Georgian II

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Sammanfattning

The follow-up course provides opportunities for students to extend their knowledge of the Georgian language and culture. It will improve students’ communicative skills, extend and activate their knowledge of vocabulary and grammatical patterns. The course consists of audio and written texts on various topics. It includes both interactive and non-interactive translation exercises and audio exercises. A short overview of Georgian literature and English translations of selected Georgian writers are also included.

Behörighetskrav

Kursen har följande högskolekurser som förkunskapskrav: Godkända kurser: IM202E-Georgian I.

Urval:

högskolepoäng 32% betyg 34% högskoleprov 34%

Kursplan

Kursplan för studenter höst 2013, höst 2011, vår 2010, vår 2009, höst 2007

Kurskod:
IM205E version 1,1
Engelsk benämning:
Georgian II
Fördjupningsnivå
G1F
Huvudområden:
Inget huvudområde
Undervisningsspråk:
Engelska
Inrättandedatum:
09 augusti 2007
Fastställandedatum:
09 augusti 2007
Beslutande instans:
Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle
Gäller från:
09 augusti 2007

Fördjupning i förhållande till examensfordringarna

Independent course.

Förkunskapskrav

Kursen har följande högskolekurser som förkunskapskrav: Godkända kurser: IM202E-Georgian I.

Lärandemål

Knowledge and understanding

After finishing the course, the student are expected to have obtained knowledge of
- main syntactic and morphological patterns of Georgian;
- basic vocabulary and most common idiomatic expressions;
- main tendencies of the Georgian literature and its history and
- Malmö University’s perspectives: environment, gender, and migration and ethnicity.

Applying knowledge and understanding

After finishing the course, the student are expected to be able to
- read, analyse and understand texts in Georgian independently or by means of a dictionary;
- understand discussions on fairly demanding topics in Georgian.
- analyse the connections between the social-cultural context and a literary work and its language;
- independently identify and search relevant information concerning the Georgian language and literature and
- apply knowledge of Malmö University’s perspectives to issues pertaining to the Georgian language and literature.

Making judgments and communication skills

After finishing the course, the student are expected to be able to critically reflect over and make judgments in respect to
- own need of further studies for improving the communication and reading skills;
- main tendencies of the Georgian language and literature development and
- relevance of Malmö University’s perspectives to the course.

Formerna för att bedöma studenternas prestationer

Individual and compulsory exercises given to students throughout the term, as well as examination, focus on the assessment of knowledge of main morphological and syntactic patterns and basic vocabulary, as well as on the students’ ability to read and produce simple texts in Georgian. Audio questions are used for assessment of listening comprehension.

A project paper is aimed at the assessment of the ability to independently search and analyze relevant information concerning the Georgian language and culture.
Examination is conducted online.

Re-sit examinations

Students who do not pass the regular course exams have the minimum of two re-sit opportunities. Re-sits follow the same form as the original exams, apart from re-sits for group work, which take the form of individual written assignments.

Innehåll eller kursinnehåll

The follow-up course provides opportunities for students to extend their knowledge of the Georgian language and culture. It will improve students’ communicative skills, extend and activate their knowledge of vocabulary and grammatical patterns. The course consists of audio and written texts on various topics. It includes both interactive and non-interactive translation exercises and audio exercises. A short overview of Georgian literature and English translations of selected Georgian writers are also included.

Arbetsformer

The course is offered as an IT-based distance learning course. The course presupposes active participation of the students.Lectures published on the course website combine literature and language issues. The main attention is paid to activation of basic vocabulary, verb patterns, and communicative skills. Translation- and free-text exercises play an important role in the course.
Compulsory exercises and a project work in small groups are included. Non-compulsory live sessions on the Internet are also offered. All activities are conducted online.

Betygsgrader

Underkänd (U), Godkänd (G) eller Väl godkänd (VG).

Kurslitteratur och övriga läromedel

Internet based course material includes all the necessary literature for the course, including texts, grammar, dictionary, exercises, audio files.

External links are also included.

Additional material may be introduced in the course, but no more than 100 pages.

Kursvärdering

All students are offered an opportunity to give oral or written feedback at the end of the course. A summary of the results will be made available on the school’s web-pages. The students are also given a possibility to offer feedback for each module/unit.

Students have an opportunity for discussions and suggestions concerning the course during the term both in Forum and through e-mail correspondence with the teacher. Student can also take contact to the student union.

Kontakt

Utbildningen ges av Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle på Institutionen för Språkstudier.

Mer information om utbildningen

Manana Kock Kobaidze, Kursansvarig
Telefon: 040-6657587