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LINGUA INGLESE - LETTORATO

A.A. CFU
2013/2014

Assegnato al Corso di Studio

Lingue e culture straniere (L-11) Lingue per la Didattica, l'Editoria, l'Impresa (LM-37)
Giorno Orario Aula

Note

LETTORATO DI LINGUA INGLESE L-LIN/12
PERIODO: I e II semestre
DURATA: Annuale
Modalità Didattiche: Esercitazioni linguistiche
Corsi di laurea:
• CL1,2,3, CL4, CL5 e LINGUE E CULTURE STRANIERE: Percorso linguistico culturale occidentale (LOC / LIN-OC), Percorso linguistico culturale orientale (LOR / LIN-OR) e Percorso linguistico aziendale (LAZ / LIN-AZ).
• Laurea Magistrale in Lingue per scuole, spettacoli e libri (II anno)
• Laurea Magistrale in Comunicazione interculturale d'impresa (II anno)
• Laurea Magistrale Lingue per la didattica, l'editoria, l'impresa:
- Curriculum Traduzione editoriale e formazione linguistica (TEFLI) (I anno)
- Curriculum Comunicazione interculturale d'impresa (CIDI) (I anno)
Informazioni:
A partire dall'A.A. 2005/06 il lettorato di lingua inglese viene organizzato per livelli di competenza anziché per anno di iscrizione e non si hanno più quindi esercitazioni di lingua per gli studenti del I, II o III anno, ma gruppi individuati secondo il livello di competenza (riconducibili ai livelli del Quadro Comune Europeo).
Prima dell'inizio delle lezioni, alle matricole sarà somministrato un test di lingua che permetterà di stabilire i livelli di competenza linguistica di ciascuno studente. I risultati dei suddetti test permetteranno di costituire delle classi di studio omogenee. In considerazione del fatto che il sistema scolastico italiano assicura un insegnamento diffuso della lingua inglese si richiede alle matricole per tale lingua una conoscenza di partenza che si attesti sul livello A2 del Quadro Comune Europeo (per consultare gli indicatori linguistici per ogni livello Cfr. www.uniurb.it/cla/corsi_di_lingua/quadro_europeo.php). Non sono previsti pertanto corsi intensivi iniziali in lingua inglese e l'eventuale debito formativo dovrà essere colmato dallo studente autonomamente.
Dopo il test di piazzamento, ogni studente sarà inserito in un gruppo adeguato alle sue conoscenze e potrà passare ad un livello superiore previa indicazione del docente e/o superamento dell'esame (relativo al livello frequentato). Si ricorda che per il I anno la prova scritta sarà adeguata al livello B1, per il II anno al livello B2 e per il III al livello C1.
Le prove scritte del corso di laurea magistrale sono equiparabili ai livelli C1 avanzato (I anno) e C2 (II anno).
Per informazioni relative alle modalità d'esame e per eventuali difficoltà nel superamento delle prove scritte rivolgersi a:
Per il CL1, 2, 3 e Percorso occidentale:
I anno: (Carducci / Barzotti) ( Stevenson:in congedo al momento)
II anno: (Dawson / ) Barzotti (Stevenson: in congedo al momento)
III anno: (Carducci / Marchetti)
Per il CL4 e Percorso aziendale:
I anno: (Downey / Cullen)
II anno: (Peterson / Cullen)
III anno: (Ferguson/ Marchetti)
Per il CL5 e Percorso orientale:
I anno: (Williams)
II anno: (Dawson)
III anno: (Zazzeroni)

Per il Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Lingue per Scuole, Spettacoli e Libri / Lingue per la didattica, l'editoria, l'impresa- Curriculum Traduzione editoriale e formazione linguistica (TEFLI)
I anno: (Carducci)
II anno: (Marchetti)
Per il corso di Laurea Magistrale in Comunicazione Interculturale d'Impresa / Lingue per la didattica, l'editoria, l'impresa- Curriculum Comunicazione interculturale d'impresa (CIDI)
I anno: (Ferguson )
II anno: (Ferguson )
INDICAZIONI BIBLIOGRAFICHE

