German Applied to Journalism

Media Studies

5 ECTS; 1º Ano, 2º Semestre, 30,0 T + 15,0 PL + 4,0 OT

Lecturer
- Marta Margarida Santos Dionísio

Prerequisites
NA

Objectives
Acquire communicative competence in the linguistic, pragmatic and socio-cultural aspects through speech acts that occur in the context of specific situations in the current world; Mastering language components such as lexicon, morphosyntax, pronunciation and spelling in journalism.

Program
Personal identification
- Personal contacts
- Initial professional contacts
- Professional Careers
Interpersonal Relations
- Professional colleagues
- Personalities and events
The Surrounding World
- Travels
- The future of journalism
- The digital age
- World News
The Social Communication
- Radio, Television, Internet, Newspapers, Magazines ...
Media speech
- Written press, social media, mass media
Future Professional Activities

Grammatical content at A2 level of QCERL

Evaluation Methodology
Continuous assessment
- Written test - 60%
- Worksheets, oral exercises, classroom work - 20%
- 2 mid-term tests - 20%

Exam
Written exam- 70%
Written assignment and oral presentation - 30%

Bibliography
- Holthaus, H. e Eisfeld, K. e Bock, H. e Schätze-Nähmke, U. (2013). Themen aktuell 1. Deutschland: Hueber
- Lemcke, C. e Rohrman, L. e Scherming, T. (2011). Berliner Platz 1. Bohn: Langenscheidts

Method of interaction
Theoretical and theoretical-practical classes where reading, listening, oral and written exercises are carried out with implicit grammar, with particular emphasis on practical work.

Software used in class
NA