedrenne, email: email@example.com.
Dr Laetitia Vedrenne, Mrs Daniela Carboni, Dr Beatriz De Paiva, Ms Emma Hopper
Dr Laetitia Vedrenne
Tel: 01206 872114,
Mrs Daniela Carboni, office: 4.324, telephone:01206 874835, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Beatriz De Paiva, office: 4.211, telephone:01206 872236, email: email@example.com
Ms Emma Hopper, office: 4.303, telephone:01206 872191, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Rhian Elisabeth Atkin
Dr Matilde Gallardo Barbarroja
King's College London
Prof Nils Langer
The University of Bristol
Mr David Henri Pascal Tual
The University of Cambridge
Director of the Language Unit
Prof Sonia Cunico
Director of Language Teaching
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Of 74 hours, 54 (73%) hours available to students:
19 hours not recorded due to service coverage or fault;
1 hours not recorded due to opt-out by lecturer(s).
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