|Mapa da ESE Setúbal|
Language and Textual Practice
Scholar Year: 2020/2021 - 2S
||Línguas e Literaturas
||N. of students
|Ana Cristina Crespo Pires Sequeira||Head|
|Type of classes
Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
• To mobilize strategies of enunciative adequacy.
• To acquire tools of enunciative responsability.
• To correctly manipulate instruments for collecting and systematizing information.
• To produce oral and written texts of different genres, respecting their configurative properties.
1. Oral and written uses of language
a. Adequacy of speeches to diverse contexts
2. Literacy of information
a. Ethical principles in academic context
b. Strategies for research, selection, treatment and dissemination of information
c. Norms for the elaboration of academic papers
3. Production of oral and written texts
a. Textual genres to expose and to argue
ii. Oral presentation
iii. Opinion article
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
This curricular unit aims to be a learning place, regarding the understanding and production of texts. Since textual practice involves situations in which oral and written languages are used, the educational opportunities that are going to be created, through the understanding and production of different kinds of texts, promote the development of the communicative competences of students.
• Classes of expositive nature.
• Practices of reading and analysis of model texts.
• Planning, production, revision and editing of texts.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The communicative needs verified in students and/or identified by them are the starting point for the development of analytical and synthesis skills, which promote their academic and professional success.
Assessment methodologies and evidences
Continuous evaluation is based on the following:
• Participation in class activities – 10%
• Individual written test – 40%
• Written research paper in groups - 25%
• Oral presentation of the research paper - 25%
As an alternative to continuous evaluation, students can take a final exam (100%). During the first week of classes, students should contact the teacher in order to choose the evaluation modality. If a student chooses the final exam, he/she may, like all the other students, access the class activities on Moodle.
Students with special status should contact the teacher of the curricular unit until the end of the first fortnight of the semester, in order to define ways of evaluation.
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