French III - Lezioni (2008/2009)

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Course code
4S00858
Name of lecturer
Paolo Frassi
Number of ECTS credits allocated
1
Other available courses
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 instruments and of a metalanguage to lead the analysis of a semantic phenomenon.

Syllabus

Metaphor
Introduction to metaphor as a semantic phenomenon. We will explain the semantic mecanisms on which metaphor is based by introducing the main speculations on the matter and offering exemples issued from litterary texts.
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:
- R. Jakobson (1963), « Deux aspects du langage et deux types d’aphasies » in Essais de linguistique générale, Paris, Editions de Minuit, pp. 43-67.
- P. Ricoeur (1975), La métaphore vive, Paris, Seuil.
- E. Bordas (2003), Les chemins de la métaphore, Paris, PUF.
The study of the following essays is compulsory :
- M. Yaguello , « La grammaire » in M. Yaguello (éd) (2003), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, pp. 153-258.
- C. Marchello-Nizia, « Le français dans l’histoire » in M. Yaguello (éd) (2003), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, pp. 11-90.
L&D students will replace the essay by C. Marchello-Nizia with:
- E. Genouvrier, « Enseigner la langue française maternelle » in M. Yaguello (éd) (2003), Le Grand livre de la langue française, Paris, Seuil, pp. 491-541.
Reference texts :
- M. Le Guern (1973), Sémantique de la métaphore et de la métonymie, Paris, Larousse

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”.