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TEATINOS CAMPUS
Faculty of Humanities
Dean: Dr. D. Rafael Domínguez Rodríguez

ECTS Main Co-ordinator: Prof. Remedios Martín Lorenzo

Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Campus de Teatinos s/n. 29071 – Málaga. Tlf: +34 952 131681. E-mail: rmartin@uma.es



Secretary:

Facultad de Filosofía y Letras

Campus de Teatinos s/n

29071 Málaga

Tel.: +34 952 131682

Fax: +34 952 131823

web page:

Departments:
Archaelogy and Medieval History Director: Luis Baena del Alcázar

Secretary: Mª Teresa López Beltrán

Tel: +34 952 13 17 36

Fax: +34 952 13 21 39

E-mail: lbaena@uma.es
Spanish Philology I and Romance Philology Director: Manuel Galeote López

Secretary: Manuel Crespillo

Tel: +34 952 13 17 73

Fax: +34 952 13 23 51

E-mail: FILOESP@uma.es
Spanish Philology II and Theory of Literature Director: Salvador Montesa Peydro

Secretary: Amparo Quiles Faz

Tel: +34 952 13 17 58

Fax: +34 952 13 17 58

E-mail: FILESPTL@uma.es
Greek Philology, Arabic Studies Director: Aurelio Pérez Jiménez

Secretary: Mª Antonia Martínez Núñez

Tel: +34 952 13 17 55

Fax: +34 952 13 18 38

E-mail: FGREARTI@uma.es
English, French and German Philology Director: Ricardo Redoli Morales

Secretary: Antonio Miranda García

Tel: +34 952 13 13 72 / 17 82

Fax: +34 952 13 18 43

E-mail: FILOINFR@uma.es
Latin Philology Director: Antonio Alberte González

Secretary: Fernando Sojo Rodríguez

Tel: +34 952 13 18 08

Fax: +34 952 13 18 23

E-mail: FILOLAT@uma.es
Philosophy Director: Pascual Martínez Freire

Secretary: Juan García GonzáIez

Tel: +34 952 13 18 20

Fax: +34 952 13 18 23

E-mail: FILOSOFIA@uma.es

Geography Director: Mª Carmen Ocaña Ocaña

Secretary: Benjamín Galacho Jiménez

Tel: +34 952 13 17 07

Fax: +34 952 13 17 00

E-mail: GEOGRAF@uma.es
History of Art Director: Rosario Camacho Martínez

Secretary: Isidoro Coloma Martin

Tel: +34 952 13 17 30

Fax: +34 952 13 18 23

E-mail: HAARTE@uma.es
Modern and Contemporary History Director: Antonio Nadal Sánchez

Secretary: Mª Isabel Pérez de Colosía Rodríguez

Tel: +34 952 13 17 17

Fax: +34 952 13 18 23

E-mail: HAMODCON@uma.es
Prehistory and Historiography Director: Pedro J. Arroyal Espigares

Secretary: Mª Teresa Martín Palma

Tel: +34 952 13 17 45

Fax: +34 952 13 18 23

E-mail: PRHANTEMED@uma.es
Translation and Interpretation Director: Leandro Félix

Secretary: Vicente Fernández González

Tel.: +34 952133421

Fax: +34 952133419

E-mail: l_felix@uma.es
Other ECTS Co-ordinators:


  • Antonio Nadal Sánchez (Munich, Rennes I, Paris III, Siena) nadals@uma.es

  • Jose Ignacio Velázquez Ezquerra (RennesI, Reims) jivelazquez@uma.es

  • Marcos Rodriguez Espinosa (Surrey, Roehampton Institute) respinosa@uma.es

  • Enrique Baena Peña (Torino) ebaena@uma.es

  • Aurelio Pérez Jiménez (Salerno, Creta, and Vrije in Amsterdam) aurelioperez@uma.es

  • Juan Antonio Perles Rochel (Those not mentioned before) perles@uma.es

  • Javier Calle Carabias jcalle@uma.es


Prerequisites:

Incoming students do not have any official prerequisites regarding their module choice.




HUMANITIES

a) BA in English Philology

b) BA in Spanish Philology

c) BA in Classical Philology

d) BA in History

e) BA in History of Art

f) BA in Geography

g) BA in Philosophy

J) BA in Translation and Interpretation

BA in English Philology
First Cycle/First Year:

CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

Annual










101

- English Phonetics and Phonology

8

10

102

- Historical Introduction to the English Language

7

9

103

- English Language I

7

9




1st Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

104

- Spanish Language

6.5

8

105

- English Literature I

6.5

8

106

- Theory of Literature

6.5

8




2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

107

- Linguistics

6.5

8

And an elective module chosen by students from the following:




108

- Second Language and its Literature I: Arab

5

6

109

- Second Language and its Literature I: French

5

6

110

- Second Language and its Literature I: Italian

5

6

138

- Second Language and its Literature I: German

5

6

And “Free Configuration Credits”.