PER CL1, 2, 3 E PERCORSO OCCIDENTALE (LOC / LIN-OC)
LIVELLO B1a (I anno): ( Dott.ssa Elisabetta Zazzeroni, ezazzeroni@yahoo.com & Dott.ssa Patricia Barzotti)
attualmente in congedo: (Dott.ssa Nadia V. Stevenson nadia.stevenson@uniurb.it)
1. Raymond Murphy. (2004). English Grammar in Use Third Edition (with answers), (CD-ROM pack
optional). Cambridge University Press.
2. Stuart Redman. (2003). English Vocabulary in Use (pre-intermediate and intermediate).
Cambridge University Press.
3. Louise Hashemi with Raymond Murphy. (2004). English Grammar in Use Supplementary Exercises (with answers). Cambridge University Press.
4. A reading list of short stories will also be provided by the instructor.
For the B1 class course, students should obtain the 'dispensa' of handouts which will be made available during semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
For the B1 listening course, students should also obtain the 'dispensa' of listening handouts which will be made available during semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Additional materials may be used in class throughout the year. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Further information about the course/reading list will be given in class.
Non-attending students should contact their instructors by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.
LIVELLO B2b (I anno): (Dott.ssa Francesca Carducci, francesca.carducci@uniurb.it & Dott.ssa Juliet Williams, genwill@libero.it)
1. Raymond Murphy, English Grammar in Use, Third Edition (with answers), (CD-ROM pack optional), Cambridge University Press, 2004
Students should obtain the 2013-2014 version of the B2 level 'dispensa' which will be made available at the beginning of semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
A reading list of short stories will also be provided by the CEL.
Additional materials may be used in class. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Further information about the course/reading list will be given in class.
For the B2 listening course, students should obtain the 'dispensa' of handouts which will be made available during semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Non-attending students should contact their teachers by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.


LIVELLO B2c, B2d (II anno): (Dott. Angus Dawson, angusdawson@fastwebnet.it / angus.dawson@uniurb.it & Dott.ssa Patricia Barzotti che sostituisce Dott.ssa Nadia V. Stevenson)
1. Foley M., Hall D. (2003). Advanced Learners' Grammar, a self-study reference & practice book with answers. Pearson Education Ltd (Longman).
2. AA.VV. (a cura di Henderson R. A.) (2003). 'Short Stories' CIDEB Editrice, Genova.
Further information about the course/reading list will be given in class.
Students attending dott.ssa Stevenson's course (in 'aula') should obtain a copy of her 'dispensa' of handouts which will be made available during semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Additional materials may be used in class throughout the year. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Students should also obtain the course guide which will be made available in semester one.
Non-attending students should contact their teachers by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.
LIVELLO C1a (I e II anno): ( Dott.ssa Francesca Carducci, francesca.carducci@uniurb.it)
1. Foley M., Hall D. (2003). Advanced Learners' Grammar, a self-study reference & practice book with answers. Pearson Education Ltd (Longman).
2. Short stories:
1st year students - A reading list of short stories will be provided by the CEL.
2nd year students - AA.VV. (a cura di Henderson R. A.) (2003). 'Short Stories' CIDEB Editrice, Genova.
Students should obtain the 'dispensa' of handouts for their year. This will be made available during semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Further information about the course/reading list will be given in class.
Additional materials may be used in class throughout the year. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Listening lab: During the academic year, listening materials and exercises will be made available. I copy of materials can be obtained at the CLA. Non-attending students are invited to get in touch with Dott. Carducci by email so as to receive information before and during the course.
Non-attending students should contact their teachers by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.
LIVELLO C1b (III anno): (Dott.ssa Francesca Carducci, francesca.carducci@uniurb.it, & Dott.ssa Lorena Marchetti , lorena.marchetti@uniurb.it)
- M. Hewings, Advanced Grammar in Use, Second Edition with answers (Cd-ROM pack optional) Cambridge University Press 2005
Students should obtain the 2013-2014 version of the C1 level 'dispensa' which will be made available at the beginning of semester one. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Additional materials may be used in class. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Further information about the course will be given in class.
Listening lab (Dott.ssa Marchetti)
The coursework will be based on C1 level audio and video recordings. Class discussion will address language and vocabulary, personal opinion, related topics and elaboration of these topics . Participation is an essential part of the
class.
REFERENCE TEXTS:
Additional information and/or dispensa will be used in class. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Non-attending students should contact their teachers by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.
PER CL4 E PERCORSO AZIENDALE (LAZ/LIN-AZ)
LIVELLO B1 (Dott. Patrick Downey, p.downey@uniurb.it, & Dott. Peter L. Cullen, peter.cullen@uniurb.it)
- Downey and Cullen will make a compilation reader available to students.
-Raymond Murphy (2012). English Grammar in Use. Fourth Edition with answers. Cambridge: CUP
-Hashemi L. Murphy R. (2004). English Grammar in Use., Supplementary Exercises with answers. Cambridge: CUP
Dr. Cullen will indicate which text provides the themes for the listening exam.

