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Uvod u studij engleske književnosti 1

Uvod u studij engleske književnosti 1
Nositelji kolegija: dr. sc. Vanja Polić, izv. prof. i dr. sc. Sven Cvek, doc.
Izvođači kolegija:  Cvek, Polić, Domines Veliki, Klepač, Tutek
ECTS bodovi: 4
Jezik: engleski
Trajanje: 1 semestar (zimski), 1 sat predavanja i 1 sat seminara tjedno
Status: obavezan
Način polaganja kolegija: Kontinuirana provjera znanja. Za studente koji su zadovoljili sve druge elemente kontinuirane provjere znanja ali nisu položili prvi i/ili drugi kolokvij, organizirat će se dodatna tri termina nadoknade (u svakom ispitnom roku po jedan).

Opis kolegija: Kolegij nudi pregled književnoteorijskih paradigmi od antike do prve polovice dvadesetog stoljeća. Osim genealogije književne teorije kao discipline, kolegij naznačuje razvoj engleske književnosti od anglosaksonskoga perioda do početka 20. st. Studenti se upoznaju s britanskim i američkim djelima iz različitih perioda, glavnim književnim pokretima i najznačajnijim autori(ca)ma.

Ciljevi: Kolegij je koncipiran kao uvod u metodologiju i teoriju proučavanja književnosti. Izbor književnih tekstova koji će se obrađivati na kolegiju pomaže studentima da razviju osnovne vještine analitičkog čitanja tekstova.

Studentske obaveze: Konačna ocjena temelji se na kontinuiranoj provjeri znanja. Ona uključuje sljedeće elemente: redovito pohađanje nastave (broj dozvoljenih izostanaka: 4), pripremu za nastavu, aktivno sudjelovanje u nastavi, obavezno pristupanje dvama kolokvijima. Konačna ocjena iz kolegija zbirna je ocjena kontinuirane provjere znanja, gdje 50% ocjene čine dva kolokvija, a 50% ostali elementi. Svi elementi kontinuirane provjere znanja moraju biti zadovoljeni da bi konačna ocjena bila pozitivna.

Raspored nastave po tjednima

1. tjedan
a. Upoznavanje, pregled kolegija i studentskih obaveza.
b. Problemi definiranja predmeta izučavanja
Književnost/ književna teorija/ periodizacija.

2. tjedan
a. Klasična grčka kritika
Predstavljanje/prikazivanje; mimeza, dijegeza; showing, telling; vidovi predstavljanja; poiesis i filozofija; poiesis i historiografija; retorika; alegorija i alegorijska interpretacija; klasični žanrovi; drama.
Plato: The Republic, Ion (izbor)
Aristotle: Poetics (izbor)
Heraclitus the Allegorist. Homeric Problems (izbor)
b. Klasična rimska kritika
the Augustan Age; imitation; preskriptivna i deskriptivna poetika; dulce et utile; translatio studii; art as craft.
Horace: The Art of Poetry (izbor)

3. tjedan
Srednji vijek
Rani, visoki i kasni srednji vijek; kršćanstvo; vernacular literature; alegorija i alegorijska interpretacija.
Srednjovjekovna poetika (izbor)
Beowulf (OE; anglosaksonski pogled na svijet; alliterative verse) (izbor)
Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales (ME, “middle world”; srednjovjekovni žanrovi; heroic couplet) (izbor)

4. tjedan
Renesansa/ Rani moderni period
The Elizabethan Age (Shakespearean/English sonnet, Elizabethan drama); the Reformation; humanism; printing; discoveries of the New World; the new cosmos; belles-lettres
Sir Philip Sidney. Defence of Poesie
Shakespeare (izbor iz soneta)

5. tjedan
a. 17. stoljeće
kontinuiteti i promjene u poetici; the metaphysical conceit vs metaphor
Francis Bacon, Advancement of Learning (izbor)
John Donne “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning”; “The Flea” (izbor)
George Herbert “Death”; “Man” (izbor)
John Milton (izbor)
b. Neoklasicizam
The Restoration vs. the Age of Pope vs. the Age of Johnson; art as craft; wit; decorum; verisimilitude; ancients and moderns (Swift); nastanak romana (Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, Henry Fielding, Jonathan Swift, Laurence Sterne etc)
Samuel Johnson “The Preface to Shakespeare”
Alexander Pope. “An Essay on Criticism” (izbor)

