Italian linguistics and literature - LETTERATURA ITALIANA (2017/2018)

Course partially running (all years except the first)

Course code
4S001178
Name of lecturer
Luca Bragaja
Number of ECTS credits allocated
4
Academic sector
L-FIL-LET/10 - ITALIAN LITERATURE
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
Sem. IIB dal Apr 23, 2018 al May 30, 2018.

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Lesson timetable

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Learning outcomes

Acquire knowledge about:

- Some significant texts of Italian literature
- Understanding and interpreting texts, as a teaching-oriented process
- The relationship between childhood and poetry

Acquire competence in:
- reading poetry, in an intertextual perspective too


At the end of the course, students will be able to plan and realize autonomously teaching and learning modules for the primary school in real social and cultural contexts.

Syllabus

The course will focus on: Childhood and Poetry

The unitary theme will include:

1. Child as a poet, poet as a child
2. Representation of childhood in poetry between intimate space and openness to the world
3. Poetry at school

In addition to this theme, there will be a theoretical part about the nature of the poetic text, the ways of reading and interpreting, the teaching of literature and poetry

DIDACTICS TECHNIQUES

Lectures
Lessons
Activities in pair or small groups
Workshop: Production of Learning Units

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
L. Chines - C. Varotti Che cos’è un testo letterario Carocci 2015 978-88-430-7812-7 In alternativa a L. Cisotto, Didattica del testo. Processi e competenze, Roma, Carocci, 2006
L. Cisotto Didattica del testo. Processi e competenze Carocci 2006 978-88-430-3946-3 In alternativa a L. Chines – C.Varotti, Che cos’è un testo letterario, Roma, Carocci, 2015
E. Ardissino Leggere Poesia. 50 proposte didattiche per la scuola primaria Erickson 2010 9788861376175
E. De Signoribus – E. Frontaloni Poeti in classe. 25 poesie per l'infanzia e non solo italic pequod 2017 978-88-6974-123-4 In alternativa a uno tra i seguenti testi: - S. Heaney, Sulla poesia, Milano, Archinto, 2005; Bertolucci Sereni Zanzotto Porta Conte Cucchi, a cura di G. Massini e B. Rivalta, Sulla poesia. Conversazioni nelle scuole, Parma, Pratiche editrice, 1991²; E. Raimondi, Un'etica del lettore, Bologna, il Mulino, 2007
S. Heaney Sulla poesia Archinto 2005 In alternativa a uno tra i seguenti: E. Raimondi, Un'etica del lettore, Bologna, il Mulino, 2007; Bertolucci Sereni Zanzotto Porta Conte Cucchi, a cura di G. Massini e B. Rivalta, Sulla poesia. Conversazioni nelle scuole, Parma, Pratiche editrice, 1991² ; E. De Signoribus – E. Frontaloni, Poeti in classe. 25 poesie per l'infanzia e non solo, Ancona, italic pequod, 2017
Bertolucci Sereni Zanzotto Porta Conte Cucchi, a cura di G. Massini e B. Rivalta Sulla poesia. Conversazioni nelle scuole (Edizione 2) Pratiche editrice 1991 88-7380-041-6 In alternativa a uno tra i seguenti: E. De Signoribus – E. Frontaloni, Poeti in classe. 25 poesie per l'infanzia e non solo, Ancona, italic pequod, 2017; S. Heaney, Sulla poesia, Milano, Archinto, 2005; E. Raimondi, Un'etica del lettore, Bologna, il Mulino, 2007
E. Raimondi Un'etica del lettore Il Mulino 2007 In alternativa a uno tra i seguenti testi: Bertolucci Sereni Zanzotto Porta Conte Cucchi, a cura di G. Massini e B. Rivalta, Sulla poesia. Conversazioni nelle scuole, Parma, Pratiche editrice, 1991² ; E. De Signoribus – E. Frontaloni, Poeti in classe. 25 poesie per l'infanzia e non solo, Ancona, italic pequod, 2017; S. Heaney, Sulla poesia, Milano, Archinto, 2005

Assessment methods and criteria

- The objective of the test is to verify students have acquired all the skills developed during the course and the ability of planning Learning Units on the subject of the course
 
- Content of the test: it will be divided with reference to the same three themes of the course, and will include the production of a Learning Unit

Test: Students will be given a written test divided into two parts: First part: questions with an open answer. Second part: production of a Learning Unit

-Evaluation: grade point average of the two parts (max grade is thirty)

Students who did not follow the course will be given a test previously agreed with the teacher.

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2017/2018