Russian Language 3
Scientific Disciplinary Sector (SSD)
L-LIN/21 - SLAVIC STUDIES
II semestre (Lingue e letterature straniere) dal Feb 14, 2022 al May 28, 2022.
At the end of the course the student will be able to: - know the most relevant morpho-syntactic structures of the Russian language, its lexical peculiarities, different linguistic registers, as well as the specific terminology for literature and publishing; - apply their knowledge of the language in the understanding of long and complex texts, as well as in oral and written communication, including in the areas of literature and publishing; - demonstrate to have the Russian language skills that correspond to the C1 level of the CEFR.
2. participles and the relative clauses with ‘kotory’ (who, which)
3. syntax of the complex sentences (depending clauses expressing time, cause, condition, aim)
4. the form of the action
5. indefinite and negative pronouns
6. direct/indirect speech (including questions)
7. the conditional
8. Russian vocabulary in the literary field and translation
Frontal lessons, with projection of slides, uploaded on the e-learning webpage. Theoretical introductions, analytic reading, translation and comment on texts.
Erasmus students are required to contact the teacher in order to receive instructions as regards the teaching program.
Students who cannot attend the lessons are required to study the materials on the moodle page, and to contact the teacher as regards the reference books.
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Written (test) and oral.
In the oral exam the questions will cover concepts and topics analyzed during the classes, including the necessary vocabulary for the meta-linguistic discourse. Students will be asked to read, translate and analyze, from the morpho-syntactic point of view, the texts proposed in the classes.
Students can take the exam only after passing the exams “Russian language 2” and “Russian literature 2”. A C1 language certificate is also required.
- content accuracy and completeness
- achievement of adequate analysis abilities
- clarity in the exposition, arguing ability
- knowledge of the subject-specific lexicon.
The final grade of the exam will be the average of the grade of the written+oral exams and the average grade obtained in the CLA exams. The latter will be converted into /30 according to the conversion table presented in the document “Vademecum didattica”.
Students who have obtained external language certificates should obtain and equivalence certificate from the CLA before the date of the exam.