6. tjedan
Romantičarski pokret
empiricist vs. idealist philosophy (Locke vs. Kant); imagination, the principle of organic form; the willing suspension of disbelief; American transcendentalism
William Wordsworth “Preface” Lyrical Ballads 2nd ed.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Biographia Literaria (izbor)
Ralph Waldo Emerson. “The Poet”; “Nature” (izbor)

7. tjedan
Viktorijansko doba
pre-Raphaelites vs. Victorian/Realist vs. Aestheticism and Decadence; realist novel (literary realism); text-based vs. idea-based criticism (Arnold vs. Pater)
Matthew Arnold “The Function of Criticism at the Present Time”
Oscar Wilde “Preface” The Picture of Dorian Gray

8. tjedan
kolokvij 1

9. tjedan
New Criticism
intrinsic/extrinsic; close-reading; I.A. Richards (metaphor)
T. S. Eliot “The Metaphysical Poets”, “Tradition and the Individual Talent” (izbor)
Cleanth Brooks “The Well-Wrought Urn”
René Wellek and Austin Warren: Chapters “The Mode of Existence of a Literary Work of Art”; The Nature and Modes of Narrative Fiction” Theory of Literature (izbor)

10. tjedan
Ferdinand de Saussure
structural linguistics; language/reality; structure; langue/parole, linguistic sign; arbitrariness; semiology/semiotics
“Course in General Linguistics” (izbor)

11. tjedan
Russian Formalism
– literary vs. poetic language; literariness; devices, estrangement/defamiliarization; laying bare; poetry, fabula/syzhet; the dominant
Viktor Shklovsky “Art as Technique”; Roman Jakobson “Linguistics and Poetics”; Boris Eichenbaum “Introduction to the Formal Method” (izbor)

12. tjedan
Narratology
story/discourse; order/duration; frequency; setting; characters (Genette, Chatman)
* praktični dio (close reading kratke priče iz britanskog ili američkog modernizma)

13. tjedan
Narratology continued
point of view /focalization; levels of focalization
* praktični dio (close reading kratke priče iz britanskog ili američkog modernizma)

14. tjedan
kolokvij 2

LITERATURA:
Kraći književni tekstovi po izboru nastavnika.
John Peck and Martin Coyle. A Brief History of English Literature. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002.
M.H. Abrams, A Glossary of Literary Terms, 7th ed., New York: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1999 (1957).
Peter Barry, Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press, 2002 (1995). (izbor)
Richard Harland, Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes. An Introduction History. Hamshire/New York: Palgrave, 1999. (izbor)
Seymour Chatman, Story and Discourse: Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film. Ithaca/London: Cornell University Press, 1980 (1978). (izbor)

 

Uvod u lingvistički studij engleskog jezika

Naziv kolegija: Uvod u lingvistički studij engleskog jezika EN1L01
Nositelj kolegija: dr. sc. Mateusz Milan Stanojević, doc.
Nastavnik:
dr.sc. Marina Grubišić, postdoktorand

ECTS-bodovi: 6 bodova
Jezik: engleski
Semestar: I. (zimski)
Status: obvezatni
Oblik nastave: 4 sata predavanja
Uvjeti: —

 

