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1 Academic regulations for THE BACHELOR S DEGREE IN SPANISH THE FACULTY OF HUMANITIES THE UNIVERSITY OF AARHUS

2 Framework conditions Heading Title Prepared by Effective date Prescribed points Text Bachelor's degree in Spanish (BA in Spanish) The Board of Studies for Language, Literature and Culture The regulations took effect on 1 September 2007 and replace previous regulations for the Bachelor s degree in Spanish. 180 ECTS Edition 2007 Objective of the degree programme Academic competences and qualifications The objective of the Bachelor s degree is to: 1. introduce the student to the scientific disciplines of one or more subject areas, including the theory and methodology of the subject area(s) in question to provide the student with broad academic knowledge and skills; 2. give the student the academic knowledge and necessary theoretical and methodological qualifications to enable the student to independently identify, formulate and solve complex issues associated with the relevant components of the subject area(s), and 3. give the student the necessary basis for entering a profession and qualifying for admission to a Master s degree programme. A Bachelor s degree with a major in Spanish gives the student the following qualifications and skills: Qualifications: Upon completion of the programme, the student will have knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: linguistic proficiency in Spanish (production and understanding in speech and writing) based on theoretical knowledge of the language; awareness of the significance of communication channels, target groups and genres for stylistic level and rhetoric: knowledge of central elements of the history, literature and culture of Spain and Latin America; basic knowledge of linguistic theories and methodologies; basic knowledge of the methodologies of textual analysis and literary theories; basic knowledge of the scientific and epistemological history of theoretic tradition; elementary electronic search for information and source criticism. Competences Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: 2

3 the ability to communicate appropriately and diversely in relation to a given situation where Spanish is spoken; the ability to analyse and interpret texts with respect to their aesthetic, cultural and historical impact; the ability to identify, articulate and analyse complex issues; the ability to apply scientific theories and methodologies to a complex empirical subject matter; the ability to delimit a subject, structure material, view it from different angles and conclude on an ; the ability to work independently and with others in order to build up knowledge, to structure own learning and to solve complex problems within a complex subject matter; the ability to work in an intercultural manner with comparative analysis of phenomena in Spanish and Danish speaking areas; the ability to work in a multidisciplinary manner with linguistic, literary and cultural issues; the ability to relay complex material in a targeted and adequate manner to the target group, in speech as well as in writing. the ability to keep a deadline. Authority The Education Executive Order, Executive Order no. 338 of 6 May 2004 regarding Bachelor s and Master s degree programmes at universities, VTU, see Admission requirements and prerequisites This degree gives access to Transitional regulations Admission to the Bachelor s degree programme in Spanish requires completion of an upper secondary school with at least a C- level in Spanish. The Bachelor s degree in Spanish is sufficient for admission to the Master s degree in Spanish at the University of Aarhus. It is also possible to qualify for admission to a number of other Master s degree programmes through the choice of optional subjects during the third year of the Bachelor s degree programme. An optional subject of 45 ECTS in another humanistic subject taught at upper secondary school qualifies the student for admission to a Master s degree in the optional subject. Students who enrolled in the programme before this time, may be transferred to these regulations according to the provisions below: 1999 regulations 2007 regulations revised August

4 Basic Spanis Literature Spanish Cultural History Spanish-American Cultural History Literature Spanish Cultural History Literature Spanish-American Cultural History Literature Text Analysis Reading Proficiency Written Proficiency and Oral Proficiency Spain after 1800, Latin America after 1800, Spain and Latin America before 1800, Written Proficiency and Oral Proficiency Spain after 1800, Spain and Latin America before 1800, Written Proficiency and Oral Proficiency Latin America after 1800, Spain and Latin America before 1800, Written Proficiency and Oral Proficiency Text Analysis 1 and 2 Translation to and from Spanish Grammar Translation and Intercultural Communication Grammar and Linguistics Philosophy of Science Bachelor s Project Philosophy of Science Bachelor s Project There are no courses under previous academic regulations that 4

