3241004Slavic Languages and Literatures (Seminars)
|Numbering Code||G-LET16 73241 SJ36||Year/Term||2021 ・ First semester|
|Number of Credits||2||Course Type||Seminar|
|Target Year||Target Student|
|Instructor name||Nkamura Tadashi (Graduate School of Letters Professor)|
|Outline and Purpose of the Course||In this seminar, graduate or postgraduate students will report on their studies of Russian and Slavic literature, culture, language, and thought.|
１) Acquire methods for analyzing and examining papers, texts, and literary phenomena.
２) Acquire methods for presenting research and writing papers.
|Schedule and Contents||
Week 1: Introduction
Each student's research publication topics and debate partners will be decided based on their interests, and a general schedule will be set. We will review methods for presenting information and writing reports.
Graduate and postgraduate students will take turns reporting on their research and conducting Q&A sessions. Undergraduate students must actively take part in discussions.
Feedback methods will be explained in class.
|Evaluation Methods and Policy||Assessment of final report (50%) and efforts in Q&A sessions (50%).|
Fundamental knowledge of Russian is required.
This course is a requirement for master's and doctoral students specializing in Slavic linguistics and Slavic literature.
|Study outside of Class (preparation and review)||
Prepare readings before class.
In the process of preparing reports, always take the instructor's advice ahead of time.
|Textbooks||Textbooks/References||その他, Other; texts for reading will be copied and distributed. Report materials will be prepared by each student. It is preferable that students distribute materials two days before their report.|
|References, etc.||その他, Other; will be presented or advised as appropriate during class.|