1 1 Syllabus for Spanish 4620: Survey of Peninsular Literature II Spring 2012 CRN: credits UPLAZA B room 202 M, W & F 12:00-12:50 pm Professor: Leonor Ceballos, Ph.D Office: 113 UPLAZA B Office Hours: pm M, W and F 10:00 am-12:00 or by appointment Phone: (435) (best way to contact me) Prerequisite: Span 3060 Required Texts and Other Materials: 1. Paredes Méndez, Harpring and Ballesteros. Voces de España. Boston: Thomson Heinle, Libros de lectura obligada: El sí de las niñas (de Leandro Fernández de Moratín) San Manuel Bueno, mártir (de Miguel de Unamuno) (consultar con la profesora antes de comprar la edición) punched binder for class materials and homework 4. Un buen diccionario: Larousse, Oxford o Collins. 5. Acceso a Internet. Páginas interesantes e importantes: Diccionario de la Real Academia de la Lengua Española (versión digital): Centro Virtual Cervantes: 6. Otras universidades: Universidad Nacional de México:
2 2 Universidad Politécnica de Madrid: Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao): Course Description and Objectives: Second semester survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature. This course focuses on the Spanish Literature in the Iberian Peninsular, Spain. Readings of masterpieces by great writers chosen from the 18 th century to the present will be examined through lectures, oral discussions, and written reports in Spanish. We will be using the help of videos and the Internet to provide historical context to the readings in each class. There is a first semester of this Survey with authors and readings from the Medieval Ages to the 17 th Century. Students will gain an understanding of the major characteristics of Spain s literary movements, as they do when using traditional anthologies, yet they will additionally discover why these movements emerged and how this phenomenon relates to other cultural and historical events of the time period. Students will not only study texts in relation to Spain s various literary movements, they will also gain an appreciation for these movements as contributors to the nation-building project and will learn how these currents are simultaneously expressions of this plan. Class protocol: Besides completing the assigned homework, students are required to read the assigned pages and to prepare other materials for the class in advance. In class, students are required to be involved in the activities and they must show their preparation by participating in the discussions, by asking relevant questions, being critical and analytical with the contents presented in class as well as by sharing their ideas and opinions. Requirements for this class: 1. Participation and Preparation: 5% 2. Homework and Outlines 5% 3. Reading Journal 10% 4. Reports (2) 10% 5. Exams (3) 30% 6. Oral Presentation (1) 10% 7. Proyecto Final (1) 10% 8. Final Exam (1) 20% Grading Scale: = A = B = D = A = C = D = B = C = D = B = C = F The following items will be used to determine your final grade:
3 3 a. Participation and Preparation: Spanish 4620 meets 3 times per week for a duration of fifty minutes. This participation grade is not earned just by being seated in the class but by active participation. Also attendance is required and continuous absences in this class will affect your final grade. After 3 excused or unexcused absences 1 point will be deducted from your final grade for each subsequent absent after 3. Students must come prepared to class everyday to be able to follow the explanations and to participate in any discussion we may hold in relation to the texts read for the class. Reading assignments and literary theory should be covered previously to the class period. For more information regarding "Policy for Absences Related to College Functions", please read section 5.23 (ATTENDANCE) at the DSC Handbook. b. Reading Journal (Diario de lectura): Students will write down notes, thoughts and opinions about their daily reading assignments. I will pick up these journals every other week. c. Homework and Outlines (varias): Students will hand in several sets of homework previously discussed in class and several outlines for the next day lecture. Also, as a help to study for their tests, it is required that students design these outlines for every time-period in the History of the Spanish Literature. I will pick up these outlines and homework and grade them on a randomly basis. d. Reports: Students will be required to write down one report per book read for this class (max. 2). This is different from the Journal, this will more extensive and students will need to follow some directions that I will hand in before starting reading each book. I will grade these reports and give them back for exam preparation. e. Exams (3) : There will be three in-class written tests (see Calendar for specific dates), one upon concluding every section (time periods in the History of the Spanish Literature). The goal of these tests is to assess students ability to assimilate the material covered in class and the reading assignments outside the classroom as well as analyze and interpret the text. f. Oral Presentation (1): Students will present orally their draft version of one of their Final Project. The theme analyzed in their presentation will be previously accepted by the professor. They will present some of the previous research, adding their own critical analysis. The oral part will be the informal presentation of their final project and therefore, students will be able to show their enthusiasm for the chosen topic. Visual aids are expected to ease the text and the topic to the rest of the students in the class. There will be a one-page final outline copy for all the students in the class. This presentation needs to be at least 10 minutes long and the DATES will be decided in class during the first weeks of the semester.