Tjedan Tema Bilješke
1 Introduction Orientation, syllabus
  Introduction Scientific study of language. Levels of linguistic study.
2 Articulatory phonetics The sounds of English in comparison with the sounds of Croatian – a review of familiar notions. Articulatory description of sounds. Notation of sounds – transcription. The vocal tract and the ways of making sounds.(Ch. 4. in Yule (2006)
  The sounds of English Using the vocal tract to produce the sounds of English. Articulatory description of consonants, vowels and diphthongs. Some basic contrasts with Croatian. (Ch. 4 in Yule (2006))
3 Suprasegmentals. Acoustic and auditory phonetics. Suprasegmentals: stress, tone, intonation and their importance in meaning. Basic contrasts with Croatian. Measurement of sound waves and sound perception: examples of studies, their results and their significance.
  The sound pattern of a language. Phonology: the organization of sounds. Basic terms: phonemes, allophones, minimal pairs, phonotactics. Phonological alternations in English (and some basic contrasts with Croatian). (Ch 5 in Yule (2006); Ch. 1 in Fasold & Connor Linton (2006)). Additional reading: chapter 3 from Josipović (1999).
4 Constructing words in a language Examples of the way words are constructed in English. Basic contrasts with Croatian. Phonotactic, semantic and functional limitations to making new words vs. acceptable innovations. How words become conventionalized. Why words – psychological reality vs. definitional problems. Morphemes.
  Morphological operations. Derivation and inflection Morphemes, types of morphemes. Allomorphs. Ch. 7 in Yule (2006). Basic morphological operations: affixation, reduplication, ablaut and suppletion. Definitions of derivation and inflection. Examples. Ch. 3. in Fasold & Connor Linton (2006)).
5 Derivation and inflection Types of derivation. Types of inflection. The significance of inflection and derivation in English and Croatian. Examples and exercises.
  Combining units: phrases and sentences The basis of word combinations: meaning and grammar. Word classes and their characteristics. Problems with defining word classes. Larger units: phrases clauses, sentences. Head and dependents. Syntax: definition. Morphology and syntax: grammar. Ch. 8 in Yule (2006).
6 Syntax The basis of word combinations – an overview of verbal and nominal grammatical categories. English vs. Croatian verbal categories: tense, aspect, mood, voice. (Selected terms from a glossary of linguistic terms).
  Syntax English vs. Croatian nominal categories: case, number, gender. Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations in syntax. Syntactic functions vs. word classes. Exercises. Revision. Basics of generative grammar. Ch. 9 in Yule (2006).
7 Continuous assessment 1  
  Continuous assessment 1 Review.
8 Semantics The centrality of meaning in linguistic analysis. The study of meaning on all linguistic levels: phonology (contrastive; suprasegmentals & intonation) morphology (definitional), syntax (the meaning of word combinations, phrases and sentences). Two levels of meaning: individual units (lexical meaning) & their combinations (phrases, sentences). Conceptual and associative meaning. Lexical relations (synonymy, antonymy, homonymy (homophony), polysemy).
  Semantics (cont.) Lexical relations (hyponymy, prototypes; metonymy). Semantics of word combinations: simple addition or emergent meaning? Collocations, idioms. Semantic features, feature analysis, its problems. Semantic roles. Ch 10 in Yule (2006). Semantic studies – key interests.
9 Pragmatics Meaning in context: pragmatics. Various examples of contextual meaning differences: knowledge of the world and culture, inference. Deixis: person, time, space; what English and Croatian code. Speech acts (introduction, examples).
  Pragmatics. Discourse analysis. Speech acts (classification, felicity conditions). Pragmatic principles: cooperation, politeness. Interpreting discourse: cohesion & coherence, speech events, turn-taking, hedges, schemas and scripts. Chapters 11 & 12 in Yule (2006).
10 Continuous assessment 2  
  Continuous assessment 2 Review
11 Language history and language variation: diachronic linguistics. Synchrony vs. diachrony (revision). Family trees, family relationships, comparative reconstruction. Examples.
  Language history and language variation (cont.) Old English, Middle English, Modern English. The process of change, sound changes, syntactic changes, lexical changes. Ch. 17 in Yule (2006).Language variation: sociolinguisticsLectal varieties: geographical, social, educational distribution. Language continuum. Examples of varieties of English around the world. Examples of sociolinguistic research: methods, participants and results. Sociolinguistic interview. Ch. 18 & 19 in Yule (2006).
  Language and mind; language and culture. Revision of material. Examples of exam questions. Exercises. Discussion of study questions. What is different in language structure (a review of examples). What is common to all languages: typology and universals. Beyond linguistic structure: the body and culture as a source of similarities / differences. Examples (the significance of body parts in various languages). Universality / relativity: the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Some more examples (colors, kinship terms).
13 Continuous assessment 3  
  Continuous assessment 3 Review

Literatura:
Obavezna literatura:
– Yule, George (2006). The Study of Language. 3rd ed. Cambridge University Press

Dodatna literatura:
– Fasold, Ralph W., and Connor-Linton, Jeff (eds.) (2006). An Introduction to Language and Linguistics. Cambridge University Press
– Josipović, Višnja (1999). Phonetics and Phonology for Students of English. Zagreb: Targa, str. 25-31
– Lyons, John (1981). Language and Linguistics. An Introduction. Cambridge University Press, str. 34-65; 100-135

 

Uvod u studij engleske književnosti (arhiva)

Naziv kolegija: Uvod u studij engleske književnosti (ak. god. 2014./15. i ranije)
Izvođači kolegija: Polić, Cvek, Klepač, Domines Veliki, Tutek, Polak
ECTS bodovi: 6

