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LATIN LANGUAGE 1
LINGUA LATINA I

A.Y. Credits
2016/2017 6
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Giorgia Bandini Dr Bandini is available on Thursday and Friday. Any meeting will be requested by the student via email

Assigned to the Degree Course

Humanities, Cultural Heritage Studies and Philosophy (L-10)
Curriculum: FILOLOGICO-LETTERARIO MODERNO
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The course is meant for students who already have gained at least a rudimentary knowledge of Classical Latin. The teacher will lead them to a closer familiarity with the aforementioned language by focusing on peculiar problems of pronounce, morphology, syntax and lexicon.

Program

The syllabus is twofold.

The first section is a general part (PARTE ISTITUZIONALE) to improve and consolidate knowledge of Latin language:

  • Phonetic problems
  • Morphology problems
  • Syntax problems

The second section (CORSO MONOGRAFICO) is developed by the teacher, and will offer a thorough survey and commentary to important Latin comedy, i Menaechmi (vv. arg. 1-10, 77-273, 486-523, 701-752, 808-875, 889-967, 1062-1083).

Bridging Courses

Knowledge of Latin language, even if rudimentary, is required.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

The student will acquire

  • a basic but solid knowledge of Classical Latin, including phonetics, morphology, syntax,
  •  is able to translate and comment upon the required text.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Lessons given by the module organizer.

Attendance

None.

Course books
  • Students who should want to refresh Latin morphology or syntax may read some (non mandatory) companions, such as:
    • A. Traina - L. Pasqualini, Morfologia latina, Bologna 1980.
    • Dionigi- E. Riganti-L. Morisi, Il latino, Laterza, Bari 2011
    • A. Traina- T, Bertotti, Sintassi normativa della lingua latina, Cappelli, Bologna 1993.
  • The mandatory companion for all students will be: A. Traina- G. Bernardi Perini, Propedeutica al latino universitario, Pàtron, Bologna 2007, capp. I-VI.
  • Latin text (the text will be given by the teacher directly to the students; alternatively any edition will be acceptable): Tito Maccio Plauto, Menaechmi vv. arg. 1-10, 77-273, 486-523, 701-752, 808-875, 889-967, 1062-1083.
Assessment

Oral exam. The students will be asked to translate and comment upon a selection of the texts read in class, with a peculiar focus on problems of Latin grammar as presented by those very texts.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

The student will study on his own.

Attendance

No.

Course books
  • Students who should want to refresh Latin morphology or syntax may read some (non mandatory) companions, such as:
    • A. Traina - L. Pasqualini, Morfologia latina, Bologna 1980.
      • Dionigi- E. Riganti-L. Morisi, Il latino, Laterza, Bari 2011
    • A. Traina- T, Bertotti, Sintassi normativa della lingua latina, Cappelli, Bologna 1993.
  • The mandatory companion for all students will be: A. Traina- G. Bernardi Perini, Propedeutica al latino universitario, Pàtron, Bologna 2007, capp. I-VI.
  • Latin text (the texts will be given by the teacher directly to the students; alternatively any edition will be acceptable): Tito Maccio Plauto, Menaechmi vv. arg. 1-10, 77-273, 486-523, 701-752, 808-875, 889-967, 1062-1083.
Assessment

Oral exam. The students will be asked to translate and comment upon a selection of the text in program, with a peculiar focus on problems of Latin grammar as presented by those very texts.

Notes

none

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