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Learning Objectives, Gain an understanding basic concepts in text linguistics and apply them to the analysis of. texts of different styles, Gain an understanding of theoretical approach to functional styles and apply it to. identification analysis and generation of oral and written texts. Explore the concept of context and its types and the ways in which it affects discourse. and apply to gaining deeper insight into the meaning of texts. Examine the standards and requirements of the academic writing style examine. academic text types dissertation essay paper report etc their structure and. components develop skills in understanding and producing written academic texts. Survey basic concepts in literature as these are integrated into various genres such as. poetry short fiction the novel and drama understand the correlation between textual. standards and literary elements, Examine fundamentals of literary analysis theme plot character symbolism etc and. apply them to analysis of literary texts poetry and fiction. Understand requirements to academic presentations that stem from textual and contextual. standards and requirements practice individual and group presentations on subjects. connected to course topics, Understand the concept of text compression examine different formats of text. compression depending on context and purpose acquire practical skills in text. compression for the purpose of creating academic abstracts executive summaries. elements of academic literature review and plot summaries. Examine the implications of topics under discussion for intercultural communication in. various fields and for teaching foreign languages, Learning Outcomes.
Students will, understand basic concepts in text linguistics and text analysis including standards of. textuality functional styles and genres and the role of context and their implications for. understanding analyzing and generating oral and written texts as well as for intercultural. communication and foreign language learning and teaching. be able to identify understand and analyze texts of different functional styles and genres. be able to read texts closely think critically and respond to texts in their writing oral. assignments, be able to construct effective written and oral argument with thesis supporting ideas. and evidence, be familiar with the requirements of the academic writing style and to academic. presentations including the types structure and elements of academic text. acquire practical skills in writing elements of academic texts. acquire practical skills in making academic presentations. understand the purpose principles and formats of text compression and acquire practical. skills in creating academic abstracts and summaries for literature reviews as well as. literary plot summaries, learn to use different methods of text interpretation and literary analysis. textual considering literary elements used in the text to create meaning. contextual considering elements that are outside the text but which also influence the. writing and perception of texts such as historical cultural and biographical. Course plan, The course is delivered over one academic year in the form of 30 interactive lectures 60.
academic hours Students are expected to devote an equal amount of time to self study. Study topics 60, 1 Course overview Basic concepts Text and discourse 2. 2 Text as a language unit Text as a unit of communication Standards of textuality 6. Implications for analysis Implications for language teaching and language learning. Standards of textuality and plagiarism, 3 Register genre and functional style Audience purpose and content Standards of 4. textuality and their manifestation across texts of different types and genres. 2 Text and meaning Role of the audience Open and closed texts Literary text and the 2. role of the reader Fake news and underlying linguistic mechanisms. 3 Academic text and academic discourse Textual standards in academic texts Text 8. organization and text structure The structure of the academic text intercultural. analysis of student dissertations Text compression in academic context Abstract and. literature review, 4 International standards of academic and professional communication Presentation 6. context and audience Comparative analysis of presentations academic business. TED Writing an academic paper, 5 Skills for making presentations in international academic environment 8. Presentation and defense of an academic project proposal. 6 Literary text and literary analysis Literary genres Literary text and the reader Text 2. and context in literature Literary elements and their interaction Analysis of a short. 7 Plot and plot elements Plot structure dramatic structure or Freytag s pyramid 2. Basic plots in literature and in life Analysis of a short story. 8 Setting its types and elements Setting in literature and beyond Analysis of a short 4. story Writing a response to a literary text, 9 Character Types of character Comparative analysis of short stories 2.
10 Narrative in literature and beyond Narrator Point of view Tone Comparative 4. analysis of short stories, 11 Symbolism Literary symbol Figures of speech Comparative analysis of poems 4. Symbols beyond literature art politics marketing etc. 12 Literary elements and their interaction Overview Fiction and non fiction Is non 2. fiction a literary genre Analysis of non fiction prose samples. 8 Interaction of literary elements Contrastive analysis of literary elements across 6. literary genres Literary analysis of a novella, 1 Jordan R 1999 Academic Writing Course Harlow Pearson Education Limited. 2 Anderson K Maclean J 2006 Study Speaking Cambridge CUP. 3 Campbell C Smith J 2009 English for Academic Study Listening Garnet. 4 Jordan R 1999 Academic Writing Course Harlow Pearson Education Limited. 5 McCormack J Slaight J 2005 Extended Writing and Research Skills Reading Garnet. 6 Oshima A Hogue A 1999 Writing Academic English Harlow P E L. 7 K J Mays The Norton Introduction to Literature Twelfth Edition New York London. W W Norton and Company https filecloude com The Norton Introduct. 0393938913 html, 8 S Thorne Advanced English Language 2008 Pallgrave Macmillan. https storage googleapis com colorado2 gov Mastering Advanced English Language. Sara Thorne pdf, Literary texts for reading an analysis. PLEASE NOTE that one or two of the literary works below may be replaced with other works. depending on students interest and proficiency Such changes will be introduced into this. syllabus and announced in class two or more weeks in advance All literary texts with paragraph. numbered and vocabulary and other notes attached will be made available to students in digital. 1 William Shakespeare Sonnet 116 http www eng poetry ru PoemE php PoemId 731. 2 Margaret Atwood Happy Endings, http www napavalley edu people LYanover Documents English 20123 English 2012.