5 2. Structure of the degree programme Module Exam title ECTS Term Assessment Evaluation Subject type Spanish Language Reading Proficiency 5 First term Pass/fail Internal without coexaminer Grammar and Linguistics 1 5 Second term Pass/fail Internal without coexaminer Grammar and Linguistics 2 10 Third term Marked 7-point scale External with coexaminer Written Proficiency Oral Proficiency 5 5 Fourth term Fourth term Pass/fail Marked 7-point scale Internal without coexaminer Internal with internal co-examiner Culture, Literature and Text Latin America after First term Marked 7-point scale Internal with internal co-examiner Text Analysis 1: Introduction to Discourse and Picture Analysis 5 First term Pass/fail Internal without coexaminer Text Analysis 2: Introduction to Literary Analysis 10 Second term Marked 7-point scale Internal with internal co-examiner Spain after Second term Marked 7-point scale External with external co-examiner Translation and Intercultural Communication Spain and Latin America before 1800 Translation and Intercultural Communication 10 Third term Pass/fail 10 Second term Marked 7-point scale Internal without coexaminer Internal with internal co-examiner 5

6 Philosophy of Science Elective Courses Philosophy of Science 10 Third term Pass/fail Internal without coexaminer Interdisciplinary Introductory Project Elective Semester Project First term Fourth term Fourth term Pass/fail Marked 7-point scale Marked 7-point scale Internal without coexaminer Internal with internal co-examiner External with external co-examiner Elective Bachelor s Project Bachelor s Project 15 Fifth term Marked 7-point scale External with external co-examiner 6

7 2.1. Guidelines for academic progress The student can only register for the in Grammar and Linguistics 2 after passing the in Grammar and Linguistics 1. The student can only register for the in Semester Project after passing the s in Text Analysis 1 and 2. The student can only register for the in the Bachelor s Project after passing all other s during the first two years of the Bachelor s degree programme Module description Heading Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Text Spanish Language The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: proficiency in reading written Spanish texts; written language proficiency in Spanish; confident and appropriate oral proficiency in Spanish with awareness of different levels of style and genre conventions in spoken Spanish and knowledge of argumentation, presentation, communication and mastery of pronunciation; knowledge of a varied vocabulary that is adapted to the situation and genre at hand, including proficiency in recognising and using idiomatic expressions as well as knowledge of relevant regional, social and cultural differences in Spanish as a global language; conscious choice of channel of communication and awareness of its influence on the language; practical and theoretical knowledge of Spanish phonetics, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics, including insight into humanistic methods of analysis as applied in the area of linguistics. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to communicate appropriately and diversely in relation to a given situation where Spanish is spoken; the ability to identify, analyse and take a stance on complex and/or special issues in the linguistic field, including working methodically with complex material; the ability to analyse and interpret linguistic expressions in Spanish in their geographical, social and cultural context and adopt a critical approach to these expressions; the ability to apply scientific methods of analysis to complex material; the ability to work independently when solving complex issues; the ability to relay complex material in a targeted and adequate manner to the target group, in speech as well as in writing. the ability to work independently and keep deadlines. Courses included Spanish Language consists of the following courses: 7

8 Reading Proficiency Written Proficiency Oral Proficiency Grammar and Linguistics 1 Grammar and Linguistics 2 Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Culture, Literature and Text The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: knowledge of key areas within Latin American literature, culture, history and social conditions based on studied texts; knowledge of key areas within modern Spanish literature, culture, history and social conditions based on studied texts; knowledge of key areas within older Spanish and Latin American history, literature and culture based on studied texts; basic knowledge of methods of discourse analysis and their application; basic knowledge of methods of literature analysis and their application. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to analyse and interpret literary and cultural expressions in Spanish in such a way that the original language is given cultural importance; the ability to analyse and interpret literary and cultural expressions in Spanish as representative of a particular culture and to look at them from a critical perspective; the ability to analyse and interpret literary and cultural expressions in Spanish as historical documents and to look at them from a critical perspective; the ability to apply subject-related methods of text analysis when interpreting literary and cultural expressions; the ability to work in a multidisciplinary manner with linguistic, literary and cultural issues; the ability to search for and find relevant secondary literature in subject-related reference books and databases; the ability to collaborate with others to solve complex issues; the ability to work independently when solving complex issues; the ability to relay complex material in a targeted and adequate manner to the target group, in speech as well as in writing. Courses included Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Culture, Literature and Text consists of the following courses: Latin America after 1800 Spain after 1800 Spain and Latin America before 1800 Text Analysis 1: Introduction to Discourse and Picture Analysis Text Analysis 2: Introduction to Literary Analysis Translation and Intercultural Communication The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: 8