LIVELLO B2 (Dott Peter L. Cullen, peter.cullen@uniurb.it, & Dott.ssa Deborah Peterson, deborah.peterson@uniurb.it)
-Tonya Trappe and Graham Tullis (2007). Intelligent Business UPPER Intermediate (coursebook and workbook). Longman/Pearson; Dr. Cullen will indicate which text provides the themes for the listening exam.
-Paul Emmerson (2006). Business Grammar Builder. MacMillan

LIVELLO C1 (Dott.ssa Elisabeth Ferguson, betsypontellini@yahoo.com , Dott.ssa Lorena Marchetti, lorena.marchetti@unurb.it)
- Cleary M., Ferguson E., Taylor, J. (2007). Behind Business. Urbino: Editrice Montefeltro
- Power Point presentations and listening material available at ‘materiale didattico' online.
- A C1/C2 level grammar book of your choice: our suggestions are:
David Hall & Mark Foley (2003). Advanced Learner's grammar. Longman
Richard Side & Guy Wellman (2006) Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency. With Key. Longman.
For the translation exam, students will need to have good monolingual and translation dictionaries. We suggest the monolingual Oxford or Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionaries.
Non-attending students should contact their instructors by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information or telephone during office hours (ricevimento). All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.

PER CL5 E PERCORSO ORIENTALE (LOR/LIN-OR)
LIVELLO B1 (I anno): (Dott.ssa Juliet Williams, genwill@libero.it)
-Murphy R. (2004). English Grammar in Use, Third Edition with answers (Cd-ROM pack optional). Cambridge: CUP
-Redman S. (2004). English Vocabulary in Use (pre-intermediate and intermediate). Cambridge: CUP
A collection of handouts and further bibliographical information will be given at the start of the course.
LIVELLO B2a (I anno): (Dott.ssa Juliet Williams, genwill@libero.it)
-Murphy R. (2004). English Grammar in Use (Third edition). Cambridge: CUP
-Redman S. (2004). English Vocabulary in Use (pre-intermediate and intermediate). Cambridge: CUP
-Prodomou L. (2005). Grammar and Vocabulary for First Certificate. Harlow UK: Pearson Education Ltd
-Rossi E. (2008). English: a Language in Transition in a World in Transition - The Future of English as a World Language. Urbino: Editrice Montefeltro
A collection of handouts and further bibliographical information will be given at the start of the course.
LIVELLO B2b (II anno): (Dott. Angus Dawson, angusdawson@fastwebnet.it / angus.dawson@uniurb.it)
-Foley M., Hall D. (2003). Advanced Learners' Grammar, a self-study reference & practice book with answers. Pearson Education Ltd (Longman).
-Prodomou L. (2005). Grammar and Vocabulary for First Certificate (with Key). Harlow UK: Pearson Education Ltd (Longman).
E a scelta, uno dei seguenti testi:
- AA.VV. (a cura di Barrett D.) (1997). Empire Tales. CIDEB Editrice, Genova.
- AA.VV. (a cura di Henderson R. A.) (1998). Four Continents. CIDEB Editrice, Genova.
Further information about the course/reading list will be given in class.
Additional material may be used in class and made available in class or online.
Students should also obtain the course guide which will be made available in semester one.
Non-attending students should contact their teachers by e-mail at the beginning of the course to receive further information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing.
LIVELLO C1a (I e II anno): (Dott. Angus Dawson - angusdawson@fastwebnet.it / angus.dawson@uniurb.it & Dott.ssa Elisabetta Zazzeroni - ezazzeroni@yahoo.com)
-M.Foley & D. Hall (2003). Advanced Learners' Grammar Pearson Education Ltd. [Longman]