4 4 g. Final Project (1): There will be a project (essay, performance, show, etc ) towards the end of the semester consisting of three parts. The first part (no credit) is an outline of the topic to be studied in relation to a piece of work from any of the periods/authors seen in class. This outline has to be approved by the professor in order to go on working. In this outline the student has to state the title and pages of a literary work (narrative, poetry or drama), the theme or topic to be studied and at least three written secondary source for that study. After approbation, the student has to prepare an informal approach to the text (see previous category d. Oral Presentation) and present it to the class. The final version of this essay is the final written paper. This written part will need to be at least 4-5 pages long (bibliography counts in different page). There is no maximum length for this assignment. h. Final Exam: the Final Exam in this class will be a comprehensive exam consisting of questions about texts read in class, questions about time periods in the History of the Spanish Literature and critic response to some of these texts. Final Exam will be held according to the Final Exam schedule and it may take from 1 to 2 hours. NO TE ADMITIRAN TAREAS MAS TARDE DE LA HORA DE CLASE. No se admitirán problemas tecnológicos como excusa para entregar las tareas tarde Late and Make-up Work: Any activities or assignments missed due to an unexcused absence will receive a grade of 0. No late work will be accepted and no make-ups will be allowed. In the case of officially documented excused absences I will determine how the missed work should best be accounted for. DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER: If you suspect or are aware that you have a disability that may affect your success in the course you are strongly encouraged to contact the Disability Resource Center (DRC) located in the North Plaza Building. The disability will be evaluated and eligible students will receive assistance in obtaining reasonable accommodations. Phone # Dmail: You are required to frequently check your dmail account.
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6 It is the student's responsibility to find out which assignments are missed during an absence Class Absences Related to College Functions Attendance at class is an integral part of the learning process. Students who are absent from class for any reason compromise their learning opportunities. Students should make every attempt to register only for those courses for which they have no scheduling conflicts that will interfere with their ability to complete course requirements Students periodically may miss classes for various college-related functions; including athletics, club events, or to fulfill the requirements of a course or a program. These absences often conflict with the instruction, assignments, and tests in courses. The college seeks to maintain reasonable guidelines that will enable students to participate in college functions without harming the integrity of the curriculum in the courses they miss or undermining the responsibilities and authority of the instructors of these courses. These guidelines are intended to foster an environment that is supportive and sensitive to the roles and needs of both students and faculty Students who must miss class because of a college-sanctioned activity, such as an athletic event, club activity, class assignment, or other approved event, are responsible to assuring that their instructors have been notified and for completing any missed assignments Prior to the absence, students traveling with a club, team, or other group on a college-sanctioned activity must request leave from their instructors Students involved in a club event or an activity related to another course or program requirement must provide written notification from the faculty or staff member supervising the activity that explains the nature of the activity. This should include a list of eligible students and be provided in advance of the expected absence By the second day of class, students with recurring absences must provide each instructor written notification from the appropriate department that includes a schedule of competition, the names of those students on specific teams likely to travel, and the dates and approximate times of departure and return to campus. So that student participation in travel can be verified, the appropriate department will be responsible for informing individual faculty of changes to team rosters and travel schedules throughout the semester Students must arrange with the instructor to complete missed instruction and/or coursework One week prior to an absence, the student will meet with the instructor to arrange a reasonable accommodation, if feasible,