Trajanje: 1 semestar (zimski), 1 sat predavanja i 2 sata seminara tjedno
Status: obvezatni
Način polaganja kolegija: kontinuirana provjera znanja. Za studente koji su zadovoljili sve druge elemente kontinuirane provjere znanja ali nisu položili prvi ili drugi kolokvij, organizirat će se jedan izvanredni ispitni termin.
Opis kolegija: Kolegij obrađuje povijest književnih teorija s posebnim naglaskom na temeljne teorijske i kritičke pravce 20. i 21. stoljeća (ruski formalizam, strukturalizam, američka nova kritika, poststrukturalizam, psihoanalitička teorija, feminizam, postkolonijalna teorija). Studenti se također okvirno upoznaju s poviješću britanske i američke književnosti.
Ciljevi: Kolegij je koncipiran kao uvod u metodologiju proučavanja književnosti te terminologiju koja se pritom rabi. Izbor književnih tekstova koji će se obrađivati na kolegiju pomaže studentima da razviju osnovne vještine analitičkog čitanja tekstova.Studenti također uče osnove akademskog pisma.
Studentske obveze: ispunjavanje svih elemenata kontinuirane provjere znanja koji uključuju: redovito pohađanje nastave (broj dozvoljenih izostanaka: 4), pripremu za nastavu, aktivno sudjelovanje na nastavi, pravovremenu predaju seminarskog rada i obvezno pristupanje dvama kolokvijima. Konačna ocjena iz kolegija zbirna je ocjena kontinuirane provjere znanja (seminarski rad 40%; dva kolokvija 40%; ostalo 20%). Svi elementi kontinuirane provjere znanja moraju biti zadovoljeni da bi konačna ocjena bila pozitivna.

Program nastave po tjednima
1. tjedan

Upoznavanje, uvodne napomene.

Prilog: pregled periodizacije engleske i američke književnosti.
2. tjedan
Predstavljanje/prikazivanje; mimeza, dijegeza; showing, telling; vidovi predstavljanja

Plato: The Republic (izbor) / “Ion”
Aristotle: Poetics (izbor)
Horace: The Art of Poetry (izbor)
Knjiž. tekst: Beowulf (odlomci) / an old English elegy / G. Chaucer: Canterbury Tales (izabrani tekst) / Alexander Pope: “An Essay on Criticism” (izbor)*
3. tjedan
Figurativni jezik (tropi i ostale vrste figura): metafora, metonimija, alegorija, sinegdoha, ironija, personifikacija, hiperbola, poredba, končeto, simbol, itd.
Knjiž. tekst: renesansni soneti / engleski manirizam (tzv. metafizička škola) – izbor / John Milton (odabrani primjeri) / The Pilgrim’s Progress / The Fairy Queen (odabrani dijelovi) / biblijska parabola*
4. tjedan
Metrika: vrste stiha, vrste versifikacije, stopa, opkoračenje, rima, itd.

Knjiž. tekst: v. prethodni tjedan.*
5. tjedan
Proza: strukturalistička naratologija, problem pripovijedanja, siže/fabula, vrste pripovjedača, pouzdanost, književni postupak, očuđenje, fokalizacija, pripovjedne razine
Knjiž. tekst: H. James, The Turn of the Screw/ E A Poe: “The Oval Portrait” / N. Hawthorne: “Young Goodman Brown”*
6. tjedan
story/discourse/narration; poredak, učestalost, način, glas, funkcije, aktant/lik, binarne opozicije

Knjiž. tekst: v. prethodni tjedan.*
7. tjedan
Jezični znak; langue/parole; označitelj/označeno; razlika

Knjiž. tekst: J. Joyce: Dubliners (odabrane novele) / J. Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (izbor) / Laurence Sterne: Tristram Shandy (izbor)*
8. tjedan
1. kolokvij; upute za pisanje seminarskoga rada.
9. tjedan
Autor, autorstvo, subjekt (povijesni i diskurzivni), diskurs, intertekstualnost, “smrt autora”
10. tjedan
Klasa, ideologija, subjekt ideologije, subverzija/ sputavanje, dijalogičnost
Knjiž. tekst: R H Davis: Life in the Iron Mills / Herman Melville: “Bartleby, the Scrivener”, “The Paradise of Bachelors and the Tartarus of Maids” / Walt Whitman: The Leaves of Grass (izbor) / Henry James: Daisy Miller / Oscar Wilde: The Importance of Being Earnest*
11. tjedan
Identiteti: spol/rod; drugost; preispisivanje kanona; “the uncanny”; nesvjesno; mehanizam sna; Edipov kompleks

Knjiž. tekst: Ch. Perkins Gilman: “The Yellow Wall-Paper”/ Emily Dickinson (izbor iz poezije) / Nella Larsen: Quicksand / Angela Carter: The Bloody Chamber (izbor)*
12. tjedan
Tijelo, izvedba, žudnja, seksualni sustavi, esencijalizam/konstrukcionizam

