|Responsible unit:||Department of Portuguese and Romance Studies|
|Course/CS Responsible:||Bachelor of Arts in Information Science|
|Acronym||No. of Students||Study Plan||Curricular Years||Credits UCN||Credits ECTS||Contact hours||Total Time|
|CINF||55||CINF - Study Plan||1||-||6||56||162|
|Sónia Maria Cordeiro Valente Rodrigues|
1. Communication. Communicative act.
1.1. To communicate as an interactive act.
1.2. Communication bi and unidirectional.
1.3. Communication and situational context.
1.4. What is said and what is implied.
2. The oral and the written.
2.1. Specificities of the oral.
2.2. Specificities of the written.
2.3. Oral and written in the age of instant communication.
3. Oral communication
3.1. Spontaneous discourse vs. prepared discourse
3.2. Preparing oral speech.
3.3. To speak in public - the challenges.
3.4. Techniques and types of oral communication.
4. Written communication
4.1. Preparing a written text.
4.2. From text to rewriting.
4.3. Text principles - cohesion, coherence.
4.4. Textual genres.
4.4.1. Textual and discursive heterogeneity.
4.4.2. Text sequences.
4.5. Techniques and types of written communication.
Other bibliographic information will be given as needed.
Theoretical-practical lessons, with an expositive part supplemented by support textbooks discussions and data discussions; tutorial sessions for research and investigation guidance with group and individual tasks.
|Frequência das aulas||56,00|
|Trabalho de investigação||54,00|
Frequency of 75% of classes, except in the cases provided by law. Positive note in the test / exam and practical work.
Final examination: 70%; Research paper: 30%
Only the exam can be object of a retake.
Teaching language: Portuguese