7 7 to allow the students to complete any missed coursework and/ or exams. The instructor may require the student to submit work prior to the due date if the student will be absent. It is the student's responsibility to complete the Student Absence Schedule with the instructor and abide by it Students with recurring or frequent absences from a course are required to check their schedules against the course syllabus and provide a list of expected absences for the semester by the second day of class. Upon reviewing the list, the instructor may determine that the absences will interfere with the student's ability to succeed in the course. If so, the instructor will recommend that the student seek an alternative. If a student chooses to remain in the course, it is the student's responsibility to complete the Student Absence Schedule with the instructor and abide by it. NOTE ABOUT ABSENCES: Exchange s and/or phone numbers with one or two classmates. They can let you know what you missed if you are ever absent and they can also pick up a copy of any handouts that may be distributed in class. If you are absent you should see another student to get a copy of any handouts you may have missed. Otherwise you can stop by my office hours for handouts you may have missed when absent. CLASSMATE CONTACTS Use these contacts in case of absence or if you have a question regarding assignments. Name: phone: Name: phone: Name: phone: IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER: Regular Semester Dates Jan 9 Classwork Starts Jan 11 Last Day to Add Without Signature
8 8 Jan 16 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan 17 Drop/Audit Fee Begins ($10 per class) Jan 24 $50 Late Registration/Payment Fee Jan 30 Graduation Application Deadline Jan 31 Pell Grant Census Jan 31 Last Day for Refund Jan 31 Last Day to drop without receiving a "W" grade Feb 1 Courses dropped for non-payment Feb 3 Last Day to ADD Classes Feb 20 President's Day Feb 27 Mid-Term Grades Due Mar 2 Last Day to DROP/AUDIT Classes Mar Spring Break Mar 19 Summer Registration open to Seniors (90+ earned credits) Mar 20 Summer Registration open to Juniors (60+ earned credits) Mar 21 Summer Registration open to Sophomores (30+ earned credits) Mar 22 Summer Registration open to All Students Apr 6 Last Day for Complete Withdrawal Apr 16 Fall Registration open to Seniors (90+ earned credits) Apr 17 Fall Registration open to Juniors (60+ earned credits) Apr 18 Fall Registration open to Sophomores (30+ earned credits) Apr 19 Fall Registration open to All Students Apr 26 Classwork Ends Apr 27 Final Exams Apr 30, May 1-3 Final Exams May 4 Commencement Library, Computer Lab, Writing Center, Testing Center, and Tutoring Center statements and links (as appropriate) -Library - -Computer Lab - Error! Referencia de hipervínculo no válida. -Writing Center dsc_writing_center.php -Testing Center - -Tutoring Center -
9 9 Important Class Policies: Set your cell phones on Vibrate only or Turn them off. No food or pop in class No bad behavior will be allowed in this class Please arrive on time to class!!! CALENDARIO TENTATIVO (subject to change) (ésta es una guía a seguir para mayor facilidad y eficacia en la clase de En el caso de que hubiera algún cambio siempre se indicará en la clase con la aprobación de la profesora) DATE IN CLASS HOMEWORK Week 1/09/12 -Presentación del curso. -Presentación de la profesora y de los estudiantes. Leer: El siglo XVIII (p ) 1 1/11/12 Los siglos XVIII y XIX: El progreso hacia la modernidad (p ) Leer: Biografía de Tomás de Iriarte y sus fábulas (p )
10 10 1/13/12 Tomás de Iriarte y sus fábulas (p ) Leer: Biografía de Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas (p ) -Hacer el esquema (outline) del siglo XVIII 1/16/12 Día Feriado MLK No hay clases Leer: Biografía de Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas (p ) 2 1/18/12 -Entregar el Esquema #1 Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas Leer: Biografía de Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas (p ) Acto I (p ) 1/20/12 Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas Leer: Biografía de Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas (p ) Acto II (p ) -Escribir reporte de El sí de las niñas 1/23/12 -Entregar Reporte #1 Leandro Fernández de Moratín y su obra de teatro: El sí de las niñas Repasar todo el siglo XVIII 3 Acto III (p )
