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Teacher Fabio Marri. Credits 6. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian. Insegnamenti online - IOL. The student enrolled in this course is expected to have just reached a moderate skill in Linguistics and Italian grammar. The student will be able to use the main instruments for the evaluation of a text, literary or not. All students are allowed to attend the course, even though it is useful to have attended the previous course in Language and Grammar or to have basic notion in Italian linguistics.
Based on competence and needs of the attending students, previous lessons will be dedicated to a review or to an introduction of the use of linguistic instruments like dictionaries, grammar books, books about the history of the language. Following lessons will briefly discuss the structure of Italian now, with a look at the historical developments that have contributed to this structure.
The geographical aspect of the Italian language and literacy will be also discussed, with the description of the ancient vernaculars volgari and the contemporary dialects. Later, the main circumstances in the historical development of the Italian language will be discussed, through the analysis of various and not only literary texts.
Different readings will be proposed, in chronological order, starting from medieval creations that provide documentary evidence of the creation of the language and of its connections with the Latin, with prestigious foreign languages and with the dialects of the single regions. Students can chose the references, depending on competences owned and on attendances in the course. In general, for students that have not attended the course, the readings discussed during the lessons are not the set books and they must study a book in addition with respect to attending students.
Attending students should study readings discussed during the lessons and two books among all following references. Not attending students should study three books among the following references.
Bonomi, A. Masini, S. Morgana, M. Piotti, Elementi di linguistica italiana , Roma, Carocci, Serianni, G. Antonelli, Manuale di linguistica italiana , Milano, B.
Sobrero, A. Miglietta, Introduzione alla linguistica italiana , Roma-Bari, Laterza, Patota, Nuovi lineamenti di grammatica storica dell'italiano, Bologna, Il Mulino, Marazzini, La storia della lingua italiana attraverso i testi , Bologna, il Mulino, Marri, P. Franceschini, R. Serianni, La lingua poetica italiana. Grammatica e testi , Roma, Carocci, with historic-grammatical introduction. Readings, analyses and comments of various books, of different age, with the possibility of cooperation with attending students on agreed topics.
At the end of the course, an optional written final test will be available for students having attended the lessons. This test will contain questions regarding topics discussed during the lessons and will require the students to analyze a text. The evaluation of the exam will take into account: 1 ownership of the institutional understanding of the discipline 2 ability to deal with, to analyze and solve new problems 3 accuracy and precision of the expression style.
The written final test is optional. The set books for the final oral exam are three of the books listed in the references of the student preferred choice. See the website of Fabio Marri.
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Course contents All students are allowed to attend the course, even though it is useful to have attended the previous course in Language and Grammar or to have basic notion in Italian linguistics. Piotti, Elementi di linguistica italiana , Roma, Carocci, M. Dardano, Nuovo manualetto di linguistica italiana , Bologna, Zanichelli, F. Marri, R. Lugaresi, S. Rizzardi, Riflessioni sull'italiano , Bologna, Dupress, M. Durante, Dal latino all'italiano moderno , Bologna, Zanichelli, V.
Coletti, Storia dell'italiano letterario , Torino, Einaudi, C. Marazzini, La storia della lingua italiana attraverso i testi , Bologna, il Mulino, R.
Tesi, Storia dell'italiano , Bologna, Zanichelli, R. Mengaldo, Attraverso la prosa italiana , Roma, Carocci, L. Teaching methods Taught classes with online connections. Assessment methods At the end of the course, an optional written final test will be available for students having attended the lessons. The written test cannot be repeated. The marks of the written test cannot be added to the marks of the oral exam.
Attraverso La Prosa Italiana: Analisi Di Testi Esemplari
Schedule online. Claudio Marazzini, La lingua italiana. Profilo storico , Bologna, il Mulino, , p. Claudio Marazzini, La storia della lingua italiana attraverso i testi , Bologna, il Mulino, ; Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo, Attraverso la prosa italiana.
History of Italian language from the Baroque period to the present day
Teacher Fabio Marri. Credits 6. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian. AMS Campus. The course is also open to whom has not followed never lessons within the Italian Linguistics, although is useful to possess notions of base as those imparted during the course of Language and grammar taken place in the preceding weeks, or already learned during the triennial degree.
Università degli Studi di Perugia
Teacher Fabio Marri. Credits 6. Teaching Mode Traditional lectures. Language Italian.
28860 - History of the Italian Language (Lm)
Three of them will be required for the exam. Alfano — C. Gigante — E. Educational objectives The course aims to provide critical and historical tools for humanistic studies; a good knowledge of the history of Italian literature and of the principal bibliographic and informatic instruments for humanistic study and research; ability in understanding, analysis, contestualisation of literary texts; cultural, critical and specialized use of language. The course is open to all students and it can be the opportunity to develop the language skills in Italian for not italian students. Prerequisites Students are required to have principal notions of history and literary culture and an high level in knowledge and mastery of italian language. These preconditions are valid both for attending and not attending students.