Second Year:

CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

Annual










113

- Linguistic Sciences: A Specific Introduction for Anglicists

7

9

114

- Applied English Language

8

10




1st Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

111

- English Language II

6.5

8

112

- English Literature II

5.5

7

115

- North American Literature I

4

5

117

- North American History and Civilisation

4

5

And one module chosen by students from the following (Students must study the same module that they studied in the first year):




120

- Second Language and its Literature II: Arabic

5

6

121

- Second Language and its Literature II: French

5

6

122

- Second Language and its Literature II: Italian

5

6

139

- Second Language and its Literature II: Germany

5

6




2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

116

- North American Literature II

4

5

118

- History and Civilisation of the British Isles

4

5

119

- English Literary Texts

6.5

8


Second Cycle/Third Year:

CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

Annual










124

- History and Culture of English-speaking Countries

6.5

9

127

- Applied English Linguistics

7.5

10

128

- The English Novel

6.5

9




CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

1st Four-month Period










123

- English Grammar I

3.5

5

125

- History of the English Language I

3.5

5

126

- English Literature III

4.5

6

129

- North American Literature III

4.5

6




2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

130

- Ancient and Early Medieval English Texts

3.5

5

And elective modules, totalling 15 credits, chosen freely by students from the following:


Elective Modules:

2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

801

- English Stylistics

3.5

5

802

- English Semantics and Vocabulary

3.5

5

803

- English Lexicography as a Linguistic Application

3.5

5

804

- Eighteenth-century English Literature

3.5

5

805

- Nineteenth-century English Literature

3.5

5

807

- The Anglo-Saxons and the World

3.5

5

808

- Twentieth-century English Literature

3.5

5

809

- Modern-day Irish Language

3.5

5

810

- Financial and Commercial English

3.5

5

824

- Minority North American Literature

3.5

5

And “Free Configuration Credits”.


Fourth Year:

CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

Annual










133

- English Linguistics: Current Syntactical Trends

7.5

10

134

- English Theatre

6.5

9




1st Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

131

- English Grammar II

4

5

132

- English Literature IV

4.5

6

135

- North American Literature IV

4

5

136

- History of the English Language

4

5




2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

137

- Late Medieval and Early Modern English Texts

4

5

And elective modules, totalling 25 credits, chosen freely by students from the following:


Elective Modules:

CODE

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

1st Four-month Period










815

- Contemporary English History

4

5

816

- History and Civilisation of English-speaking Countries

4

5




2nd Four-month Period

MODULE

ECTS CREDITS

UMA CREDITS

811

- English Syntax

4

5

812

- Acquiring and Learning English as a Foreign Language

4

5

813

- Methodology and Didactics of the English Language

4

5

814

- Computational Linguistics Applied to English

4

5

817

- Medieval English Literature

4

5

818

- William Shakespeare

4

5

819

- North American Literary Genres

4

5

820

- Renaissance English Literature

4

5

821

- Scientific and Technical English

4

5

822

- Synchronic and Diachronic Semantics of the English Language

4

5

823

- Twentieth-century North American Literature

4

5

And “Free Configuration Credits”.


Module Descriptions
1st Year

Annual

101. English Phonetics and Phonology

1st Cycle; annual; 8 Credits.

The concept of phoneme and allophone. Definition of the terms “phonetics” and “phonology”. The English phonological system compared with the Spanish system. English vowels. English Diphthongs and triphthongs. English consonants. Models and functions of intonation.

Teaching Method: Lectures.

Examination Method: Written exam.

Bibliography:

ALCARAZ, E. y MOODY, B. (1993). Fonética Inglesa para Españoles (teoría y práctica). 3ed. Ed. Marfil. Alcoy.

BROOKES, M. (1997). Pronounce English. Ed. Larousse.

FOWLER, W.S. (1987). The Right Word. Walton-on-Thames: Nelson.

JONES, D (1997) English Pronouncing Dictionary (15™ ed. ). Cambridge U.P.

O'CONNNOR, J D (1971/82) Advanced Phonetic Reader. Cambridge:CUP

ROACH, P. (1994). English Phonetics and Phonology. 2nd. Edition. Cambridge U.P.

SANCHEZ BENEDITO, F (1994) Manual de pronunciación inglesa comparada con la española (2ed. revisada y ampliada con ejercicios). Madrid: Alhambra-Longman

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