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Specialization seminar II

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Kod przedmiotu: 2510-p2ENG2S-SS-II Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (0231) Języki obce
Nazwa przedmiotu: Specialization seminar II
Jednostka: Wydział Humanistyczny
Grupy: Przedmioty dla 2 roku w semestrze letnim filologia angielska studia niestacjonarne
Zajęcia specjalizacyjne drugi rok n2 - wymagania etapowe
Punkty ECTS i inne: 4.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Wymagania wstępne:

Orientation in linguistics


The working title of the course is:

GRAMMAR-MEANING INTERFACE (ANALYTICAL AWARENESS)

Całkowity nakład pracy studenta:

4+4 ECTS

10+10 contact hours (expansion, presentation, discussion)

50+50 research

40+40 the preparation of the project

25+25 preparation for the final test


Efekty uczenia się - wiedza:

K_W09 The graduate has in-depth knowledge of research-related terminology and methodology applied in a given field.

Efekty uczenia się - umiejętności:

K_U01, The graduate is able to search for, analyze, evaluate, select, and apply information using various sources and to formulate critical opinions based thereon.

K_U06, The graduate is able to integrate knowledge from various disciplines within Humanities and apply it in an entire range of situations.

K_U07, The graduate is able to undertake autonomous tasks, taking into account the objectives and instructions formulated by their academic supervisors.

K_U08, The graduate is able to gain and deepen their knowledge and develop their research skills on their own.

K_U10, The graduate is able to critically analyze and interpret various texts, use specialist terminology and justify the selected methodology.

K_U11, The graduate displays a high level of ability to compose written works in Polish and/ or the language/ languages of a given cultural area, using basic theoretical approaches and a variety of sources.

K_U12, The graduate displays advanced public speaking skills in terms of producing and delivering texts orally in Polish and/ or the language/ languages of a given cultural area, using basic theoretical approaches and a variety of sources.

K_U13, The graduate displays advanced argumentation skills and is able to refer to scholars’ opinions as well as to draw conclusions and prepare synthetic summaries.

K_U14, The graduate is able to conduct a preliminary search of library holdings, use databases and the Internet, prepare a list of references, add notes with due care as to the copyright, format documents using a word processor and make a presentation.

K_U21 The graduate is able to formulate critical opinions about cultural artefacts on the basis of academic knowledge and experience. The graduate is able to present their critical opinions in various forms and media.


Efekty uczenia się - kompetencje społeczne:

K_K01, The graduate is aware of the level of their knowledge and skills and understands the need for constant learning and development of their skills. The graduate is able to inspire and coordinate the learning process of other persons.

K_K03 The graduate is able to properly prioritize the task implemented by themselves or others.


Metody dydaktyczne:

Seminar: mini-lectures to expand knowledge (based on recent literature), presentation of research projects, individualized and collective instruction and feedback.

K_W07, K_W13, K_U16, K_U17, K_K01,


On-line teaching sessions will be carried out with the support of the following distance learning tools: MICROSOFT TEAMS (is the basic tool for interactive sessions), USOS will provide the students with extra instructions, mini-lectures, comments and feedback, by means of e-mails and attachments sent to particular groups. MOODLE MAY be employed OCASSIONALLY for collecting assignments (essays and worksheets) and examination tests (but ONLY if the Microsoft Teams platform turns out to be insufficient). All distance learning sessions will be carried out according to the following format: (1) TEACHER-CENTERED INPUT (20-30 minutes) by means of the teacher’s introductory mini-lecture on a particular area in question (2) STUDENT-CENTERED PROBLEM-SOLVING ACTIVITIES (30-40 minutes) regarding particular tasks (information search, negotiation of solutions, preferably pair-work and team-work (peer-teaching) (3) FEEDBACK AND INTERACTION via such techniques and Q&A (questions and answer sessions) based on collective lists of questions, individual questions and discussions. The above methods are amendable according to any changes in the ongoing situation and relevant regulations.

Metody dydaktyczne poszukujące:

- ćwiczeniowa
- projektu
- seminaryjna

Metody dydaktyczne w kształceniu online:

- metody oparte na współpracy
- metody rozwijające refleksyjne myślenie

Skrócony opis:

The goal of the seminar GRAMMAR-MEANING INTERFACE (LANGUAGE ANALYTIC AWARENESS) is to provide the students with basic tools for the analysis of TEXTS in multiple dimensions, so as to develop the analytical awareness of the complexities of language.

FOCUS WILL BE PLACED ON SYNTACTIC CONSTRUCTIONS AND SYNTACTIC ROLES (SVOOCA) AND SEMANTIC PARTICIPANTS (AG,INSTR, PAT, MVR, REC, STIM, EXP, etc.) AND OTHER SEMANTIC DIMENSIONS (PROCESS, EVENT, STATE, ATTRIBUTE, PLACE, TIME, CAUSE, RESULT, REASON, PURPOSE, CONDITION, etc.)

Pełny opis:

• A thorough revision of terminological distinctions regarding descriptive linguistics, and also the introduction of relevant conceptual frameworks of textual analysis, linguistic pragmatics and cognitive linguistics.

