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INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LITERATURES:

Encountering Hispanic Studies

“Encrucijada de caminos culturales” [Cultural Crossroads]



Fall 2015

MWF per. 4 (10:40-11:30) Mat. 13

Prof. Shifra Armon
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Ramón Calsina Baró

(Barcelona 1901-1992)

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Course Objectives


Encountering Hispanic Studies prepares students to move on to advanced literature courses. It provides the critical tools needed to approach, understand, and contextualize unfamiliar writings and film with greater confidence and expertise. Students will practice these skills by reading a variety of Spanish and Latin American texts and films associated with the course theme, Cultural Crossroads, and by discussing and writing about these works in Spanish.

Student Learning Outcomes


By the end of this course students will be able to

    1. Distinguish between analyzing a reading or filmg and subjectively reacting to it

    2. Identify three literary genres (poetry, prose-fiction and drama) and

    3. Explicate poetry, prose-fiction and drama using proper critical categories

    4. Explicate a film using proper critical categories

    5. Link historical circumstances to the concerns expressed (or hidden) in a literary text or film

    6. Find points of contact between themselves and readings from around the Spanish-speaking world written in a variety of styles, genres and periods

    7. Converse and write knowledgeably on the course theme: Cultural Crossroads

    8. Converse and write knowledgeably on a body of texts from Spain and Latin America

Texto obligatorio:


Friedman, Valdivieso, and Virgilio Aproximaciones 7th ed.

Otros recursos


YouTube: Hernán Bravo Varela, “Qué es la poesía” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow7YxOYqC2c

Youtube: Antonio Machado, “Caminante no hay camino” interpretado por Juan Manuel Serrat https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxPdipAtRsM

Youtube: Antonio García Megía, “Historia del teatro”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pntToe9VLW4

Película: Cinco días sin Nora [Nora’s Will], dir. M. Chenillo

Evaluation criteria


3 exams @30 90

5 blogs @10 50

8 homeworks checked @5 40

5 homeworks graded @20 100

Attendance/participation @10 20

Total 300


SPW 3100 sec. 2212

INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LITERATURES:

Encountering Hispanic Studies

Horario de clases con lecturas y tareas

Unidad 1: La prosa

Aug.

m 24 Introducción al curso

w 26 Práctica de lectura “Silvana,” “Conde Niño”

f 28 Introduction to Literary Study Approximaciones 7a ed. pp 1-8

m 31 Narrative Forms, Text as Communication pp. 10-13

Práctica: 1-4 pp. 22-24

Sep.

w 2 Elements of a literary text pp. 13-19

Práctica 5-7 pp. 22-24

f 4 Panorama of Spanish and Latin American Literary History pp. 24-32 (Galdos)

Cuestionario 1-7; Identificaciones 1-7 pp. 40, 41

m 7 feriado (NO HAY CLASE)

w 9 Panorama of Spanish and Latin American Literary History pp. 32-40

Cuestionario 8-11; Identificaciones 8-16 pp. 40, 41

f 11 Juan Manuel, El Conde Lucanor pp. 42-45

Cuestionario 1-9 p. 45

m 14 Blog 1 en CANVAS Aproximaciones Tema 2 p. 46

w 16 Cortázar, “La noche, boca arriba” pp. 61-67

Cuestionario 1-5 p. 67

f 18 Isabel Allende, “La mujer del juez” pp. 94-97

Cuestionario 1-6; Identificaciones 1-5 p. 101

m 21 Isabel Allende, “La mujer del juez” pp. 98-101

Cuestionario 7-10; Identificaciones 6-10 p. 101

w 23 Blog 2 en CANVAS Aproximaciones Tema 2 o 4 p. 101

f 25 Repaso

m 28 Examen 1

w 30 Película: Cinco días sin Nora [Nora’s Will], dir. M. Chenillo

Unidad 2: La poesía

Oct.

f 2 Introducción a la poesía pp. 138-143

Práctica 1-3 pp. 152, 53

m 5 Elementos de la versificación pp. 143-150

Práctica 4-6 pp. 151-152

w 7 El lenguaje literario, “tropos” pp. 152-158

Práctica B 1-20 p. 158-160

f 9 Blog 3 en CANVAS “¿Qué es la poesía” Youtube con el poeta mexicano Hernán Bravo Varela



m 12 Panorama of Spanish and Latin American Poetry pp. 160-166

Cuestionario 1-11 p. 172

w 14 Panorama of Spanish and Latin American Poetry pp. 166-172

Cuestionario 12-19; Identificaciones pp. 172, 73

f 16 Garcilaso de la Vega, Soneto XXIII (“En tanto…”) pp. 176, 178

Cuestionario 1-5 p. 178

m 19 Blog 4 en CANVAS: “Caminante no hay camino” Youtube de Antonio Machado, “Caminante” interpretado por Serrat



w 21 Teresa de Ávila, “Vivo sin vivir en mí,” “Nada te turbe” pp. 179-81

Cuestionarios p. 179-80 1-5; 1-4

f 23 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, “A su retrato,” “A una Rosa” pp. 190-191