Knjiž. tekst: Judith Wright: “Naked Girl and Mirror” / Nella Larsen: Quicksand / Oscar Wilde: The Importance of Being Earnest / Alfred Douglas: “Two Loves” / W. Shakespeare: Sonnet 144*
13. tjedan
Rasa/etničnost, dvostruko drugo, kolonizirani identitet, mimikrija, orijentalizam, hibridnost

Knjiž. tekst: Doris Lessing: This Was the Old Chief’s Country (izbor) / Nella Larsen: Quicksand / Chinua Achebe: “The Sacrifical Egg” / Olaudah Equiano: Narrative / Frederick Douglass: The Narrative of FD, Written by Himself / J. Conrad: Heart of Darkness / Oodgeroo Noonuccal: “We Are Going” / Sherman Alexie: Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven (izbor)*
14. tjedan
2. kolokvij


Napomena: *Ili drugi tekstovi po izboru predavača.

Popis literature:
OBVEZNA LITERATURA:
1) Izbor iz književnih tekstova na engleskom jeziku.
2) John Peck and Martin Coyle. A Brief History of English Literature. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002.
3) M.H. Abrams, A Glossary of Literary Terms, 7th ed., New York: Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1999 (1957).
4) Peter Barry, Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, Manchester/New York: Manchester University Press, 2002 (1995).

DOPUNSKA:
1) M. H. Abrams et al, eds. The Norton Anthology of English Literature. 7thed. New York: Norton, 2000.
2) Jonathan Culler. Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford UP, 1997.
3) Joseph Gibaldi. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th ed. New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2003.
4) Paul Lauter, gen. ed. The Heath Anthology of American Literature. Vols. 1 & 2. 3rd ed. Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1998.
5) Vincent B. Leitch, gen. ed. The Norton Anthology of Criticism and Theory. New York, London: W.W. Norton, 2001.
6) Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin, eds. Critical Terms for Literary Study. 2nd ed. Chicago, London: Chicago UP, 1995.
7) David Lodge, ed. Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader. 1988. London, New York: Longman, 1991.
8) Raman Selden, Peter Widdowson and Peter Brooker. A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory. 5th ed. London: Longman, 2005.
9) René Wellek and Austin Warren, Theory of Literature, London/New York/Victoria/Ontario/Auckland: Penguin Books, 1993 (1946).

 

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Suvremeni engleski jezik 1

Naziv kolegija: Suvremeni engleski jezik 1
Nastavnici
: lektori (Majerovic, Zgaga, Zubak Pivarski)
ECTS-bodovi: 5 bodova
Jezik: engleski
Semestar: I. (zimski)
Status: obvezatni
Oblik nastave: 2 sata seminara + 2 sata vježbi na tjedan
Uvjeti: upisan studij Engleskog jezika i književnosti
Ispit: pismeni i usmeni
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IZVEDBENI PLAN NASTAVE KOLEGIJA SUVREMENI ENGLESKI JEZIK 1

CILJEVI KOLEGIJA:
Cilj je da studenti nauče kako samostalno i kontinuirano raditi na razvijanju visokog stupnja sposobnosti razumijevanja, te sposobnosti pismenog i usmenog izražavanja na engleskome jeziku. Također trebaju naučiti koristiti različite priručnike, prvenstveno rječnike i gramatike, što je nužno za samostalan rad na tekstu i preduvjet je za praćenje ostalih kolegija.

SADRŽAJI KOLEGIJA:
Sadržaji kolegija obuhvaćaju intenzivno proučavanje engleske normativne gramatike, te detaljnu obradu različitih tekstova, s ciljem proširenja vokabulara, razumijevanja stilski različitih tekstova, upoznavanja anglofonih kultura i razvijanja vlastite sposobnosti pismenog i usmenog izražavanja.

NAČIN RADA:
U nastavi se izmjenjuje učenje gramatike i rad na tekstovima. Tekstovi su odabrani i skupljeni u zbirci (reader), koju studenti dobivaju na početku semestra. Obuhvaćaju kratka prozna djela suvremenih autora s engleskog govornog područja i autorske novinske članke. Budući da je važno da tekstovi budu recentni, u izvedbenom planu ne navode se njihovi naslovi.
Gramatičke strukture engleskog jezika uvježbavaju se na zadacima koje tijekom semestra pripremaju nastavnici.

