French II - Lezioni (2008/2009)

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Course code
4S00839
Name of lecturer
Paolo Frassi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
4
Academic sector
L-LIN/04 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION – FRENCH
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
VERONA
Period
II semestre dal Mar 2, 2009 al May 30, 2009.

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Lesson timetable

Learning outcomes

Acquisition of the main notions in lexicology and lexical semantics. Analysis of the lexicon of French for specific purposes (tourism and commerce).
PROGRAMME
Introduction to lexicology and lexicography. Presentation of the main lexicological currents and of French lexicographic instruments. The course includes the analysis of French lexicon for special purposes (tourism and commerce) as well as the presentation of the main specialized dictionaries.
The courses will be supported by the AVAC e-learning platform (http://elearning.univr.it). Students can access the platform and register their account using the same user-id and password as for other online university services (e-mail etc.)

Bibliography:
- A. Polguère (2003), Lexicologie et sémantique lexicale. Notions fondamentales, Montréal, Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
- J. Pruvost (2000) La lexicologie et la sémantique lexicale in Histoire de la langue française 1945-2000. Sous la direction de Gérald Antoine et Bernard Cerquiglini, Paris, CNRS Éditions, pp. 907-936.
- J. Pruvost (2000), Dictionnaires et nouvelles technologies, Paris, PUF.
- J. Pruvost (sous la dir. de) (2001), Les dictionnaires de langue française : dictionnaires d’apprentissage, dictionnaires spécialisés de la langue, dictionnaires de spécialité, Paris, Champion.
- J. Pruvost (2006), Les dictionnaires français, outils d’une langue et d’une culture.
The study of the following essays is compulsory :
- J. – P. Colin, «Le Lexique», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, pp. 391-456.
- F. Gadet, «La Variation», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, 2003, pp. 91-152.
- J. Pruvost, «Les Dictionnaires français: histoire et méthodes», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, 2003, pp. 457-489.
Reference texts :
- Lehmann, F. Martin-Berthet (1998), Introduction à la lexicologie, Paris, Dunod.

Syllabus

PROGRAMME
Introduction to lexicology and lexicography. Presentation of the main lexicological currents and of French lexicographic instruments. The course includes the analysis of French lexicon for special purposes (tourism and commerce) as well as the presentation of the main specialized dictionaries.
Notes will be available on the Elvira Moodle platform (http://elvira.univr.it/moodle). Students are recommended to contact Mrs Olga Forlani (olga.forlani@univr.it) to get a user ID and a password.
Bibliography:
- A. Polguère (2003), Lexicologie et sémantique lexicale. Notions fondamentales, Montréal, Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
- J. Pruvost (2000) La lexicologie et la sémantique lexicale in Histoire de la langue française 1945-2000. Sous la direction de Gérald Antoine et Bernard Cerquiglini, Paris, CNRS Éditions, pp. 907-936.
- J. Pruvost (2000), Dictionnaires et nouvelles technologies, Paris, PUF.
- J. Pruvost (sous la dir. de) (2001), Les dictionnaires de langue française : dictionnaires d’apprentissage, dictionnaires spécialisés de la langue, dictionnaires de spécialité, Paris, Champion.
- J. Pruvost (2006), Les dictionnaires français, outils d’une langue et d’une culture.
The study of the following essays is compulsory :
- J. – P. Colin, «Le Lexique», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, pp. 391-456.
- F. Gadet, «La Variation», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, 2003, pp. 91-152.
- J. Pruvost, «Les Dictionnaires français: histoire et méthodes», in M. Yaguello (sous la dir. de), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, 2003, pp. 457-489.
Reference texts :
- Lehmann, F. Martin-Berthet (1998), Introduction à la lexicologie, Paris, Dunod.

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral interview. Students (either attending or not attending the lessons) will have to present a proposition of “exposé” by the end of May. This delay must be respected whenever they intend to pass the exam (June, September or February). Not attending students will have to contact the Professor in great advance in order to agree the subject of the “exposé”.