|Tuesday||4:00 PM - 5:30 PM||lesson||Lecture Hall 2.4||from Oct 7, 2014 to Jan 10, 2015|
|Wednesday||8:30 AM - 10:00 AM||lesson||Lecture Hall 2.4||from Oct 7, 2014 to Jan 10, 2015|
Knowledge of basic concepts of grammar; application of theoretic concepts to linguistic data; understanding of the importance of the perspective/theoretic framework for the interpretation of the data
"The structure of the German sentence. Introduction to syntactic analysis"
The courses provides to the students the basic instrument for syntactic analyses (analysis of syntactic constituents, parts of speech, syntactic functions and syntactic relations) with particular reference to the notion of topological fields ("Felderanalyse"), an approach which is specific to the grammar of German.
- Text book: Tomaselli, Alessandra (2013): Introduzione alla sintassi del tedesco. Verona: QuiEdit.
- Wöllstein, Angelika (2010): Topologisches Satzmodell. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.
- Wöllstein-Leisten, Angelika et al. (1997): Deutsche Satzstruktur. Grundlagen der syntaktischen Analyse. Tübingen: Narr [Frinzi, BF 170 C 157]
- Tesnière, Lucien (2001): Elementi di sintassi strutturale. A cura di Germano Proverbio e Anna Trocini Cerrina. Torino: Rosenberg & Sellier [Frinzi, BF 100 G 24]
The final exam will be in oral form/oral examination. Students who regularly attend classes will be offered a written examination during classes, which is followed by a short oral examination about specific aspects of the teaching programme after the end of the course.
Required linguistic competence: B1 (CEFR).