STUDENTSKE OBVEZE I ELEMENTI VREDNOVANJA:
Studenti trebaju redovno pohađati nastavu (najviše tri izostanka u semestru) i aktivno sudjelovati u nastavi, te unaprijed pripremati zadane tekstove i samostalno rješavati zadatke. Tijekom semestra nastavnici bilježe i ocjenjuju napredak svakog pojedinog studenta kroz riješene zadaće, testove koje studenti pišu na nastavi, te individualnu nastavu (tutoriale). Pod uvjetom da su ispunili predviđene obaveze (redovno pohađanje, zadaće, testovi, tutorial) do kraja redovne nastave, studenti na kraju semestra polažu ispit kojim se provjerava gradivo čitavog semestra. Nakon položenog pismenog ispita student pristupa usmenom ispitu kod svojeg lektora koji utvrđuje konačnu ocjenu. Ukoliko student ne položi usmeni ispit do kraja ispitnog roka, mora ponovno izaći na pismeni ispit u sljedećem redovnom roku (ljetni, jesenski).

OBAVEZNA LITERATURA:
– ZBIRKA TEKSTOVA ZA KOLEGIJE SUVREMENI ENGLESKI JEZIK 1 I 2 (Reader for Students of CEL 1 and 2)
ZBIRKA ZADATAKA ZA KOLEGIJE SUVREMENI ENGLESKI JEZIK 1 i 2 – Bašić, Ivana; Zubak Pivarski, Marina: A Reader for Contemporary English Language 1 and 2, Zagreb: FF press, 2013
ZBIRKA GRAMATIČKIH ZADATAKA ZA KOLEGIJ SUVREMENI ENGLESKI JEZIK 1 – Bašić, Ivana; Majerović, Marko; Zubak Pivarski, Marina: Grammar Workbook for Contemporary English Language 1, Hrvatska sveučilišna naklada, Zagreb, 2016

GRAMATIKE
– Eastwood, John (2005). Oxford Learner’s Grammar: grammar finder, Oxford: Oxford University Press
– Swan, Michael (2005). Practical English Usage, Oxford: Oxford University Press
– Biber, Douglas; Susan Conrad; Geoffrey Leech (2002). Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English, Harlow: Longman, (Chapters 2, 3)

RJEČNICI
Studenti trebaju koristiti bar jedan jednojezični rječnik engleskog jezika, na primjer:
Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary. Seventh edition. (2005). Oxford: Oxford University Press

DODATNA LITERATURA:
– Biber, Douglas; Susan Conrad; Geoffrey Leech (2002). Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English, Harlow: Longman
– Eastwood, John (1994). Oxford Guide to English Grammar, Oxford: Oxford University Press (out of print)
– Karlovčan, Vjekoslav (2002). A Survey of English Grammar, Zagreb: Profil International

PRIKAZ IZVOĐENJA NASTAVE:
Kolegij Suvremeni engleski jezik 1 studenti pohađaju 4 sata tjedno, u dvije sesije. Semestar traje 15 tjedana, što iznosi 30 sesija. U izvedbenom planu prikazuje se gradivo koje će se obrađivati u svakoj sesiji. Nazivi nekih gramatičkih tematskih jedinica u izvedbenom se planu zbog jasnoće i preciznosti navode na engleskome jeziku.

1.       UVOD U GRAMATIKU ENGLESKOGA JEZIKA
      –   jezične razine (fonologija, morfologija, sintaksa + semantika)

 2.       UVOD U RAD NA TEKSTU
      –   upotreba rječnika, fonološka transkripcija
      –   obrada vokabulara, kulturološka pozadina teksta 

 3.       GRAMATIČKE JEDINICE: WORD, PHRASE, CLAUSE, SENTENCE
      –   pregled vrsta riječi
      –   pregled fraza
      –   pregled rečeničnih elemenata (funkcija u rečenici)

 4.       ODLIKE ENGLESKE MORFOLOGIJE I SINTAKSE
      –   usporedba s hrvatskim jezikom – oblici riječi, red riječi u rečenici, slaganje vremena

 5.       1. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE
      –   obrada teksta prema uputama iz uvodnog dijela

6.       GLAGOLI
      –   VERB:  word class, verb phrase, sentence element
      –   Verb classes: transitive, intransitive, linking
      –   Verb phrase: finite, non-finite (infinitives, participles, gerunds) – pregled

7.       1. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE – nastavak

8.       ANALIZA REČENICE
      –   rečenični elementi – S, V, O, C, A – sintaktička i semantička obrada
      –   types of clauses

