LS/0046 - ITALIAN LITERATURE (6 CFU)
Academic Year 2022/2023
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ROBERTO PUGGIONI (Tit.)
- Teaching style
- Lingua Insegnamento
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- knowledge of Italian literary history of the nineteenth century;
- basic knowledge of the thematic and formal tradition of literary genres;
- articulated knowledge of the main thematic and formal peculiarities of the texts in program;
- basic knowledge of critics methodologies;
- capability to apply critics knowledge and understanding literary history in relation to its historical and cultural context;
- ability to orient itself in the typology of literary texts, especially in the 18th century;
- ability to produce a conscious and informed (oral and written) critical analysis of the analyzed works, in particular concerning their historical-cultural contextualization, their formal structure;
-ability to develop an autonomous reading experience of literary text by developing the critical methodologies adopted;
-ability in communicating their conclusions, and articulating clearly and unambiguously their argument either to a specialist and a general audience;
- develop those learning skills which will allow them to continue studying the history of literary criticism autonomously.
-a good morphosyntactic competence in the written and oral Italian language;
- basic knowledge of Italian literary history;
- to know the primary notions concerning the different textual literary typologies;
-Frontal lessons (lessons, reading and text analysis) -Oral and written exercises
Verification of learning
The assessment of learning will take place in an oral exam.
In the summary assessment, 30% will be based on the knowledge of literary history, 30% in relation to the ability to produce a punctual text analysis in a written paper, the remaining 40% will be attributed to the knowledge and skills, communicative effectiveness, as demonstrated in the oral interview.
More details, relating to supplementary teaching materials, will be provided at the beginning of the lessons.