9 competences) the ability to translate correctly into Spanish and into Danish that is free of errors and adapted to the situation and genre; knowledge of the basic structural differences between Spanish and Danish; knowledge of elementary translation and communication theories; the ability to target a translation to a specific target group on the basis of considerations of the applicable context and with the conscious application of stylistic tools. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to use the knowledge of the structural differences in the languages when translating texts in either direction; the ability to work in a conscious and differentiated manner with both languages, applying criteria specific to the genre and relevant for the target group; the ability to work in a multidisciplinary manner by applying knowledge of relevant culture and history in the translation process in order to create a translation that appropriately reflects the culture with due consideration for relevant theory. Courses included Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Translation and Intercultural Communication consists of the following courses: Translation and Intercultural Communication Philosophy of Science The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: knowledge of humanistic theories, traditions and work methods of relevance to the core disciplines within language, literature, culture and history; knowledge of the discussion regarding the scientific nature of the humanities and the relationship between the humanities and science; skills in analysing theoretical texts and evaluating their importance in relation to the humanistic issues that characterise the academic approach to the study of linguistic, literary, cultural and historical topics. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to explain, contemplate and discuss fundamental characteristics of key humanistic issues; the ability to discuss modern concepts about science in relation to their historical and theoretical positions. Courses included Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Philosophy of Science consists of the following courses: Philosophy of Science Elective Courses The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: the ability to delimit a topic suitable for investigation; 9

10 the ability to use the library and its electronic search facilities to procure relevant material; insight into key disciplines, theories and concepts within the subject area; the ability to structure a subject matter, discuss it from different angles and draw a conclusion on the investigation made. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to analyse a text or other empirical material using scientific methodologies; the ability to formulate and communicate complex issues with a focus on specific target groups. the ability to apply subject-related methodologies, including bibliographical reference systems; the ability to keep a deadline; the ability to structure own learning. Courses included Module title Objective (qualifications and competences) Courses included Assignments on Topics of Own Choice consists of the following courses: Interdisciplinary Introductory Project Elective Subject Semester Project Bachelor s Project The student acquires qualifications in the form of knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas: the ability to demarcate a topic and formulate a problem suitable for investigation; the ability to use the library and its electronic search facilities to procure relevant material; insight into key disciplines, theories and concepts relating to the chosen subject area and the ability to contemplate the unique scientific or historical nature of the applied theory; the ability to structure a subject matter, discuss it from different angles and draw a conclusion on the investigation made. Upon completion of the programme, the student will have the following academic and social skills: the ability to analyse a text or other empirical material using scientific methodologies; the ability to apply subject-related methodologies, including bibliographical reference systems; the ability to analyse a text or other empirical material using scientific methodologies; the ability to work in a multidisciplinary manner; the ability to keep a deadline; the ability to structure own learning. The Bachelor s Project module consists of the following courses: Bachelor s Project 1 0

11 2.3. Examinations included in the degree programme Heading Course title Course title Text Reading Proficiency The Objective of the course is to strengthen the student's understanding of modern Spanish texts. demonstrates skills in reading Spanish; is able to read and understand modern Spanish in different types of texts; is able to assess the relevance of different types of information in a text; is able to answer questions regarding the understanding of a given text and summarise the content of the text. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. Spanish Attendance In addition to participation in a minimum of 75 % of the teaching, active participation requires approval of individual and/or group contributions/assignments planned by the teacher. Written Proficiency The Objective of the course is to strengthen the student's proficiency in written Spanish. demonstrates skills in expressing himself/herself correctly in written Spanish; demonstrates skills in expressing himself/herself confidently and appropriately in written Spanish; documents mastery of orthographically, grammatically and stylistically correct standard Spanish; is able to use the essential vocabulary of written Spanish as well as its fundamental forms and constructions; is able to produce different types of texts in accordance with given genre conventions. The students attend classes that are a combination of teacher-controlled lessons, written assignments and student contributions. 1 1