Cuestionarios pp. 191-2 1-3; 1-4

m 26 Ángel González, “Cumpleaños de amor,” “Ciudad cero” pp. 238-40

Cuestionarios pp. 239, 40 1-4; 1-4

w 28 César Vallejo, “Yuntas,” “El momento más grave” pp. 216-18

Cuestionarios pp. 217, 18 1-3; 1-3

f 30 Repaso

Nov.

m 2 Examen 2

Unidad 3 Teatro

w 4 Introducción al teatro con Antonio García Megía,

f 6 feriado

m 9 BlOG 5 Análisis de una película: Átame, de Pedro Almodovar

Responder a las preguntas en CANVAS

w 11 feriado

f 13 Elementos de teatro pp. 256-262

Práctica B 1, B 2 pp. 270-272

m 16 La puesta en escena

Práctica B3, B4 pp. 270-272

w 18 Panorama histórica del teatro pp. 273-279

Cuestionario 1-8 pp. 289-90

f 20 Panorama histórica del teatro pp. 280-89

Cuestionario 9-13; Identificaciones 1-8 p. 290

m 23 Paloma Pedrero, “Resguardo personal” pp. 327-334

Cuestionario 1-11 p. 334

w 25 feriado

f 27 feriado

m 30 Sergio Vodanovic, “El delantal blanco” pp.310-314

Cuestionario 1-9 p. 319

Dec.

w 2 Sergio Vodanovic, “El delantal blanco” p. 315-318

Cuestionario 10-12; Identificaciones 1-5 p. 319

f 4 Repaso

m 7 Examen 3

w 9 Discusión y síntesis



Grade Scale

The grade scale for classes in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies is as follows:

A = 100-93

C(S) = 76-73


NOTE: A grade of C- will not be a qualifying grade for major, minor, Gen Ed, Gordon Rule or Basic Distribution Credit courses. For further information regarding passing grades and grade point equivalents, please refer to the Undergraduate Catalog at https://catalog.ufl.edu/ugrad/current/regulations/info/grades.aspx.

A- = 92-90

C-(U) = 72-70

B+ = 89-87

D+ = 69-67

B = 86-83

D = 66-63

B- = 82-80

D- = 62-60

C+ = 79-77

E = 59-0






Attendance, Participation Cell Phone Policy and Make-ups


Students are permitted three absences without penalty provided they do not miss class on the day of an exam (Sept. 28; Nov. 2; Dec. 7 ). After three absences, any additional unexcused absences will reduce the Attendance Participation grade by 2 points per absence. An absence can be excused by presenting written documentation on letterhead signed by your doctor/clinic etc.

Make-up exams are provided for excused absences only, with prior notification when possible. Late homework and late blogs are subject to a 1-point penalty, except when caused by an excused absence.

The participation grade scale goes from 0-10. Points are earned for actively engaging in class discussion, and coming to class prepared, with text in hand. Texting/messaging/receiving phone-calls, consulting electronic devices during class loses points. Phones must be placed on vibration mode during class. Civility and courtesy toward the professor and other students are required; incivility will reduce the participation grade and may result in disciplinary action.

For further information, please consult university policies at: https://catalog.ufl.edu/ugrad/current/regulations/info/attendance.aspx

Homeword, Blogs, Exams


Homework is due on the date indicated on the syllabus. Homework must be typed double-spaced in 12-point or larger, with correct accents and spelling. Grading: 2 point Grammar (G); 4 points comprehension (C); 4 points Analysis (A). The use of a dictionary or on-line dictionary does not require documentation. However, translators or editing help from a friend must be acknowledged. Do not copy answers directly from book because copied answers receive 0 for grammar. If quoting from text directly, indicate page #, verse (of poetry) or line (of prose) in parentheses.

Blog topics are assigned on CANVAS DISCUSSION. Please cut-and-paste your answers into CANVAS with the correct punctuation, spelling and accents.

Exams will have three parts: facts and definitions (short answers); questions based on homework (1-2 sentences); analysis of texts studied in class (various formats)

Contact Information


Professor Shifra Armon 240 Dauer Hall 273 3751 sarmon@ufl.edu
Office hours Fall 2015: MW 9:45-10:15; 12:45-1:45 and by prior appointment

Course Evaluations


Students are expected to provide feedback on the quality of instruction in this course based on 10 criteria. These evaluations are conducted online at https://evaluations.ufl.edu. Students will be given specific times when they are open. Summary results of these assessments are available to students at https://evaluations.ufl.edu/results.

Academic Integrity


All students are required to abide by the Academic Honesty Guidelines of the University. The UF Honor Code reads: “We, the members of the University of Florida community, pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity.” On all work submitted for credit by students at the University of Florida, the following pledge is either required or implied: “On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in doing this assignment.” For more information please refer to http://www.dso.ufl.edu/studentguide.

Accommodations


Students requesting classroom accommodation must first register with the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students Office will provide documentation to the student who must then provide this documentation to the Instructor when requesting accommodation. For more information see http://www.dso.ufl.edu/drc.

Counseling and Wellness


A variety of counseling, mental health and psychiatric services are available through the UF Counseling and Wellness Center, whose goal is to help students be maximally effective in their academic pursuits by reducing or eliminating emotional, psychological, and interpersonal problems that interfere with academic functioning. The Center can be found online at http://www.counseling.ufl.edu/cwc or reached by phone at 392-1575.


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