. – Russian Language 1 (Language and Phonology)
PROFESSOR ANNA BONOLA
- This course is intended also for Russian Language 2 (Language,
Morphosyntax and Lexicon) students
Text under revision. Not yet approved by academic staff.
COURSE AIMS
The course will introduce the student to the theory and practice of the Russian
phonetic-phonological system to enable them to grasp its communicative value and
improve their language skills.
In addition, the course will survey the Slavic languages and their origins and study
the international transliteration system.
COURSE CONTENT
Phonetics and intonation
The student will learn about the theory and practice of the principles of the Russian
phonetic system and the seven models of Russian intonation.
READING LIST
I.V. ODINCOVA, Zvuki, ritmika, intonacija, Flinta - nauka, Moskva, 2006 (photocopies obtainable
from the Reprographics Departments starting September; the photocopies include the texts of
the exercises to be carried out in the multimedia lab. The students must bring the photocopies
with them as from the first lesson).
A. BONOLA, Gli slavi attraverso l’Europa, in B. CAMBIAGHI - C. MILANI - P. PONTANI, Europa
plurilingue, Vita e Pensiero, Milan, 2005 (pp. 175-191) (Blackboard course materials).
L. KASATKIN – L. KRYSIN – V. ŽIVOV, Il russo, La nuova Italia, Florence, 1995 (only pp. 65-143,
photocopies obtainable from the Reprographics Departments starting September).
The audio files used in class can be downloaded from the materials folder of the Blackboard
version of the course.
TEACHING METHOD
Lectures and practical classes in the multimedia lab.
ASSESSMENT METHOD
Final oral exam.
NOTES
The course will be held in the first semester.
Further information can be found on the lecturer's webpage at
http://docenti.unicatt.it/web/searchByName.do?language=ENG, or on the Faculty notice
board.
Russian Language Practical Classes
Information on the practical classes can be found in the Year 1 course programme for
Three-year course students.
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