-Prodomou L. (2005). Grammar and Vocabulary for First Certificate. Harlow UK: Pearson Education Ltd
-Murphy R. (2004). English Grammar in Use. Third Edition with answers (CD-ROM pack optional). Cambridge: CUP
-Redman S. (2004). English Vocabulary in Use (pre-intermediate and intermediate). Cambridge: CUP
Students attending dott.ssa Zazzeroni's course can choose among one of the following books:
- Golden A. (2005). Memoirs of a Geisha. London: Penguin Books
- Guterson D. (2005). Snow Falling on Cedars. London: Penguin Books
- Shafak E. (2007). The Bastard of Istanbul. London: Penguin Books
- Alsanea R. (2007). Girls of Riyadh. London: Penguin Books
C1a students should obtain the dispensa. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
LIVELLO C1b (III anno): (Dott.ssa Elisabetta Zazzeroni - ezazzeroni@yahoo.com)
-Hewings M. (2005). Advanced Grammar in Use (Second Edition). Cambridge: CUP
-Jordan R.R. (2007). Academic Writing Course. (Third Edition) Longman
-Cleary M. (2005) Ferguson E., Taylor J. (2007). Behind Business. Urbino: Editrice Montefeltro
-Auster P.(2004). Oracle Night. Faber and Faber (distr. London: Penguin Books)
C1b students should obtain the dispensa for their listening course. Information about where to obtain a copy will be given during class and posted on the web.
Some other authentic materials will be made available at the beginning of the academic year.
PER IL CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE - LINGUE PER LA DIDATTICA, L'EDITORIA, L'IMPRESA - CURRICULUM TRADUZIONE EDITORIALE E FORMAZIONE LINGUISTICA (TEFLI)
I anno (Dott.ssa Carducci)
Translation and summary writing skills (Dott.ssa Francesca Carducci, francesca.carducci@uniurb.it)
1. Romana Zacchi, Massimiliano Morini, Manuale di traduzione dall'inglese, Bruno Mondadori 2002 collana campus
Reference grammar text:
Carter R., McCarthy M. (2006) Cambridge Grammar of English (with CD-ROM). Cambridge: CUP
During the academic year, materials and further bibliography will be made available. Non-attending students must get in touch by email with dott.ssa Carducci at the beginning of the course to receive information. All students should remember to use their 'uniurb' e-mail address when writing. Listening and speaking skills: Coursework will focus on oral presentation of information taken from specific audio/video sources. Student presentation (with or without power point) may be included. Participation is an essential part of the class.
PER IL CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE IN LINGUE PER SCUOLE, SPETTACOLI E LIBRI
II anno (Dott.ssa Lorena Marchetti, lorena.marchetti@unurb.it)
The course is in two parts, the first will examine definitions, examples and implications of multimodal texts. Drawing on diverse fields of inquiry, including semiotics, visual grammar, communication studies, media literacy, visual literacy and multi-literacies, to the interpretation of multimodal texts and how these perspectives expand readers' interpretive repertoires. The course focuses on concepts of multimodality, meanings beyond language, socio-cultural domains, and communication. It aims to explore the multimodal and multimedia fields, highlighting distinctions and overlap. Examples include animated texts, kinetic typography and also static texts. The implications, particularly for education, will be discussed. The second part of the course is translating from Italian to English, classwork includes theory and practice , vocabulary expansion and study of syntax and semantics in translation. Each lesson will involve practical examples.

