Resolution Of July 26, 2011, At The University Of Huelva, Which Publishes Curriculum Of Master In European Literature And Teaching Of Languages.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 26 de julio de 2011, de la Universidad de Huelva, por la que se publica el plan de estudios de Máster en Literatura Europea y Enseñanza de Lenguas.

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Obtained the verification of the curriculum by the Council of universities, prior favourable report from the National Agency for quality assessment and accreditation, as well as the authorization of the autonomous community of Andalusia, and established the official nature of the title by agreement of the Council of Ministers of 22 January 2010 (published in the Official Gazette of February 26, 2010 by resolution of the General University Secretary of February 9, 2010) , This Chancellor, in accordance with the provisions of article 35 of the organic law 6/2001, of universities, in the wording given by the organic law 4/2007, resolved to publish the plan of studies leading to the award of the official title of Master's degree in European literature and teaching of languages, which will be structured as shown in the annex to this resolution.

Huelva, July 26, 2011.-the Rector, Francisco José Martínez López.

Annex Plan of studies leading to the title of Master in European literature and teaching of languages from the Universidad de Huelva (branch arts and Humanities) structure of table 1 teachings. Distribution of the curriculum in ECTS credits by type of matter subject ECTS credits mandatory 0 optional 95 work end of Master 20 Total 115 table 2. Outline of the Plan of studies regarding credits ECTS character teach standard English or English standards? A variacionista approach.





3 optional.






Analysis of curriculum design in the teaching of languages.





3 optional.






Approaches to intercultural communication in language teaching.





3 optional.






Codes and images of love in the literary tradition.





5 optional.






Culture and mentality of the European Renaissance: love and spirituality.





5 optional.






Universal grammar to grammar constructions: their implications for learning.





4. optional.






Individual differences in learning languages.





3 optional.






The canon of German literature.





3 optional.






The canon of French literature.





3 optional.






The literary canon in English language I.





3 optional.






The literary canon in English II.





3 optional.






The literary canon in English language III.





3 optional.






The polyphonic text. Text and Hypertext in the knowledge society.





3 optional.






In the canon of Spanish literature: the case of 'the generation of the 98'.





3 optional.






Teaching of Spanish as a foreign language: aspects lexical and semantic.





2 optional.






Writers of the Americas and Western literary canon.





3 optional.






Loves fiction: concepts, genres and history of the novel.





5 optional.






Comparative literature and theory of the canon.





3 optional.






Literature, criticism and reception of love from the antiquity to the golden age.





5 optional.






The genres of poetry: constants and evolution.





5 optional.






New theoretical perspectives and practices in the teaching of languages (L2).





5 optional.






Principles of textual criticism and edition of texts.





5 optional.






Rhetoric and Poetics.





5 optional.






Theater of the Siglo de Oro: traditions and models.





5 optional.






Research tools and techniques.





5 optional.






Master thesis.





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