12 Spanish There is a choice of two methods of evaluation: Examination 1: Attendance In addition to participation in a minimum of 75 % of the teaching, active participation requires approval of individual and/or group contributions/assignments planned by the teacher. In addition, the student must submit a portfolio which as a minimum must contain two thirds of the written assignments handed out in class in a reviewed and approved condition. Examination 2: Set individual written ; Danish to Spanish, Spanish to Danish and monolingual Spanish dictionaries permitted, three hours. The student must produce a written text in Spanish based on one or two questions set by the teacher relating to a brief Spanish text. The text produced must be at least four pages long (on the paper handed out, with double line spacing). Course title Oral Proficiency The objective of the course is to strengthen the student's skills in oral Spanish. demonstrates proficiency in speaking Spanish correctly; demonstrates skills in speaking Spanish confidently and appropriately; masters correct pronunciation of sounds both individually and in a context; demonstrates confidence in the use of the basic forms and constructions of the spoken language, and in the core vocabulary. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. Spanish Individual oral with a synopsis; duration 20 minutes including evaluation. Oral with presentation and discussion of a topic which can have formed the subject of an assignment written by the student during the s in Elective subjects or Semester Project. The is based on a synopsis in Spanish of a recommended scope of max. 1-2 pages, which is submitted and approved by the teacher no later than two weeks before the. 1 2

13 Course title Grammar and Linguistics 1 The Objective of the discipline is to develop the student s skills in adopting a theoretical approach to the Spanish language at various levels. The students work with grammar, phonology, morphology and basic syntactic analysis. demonstrates knowledge of Spanish phonetics, morphology and basic syntax; is able to carry out a syntactic analysis of fairly simple sentences; is able to analyse the internal structure of texts; is able to explain different grammatical subjects based on work with a specific text; can give examples of grammatical phenomena based on the submitted text. Teaching in the discipline takes place in the classroom and is a combination of teacher-controlled tuition, possibly with individual and/or group presentations by students. Danish Set individual home assignment, 48 hours. The is a set, individual, written home assignment in Danish of 48 hours' duration. It is based on a modern Spanish text (perhaps an extract of a larger text) and the maximum length is five pages. Course title Grammar and Linguistics 2 The objective of the course is to develop the student s skills in applying a theoretical approach to the Spanish language at various levels. The students mainly work with Spanish verbs (tense, aspect, mood, diathesis, etc.) and syntax in complex sentences. can respond to one or more major grammatical questions to a given text on the basis of literature used in the teaching; is able to carry out a syntactic analysis of complex sentences in Spanish; is able to provide examples of various grammatical phenomena in the given text. The instruction in this discipline takes the form of classroom lessons and is a mixture of teacher-controlled instruction and individual and/or group contributions by students, if relevant. Danish Set individual home assignment, 1 week. 1 3

14 The is a set, individual, written home assignment lasting one week and in Danish. It is based on a modern Spanish text (perhaps an extract of a larger text) and the maximum length is seven standard pages. Course title Latin America after 1800 The Objective of the course is to provide an introduction to key parts of Latin American history, culture and social conditions after year 1800 based on studied texts. During the course, the students study a limited number of literary works and a large body of non-fiction texts. The students interpret the texts and assess the extent to which they are representative of their specific cultural and historical context. At least one of the texts must have been written before 1900 and one text must represent contemporary writing (the last 15 years). At the same time, at least one of the texts must be fiction and one non-fiction. The texts serve to illustrate specific points in history and the course introduces the students to the main historical, cultural and societal characteristics of the period. is able to analyse short Spanish texts that have not been discussed during lessons but relate to the works of one of the studied authors; can place the text in its cultural and historical context; can highlight the text s representative characteristics; is able to analyse a text as it relates to the history of ideas and political and/or cultural contexts. Teaching in the course takes place in the classroom and is a combination of teacher-controlled tuition and group presentations by students. Danish Set written assignment, one week. The assignment is completed in one of the study groups established by the Board of Studies at the beginning of the year or in groups approved by the teacher and the director of studies. The group can choose whether to write the assignment in Danish or Spanish. The scope is max. five pages per student. The assignment must include a presentation of the given text, a description of the cultural and historical perspectives and reference to further material of relevance to the topic that the group independently searched for and identified. The contribution of the individual student must be easily identified. Students who wish to do so can complete the assignment individually, subject to agreement with the Board of Studies. Course title Spain after 1800 The objective of the course is to provide an introduction to key parts of Spanish history, culture and social conditions after year 1800 based on studied texts. During the course, the students study a limited number of literary works and a large body of non-fiction texts. The students interpret the texts and assess the extent to which they are representative of their specific cultural and historical context. At least one of the texts must have 1 been written before 1900 and one text must represent contemporary 4 writing (the last 15 years). Correspondingly, at least one of the texts must be a literary text and at least one must be of a non-literary nature. The

