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Writing Techniques and Text Grammar

Code 12335
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Linguística
Entry requirements Do not exist.
Mode of delivery Lessons of practical-theoretical nature.
Work placements It doesn't apply.
Learning outcomes - Develop verbal skills about language and its use in context;
- Reflect on metalinguistic knowledge in terms of spelling, morphology, syntax, lexical semantics and pragmatics of language;
- Produce texts appropriate to the situation of communication.
- Recognize the main protocols of reading texts;
- Demonstrate appropriate interpretive strategies for reading and interpreting texts;
- Recognizing the core issues of the enunciative field-pragmatic language;
- Mastering the initiation and promotion processes of writing;
Syllabus 1. THE WRITING ON THE EXPRESSION OF KNOWLEDGE.
1.1 Planning the process of writing (the generation and organization of content and its appropriateness to the situation of communication).
1.2 Writing. Passage of the plan of ideas for the plan of written language, mechanisms for structuring textual cohesion, consistency, repetition rule, rule of progression, rule of non-contradiction and rule the relationship.
1.3. Revision. Evaluation and revision of the text produced.
2. USE OF WRITING IN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND.
2.1 Types textual, narrative text, descriptive text, expository text, instructional text, predictive text, conversational text and text semiotic.
3. Process of creative writing.
4. Reference and citation processes and building bibliographies.
5. Text editing: the potential of electronic writing.
Main Bibliography Acordo Ortográfico: as novas regras; todas as palavras que mudam, Porto, Porto Editora, 2011.
AZEVEDO, Mário, Teses, relatórios e trabalhos escolares, 6ª Edição, Lisboa, Universidade Católica Editora, 2008
BARTHES, Roland, O prazer do texto, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 1973.
BLOOM, Harold, Como ler e porquê, Lisboa Editorial Caminho, 2001.
CUNHA, Tito Cardoso, Silêncio e comunicação, ensaio sobre uma retórica do não-dito, Lisboa, Livros Horizonte, 2005.
Dicionário da língua portuguesa, Porto, Porto Editora, 2009.
Dicionário de sinónimos, Porto, Porto Editora, 2008.
Dicionário de verbos portugueses, Porto, Porto Editora, 2008.
DIRINGER, David, A escrita, trad. de Armando Luiz, Lisboa, Verbo, 1985.
ESTRELA, Edite et alii, Saber escrever, Lisboa, Publicações Dom Quixote, 2006.
FREIRE, António, Técnicas de expressão do português, Braga, Edições APPACDM, 1996.
MARQUES, António, Tento na língua!..., Lisboa, Plátano Editora 2006.
MATEUS, Helena Mira et alii, Gramática da língua portuguesa, Lisboa, Caminho, 2003.
MONTEIRO, Deolinda e PESSOA, Beatriz, Guia prático dos verbos portugueses, Lisboa, Lidel, 1999.
MOREIRA, Ana Maria Lopes, Trabalhos dirigidos de português 1 e 2, Lisboa, Didáctica Editora, 2001.
OLIVEIRA, Nelson Faria de, Como falar bem em público, Lisboa, Gestão Plus Edições, 2008.
PEREIRA, Ricardo Araújo, Novas crónicas da Boca do Inferno, Lisboa, Tinta-da-China, 2009.
Prontuário da língua portuguesa, Porto, Porto Editora, 2013.
REI, José Esteves, Curso de redacção I: a frase, Porto, Porto Editora, 1995.
REI, José Esteves, Curso de redacção II: o texto, Porto, Porto Editora, 2000.
ROCHA, Maria Regina M. e ROCHA, José Mário, Cuidado com a língua, Lisboa, Oficina do Livro, 2008.
VENTURA, Helena, Guia prático de verbos com preposições, Lisboa, Lidel, 2004.
VIEIRA, Pe. António, Sermão de Santo António aos peixes, Lisboa, Vega, 1998.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The methodologies used in the classroom are subject to exposure and content application classes, using New Technologies, whenever appropriate; by discussion and reflection on texts; and individual and group work.
The students will be evaluated through the accomplishment of a written test, of individual works and by their participation during the classes.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-10-12

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