• The explanation of the guiding principles concerning research methodology (scope/domain and object[s] of study, theoretical perspective[s]).

General Linguistics (1) structure-function in language (2) the semiotic sign: index, icon, symbol (3) paralanuage: kinesics/proxemics (4) language variation: social, regional... (5) speech chain (6) design features of language (7) functions of language (8) ontological & epistemological issues (9) approaches to language study: structuralism, functionalism, generativism, cognitivism (10) syntactic-semantic roles and relations: PSRules NP/VP/AP/PP... SVOOCA, Ag>Mvr>Inst/Stim>Pat/Exp>Zero (11) semantics: denotation-connotation (12) semantics: sense-reference (triangle) (13) semantics: sense relations: polysemy, homonymy, synonymy, antonymy, hyponymy... (14) pragmatics: mind-code-context and The Speech Act Theory.

Text Linguistics (1) fundamental assumptions: stucture and function, problem solving in lg (2) regulative principles: efficiency, effectiveness, appropriateness (3) constitutive principles: cohesion, coherence, intentionality, acceptability, informativity, situationality, intertextuality

Cognitive Semantics (1) Categorisation by schema (generic-specific) & by prototype (centre-periphery) (2)Cognitive Models: ICMs and CTM Cognitive Theory of Metaphor (a) propositional models, (b) image-schematic models, (c) metaphorical models: types & features, metaphorical coherences and duals, (d) metonymic models vs. metaphorical m. (3) The Invariance hypothesis (4) the Great Chain metaphor...(5)

meaning motivation and polysemy (6) axiology... (7) CIT Conceptual Integration Theory: Mental Spaces and Blends

Cognitive Grammar: (1) Symbolic units, F/G & (S>T) peripheral v. autonomous processing (2) Entities: things, atemporal relations and processes (3) domains: concepts (domain matrix) (4) construal operations/dimensions of imagery/focal adjustments “camera-work”: schematicity, prominence, scope, perspective, abstraction, selection, transformation (dynamicity-virtuality) (5) grammar as image: (‘figures in the carpet metaphor’), (6) e-sites, (7) active zones, etc.

Literatura:

• Fauconnier, Gilles. 2001. “Conceptual Blending and Analogy”, in: D. Gentner, K. J. Holyoak, B. N. Kokinov (eds.), The Analogical Mind, Cambridge Mass./London, England, A Bradford Book MIT, 255-286.

• Lakoff, George and M. Johnson. 1980. Metaphors We Live By. (Afterword 2003). University of Chicago Press.Chicago.

• Lakoff, George. 1993. “Contemporary Theory of Metaphor”, in: A. Ortony (ed.).Metaphor and Thought,

• Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 202-251

• Langacker, Ronald W. 1990. Concept, Image and Symbol. Mouton de Gruyter. Berlin/New York.

• Langacker, Ronald W. 2000. Grammar and Conceptualization. Mouton de Gruyter. Berlin/New York.

• Skrzypczak, Waldemar. 2006. Analog-Based Modelling of Meaning Representations in English. N. Copernicus University Press. Toruń.

• Matthews, Peter. H. Oxford Concise Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford University Press. Oxford - New York.

Tarsk. R. L. 1999. (edited by Peter Stockwell 2007). Language and Linguistics: The Key Concepts. Routledge.Oxon.

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Active involvement (20%)

Preparation for classes (20%)

Analytic tasks, essays and work-sheets (20%)

Final test (40%)

Very good – 91-100% (5.0)

Good plus – 86-90% (4+)

Good – 76-85% (4.0)

Satisfactory plus – 70-75% (3+)

Satisfactory – 60-69% (3.0)

Fail – 0-59% (2)

The students will be assessed on the basis of attendance (on-line presence during distance-learning sessions or real-space contact sessions if the situation permits), on the basis of their aptitude resulting from regarding active engagement in the activities, on the basis of assignments sent on time according to ongoing instructions at particular stages of the course (worksheets and mini-essays), the final test or project, and/or the examination test if relevant.

K_W07, K_W13, K_U16, K_U17, K_K_K01

Praktyki zawodowe:

N/A

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2020/21" (jeszcze nie rozpoczęty)

Okres: 2021-02-22 - 2021-09-20
Wybrany podział planu:


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Typ zajęć: Ćwiczenia, 10 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Jarosław Hetman, Waldemar Skrzypczak
Prowadzący grup: Jarosław Hetman, Waldemar Skrzypczak
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Zaliczenie: Przedmiot - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Ćwiczenia - Zaliczenie na ocenę
Skrócony opis:

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On-line teaching sessions will be carried out with the support of the following distance learning tools: MICROSOFT TEAMS (is the basic tool for interactive sessions), USOS will provide the students with extra instructions, mini-lectures, comments and feedback, by means of e-mails and attachments sent to particular groups.

Pełny opis:

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Literatura:

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Uwagi:

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Opisy przedmiotów w USOS i USOSweb są chronione prawem autorskim.
Właścicielem praw autorskich jest Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu.