Ir a cuerpo Ir a Estudios, Gobernanza y organización
Logo UA
Realizar búsqueda
Course description
  FINAL PROJECT

Competencies and objectives

 

Course context for academic year 2019-20

The elaboration of a Graduation Final Paper (TFG) is a mandatory requirement to conclude the teachings of the Degree in Spanish: Language and Literature. It is done in the final phase of the Curriculum because its primary objective is to show the skills and abilities acquired in the different subjects of this title in an integrated way.


The different lines in which the Graduation Final Paper in Spanish can be developed are listed below as groups, with a reference teacher who can inform about possible topics and tutors.

 

 

Course content (verified by ANECA in official undergraduate and Master’s degrees)

Generic Degree Course Competences

  • CG1 : Capacity to master the key theories, perspectives and conceptualisations for building the theoretical framework of the linguistic, cultural and literary disciplines applied to the Spanish language and its literature as an expert on the subject in one's different professional profiles.
  • CG2 : Capacity to understand the role of language in the construction of human beings as active members of linguistic and cultural communities and relate it to the function of individuals in society.
  • CG3 : Be able to develop reading, analysis and synthesis techniques.
  • CG4 : Capacity to communicate in the second official language of the Region of Valencia.

 

Generic UA Competences

  • CUA1 : Understand and express oneself in one's discipline in a language other than the two official languages of the Region of Valencia.
  • CUA2 : Be able to use basic ICT tools at user level.
  • CUA3 : Be able to express oneself orally and in writing in one's discipline in one of the two official languages of the Region of Valencia.

 

Specific Competences (CE):>>Conceptual

  • CC10 : Understand the pragmatic-textual and discursive characteristics of the Spanish language to be able to use, transmit and apply said knowledge to the analysis, comprehension and production of Spanish orally and in writing.
  • CC11 : Be able to identify the variants in register, diatopic and diastratic of the Spanish language as an individual who is part of a geographically diverse linguistic community, both socially and culturally, recognising the value and richness of said variation as the heritage of all Spanish speakers.
  • CC12 : Capacity to understand the origin of Spanish so as to recognise the different stages of the evolution of the language and make connections with the historical and sociocultural factors of the written examples that determined and were determined by said process.
  • CC13 : Capacity to understand the characteristics and evolution of the movements and literary trends in Spanish as manifestations of artistic and creative activity in the Spanish language as individuals aware of the role of said manifestations in the construction of thought.
  • CC14 : Be able to understand the role of the movements and trends of the literary genres in the Spanish language in the construction of classical and contemporary literary thinking and evaluate their impact on society.
  • CC5 : Capacity to communicate in the language of the speciality (Spanish) and in a second language in oral and written situations to enable fluid communication in the future professional and/or academic contexts the student will be involved with in the future.
  • CC6 : Capacity for effective communication and an understanding of the linguistic system of the Catalan language.
  • CC7 : Understand the morphosyntactic characteristics of the Spanish language to be able to use, transmit and apply said knowledge to the analysis, comprehension and production of Spanish orally and in writing.
  • CC8 : Understand the phonetic and phonological characteristics of the Spanish language to be able to use, transmit and apply said knowledge to the analysis, comprehension and production of Spanish orally and in writing.
  • CC9 : Understand the lexico-semantic characteristics of the Spanish language to be able to use, transmit and apply said knowledge to the analysis, comprehension and production of Spanish orally and in writing.

 

Specific Competences (CE):>>Procedural

  • CP18 : Be able to use the standard model of the Spanish language and the mechanisms of lexical creation and innovation as an active member of a society in permanent evolution to adapt the Spanish language to the communication needs of its speakers.
  • CP19 : Capacity to identify currents of literary criticism, their categories, concepts and anomenclature, as a basic tool for developing the ability to analyse and criticise text (literary, cinematographic, advertising, etc.), as regards the creative manifestation and reflection of the sociocultural context.
  • CP20 : Capacity to use the pertinent materials and resources: bibliographic repertories, dictionaries, works of reference, critical editions, translations and ICTs as an independent learner able to control one's own learning process and make the corresponding independent progress.
  • CP21 : Be able to explain and argue the theoretical and practical content of Spanish language and literature as one who understands and transmits this knowledge, as well as giving oral and written advice on the knowledge acquired.

 

Specific Competences (CE):>>Attitude

  • CA22 : Be able to value and take advantage of multilingualism and multiculturalism as a social agent participating in the construction of a plural and tolerant society on the basis of the multicultural configuration of the Spanish-speaking world.
  • CA23 : Be able to show a critical and self-critical attitude during the learning process.
  • CA24 : Capacity to demonstrate social commitment to the equality of men and women, the plural and diverse nature of modern society, peace and democracy.

 

 

 

Learning outcomes (Training objectives)

No data

 

 

Specific objectives stated by the academic staff for academic year 2019-20

The achievement of the objectives described in the previous section should be combined with the specific goals and methodology of the line to which the Graduation Final Paper is adscribed, from among the own ones of the Department of Spanish Philology, General Linguistics and Theory of Literature, or from the lines corresponding to other philologies:


LINES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH PHILOLOGY, GENERAL LINGUISTICS AND THEORY OF LITERATURE:
1) Spanish as a foreign language.
2) Spanish language: phonetics, grammar, lexicology and semantics.
3) Spanish language: pragmatic, discourse analysis, variationism.
4) General theoretical and applied linguistics.
5) Spanish Literature.
6) Hispanic American Literature.
7) Theory of Literature and Comparative Literature.


OTHER PHILOLOGICAL LINES:
1) Arab and Islamic Studies.
2) Comparative studies between French language and culture and other languages and cultures.
3) Studies of French language, culture and literature.
4) English studies: language, linguistics, literature and criticism.
5) Catalan Philology.
6) Classical philology.
7) Literature, linguistics and culture of German-speaking countries.

 

 

General

Code: 31599
Lecturer responsible:
BAÑOS VALLEJO, FERNANDO JUAN
Credits ECTS: 6,00
Theoretical credits: 0,00
Practical credits: 0,60
Distance-base hours: 5,40

Departments involved

  • Dept: MIXED LANGUAGES
    Area: ARABIC AND ISLAMIC STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: MIXED LANGUAGES
    Area: FRENCH STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: SPANISH STUDIES, GENERAL LINGUISTICS AND THEORY OF LITERATURE
    Area: SPANISH LANGUAGE
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,2
    This Dept. is responsible for the course.
    This Dept. is responsible for the final mark record.
  • Dept: SPANISH STUDIES, GENERAL LINGUISTICS AND THEORY OF LITERATURE
    Area: GENERAL LINGUISTICS
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,07
  • Dept: SPANISH STUDIES, GENERAL LINGUISTICS AND THEORY OF LITERATURE
    Area: SPANISH LITERATURE
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,2
  • Dept: SPANISH STUDIES, GENERAL LINGUISTICS AND THEORY OF LITERATURE
    Area: LITERARY THEORY AND COMPARED LITERATURE
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,07
  • Dept: ENGLISH STUDIES
    Area: ENGLISH STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: PREHISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ANCIENT HISTORY, GREEK AND LATIN STUDIES
    Area: GREEK STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: PREHISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, ANCIENT HISTORY, GREEK AND LATIN STUDIES
    Area: LATIN STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01
  • Dept: CATALAN STUDIES
    Area: CATALAN STUDIES
    Theoretical credits: 0
    Practical credits: 0,01

Study programmes where this course is taught