3 20Margaret 20Atwood 27s 20HappyEndings pdf, 3 Saki Sredni Vashtar http www classicshorts com stories vashtar html. 4 William Gibson The Gernsback Continuum http lib ru GIBSON r contin txt with big. pictures html, 5 Somerset Maugham Louise http lingualeo com ru jungle somerset maugham louise. 6 James Thurber The Catbird Seat, http thereycenter org uploads 3 4 3 2 3432754 thecatbirdseat thurber pdf. 7 Arthur Morrison Behind the Shade, https en wikisource org wiki Tales of mean streets Behind the shade. 8 John Fuller Telephone In The Oxford Book of English Short Stories Ed By A S. Byatt 1998 Oxford New York OUP, 9 http www gbv de dms goettingen 237475154 pdf.
10 Charles Dickens The Child s Story https americanliterature com author charles. dickens short story the childs story, 11 To the Snowdrop By Charlotte Smith. 12 https www poemhunter com poem to the snowdrop, 13 To a Snowdrop By William Wordsworth. 14 https www bartleby com 145 ww469 html, 15 On Seeing a Tuft of Snowdrops in a Storm By William Wordsworth. 16 https www poets org poetsorg poem seeing tuft snowdrops storm. 17 The Snowdrop By Lord Alfred Tennyson, 18 http www yourdailypoem com listpoem jsp poem id 1380. 19 Snowdrop By Ted Hughes, 20 http a poem a day project blogspot com 2015 02 day 948 snowdrop html.
21 Snowdrop By Alice Oswald, 22 http thecelticyear blogspot com 2011 03 snowdrop by alice oswald html. Assessment and Grading, Assessment will be based on the following assignments No examination will be set. Quizzes Modules 1 5 10, Test Standards of Match or supply terms and definitions identify Module 1 10. textuality styles text type and genre of given samples explain. register and genres how textual standards are realized in a given. Individual Three minute oral presentation of an academic Module 2 5. presentations proposal, Group presentations Oral presentation on a topic of study Module 2 5 5. individual or cultural context of a literary text, such as author s biography and literary career.
literary and cultural trends etc, Draft of academic A written draft of a part of project proposal Module 2 15. text including abstract, Written analysis of Written response to a set of questions about the Module 3 10. literary element was a literary element is manifested in a short. Written response to Written analysis of the manifestation and Module 4 20. questions about interaction of two literary elements and the. literary text manner in which they affect theme and. including plot meaning based on a set of questions. Final test Match terms and definitions identify textual Module 5 25. standards elements of text structure literary, elements genre etc in given text samples. compress a text part of text analyze a literary, element in a short text part of text. Attendance Attendance taken at every class meeting Modules 1 5 BONUS. participation and participation noted and marked 5. bonus points 2 excellent 1 adequate 0 inadequate, Presentations these assessment criteria will be comprehensively explained in the course.
of Module 1, STANDARDS Excellent adequate vague or. Cohesion 2 1 0, Coherence 2 1 0, Intentionality 2 1 0. Acceptability 2 1 0, Informativity 2 1 0, Written response to questions on literary element. Marks awarded 3 1 2 0 total, 1 Introduction Clear relevant to Vague but Vague or. analysis demonstrates showing, demonstrates understanding insufficient.
understanding of of story and understanding, story relevant to of the story. analysis and purpose, of analysis, 2 Developme Argument clearly Answers Answers. nt developed all vague missing or, questions adequately argument inadequate. answered weak, 3 Textual Clear and relevant to Insufficient Textual. evidence points being made textual evidence, evidence or inappropriate.
weak support or lacking, being made, 4 Analysis Integrates classroom Little or no Analysis. analysis with original original lacking or, thoughts explains thought contradicts. and interprets rather explanation text, than summarizes and. interpretation, adequate but, weak or vague, 5 Conclusion Flows logically from Does not Contradicts. analysis is strong follow from analysis, and adequate analysis but is and or text or.
adequate is missing, Analysis of literary text, Clarity Relevance Argument Examples Total. Introduction, 2 1 0 2 1 0, element 1 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0. element 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0, Interaction of, lit elements 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0. Conclusion, double 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 X2, 2 clear and relevant 1 vague or incomplete but adequate 0 unclear irrelevant or wrong. All written papers should be spell checked and proofread and they should be written. printed in a clear and appropriate style Inappropriately presented works may be. Cheating and plagiarism are not tolerated and will be penalized. Tests and quizzes assessment and grading will depend on specific tasks all assessment. criteria will be clearly explained orally before the test and set out in test papers. Tests and quizzes will always be open notes open book unless stipulated otherwise. however collaboration between students will not be permitted and may be penalized. Quizzes will not be reset irrespective of the reason for non attendance However. attendance and participation will be taken at every class meeting These marks will be. added up and will constitute an extra 5 in addition to 100 for the assessment tasks. Thus students will be able to make up for missed works. Arrangements for resetting the final test may be made under extenuating circumstances. and at the discretion of program administrators, Methods of Instruction.
Interactive lectures seminars including panel discussions team work guided discovery activities. jigsaw activities process product and genre approaches to writing task based learning and. flipped classroom, Special equipment and software support. The usual audiovisual equipment will be used by lecturers and students. summary Written analysis of the manifestation and interaction of two literary elements and the manner in which they affect theme and meaning based on a set of questions Module 4 20 Final test Match terms and definitions identify textual standards elements of text structure literary elements genre etc in given text samples

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