15 literary works and a large body of non-fiction texts. The students interpret the texts and assess the extent to which they are representative of their specific cultural and historical context. At least one of the texts must have been written before 1900 and one text must represent contemporary writing (the last 15 years). Correspondingly, at least one of the texts must be a literary text and at least one must be of a non-literary nature. The texts serve to illustrate specific points in history and the course introduces the students to the main historical, cultural and societal characteristics of the period. is able to describe a brief Spanish text or extract of a text relating to one of the works studied during the course and to place the text in its cultural and historical context; can highlight the text s representative characteristics; is able to analyse a text as it relates to the history of ideas and political and/or cultural contexts. Teaching in the course takes place in the classroom and is a combination of teacher-led tuition and group presentations by students. Danish or Spanish Set oral, all materials allowed, 30 minutes preparation time, 30 minutes including evaluation. For the, the student must submit the chosen syllabus, indicating a minimum of four of the works studied that comply with the requirements described above. Before the the student is issued with a text extract from one of these four works, after which 30 minutes is allowed for preparation. The student begins the with a presentation of the text in Danish or Spanish, at the student s own choice, after which there is a dialogue led by the examiner. The student s presentation may not exceed 15 minutes. Course title Spain and Latin America before 1800 The objective of the discipline is to provide an introduction on the basis of studied texts to key elements of the history, culture and social conditions of Spain and Latin America before 1800, with a focus on placing more recent historical developments in a historical perspective. During the course, the students study a limited number of literary works and a large body of nonfiction texts. The students interpret the texts and assess the extent to which they are representative of their specific cultural and historical context. At least one of the texts must relate to Latin America and one must relate to the Spanish Golden Age ( ). Correspondingly, at least one of the texts must be a literary text and one must be of a non-literary nature. The texts serve to illustrate specific points in history and the course introduces the students to the main historical, cultural and societal characteristics of the period. 1 5

16 Course title is able to analyse a brief Spanish text relating to one of the periods studied in the course; can place the text in its cultural and historical context; can highlight the text s representative characteristics; is able to analyse a text as it relates to the history of ideas and political and/or cultural contexts. Teaching in the discipline takes place in the classroom and is a combination of teacher-led tuition and group presentations with synopses by students. Spanish Individual oral with a synopsis; duration 30 minutes including evaluation. The evaluation is based on an individual oral in Spanish based on a synopsis. The is based on a text extract chosen by the student and a synopsis of a recommended length of max. 1-2 pages. The synopsis must include references to relevant secondary texts that are included in the presentation. Text Analysis 1: Introduction to Discourse and Picture Analysis The objective of the course is to give the student some basic methodological tools to analyse different forms of cultural expressions, including visual expressions and discursive practice. The course provides an introduction to picture analysis and to some key discourse analysis concepts that are applied to select pictures and texts. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. is able to describe a picture or a brief Spanish text; is able to analyse the picture/text as a visual symbol or a discursive practice; is able to describe the object analysed with regard to form and genre; is able to perform an analysis using key theoretical concepts; is able to place the text or picture in its social and historical context. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. During the term, the students submit a number of written group assignments that Objective at applying the studied concepts in practical text analysis. Danish Attendance with active participation. Active participation includes attendance at a minimum of 75 % of the teaching as well as submission and approval of at least two out of the three written assignments in Danish. 1 6