Exams
The WRITTEN exam will also be divided into two parts, one part dedicated to a static text and image, which students interpret using the appropriate meta-language. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of discourse analysis, and interrelation of text and image as well as coherent expression of messages conveyed. The other part dedicated to the translation of a text from Italian to English.
For the ORAL exam, students should prepare a multimodal text of their choice (maximum 1min), in a power point presentation (5-10 slides). Any combination of modes is acceptable, although it should be academically appropriate, and the student will be assessed on his/her ability to interpret the text.
Reference texts
1. "Reading Images The Grammar of Visual Design" Kress G. and Van Leeuwan T. (2006)
2. "Multimodality" Kress G. (2010)
3. "Thinking Italian Translation" Hervey,Higgins,Cragie, Gambarotta (2000)
Extracts from the above will be provided, and other relevant material.

PER IL CORSO DI LAUREA MAGISTRALE LAUREA MAGISTRALE LINGUE PER LA DIDATTICA, L'EDITORIA, L'IMPRESA- CURRICULUM COMUNICAZIONE INTERCULTURALE D'IMPRESA (CIDI)

I anno (Dott.ssa Elizabeth Ferguson, betsypontellini@yahoo.com)
The first year of the English course will have two main focuses: translation and intercultural training. Classwork will involve translation, discussion of the book "Do Not Sleep, there are snakes " by Daniel Everett. , and discussion of films with an intercultural theme, including the Whale Rider Gandhi, Rabbit-Proof fence and The Way. (Do Not Sleep There Are Snakes is available on www.amazon.it, also in the form of an immediately downloadable e-book). All reading and translation work assigned must be prepared on time, BEFORE the class in which it will be discussed.
WRITTEN EXAM - The exam has two parts: a short translation (no more than 350 words in length) and a short composition on an intercultural theme. While students will not be required to use information from Do Not Sleep There Are Snakes
in responding to the essay question (several choices will be given), they are encouraged to read the book before the exam, as it provides numerous examples of intercultural communication that may be of use in responding to the essay question...
ORAL EXAM - Discussion of the book "Do Not Sleep There are Snakes.", the concept of culture shock, and intercultural training. See course blog for ideas and downloadable materials. http://cidi1anno.wordpress.com/
REFERENCE TEXTS:
Do Not Sleep, there are snakes, by Daniel Everett (any edition). N.B.: Per i non frequentanti, può essere utile : -Thinking Italian Translation: a course in translation method: Italian to English by Sandor Hervey, Ian Higgins, Stella Cragie & Patrizia Gambarotta (Routledge, 2000)

COMUNICAZIONE INTERCULTURALE D'IMPRESA
II anno (Dott.ssa Elizabeth Ferguson, betsypontellini@yahoo.com)
The English 2 course is designed to help students take a closer look at the concept of intercultural communication and culture shock. During the course, students will be required to read and discuss "River Town" by Peter Hessler (any edition). Non.attending students will find the text " " useful in preparing presentations. During class, we will be examining how a country's history and geography affect people's behaviour, through reading and video work regarding China, the Amazon Basin, South Africa and other countries. We will also be discussing and working actively on preparing and giving effective presentations. Non-attending students should contact the instructor to discuss and organize their work. Various films that will be watched and discussed during the academic year include: To Catch a Fire, Cry Freedom, Goodbye Bafana, Invictus, The Way.

For the ORAL EXAM, students will be required to prepare a final project.: an intercultural training dossier, which may be presented as either a written report discussed during the oral exam, or as a presentation, given at the oral exam. Students will be given the choice of working in teams to prepare a dossier on living and working in Fuling (People's Republic of China), South Africa (using the books and films provided alongside their own research and reading) or doing individual projects based on their area of language competence, in which case each student will be asked to use the information they have gleaned either from "River Town" or personal studies to prepare a training manual designed to help prepare a new graduate for work either as an Italian language instructor who will be working at the Fuling Teacher's College, or working for a company or organization in the country of their choice. Additional information regarding the types of information to include in the dossier can be found on the class blog. http://cidi2anno.wordpress.com/
WRITTEN EXAM: Students will be required to write an essay on an intercultural theme, using the information gained in their two years of intercultural studies. Students will find the course book and the information on the blog, as well as classwork, useful in developing their essay.

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