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Asignatura 17891 MORFOXINTASIS Y SEMANTICA (INGLES) I
Grupo
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Presentación
Morfosintáxis y Semántica I: The English Verb
Programa Básico
Objetivos
THE USE OF THE ENGLISH VERB
CONTENTS
1. General Characteristics of the English Verb.
I. Tense
II. Aspect
III. Mood
IV. Verbal Forms
V. Comparison With Spanish
2. Auxiliary Verbs:
I. Primary: Form, Use and Meaning
II.Modal: Form Use and Meaning
III Marginal Modal: Form, Use and Meaning
IV. Comparison with Spanish
3. The Present Tense
I. The Simple Present: Form, Use and Meaning
II. The Present Continuous: Form, Use and Meaning
III. Comparison with Spanish
4. The Past Tense
I. The Simple Past: Form, Use and Meaning
II. The Past Continuous: Form, Use and Meaning
III. Comparison with Spanish
5. The Present Perfect Tense
I. The Present Perfect Simple: Form, Use and Meaning
II. The Present Perfect Continuous: Form, Use and Mean.
III. Comparison with Spanish
6. The Past Perfect Tense
I. The Past Perfect Simple: Form, Use and Meaning
II. The Past Perfect Cont.: Form, Use and Meaning
III. Comparison with Spanish
7. Ways of Expressing the Future
I. Present Tense
II. Be to/ Be about to + infinitive
III. Future Tenses:
1. Simple: Form, Use and Meaning
2. Continuous: Form, Use and Meaning
3. Perfect: Form, Use and Meaning
4. Perfect Cont.:Form, Use and Meaning
IV. Comparison with Spanish
8. The Conditional Sentences
I. Form, Use and Meaning
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II. Comparison with Spanish
9. The Passive Voice
I. Formation of the Passive Voice
II. Comparison with Spanish
10.Brief Introduction to Discourse Analysis
Programa de Teoría
The role of grammar in language:Phonology, Grammar and Semantics, Variations in Language
Programa Práctico
This subject is basically focused on tasks, so students not only will have knowledge on the English Grammar, as future
English teachers, but also will be able to use it in real contexts.For such matter, lessons will be totally in English:
teacher and students will heve to speak English.
All kinds of exercises will be developed: dictations, translations, comprehensions, dialogues etc...
SPEAKING SKILLS. Practising oral ability through integrated skills: exploiting visual aids and texts for oral practise problem solving activities, pair work and group work activities-. Accuracy-focused oral activities.
LISTENING SKILLS. Listening and note-taking. Listening for the gist and for specific information (relevant points).
Task-oriented exercises : predicting problem solution or story endings and other kinds of open or closed tasks. Gapfilling exercises using dialogues, prose passages, the news... Recognising discourse markers and cohesive devices.
Understanding different intonation patterns and uses of stress.
READING SKILLS. Reading strategies: predicting, scanning, skimming, inferring, understanding main ideas and
assessing a writer´s purpose. Paragraph analysis: topic, main idea and supporting details. The importance of
cohesion in the interpretation of text.
WRITING SKILLS. Main functions of writing. Organising a text: coherence and cohesion (reference terms). Academic
writing: note-taking, summarising, writing an essay. Parts of an essay: introduction, body and conclusion. Writing an
essay of argument. Personal and impersonal styles of argument.
Evaluación
La nota final de la materia será la resultante de la media obtenida a partir de:
1. Resultado del seguimiento de los trabajos realizados en las clases prácticas: (Supondrá el 50% de la nota final).
2. El otro 50% corresponderá a la nota del examen final de la materia centrado en la verificación de la consecución de
los objetivos marcados.
Bibliografía
Thomson, A.J., Martinet, A.V. (1986) A Practical English Grammar Oxford University Press
Aleixander (1988) Longman English Grammar. Longman
Sánchez Benedito, Fco, A. S. Dawson & E. Lavin (1991) English Grammar for Spanish Speakers. Madrid: Alambra
Longman.
CRUZ, J. and TRAINOR, P. (1989). Gramatica Inglesa. Madrid: Ediciones Catedra. S.A.
QUIRK AND GREENBAUM: A University Grammar of English, London, Logman, 1993
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