17 written assignments in Danish. Course title Course title Text Analysis 2: Introduction to Literary Analysis The Objective of the course is to give the student some basic methodological tools to analyse literary texts presented in their theoretical context. The course introduces key concepts from different literary traditions that are applied to select texts. The emphasis is on studying the correlation between the idioms used and the special cultural characteristics of the period. During the term, the students submit a number of written assignments that Objective at applying the studied concepts in practical text analysis. is able to describe a brief Spanish text (a poem, a short story, an extract of a novel or a scene from a play); is able to describe the text with regard to its form and genre; is able to perform an analysis based on some of the key areas covered by the course. The students attend classes that are a combination of teacher-controlled lessons and discussion of written assignments. Danish or Spanish Set written assignment, one week. The consists of a written home assignment of 8-10 pages in Danish or Spanish, according to the student s choice. The can consist of a group assignment in which case the scope is 8-10 pages per student. The can be passed by the students as a group but an assessment of the contribution by the individual student, except for the introduction and the conclusion, must be possible. Translation and Intercultural Communication The objective of the discipline is to prepare the student for the role of communicator of culture in the context of translation practice. The work involves translation from Spanish into Danish and from Danish into Spanish of various kinds of texts, typically modern, literary fiction or essays and nonfictional prose. Linguistically, the discipline provides an overview over the structural differences between the two languages as well as a practical element. The practical element comprises on the one hand the development of correct Danish usage, including grammar, punctuation and consistency in the choice of genre and style, and on the other hand mastering morphology and syntax in Spanish and practising the use of idiomatic expressions. The course also includes an introduction to basic translation and communication theory. 1 7

18 can translate standard Danish prose into correct Spanish; is able to translate standard Spanish prose into Danish, free from errors and appropriate for the situation and genre in question; displays a comprehensive view of the main structural differences between Danish and Spanish; is able to give reasons for the chosen solutions; considers the strategy selected behind every single translation, based on elementary considerations of translation and communication theory. The instruction takes the form of classroom teaching with written exercises. Danish and Spanish The students can choose between two methods of evaluation: Examination 1: Class attendance and a set, individual home assignment, 48 hours. In addition to attendance in a minimum of 75% of the instruction, the student must submit a portfolio that includes half of the translations completed during the term. Each of the translations is accompanied by comments, in which the student justifies the choices made and discusses them on the basis of his/her knowledge of the structural difference between the two languages and from the perspective of translation theory, culture and communication. The deadline for submission of the portfolio is displayed on notice boards, and the portfolio must achieve the grade of pass. In the the student is given an assignment containing two small pieces of text (maximum 800 characters each) in Spanish and Danish respectively. The involves translating both texts and providing comments to justify the choices made as well as discussing the texts on the basis of the student s knowledge of the structural difference between the two languages and from the perspective of translation theory, culture and communication. Examination 2: Set written under supervision, all materials permitted, five hours. The student is given an assignment containing two pieces of text (maximum 800 characters each) in Spanish and Danish respectively. The involves translating the text and providing comments to justify the translation of specific, underlined passages as well as discussing the texts on the basis of the student s knowledge of the structural difference between the two languages and from the perspective of translation theory, culture and communication. Course title Philosophy of Science The objective of the discipline is to give the student basic knowledge of the most important theories and methodologies that have characterised key subject disciplines as well as knowledge of their historical/epistemological background. 1 8

19 subject disciplines as well as knowledge of their historical/epistemological background. Course title - is able to explain the main differences between different art and social science traditions as regards their perceptions of knowledge and science; - is able to compare different positions and provide examples of their use in subject-related disciplines; - is able to describe a text and evaluate its importance in relation to other theoretical positions based on a given text extract and one or more accompanying questions. The instruction takes the form of exercises in which fundamental theoretical issues are introduced in summary form and subsequently practised in connection with an analysis and discussion of representative text samples. Danish Set, written home assignment, 3 days, 8 pages. The student must explain a theoretical issue on the basis of a given, studied text. The student can choose between two different assignments. Each assignment consists of an extract of a text accompanied by one or more questions. Interdisciplinary Introductory Project The Objective of the course is to introduce the student to the correlation between the different courses in the degree programme. The course is based on the courses in Reading Proficiency, Grammar and Linguistics 1, Translation and Intercultural Communication as well as Latin America after The students work with the same texts during the first six weeks and in that way get an impression of how each course contributes to the understanding of different aspects of the texts. The main part of the course therefore draws on material taught in other courses but supplements it with general considerations applying to all courses in which the degree programme is discussed as a multidisciplinary practice. The course also provides an introduction to literature searches and assignment writing. is able to explain the correlation between the different courses in the degree programme in foreign languages based on work with textual material; demonstrates the ability to search for and find relevant literature. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. Danish 1 9