9.       GLAGOLSKE KATEGORIJE
      –   voice, tense, modality, aspect – pregled
      –   auxiliary verbs, ordinary verbs

10.   2. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE
11.   TIME, TENSE, ASPECT – kombinacije i značenja
12.   2. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE – nastavak
13.   PROVJERA ZNANJA
14.    TENSES  – uvod , PRESENT TENSES
15.    3. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE
16.   PRESENT TENSES – ponavljanje

        PAST TENSES – uvod
17.   3. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE – nastavak
18.   PAST TENSES – ponavljanje
19.   4. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE
20.   IZRAŽAVANJE BUDUĆNOSTI
21.   4. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE – nastavak
22.   UVOD U MODALNE GLAGOLE

      –   značenja
      –   razlika od drugih glagola

23.   MODALNI GLAGOLI – vježbe
24.   MODALNI GLAGOLI – ponavljanje
25.  5. TEKST IZ ZBIRKE
26.   ACTIVE/PASSIVE VOICE
27.   NON-FINITE VERB FORMS

–   infinitives, gerunds, participles
–   non-finite clauses

28.   PONAVLJANJE GLAGOLSKIH VREMENA I OBLIKA
29.   PONAVLJANJE GLAGOLSKIH VREMENA I OBLIKA;
PONAVLJANJE VOKABULARA      
30.   PONAVLJANJE

 

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Uvod u lingvistički studij engleskog jezika-arhiv

Naziv kolegija: Uvod u lingvistički studij engleskog jezika EN1L01
Nositelj kolegija: dr. sc. Milena Žic Fuchs. red. prof..
Nastavnik:
  dr. sc. Mateusz Milan Stanojević, doc., Marina Grubišić

ECTS-bodovi:  6 bodova
Jezik: engleski
Semestar:  I. (zimski)
Status: obvezatni
Oblik nastave: 4 sata predavanja
Uvjeti: —

