Laboratório de Língua

Teacher Responsible: Maria Cristina Vieira da Silva
1º Ano | 2º Semestre
Learning objectives
1. Master the meta-language Distinguish between concepts of Language and Natural Language Identify the properties of language Relate the concept of Linguistic Variation and Standard language Understand the concepts: Constituent; Immediate Constituent 2. Observe / Describe linguistic data Identify domains where the grammatical knowledge is organized Identify complex sentences by coordination and subordination Distinguish between types of subordination 3. Know the instruments of linguistic representation Know the instruments of linguistic normalization Know the constituency identification tests 4. Analyze linguistic data by handling of representation instruments Handling linguistic normalization instruments Analyze the internal structure of complex words Apply the constituency identification tests Analyze the constituents' structure of the sentence up to the main constituents' level Punctuate a text Explain the punctuation conventions

1. Language, Natural Language, variation and linguistic normalization Language and Natural Language(s)/Properties of the verbal Language/Knowledge and use of Natural Language/Linguistic variation/Linguistic normalization 2. Grammar. Grammar as a device to regulate linguistic behaviour/Grammar as a description of the natural language knowledge/The organization of the grammar and domains of linguistic analysis: Lexicon and morphology, syntax, phonology, semantic and speech pragmatic 3. Lexicon, morphology and semantic What we know when we know a word/Word and its constituents/Flexional and derivational morphology/The formation process of new words 4. The syntax Intuitions about the structure of the combinations of words/Constituents and constituents´ identification exams. Their representation/Syntactical functions and concordance processes/Simple and complex sentences/Complex sentences properties' formed by coordination and subordination 5. Punctuation

Teaching methodologies (including evalution)

Each program´s component will contemplate theoretical classes, mainly descriptive in nature, that constitute the origin of the theoretical-practical classes used as a space for analysis, the commentary of support texts, the correction of worksheets, and the presentation and discussion of group-works. Also foreseen are classes with a laboratorial character that will solve and correct exercises and experiments by handling linguistic data, under the teacher´s guidance, with the goal of developing relevant competences. The learning evaluation in this discipline will be ruled by the arranged in Rules for the Evaluation of the Higher School of Education of Paula Frassinetti. The continuous evaluation will consider, besides the aspects of formative evaluation, the following elements of the summative one: - 2 written tests (70%: 35%+35%) - 1 group-work (30%)

Essential Bibliography (including ISBN)

COSTA, J. (2008). Estudar Gramática: (des)interesse e (in)utilidade, Revista do Externato Cooperativo da Benedita. Maio, 23-29, disponível em DUARTE, I. (2000) Língua Portuguesa. Instrumentos de Análise, Lisboa: Universidade Aberta. ISBN 972-674-297-8. FARIA, I. H. et alia (1996) Introdução à Linguística Geral e Portuguesa, Lisboa: Editorial Caminho. ISBN 972-21-1048-9. RAPOSO, E. B. P. et al. (2013). Gramática do Português I e II. Lisboa: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. ISBN 978-972-31-1456-0. SILVA, C.V. (2008) O valor do conhecimento gramatical no ensino-aprendizagem da língua. Revista Saber (e) Educar, nº 13, pp. 89-106, disponível em ISSN 0873-3600. SIM-SIM, I.; I. Duarte & M. J. Ferraz (1997) A Língua Materna na Educação Básica: Competências Nucleares e Níveis de Desempenho. Lisboa: Ministério da Educação (Departamento da Educação Básica). ISBN 972-742-084-2.