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  • Área Humanistico
  • Cursos que conforman el Área
    • Antropología General (1)
    • Comunicación Oral y Escrita (1)
    • Segunda Lengua Extranjera I (6)
    • Segunda Lengua Extranjera II (7)
    • Segunda Lengua Extranjera III (8)
    • Literatura Inglesa I (7)
    • Literatura Inglesa II (8)
    • Civilización Anglófona I (8)
    • Civilización Anglófona II (9)
    • Constitución Política y Ética (10)
  • Segunda Lengua Extranjera I, II, III
    • Consideraciones
    • Debe complementar for-mación en Inglés
    • No se pretende alcanzar alto nivel de suficiencia
    • Debe haber disponibili-dad de profesores califi-cados, recursos y apoyo institucional para el idioma seleccionado.
    • El idioma seleccionada debe tomar en cuenta las preferencias y necesi-dades de los alumnos
    • Acciones Tomadas
    • Contactos con la Alianza Francesa y el Instituto Goethe
    • Encuestas a los alum-nos de la Licenciatura
    • Decisión a favor del idioma francés
    • Inicio exitoso del Club de Alemán en calidad extra-curricular.
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  • Literatura Inglesa I y II
    • Consideraciones
    • Debe complementar el estudio del idioma y las culturas anglofónas
    • Debe contar con do-centes especialmente calificados en el tema
    • Debe contar con amplia bibliografia
    • Acciones Tomadas
    • Elaboración de borradores de des-cripciones de cursos, listas de contenidos.
    • Recolección de material bibliográfico
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  • Cultura Anglófona I y II
    • Consideraciones
    • Debe complementar el estudio del idioma y literatura inglesa
    • Debe contar con do-centes especialmente calificados en el tema
    • Debe contar con amplia bibliografia
    • Acciones Tomadas
    • Elaboración de borradores de des-cripciones de cursos, listas de contenidos.
    • Recolección de materiales (libros, revistas, música, videos, etc.)
  • ENGLISH LITERATURE I AND II & ANGOPHONIC CULTURE I AND II The courses English Literature I and II, together with Anglophonic Culture I and II aim, to famil-iarize students with the historical/cultural con-text in which the English language has devel-oped, enabling them to comprehend, respond to, and produce English discourse containing those cultural references that are in common usage among proficient users of the language
  • Course Description: English Literature I
    • English Literature I familiarizes students with those expressions of English language literature which most significantly reflect the development of the Anglophonic language and culture, as well as those works which themselves have exerted an influence in shaping this development. Its aim is to enable students to understand, respond to, use, and teach the English language in ways that fully acknowledge its socio-cultural roots and points of reference. By means of lectures, seminars, round table discussions, audio-visual presentations and independent reading and written work, the course focuses on the literature produced in England from the sixth to the nineteenth centuries, including ballads, poetry, novels and drama.
  • Course Description: English Literature II
    • English Literature II (for which English Literature I figures as a pre-requisite) builds on the presenta-tion of English literature presented in that course in order to explore nineteenth and twentieth cen-tury literature produced in England as well as in other English speaking countries. As with English Literature I, the course emphasizes the role of literature in reflecting, and at the same time, influencing the development of the cultural milieu of which the English language forms part. The implications of the global spread of English on the production and consumption of contemporary English language literature are also considered.
  • Course Description: Anglofonic Culture I
    • Anglophonic Culture I focuses on the history and culture of English speakers (i.e. the inhabitants of Britain) from birth of English as a national language in the sixth century A.D. up to the time of its emergence as a multinational language with the colonization of America, Africa, and Asia. By means of lectures, seminars, round table discussions, audio-visual presentations and independent reading and written work students encounter those cultural and historical phenomena which have been most important in shaping the character of the British people and which have left their mark on the evolution of the language. Consideration is given to the development and historical influence of Scottish and Irish language varieties, as well as the relation of regional English dialects, and reference is made to important works of English literature as expressions of historical/cultural forces at work in the development of the English language.
  • Course Description: Anglofonic Culture II
    • Anglophonic Culture II (for which Anglophonic Culture I figures as a prerequisite) continues the study of the history and culture of English-speaking peoples from the beginnings of the mass colonization/expansion of English culture in the seventeenth century, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to the emergence of English as an international auxiliary language that expresses, and at the same time, transforms the wide diversity of cultures existing in the world of the 21st century. Included in this focus is an appreciation of the role of English literature, music and film as well as a survey of the cultural icons which have left significant imprints on Anglophonic culture as expressed through the medium of language. The historical/cultural role of regional, national, and socio-economically determined varieties of English are also considered.