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Spanish Uses and Functions

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Course in Spanish Uses and Functions


Methods and approaches to teaching foreign languages

We live in a globalized world in which language proficiency has become a basic and fundamental element. Spanish is the second most spoken language in the world, so its use and influence in this international society have increased so much it has consolidated as a professionally essential language.

Through the contents that are taught in the classroom, students will strengthen their knowledge of the linguistic units of Spanish, based on the phonic, morphosyntactic and semantic aspects of language. In addition, the connection between languages and cultures will be promoted so that learning is multidisciplinary and enriched in a multicultural and international environment.

The student will acquire the necessary skills to successfully carry out the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language, locating, analyzing and solving any problem or case that arises in the classroom.

Objectives

  • Develop techniques and skills for the training of SFL teachers.
  • Become familiar with the methodological foundations of SFL teaching.
  • Manage fundamental teaching techniques and resources for teaching.

Competences

  • The students must know how to apply the acquired knowledge and their ability to solve problems in new or little-known environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of study.
  • The students must know how to communicate their conclusions and knowledge, and the ultimate reasons that support them to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and unambiguous way.
  • Students must possess the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
  • Be able to perform a critical analysis, evaluation and synthesis of new and complex ideas that allow for autonomy in training and the continuous updating of knowledge in the field of SFL teaching.
  • Know how to communicate with colleagues in the academic community and with society in general about their area of knowledge.
  • Acquire basic theoretical knowledge aimed at supporting an informed teaching practice.
  • Be able to use specialized terminology in the field of SFL teaching.

Course program

Didactic unit 1.
  • COMMUNICATION AND SPANISH LANGUAGE
  • THE SPANISH LANGUAGE: LINGUISTIC UNITS
  • THE PHONIC LEVEL
  • THE MORPHOLOGICAL LEVEL
Didactic unit 2.
  • THE MORPHOLOGICAL LEVEL-II
  • THE SYNTAGM
  • THE SYNTAX
  • COMPLEX SENTENCE AND COMPOUND SENTENCE
Didactic unit 3.
  • THE COMPLEX SENTENCE. SUBORDINATED SUBSTANTIVE AND * ADJECTIVE
  • THE COMPLEX SENTENCE. SUBORDINATED ADVERBIAL
  • THE SEMANTIC LEVEL
  • SPEECH ANALYSIS. STATEMENT - TEXT
  • DISCURSIVE GENDERS AND TEXTS
  • ORAL AND WRITTEN SPANISH: NORMS, REGISTER, LANGUAGE USES