20 Participation in the teaching, all materials allowed, six weeks. The consists of participation in the teaching. In addition to attendance at 75% of the lessons, participation also includes submission of a portfolio. After the first six weeks of studies, the student combines completed exercises and notes from other courses in a portfolio and adds a comment in Danish about the way each course contributes to the understanding of different aspects of the studied texts. One of the texts is selected as a subject of literature search and on that basis the student creates a bibliography indicating where the individual works can be found. Course title Course title Elective Subject The objective of the discipline is for the student to supplement the disciplines in the Bachelor s degree programme with studies that either supplement or elaborate on specific aspects or the basic subject. The student can choose a discipline outside the subject area or sit for an in a subject-related topic in which the student has an opportunity for in-depth study of a specific, defined issue relating to one of the subject-related disciplines (language, literature, culture and history). If the student chooses to sit for an that falls under the academic regulations of his/her own field of study, this must take place in connection with instruction offered as part of the Spanish degree programme or at the Institute of Language, Literature and Culture. is able to define a topic relating to the overall theme of the chosen course; is able to formulate a hypothesis suitable for investigation; is able to independently search for secondary literature; is able to structure own investigation; provides clear and convincing arguments for own conclusions. The method of teaching can vary, depending on the course selected. Danish Written assignment on a chosen topic (individual or group exam). The consists of a written home assignment on a chosen topic of no more than 10 pages in Danish. The topic must relate to the subjects covered in the course, be approved by the supervisor and refer to the textbooks used. The can be taken jointly by several students but in such a way the individual student s contribution, with the exception of the introduction and the conclusion, can form the basis of an individual assessment. Semester Project The objective of the Semester Project is to give the student an opportunity for in-depth study of specific aspects of one of the methodological/theoretical components of the literature and culture studies covered by the Spanish degree programme. A more detail-oriented study of a single, specific problem provides a focus on the ability to use the subject s 2 theoretical and methodological tools in relation to empirical material. The 0 Semester Project is completed in connection with the courses offered as Elective subjects by the Board of Studies for Language, Literature and

21 methodological/theoretical components of the literature and culture studies covered by the Spanish degree programme. A more detail-oriented study of a single, specific problem provides a focus on the ability to use the subject s theoretical and methodological tools in relation to empirical material. The Semester Project is completed in connection with the courses offered as Elective subjects by the Board of Studies for Language, Literature and Culture, and can take the form of either a traditional university assignment where the genre is determined by the scientific paper, or of an example of communication to the general public. Course title is able to analyse a defined problem using appropriate theory; is able to structure a subject area, highlight it from various angles and draw conclusions from the completed investigation; is able to independently search for secondary literature; is able to communicate in a targeted manner to a given target group. The students attend classes that are conducted by a teacher and also involve student participation. Danish or Spanish A written home assignment on a topic of own choice. The consists of a written home assignment of 8-10 pages in Danish or Spanish, according to the student s choice. The assignment can be completed in groups and in that case must consist of a maximum of 8-10 pages per student. The topic must be approved by the supervisor and relate to the literature used in the tuition. The can be taken jointly by several students but in such a way that the individual student s contribution, with the exception of the introduction and the conclusion, can form the basis of an individual assessment. Bachelor s Project Before enrolling in the in the Bachelor s Project, the student must have passed all other modules in the Bachelor s degree programme. demonstrates skills in describing, formulating and communicating issues and results in a scientific context; is able to perform analyses using scientific methodology; is able to demonstrate insight into key disciplines, theories and concepts within the subject area; is able to contemplate the theoretical and historical nature of the theories used. The topic, methodology and literature of the project must be agreed with and approved by the supervisor. Danish or Spanish 2 1

22 A written home assignment on a topic of own choice. The subject of the Bachelor s project can be taken from any of the disciplines covered by the degree programme. The project is a home assignment on a topic of own choice of 15 pages in length, written in Danish or Spanish, as chosen by the student. The assignment must be accompanied by a summary not exceeding one page in length. If the assignment is written in Spanish, the summary must be in Danish and vice versa. The summary can affect the final mark awarded. The project must be approved and prepared as agreed with a supervisor. The can be taken jointly by several students but in such a way that the individual student s contribution, with the exception of the introduction and the conclusion, can form the basis of an individual assessment Box diagram timetable for the different courses in the Master s degree programme First term Second term Third term (BA) Fourth term (BA) Fifth term (BA) Reading Proficiency (5 ECTS) Grammar and Linguistics 1 (5 ECTS) Grammar and Linguistics 2 (10 ECTS) Written Proficiency (5 ECTS) Bachelor s Project (15 ECTS) Latin America after 1800 (10 ECTS) Spain after 1800 (10 ECTS) Spain and Latin America before 1800 (10 ECTS) Oral Proficiency (5 ECTS) Text Analysis 1: Introduction to Discourse and Picture Analysis (5 ECTS) Text Analysis 2: Introduction to Literary Analysis (10 ECTS) Philosophy of Science (10 ECTS) Elective Subject (10 ECTS) Interdisciplinary Introductory Project Translation and Intercultural Communication Semester Project (10 ECTS) (5 ECTS) (10 ECTS) 2 2

