Routledge Krobb, Florian and Morrison, Jeff, eds. Ozment, Steven : A Mighty Fortress. London, Granta Books. Segebrecht, Wulf : Was sollen Germanisten lesen? Introduction to Spanish and Latin-American literary texts presents an overview of Spanish Literature through the ages.
The emphasis is on the chronological development of Spanish and Latin-American literature through the study of the most representatives authors. Students are introduced to a variety of literary genres and read and discuss a range of narratives drawn from poetry, plays, novels, short stories, and films.
The course is set within a broad cultural, social and historical context. By including film versions of literary works, the module also seeks to give insight into a vibrant aspect of Hispanic popular culture and looks at their contribution to Hispanic cultural identity. Assessment criteria: Knowledge and understanding of subject, linguistic accuracy, comprehensiveness and standard of analysis, relevance of content.
Ward, Philip, ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press, What do I do when I have questions about, problems or any other issue relating to a particular module? In the first instance, you should contact your lecturer and obtain the information you require or discuss the issue. For issues concerning the overall programme, contact the year coordinator.
If you have a problem with a module, you should in the first instance discuss the matter with the lecturer concerned. If this does not solve the problem, you should approach the Year Co-ordinator. There are also student representatives on the Programme Committee who can be approached for. The year coordinator can also give you advice on a range of other issues you may experience during the year.
What is the role of the Head of School? Can students contact lecturers or talk to them outside of lecture time? Students are encouraged to approach their lecturer about any concerns they may have during the course of the programme. Who can I talk to about personal problems? Student counsellors are available for problems of a personal nature.
This service is free of charge. Who sets and marks the examinations? The examination for each module is normally set and marked by the lecturer who teaches it. Where there are two or more lecturers for a module, the paper is jointly set and corrected by both lecturers. Exam scripts are anonymous. How many subjects are there on the programme in the first year? On the foreign language side there are three mandatory all-year modules; on the English Studies side, there are five mandatory modules of varying duration, with a choice between Culture and Film Module in first term.
Can I repeat any failed modules? You have a maximum of four attempts in total to pass a module. Firstly there are repeat examinations called "Supplemental" Exams, starting at the end of August where failed modules can be taken again. Modules still not passed can be repeated at the following sitting and finally the following autumn. Individual student results are issued in a transcript of results.
This is an official document frequently sought by employers to establish your academic record. Do I simply have to pass each module to progress to the next year of the programme? The classification of your degree is largely determined by what you learn in each year.
The opportunity to progress to higher level courses is determined by your results. Even if you choose not to continue with further study, potential employers seek out students who have a track record of good marks throughout their programme.
Can I move on to the next year of the programme carrying failed modules and repeat them subsequently? Students can only proceed to the next year of the programme if they have passed all modules. In addition to the sessional exams, you have an opportunity to repeat modules at the supplemental. You will not be allowed to progress to Year 2 if you have failed a module. What is the relevance of getting good marks in year 1?
As you know, Year 3 of your degree programme is a compulsory year abroad. You will spend the year studying at a partner institution in a country of your chosen foreign language. You should be aware that results for Year 1 will be used to inform the decision making process in the selection of a partner university, as well as affecting your chances in the competition for teaching assistantships. The Erasmus coordinator will use the averaged mark for end of year 1 modules.
Students with a high average mark will be able to select their destination university ahead of students with lower average marks. What exactly is the examination board? This is a formal meeting of all examiners on a programme, held after the papers have been marked.
At the examination board each candidate's marks are reviewed and recorded. A decision is made as to whether a student should pass, pass by compensation or repeat. How is the degree graded at the DIT?
How do I get my examination results? You receive an email in your DIT email student account once results are released. You are then able to access your results on EGB. What happens if I am unable to take an exam due to illness or other unforeseen circumstances? You should read chapter 13, section 1, of the General Assessments Regulations. Relevant forms can also be downloaded from the same link. Are continuous assessments compulsory? Continuous Assessments are compulsory. The final mark for a module is an aggregate of the various assessment marks.
Failure to submit or sit any assessment component of a module results in marks lost for that module. What happens if I am late submitting material for continuous assessments? Materials for assessment may be subject to a penalty or may not be accepted, unless you have a valid. Do I have to attend all lectures? It is compulsory to attend lectures and take part in any coursework required by lecturers.
The correlation between attendance and passing exams is well documented. This is particularly true for languages as the learning is cumulative. Constant engagement with the material in class and homework is essential to make progress and gain competence in the language.
Attendance is monitored in all language classes and letters are sent to students with poor attendance. If there are serious issues affecting your attendance, please contact your year coordinator.
Do I have to register for my exams? During each year of the programme you must register for your examinations.
Registration forms are available in Kevin St. Examinations Office. You will be advised of the deadline well in advance. Late registration will incur a fine. Examination Results See question Is there an appeals procedure? Should you wish to have a re-check or re-mark of your paper, please read chapter 14 of the General Assessments Regulations. If you feel you have grounds for appeal, details on the process and forms are available on the same link.
Repeat Examinations If you fail any modules, you must repeat those modules at the next available sitting. You only have to repeat the courses which you fail. A registration form for the supplemental examinations will be posted with your examination results in early July. If you have failed some modules, and if you have not received an examination registration form by 30 July, you should contact the examinations office in order to get an entry form and register for your supplemental examinations.
There is a registration fee for supplemental examinations. Results of Supplemental Examinations These are normally published in the third week of September.
The results are available on EGB. In written essays, projects or presentations students should:. Format of oral examinations - Students should note that neither reading from notes nor the unbroken presentation of material evidently learned off by heart will be acceptable.
The examiners may therefore ask the examinee to leave any notes aside, to cover the same point s again or to discuss points further without reference to such notes. All students must be prepared to take questions from the examiners during their presentation and demonstrate that they are able to cope with such interruptions.
These are designed to give students a chance to show that they fully understand what they are presenting and are able to discuss it in a meaningful two-way exchange, such as would occur in a real life situation. Accordingly, delivery and active participation on the part of the examinee are just as much under assessment in oral examinations as are content and linguistic accuracy, and these elements are not to be understood as separate from each other.
Also refer to the information leaflet in Appendix 1 of the General Assessment Regulations see link below. Tuition in the School of Languages is designed to help you learn the language; Native-speaker competence is not expected of language students.
The DIT The DIT has an enrolment of nearly 10, whole-time third level students, pursuing some 85 different programmes at certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate levels. The School of Languages The School of Languages is one of the largest of its kind in the state and offers language courses at various levels.
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