Note: This is an archived Handbook entry from 2009.
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This subject has the following teaching availabilities in 2009:.
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|Time Commitment:||Contact Hours: Two hours of practical classes and a 1-hour seminar per week |
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At second year, VCE Portuguese and at third year, VCE Portuguese or 60% or higher in or approval of the subject coordinator.
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Ana Maria Ducasse
The subject aims to consolidate the skills acquired in VCE Portuguese or . Students will continue to acquire and perfect knowledge of the language through a range of activities involving language laboratory and computer-aided exercises, practical work in small groups and pairs, and through the study of Luso-Brazilian culture and society as represented in the media, in cinema, and in representative examples of Luso-Brazilian literature.
Oral/aural work including one 30 minute listening test in class 10%, and one ten minute oral presentation in class 15%. Written work including five short grammar tests 10%, one text summary 10%. Extensive summary of research done for the student's own oral presentation 10%, critique of another student's oral presentation 10%, and one composition written in class 10%; and one 1.5-hour final exam 25%. Third year students will be expected to show a greater achievement of discipline-specific skills in their written work than second year students. Students must pass the end of semester written test in order to pass the subject.
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Special enrolment arrangements apply. Students must contact the Faculty of Arts Office for application forms and further details. This subject is dependent on the availability of specialist staff and funding, and sufficient student enrolments.
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