Spanish Language 2 (Minor)
Spanish Language 2 (Minor) 2023-24
School of Arts, Culture And Language
Module - Semester 1 & 2
This 20 credit module running throughout the year promotes appropriate use of style and register in all written work and ensures that students can deal with variations in register and idiomatic expression in a confident and accurate manner. Through exposure to selected texts and complex grammatical structures, students acquire reading and writing skills which match the required standard of final year linguists.
No set text is given for this language module, although students are highly encouraged to purchase a copy of the following books for self-study:
Butt, John and Carmen Benjamin (2011) A New Reference Grammar of Modern Spanish, London and Oxford: Arnold. Pountain, Christopher, Teresa de Carlos and Angela Howkins (2011) Practicing Spanish Grammar: A Workbook, London & Oxford: Arnold.
Any other learning resources: Students are given two module dossiers at the beginning of the year containing all the necessary materials for their classes. Students are encouraged to complete the School’s Self-Study Portfolio (available from SMLC website)
-threshold -40-49%: A limited knowledge of vocabulary and grammar and a limited ability to translate and paraphrase the prescribed range of texts.
-good -50-69%: A good knowlege of vocabulary and grammar and a good ability to translate and paraphrase the prescribed range of texts.
-excellent -70+%: An excellent knowledge of vocabulary and grammar and an excellent ability to translate and paraphrase the prescribed range of texts.
- Demonstrate in essay and translation work a sophisticated command of both the target language and English/Welsh that is alive to the rhetorical range of both languages.
- To read and understand complex texts varying in style, tone and register and comment on these texts in a concise and fluent manner.
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Exam (Centrally Scheduled)