23 3. Regulations Heading Regulations relating to the 1st year Text The student must sit for the annual s before the end of the first year and the s must be passed before the end of the second year, cf. the executive order on university, Executive Order no. 867 of 19 August 2004 on University Examinations, VTU, sections 22 25, see The following s are part of the first-year s: Reading Proficiency, Grammar and Linguistics 1, Spain after 1800 and Text Analysis 2: Introduction to Literary Analysis Credit and flexibility Registration and deregistration for exams General assessment criteria The Board of Studies can approve credit from Danish or foreign institutions of higher education, cf. the Executive Order on University Examinations, Executive Order no. 867 of 19 August 2004 on university s, VTU, section 35, see Registration for exams is carried out via the students self-service facility, see: For registration and deregistration, as well as procedures, see the university s regulations regarding s at In the evaluation of all written exams, regardless of the language in which the exam is conducted, the student is evaluated on: - spelling and communication skills. Spelling and communication skills can affect the evaluation of the overall performance; - the ability to communicate about academic issues; - the ability to present an academic assignment and comply with formal academic requirements. In the evaluation of all oral exams, regardless of the language in which the exam is conducted, the student is evaluated on his/her ability to: - present academic material and structure an oral presentation. The oral presentation skills can affect the evaluation of the overall performance; - participate in serious academic dialogue. Regulations for major written assignments Opportunity for using personal computers at exams Project-oriented procedures Stipulations regarding the extent of written assignments are stated in the description of the individual study element. A standard page for written submissions consists of 2400 characters (including spaces). To calculate standard pages, both text and notes are included, but not the front page, table of contents and bibliography. Written submissions that do not comply with these stipulations cannot be accepted for assessment. For the university s regulations regarding the use of computers for s, see The possibilities for project-oriented procedures are stated in the description of the individual study element, within the frameworks of the university s rules regarding project-oriented procedures, see 2 3

24 procedures Exemptions Appeals and complaints description of the individual study element, within the frameworks of the university s rules regarding project-oriented procedures, see An exemption is a deviation from the regulations that normally apply for the area in question. Exemption can be granted on the basis of an application sent to the authority that has the power to grant such exemption. An application for exemption must be submitted to the Board of Studies. If another authority has the power to grant exemption, the Board of Studies forwards the application to the appropriate authority (e.g. the dean, rector or ministry). An application for exemption must be made in writing, stating reasons, and submitted as soon as possible. For the application to be processed immediately, it must include a precise account of the regulation from which exemption is sought, and what such exemption is intended to achieve (e.g. permission to use special aids, extension of time, or postponement of time limits). Documentation for the unusual conditions that justify exemption must be enclosed with the application. Normally, no importance will be attached to such conditions, unless they are documented Complaints must be submitted to the Board of Studies. It is a prerequisite for immediate processing that the complaint must be made in writing, stating reasons. The complaint must state both the cause of the complaint and what the complainant expects to achieve. Complaints regarding exams must be submitted no later than 14 days after publication of the exam results, cf. the Executive Order on University Examinations, Executive Order No. 867 of 19 August 2004 on university s, VTU, chapter 8, see On exams The detailed stipulations on how, and to what extent, the student must have attended tuition for the student participation method of evaluation are stated in the individual study element. In the evaluation of all written exams, emphasis will be placed on the extent to which the student is able to communicate about an academic issue and structure an academic assignment including complying with formal academic requirements (references, quotations, etc.). In the evaluation of all oral s, emphasis will be placed on the extent to which the student can present academic material, structure and oral presentation and participate in a constructive academic dialogue. Acts and executive orders on education can be found in the rules and regulations of the university at 2 4

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