Tjedan Tema Bilješke
1 Introduction Orientation, syllabus
  Introduction Scientific study of language. Levels of linguistic study.
2 Articulatory phonetics The sounds of English in comparison with the sounds of Croatian – a review of familiar notions. Articulatory description of sounds. Notation of sounds – transcription. The vocal tract and the ways of making sounds.(Ch. 4. in Yule (2006)
  The sounds of English Using the vocal tract to produce the sounds of English. Articulatory description of consonants, vowels and diphthongs. Some basic contrasts with Croatian. (Ch. 4 in Yule (2006))
3 Suprasegmentals. Acoustic and auditory phonetics. Suprasegmentals: stress, tone, intonation and their importance in meaning. Basic contrasts with Croatian. Measurement of sound waves and sound perception: examples of studies, their results and their significance.
  The sound pattern of a language. Phonology: the organization of sounds. Basic terms: phonemes, allophones, minimal pairs, phonotactics. Phonological alternations in English (and some basic contrasts with Croatian). (Ch 5 in Yule (2006); Ch. 1 in Fasold & Connor Linton (2006)). Assignment 1. Additional reading: chapter 3 from Josipović (1999).
4 Constructing words in a language Examples of the way words are constructed in English. Basic contrasts with Croatian. Phonotactic, semantic and functional limitations to making new words vs. acceptable innovations. How words become conventionalized. Why words – psychological reality vs. definitional problems. Morphemes.
  Morphological operations. Derivation and inflection Morphemes, types of morphemes. Allomorphs. Ch. 7 in Yule (2006). Basic morphological operations: affixation, reduplication, ablaut and suppletion. Definitions of derivation and inflection. Examples. Ch. 3. in Fasold & Connor Linton (2006)).
5 Derivation and inflection Types of derivation. Types of inflection. The significance of inflection and derivation in English and Croatian. Examples and exercises. Assignment 2.
  Combining units: phrases and sentences The basis of word combinations: meaning and grammar. Word classes and their characteristics. Problems with defining word classes. Larger units: phrases clauses, sentences. Head and dependents. Syntax: definition. Morphology and syntax: grammar. Ch. 8 in Yule (2006).
6 Syntax I The basis of word combinations – an overview of verbal and nominal grammatical categories. English vs. Croatian verbal categories: tense, aspect, mood, voice. (Selected terms from a glossary of linguistic terms).
  Syntax I (cont.) English vs. Croatian nominal categories: case, number, gender. Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relations in syntax. Syntactic functions vs. word classes. Exercises. Revision.
7 Syntax II Sentence analysis. Generative grammar. Rules in generative grammar: structural, lexical, transformational. Tree diagram representation. Properties of generative grammar: generativeness, finite number of rules, recursion, relating similar sentences. Tree diagram representation. Deep and surface structure. Structural ambiguity. Ch. 9 in Yule (2006). Extra credit assignment 1.
  Revision. Revision of material, exercises. Preparation of assignments. Examples of exam questions.
8 Semantics The centrality of meaning in linguistic analysis. The study of meaning on all linguistic levels: phonology (contrastive; suprasegmentals & intonation) morphology (definitional), syntax (the meaning of word combinations, phrases and sentences). Two levels of meaning: individual units (lexical meaning) & their combinations (phrases, sentences). Conceptual and associative meaning. Lexical relations (synonymy, antonymy, homonymy (homophony), polysemy).
  Semantics (cont.) Lexical relations (hyponymy, prototypes; metonymy). Semantics of word combinations: simple addition or emergent meaning? Collocations, idioms. Semantic features, feature analysis, its problems. Semantic roles. Ch 10 in Yule (2006). Extra credit assignment 2. Semantic studies – key interests.
9 Pragmatics Meaning in context: pragmatics. Various examples of contextual meaning differences: knowledge of the world and culture, inference. Deixis: person, time, space; what English and Croatian code. Speech acts (introduction, examples).
  Pragmatics. Discourse analysis. Speech acts (classification, felicity conditions). Pragmatic principles: cooperation, politeness. Interpreting discourse: cohesion & coherence, speech events, turn-taking, hedges, schemas and scripts. Chapters 11 & 12 in Yule (2006).
10 Revision, bringing it all together. Human language and communication, unique properties of language Definitions of language – connection with levels of linguistic analysis. Theoretical issues – different theories – different emphases. Language and communication. Participants in communication. Issues in various definitions of language: unique properties of human language (displacement, arbitrariness, productivity, cultural transmission, duality). Description of each property and examples. Ch 2 in Yule (2006). Introduction in Fasold (2006).
  Language theories: basic tenets of structuralism. Different views of language: structuralism, generativism, functionalist theories. Linguistic theories and their application. Overview of structuralism. Langue-parole. Language as a system of signs. The linguistic sign. Double articulation. Binarity of language. Arbitrariness and iconicity. Paradigmatic vs. syntagmatic relations. Structuralism in practice (phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics).
11 Language history and language variation: diachronic linguistics. Synchrony vs. diachrony (revision). Family trees, family relationships, comparative reconstruction. Examples.
  Language history and language variation (cont.) Old English, Middle English, Modern English. The process of change, sound changes, syntactic changes, lexical changes. Ch. 17 in Yule (2006). Assignment 3.
12 Diachronic linguistic research: exercises Examples of grammatical and lexical change in English: reading OE and ME.
  Revision. Study questions Revision of material. Examples of exam questions. Exercises. Discussion of study questions.
13 Language variation: sociolinguistics Lectal varieties: geographical, social, educational distribution. Language continuum. Examples of varieties of English around the world. Examples of sociolinguistic research: methods, participants and results. Sociolinguistic interview. Ch. 18 & 19 in Yule (2006). Assignment 4.
  Language and mind; language and culture. What is different in language structure (a review of examples). What is common to all languages: typology and universals. Beyond linguistic structure: the body and culture as a source of similarities / differences. Examples (the significance of body parts in various languages). Universality / relativity: the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Some more examples (colors, kinship terms). Extra credit assignment 3.
14 First and second language, psycholinguistics. Acquisition vs. learning. Language acquisition device. The critical period hypothesis. Caregiver speech. Development of phonology & grammar. Research into children’s language. The aim of psycholinguistics. Psycholinguistic research methods, examples of studies, making conclusions.
  Linguistic research and applied linguistics Examples of research in various disciplines and the way research can be applied: pedagogical grammar, forensic issues, speech recognition, machine translation…
15 Study questions. Discussion of study questions.
  Revision. Revision of material. Examples of exam questions. Exercises.

Literatura:
Obavezna literatura:
– Yule, George (2006). The Study of Language. 3rd ed. Cambridge University Press

Dodatna literatura:
– Fasold, Ralph W., and Connor-Linton, Jeff (eds.) (2006). An Introduction to Language and Linguistics. Cambridge University Press
– Josipović, Višnja (1999). Phonetics and Phonology for Students of English. Zagreb: Targa, str. 25-31
– Lyons, John (1981). Language and Linguistics. An Introduction. Cambridge University Press, str. 34-65; 100-135