11 11 Repaso para el Examen 1/25/12 #1 1/27/12 Examen #1 (el siglo XVIII) Estudiar para el Examen #1 Leer: El Siglo XIX (p ) 1/30/12 El siglo XIX (p ) 2/01/12 Mariano José de Larra y su artículo: Casarse pronto y mal (p ) 2/03/12 José Zorrilla y extractos su obra de teatro: Don Juan Tenorio (p ) EXTRACTOS Leer: Biografía de Mariano José de Larra y su artículo: Casarse pronto y mal (p ) Leer: Biografía de José Zorrilla y extractos su obra de teatro: Don Juan Tenorio (p ) **Sólo los extractos indicados por la profesora!! Leer: Biografía de José Zorrilla y extractos su obra de teatro: Don Juan Tenorio (p ) **Sólo los extractos indicados por la profesora!! -Hacer el esquema #2 (el siglo XIX) 4 2/6/12 -Entregar el Esquema #2 José Zorrilla y extractos su obra de teatro: Don Juan Tenorio (p ) Leer: Biografía de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer y su leyenda Los ojos verdes (p ) 5 EXTRACTOS 2/8/12 Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer y su leyenda Los ojos verdes (p ) Leer: Las Rimas de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (p )
12 12 2/10/12 Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer y sus Rimas (p ) (Pre-San Valentín!!) Leer: Biografía de Rosalía de Castro y su poema Orillas del Sar (p ) 2/13/12 Día de los Presidentes No hay clase 2/15/12 Rosalía de Castro y su poema Orillas del Sar (p ) 2/17/12 Benito Pérez Galdós y extactos de su novela Doña Perfecta Leer: Biografía de Rosalía de Castro y su poema Orillas del Sar (p ) Leer: Biografía de Benito Pérez Galdós y extactos de su novela Doña Perfecta (hand-outs de la profesora Ceballos) Leer: Biografía de Benito Pérez Galdós y extactos de su novela Miau (handouts de la profesora Ceballos) 6 2/20/12 Mid-term grades Benito Pérez Galdós y extactos de su novela Miau Leer: Biografía de Leopoldo Alas, Clarín y su cuento Cambio de luz (p ) 7 2/22/12 Leopoldo Alas, Clarín y su cuento Cambio de luz (p ) Leer: Biografía de Leopoldo Alas, Clarín y su cuento Cambio de luz (p ) 2/24/12 Leopoldo Alas, Clarín y su cuento Cambio de luz (p ) Repasar para el Examen #2 2/27/12 Repaso para el Examen #2 (el siglo XIX) Estudiar para el examen #2 8
13 13 2/29/12 Examen #2 (siglo XIX) 3/02/ Leer: Siglo XX (p ) Leer: Biografía de Miguel de Unamuno y su obra: El Marqués de Lumbría (p ) 3/12/12 Miguel de Unamuno y su obra: El Marqués de Lumbría (p ) 1. Leer: Poesías y extractos de otras obras de Miguel de Unamuno (hand-outs de la profesora Ceballos) 2. Leer: Biografía de Antonio Machado y sus poemas (p ) 9 3/14/12 Miguel de Unamuno y su poesía Antonio Machado y sus poemas (p ) Leer: Biografía de Antonio Machado y sus poemas (p ) 3/16/12 Antonio Machado y sus poemas (p ) SB 10 03/5/12 SB 3/7/12 3/9/12 SB 3/19/12 Presentaciones Orales 11
14 14 3/21/12 3/23/12 Presentaciones Orales Presentaciones Orales Leer: Biografía de Juan Ramón Jiménez y su novela Platero y yo 3/26/12 Miguel de Unamuno y San Manuel Bueno, Mártir -Escribir Reporte #2 12 3/28/12 Miguel de Unamuno y San Manuel Bueno, Mártir Repasar para el examen #3 3/30/12 Entregar Reporte #2 Repaso para el Examen #3 Estudiar para el Examen #3 4/2/12 Examen #3 4/4/12 Federico García Lorca, dramaturgo! 4/6/12 Federico García Loca, poeta! Leer: Biografía de Federico García Lorca y extractos de su obra de teatro Bodas de Sangre (hand-out de profesora Ceballos) Leer: Biografía de Federico García Lorca y algunos de sus poemas (hand-out de profesora Ceballos) Leer: La guerra civil: (p ) 13 4/9/12 La Guerra Civil Leer: Biografía de Ana María Matute y su cuento Los de la tienda 14
15 15 (p ) 4/11/12 Ana María Matute y su cuento Los de la tienda (p ) 4/13/12 Ana María Matute y su cuento Los niños buenos Leer: Biografía de Ana María Matute y su cuento Los niños buenos (hand-out de la prof. Ceballos) Leer: Biografía de Manuel Rivas y su cuento La lengua de las mariposas (p ) 4/16/12 Manuel Rivas y su cuento La lengua de las mariposas (p ) Leer: Biografía de Alberto Méndez y su cuento Los girasoles ciegos (handout de la prof. Ceballos) 15 4/18/12 Alberto Méndez y su cuento Los girasoles ciegos (handout de la prof. Ceballos) Leer: Biografía de Alberto Méndez y su cuento Los girasoles ciegos (handout de la prof. Ceballos) 4/20/12 Alberto Méndez y su cuento Los girasoles ciegos (handout de la prof. Ceballos) Repasar para el examen final 4/23/12 Repaso para el Examen Final Repasar para el examen final 16
16 16 4/25/12 Repaso para el Examen Final 4/27/12 EXAMEN FINAL 12:30-2:30 p.m GRADING SHEET Nombre 1. Participación y Preparación (5%) Participación Activa (50 pts.) 2. Homework and Outlines (4) (5%)
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