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1 SECOND YEAR SPANISH BA 1 Coordinator Dr Kate Quinn Room AM332 Telephone SPANISH SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES, LITERATURES AND CULTURES Top Floor, Arts Millennium Building, NUI, Galway. Telephone: Fax: Website: Schedule of Courses Students are required to take the following modules: Semester 1: Language: All students must register for one of the following language modules: Either: SH226 Spanish Language II A (Ex-Intermediate) (10 ECTS) All students who took Intermediate Spanish in Year 1 should register for this module. Or: SH227 Spanish Language II B (Ex-Beginners) (10 ECTS) All students who took Beginners Spanish in Year 1 should register for this module. Culture: All students* must register for the following culture module: SH232 Hispanic Literature and Culture I (5 ECTS) Semester 2: All students must register for both of the following modules: Language: SH228 Spanish Language II C (10 ECTS) Culture: All students* must register for the following culture module: SH233 Hispanic Literature and Culture II (5 ECTS). *Additional Information for students of the CONNECT programmes: CONNECT students take either SH232 or SH233, but not both. Entry requirements - A pass in First Arts Spanish Language or its equivalent in the case of visiting and exchange students.

2 Individual Course Details 2 Spanish Language IIA SH Ex-Intermediate Lecturers: Dr Pilar Alderete, Dr Kate Quinn. Course description: This course starts at a B1 European language level in order to consolidate the language studies of First Year. Active command of the language is promoted through regular exercises in the written language (2 hours) and translation exercises (1 hour), and through oral (1 hour). Prerequisites: A pass in First Arts Spanish or its equivalent. Min./max. no. of students: No restrictions apply. Teaching and learning methods: Students are encouraged to become more autonomous in their language acquisition. Translation is introduced to promote comparative language awareness. Methods of assessment and examination: Overall assessment is based on coursework evaluation and written examinations. Languages of instruction: Spanish and English. Core texts: Luis Aragonés and Ramón Palencia, Gramatica del uso de español: teoría y práctica Ediciones SM, Madrid J. Corpas et al, Aula Internacional 3, Difusión (2007) AVE material Recommended Texts for Class work: Encinar, A. Uso Intearctivo del Vocabulario, Edelsa Devney Richmond, D. Spanish Verb Tenses, Passport books. Butt & Benjamin A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish Hodder. Additional Information: Students should regularly check Blackboard for updated course information. 10 ECTS credits = A minimum of 200 hours of work. Spanish Language II SH B Ex-Beginners Lecturers: Dr Kate Quinn, Dr Mel Boland, Dr Jennifer Wood. Course description: This course starts at an A2 European language level in order to consolidate the language studies of First Year. Active command of the language is promoted through regular exercises in the written language (2 hours), grammar lecture (1 hour), translation exercises (1 hour), and through oral class (1 hour). Prerequisites: A pass in First Arts Spanish or its equivalent. Min./max. no. of students: No restrictions apply. Teaching and learning methods: Students are encouraged to become more autonomous in their language acquisition. Translation is introduced to promote comparative language awareness. Methods of assessment and examination: Overall assessment is based on coursework evaluation and written examinations. Languages of instruction: Spanish and English. Core texts: Luis Aragonés and Ramón Palencia Gramatica del uso de español: teoría y práctica Ediciones SM, Madrid J. Corpas et al, Aula Internacional 3, Difusión (2007) AVE material

3 Recommended Texts for Class work: Encinar, A. Uso Intearctivo del Vocabulario, Edelsa Devney Richmond, D. Spanish Verb Tenses, Passport books. Butt & Benjamin A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish Hodder. 3 Additional Information: Students must regularly check Blackboard for updated course information. 10 ECTS credits = A minimum of 200 hours of work. Hispanic Literature SH and Culture I Module Coordinator: Dr Mel Boland, Room AM316. Components of this module: A. Core component: Topics in Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture Plus B. Either Introduction to Spanish Poetry and Spanish American Short Stories Or Introduction to Linguistics and Linguistic Analysis A. Core Component Topics in Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture: Taught by Dr Mel Boland. These classes use a short story collection written by Chilean author Isabel Allende as a springboard into the rich, diverse world of Latin American literature and culture. Through a close reading of a selection of stories, we will explore primarily issues of identity and independence and introduce some of the key historical, social and linguistic contexts which have shaped contemporary Latin America. B. Choose either (i) or (ii): (i) Introduction to Spanish Poetry and to Latin American Short Story; Taught by Dr Jennifer Wood. This course will consist of two parts. Part One will introduce students to the work of key members of the Generation of 1898 and Generation of 1927 such as Antonio Machado, Juan Ramón Jiménez, Rafael Alberti and Federico García Lorca, as well as the work of lesser known female participants such as Concha Méndez. It will comprise the analysis of a selection of poetic texts (provided). Part Two will introduce students to the Latin American short story and will comprise a selection of texts from the authors and collections cited below (provided): Juan Rulfo, El llano en llamas ('Nos han dado la tierra' & 'No oyes ladrar los perros') Amparo Dávila, 'El huésped' Set texts: A compilation of texts will be made available to students. or (ii) Introduction to Linguistics and Linguistic Analysis: Taught by Dr Mel Boland What do we mean when we say that we know a language? These introductory classes on the field of linguistics examine the idea of native speaker competence, exploring key areas of analysis such as phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax. Set Text: Keith Allan et al, The English Language & Linguistics Companion (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) N.B. Please note, for students taking two languages, you may take the Linguistics option in

