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Popular Cultures

Scholar Year: 2021/2022 - 1S

Code: LAS100    Acronym: CP
Scientific Fields: Línguas e Literaturas, Artes
Section/Department: Arts

Courses

Acronym N. of students Study Plan Curricular year ECTS Contact hours Total Time
LAS 16 Study Plan 5,0 60 135,0

Teaching weeks: 15

Head

TeacherResponsability
Luciano José dos Santos Baptista PereiraHead

Weekly workload

Hours/week T TP P PL L TC E OT OT/PL TPL O S
Type of classes

Lectures

Type Teacher Classes Hours
Contact hours Totals 1 2,00
Carlos Barreto Xavier   1,33
Luciano Pereira   1,33
Luís Santos   1,33

Teaching language

Portuguese

Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)

1. Identify and compare cultural, thematic and formal settings, inherent in popular cultural object, while conservation mechanism and individual construction, and while acting factor and social transformation.
2. Develop a taste for specificity of cultural and aesthetic phenomenon, with particular importance for their critical reading.
3. Collect, select and organize the traditional literature texts with ethnological and formative relevance. Analyze and interpret them. Produce materials and draw up strategies for your animation. Relate literature to other artistic and cultural series and in particular with the music.
4. Meet musical manifestations of the different geographical regions of Portugal cultural/ethnic. Meet musical forms and associated ethnic cultural contexts organology. Select and adapt traditional music forms with suggested texts.

Syllabus

Semantic evolution of the words culture and literature.
Traditional literary texts, oral transmission and universal character.
Traditional oral literature in the context of cultural anthropology.
Literary concepts:
oral literature,
popular literature,
cultivated literature.
Typologies and traditional literary genres (Proverbs, rhymes, chants, rhymes, blocks, songs of packing;
mysteries, hoaxes and blinded; legends, tales and novels ...)
Instruments of analysis and interpretation of the literary text.
Literature, music and fine arts.
Some relevant themes (the image of the woman, the function of the animals, etc.)
The animation of the popular text.
Its importance and functions: the function of the rhythmic, metric and rhyme.
Children's literature and popular culture.
Rural and urban ethnographies
Chronicles and travel Literature
Mythologies and Religions
Popular Medicines
Places and Leisure.


Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes

The discussion from the searched information or documents directly supplied by professor will be a key element of learning. The process shall include: (a) reading, discussion and analysis of texts; (b) Review written and/or oral texts; (c) development of small critical comments; (d) preparation of written work; (e) presentation and discussion of papers; (f) Exposure of certain themes; (g) the preparation, discussion and analysis, in a group of small jobs; (h) preparation and presentation of practical work of textual and musical animation; (i) hearing and interpretation in plenary and/or small groups of musical snippets.
In short give priority to the animation of readings; written documents, audio, video and multimedia, conducting research and design, and the collection and dissemination of the intangible heritage.
Evaluation
I) continuous Evaluation
II) summative evaluation (Group 1 and a final test)

Teaching methodologies

Programme Management Strategies
The sessions will be focused on the reading and interpretation in plenary and/or small groups of literary works. The discussion from the searched information or documents directly supplied by professor will be a key element of learning. The process shall include: (a) reading, discussion and analysis of texts; (b) Review written and/or oral texts; (c) development of small critical comments; (d) preparation of written work; (e) presentation and discussion of papers; (f) Exposure of certain themes; (g) the preparation, discussion and analysis, in a group of small jobs; (h) preparation and presentation of practical work of textual and musical animation; (i) hearing and interpretation in plenary and/or small groups of musical snippets. In short give priority to:
-The production of descriptive, analytical and critical texts.
-The elaboration of didactic materials, training and entertainment.
-The animation of readings. Reading, analysis and discussion of written documents, audio, video and multimedia.
-Conducting research (fieldwork, participant observation and project work), collection and dissemination of documents, questinários, interviews and life stories.

2. monitoring tutorial (face-to-face and distance to Support Group work, individual research)

Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes

The teaching methodologies articulates with the learning objectives of the curricular unit on investigative and creative dimension. We believe that the fact that students have to search on the ground allows the implementation of the proposals for more inclusive of animation different areas. Students have the opportunity to present their research in a way attractive, challenging and appropriate, profiting from theoretical knowledge in different areas. Staying on the ground will, on the one hand, allow a global perspective of popular culture, on the other, complement the bibliographical research and give greater consistency to reading, interpreting, as well as individual and collective written productions.

Assessment methodologies and evidences

Assessment and classification
I) continuous evaluation-attendance and class participation, research papers, reading and literary and musical interpretations. (30%)
II) summative evaluation-group 1 (written) (40%). Oral presentation of written work (30%)

Attendance system

Participation of students
Each student is expected to: (a) be assiduous (can only miss one class from each of the three modules) and participate in the discussion of the issues under review, as well as in group work; (b) read, review and be prepared to discuss the texts and support submitted auditions; (c) perform the work programmed. The lack of attendance will be a deterrent to a continuous assessment, the student is required to submit himself to examination at the end of the semester.

Assement and Attendance registers

Description Type Tempo (horas) End Date
Attendance (estimated)  Classes  0
  Total: 0

Bibliography

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-BRITO, J.P. and O'Neill, b.-Places from Here. Lisboa: ed. Dom Quixote, 1991.
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-Rabbit, Adolfo. Folk Tales. Lisbon. Don Quixote publications, 1985.
-Rabbit, Adolfo. Games and nursery rhymes. Port. ASA editions, 1994.
-Rabbit, Jacinto do Prado (dir.) dictionary of literature. Port: Figueirinhas.
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-SANTO, Moisés Espírito. The Portuguese Popular Religion. Lisbon: Assyrian and Alvim, 1990.
-PEDROSO, Consigliere. Folk Tales. Lisbon. Publisher See, 1985.
-Ditto. Contributions to a Popular mythology. Lisboa: ed. Dom Quixote, 1988.
-PEREIRA, Pedro. Pilgrims. Lisbon: Instituto Piaget, 2003.
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-Brito, m. & Range, l. (1992). Portuguese music history. Ed. Open University, Lisbon.
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-Oliveira, e. (2000). Popular musical instruments. Ed. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and the National Museum of Ethology, Lisbon.

Observations

At the end of the work the expected learnings are around 3 major areas: (a) ability to research, organization and management of information, showing proper ownership and original and creative use of different concepts; (b) production of oral and written texts of genres, modes, records, dimensions and variables with emphasis on the problems of description and interpretation of the works of art and literary phenomena in particular. The communicative and linguistic skills reading specific highlight in summaries, reports, fact sheets, opinion and texts of literary criticism ...; (c) public presentation of work.

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