4 one language only. 4 Assessment: Part A: One 2-hour examination. Part B: (i) Spanish-American Short Stories - Continuous Assessment. (ii)for Linguistics there will be an in-class examination which will take place in the final class. Parts A and B carry equal marks. Spanish Language II C SH /5 10 Lecturers: Dr Mel Boland, Dr Kate Quinn, Dr Jennifer Wood. Course description: This course starts at a B1 European Language Level and moves forward to prepare for the Erasmus Year in Spain, for which it would be desirable to achieve a B2. Active command of the language is promoted through regular exercises in the written language (2 hours) and a grammar lecture (1 hour), and through oral (1 hour). There will be additional language laboratory classes designed to help prepare students for Year 3. Min./max. no. of students: No restrictions apply. Teaching and learning methods: Students are encouraged to become more autonomous in their language acquisition. Methods of assessment and examination: Overall assessment is based on coursework evaluation and written examinations. Languages of instruction: Spanish and English. Core texts: J. Corpas et al, Aula Internacional 3, Difusión (2007) Luis Aragonés and Ramón Palencia Gramatica del uso de español: teoría y práctica Ediciones SM, Madrid AVE Hispanic Literature SH and Culture II Coordinator: Professor Bill Richardson, Room AM308. Components of this module: A. Core component: Modern Spanish Literature & Culture Plus B. Either Modern Poetry or Modern Spanish Theatre or Introduction to Sociolinguistics A. Modern Spanish Literature & Culture: Taught by Professor Bill Richardson. This component of the module SH233 examines the culture of 20 th -century Spain, focusing in particular on two important Spanish novels. Each novel is explores not only in terms of its own structure and aesthetic qualities, but also in relation to the historical background in which it is set. This approach enables us to highlight some of the key events in the history of Spain over the last hundred years, and facilitates a reflection on certain crucial issues which are central both to an appreciation of these books and to an understanding of contemporary Spanish society, including such topics as political and economic progress, faith and religion, urbanisation, social class, the role of women in Spain, economic deprivation and the notion of modernity. Set texts: Miguel de Unamuno, San Manuel Bueno, mártir, Cátedra, 1995 [1930]. Miguel Delibes, Los santos inocentes, Santillana 1996 [1981].

5 B. Choose either (i) or (ii) or (iii): 5 (i) Modern Poetry: Taught by Dr Lorna Shaughnessy This part of the module studies poetry written by a major Spanish poet of the twentieth century Federico García Lorca. García Lorca s Romancero gitano was published in 1928 and rapidly established his reputation as a major new talent in both critical circles and among the general public. Its popularity was largely due to the ways in which the poems draw on Andalusian culture, folklore and landscape. Set text: Federico García Lorca Romancero gitano or (ii) Modern Theatre: Taught by Dr Kate Quinn This part of the course studies El tragaluz by Spanish dramatist Antonio Buero Vallejo. We will look at sructure, theme, character and the social and political aspects of this work. Set text: Buero Vallejo El tragaluz or (iii) Introduction to Sociolinguistics: Taught by Dr Mel Boland. NB While not a pre-requisite, it is strongly recommended that only students who have taken Introduction to Linguistics and Linguistic Analysis consider taking this option. The broad aim of these classes is to explore the interrelationship between language and society, to equip students with a broad working knowledge of key issues in contemporary sociolinguistics and to enable students to compare extant sociolinguistic differences between English and other languages. Topics covered in class include the dialect and language dichotomy, language variation, language contact, prestige and politeness. Set text: Peter Stockwell, Sociolinguistics: A Resource Book for Students, 2nd edition (2007). Please note, for students taking two languages, you may take the Sociolinguistics option in one language only. Assessment consists of the following: - One two-hour examination on Modern Spanish Literature & Culture, to take place at the end of the semester. - Continuous assessment for Modern Spanish Theatre and Modern Poetry Parts A and B carry equal marks. DISTRIBUTION OF LANGUAGE MARKS IN SECOND YEAR SH226 Spanish Language II Ex-Intermediate (10 ECTS) and SH227 Spanish Language II Ex- Beginners (10 ECTS) Course component Coursework Examination Total Written Language Oral SH228 Spanish Language II C: 10 ECTS

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