Educational guide 2022_23
Facultade de Filoloxía e Tradución
Grado en Lenguas Extranjeras
 Competences


Type CB Code Basic Competences
  CB1 Students will have shown they have sufficient knowledge and understanding of an area of study, starting after completion of general secondary education, and normally reaching a level of proficiency that, being mostly based on advanced textbooks, will also include familiarity with some cutting-edge developments within the relevant field of study.
  CB2 Students will be able to apply their knowledge and skills in their professional practice or vocation and they will show they have the required expertise through the construction and discussion of arguments and the resolution of problems within the relevant area of study.
  CB3 Students will be able to gather and interpret relevant data (normally within their field of study) that will allow them to have a reflection-based considered opinion on important issues of social, scientific and ethical nature.
  CB4 Students will be able to present information, ideas, problems and solutions both to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
  CB5 Students will acquire the learning skills that are required to pursue further studies with a high degree of independence.
Type CG Code General Competences
  CG1 To promote and improve communication in the languages being studied in the degree, in different social, professional and cultural contexts with speakers of such languages, acquiring oral and written comprehension and expression skills, and showing attitudes of tolerance towards social and cultural diversity, including the defense of human rights, social equality with regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, as well as democratic values and a culture of peace.
  CG2 To identify the main theoretical contributions, in the different geographical, social and cultural areas, of the literature written in the first foreign language, from a perspective that upholds values of democracy, social equality, equality with regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, as well as the values of a culture of peace.
  CG3 To acquire the theoretical and applied fundamentals provided by linguistics through the main paradigms of study and description of languages, as well as summarizing, tracing links and describing the literatures written in the first foreign language from different cultural and social areas, historical periods, genres and movements.
  CG4 To acquire the basic methodological tools and techniques for the study and analysis of language and literature.
  CG5 To acquire the required knowledge to understand, develop, analyze, evaluate and make good use of the linguistic and literary resources for professional practice in the future.
  CG6 To build solid arguments about the themes and texts studied, following academic standards, using sufficient evidence to support the arguments presented, using the available bibliographical and electronic resources, especially those oriented to linguistic and literary research and to the teaching of the languages taught in the degree.
  CG7 To participate in group debates and activities, developing independent critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with others, and showing attitudes of tolerance towards the social and cultural diversity of the countries where the relevant foreign languages are spoken, upholding fundamental rights, principles of equality and democratic values.
  CG8 To formulate critical arguments in the fields of linguistic and literary studies conducive to the acquisition of a solid method of linguistic and literary analysis that reaches beyond the mere intuitive approach to the languages and texts constituting the object of study.
  CG9 To plan, structure and produce critical essays and oral presentations in the different foreign languages, formulating hypotheses, using an appropriate methodology to convey ideas correctly and effectively, following academic standards and using sufficient evidence to support the arguments being presented.
  CG10 To show knowledge of other cultures and artistic manifestations and to be able to raise awareness in one’s milieu about the appreciation of diversity, interculturalism and multiculturalism. In addition, to explore the social, professional, educational and cultural consequences of language use and learning of the languages being studied in the degree.
  CG11 To raise awareness about and highlight the contributions of women to the literature and culture produced in the first foreign language in different geographical and cultural areas. Likewise, to identify the mechanisms of exclusion and discrimination of women in language and acquire training in the use of inclusive language.
  CG12 Ability to use new technologies as a methodological tool for purposes of research, teaching and communication.
  CG13 To increase interest in languages, literatures, cultures and in theoretical and applied linguistics.
Type CE Code Specific Competences
  CE1 To improve the practical knowledge of the language with the aim of acquiring linguistic and communicative competence in the language that is the object of study.
  CE2 To acquire oral comprehension and expression skills.
  CE3 To acquire linguistic awareness of the first foreign language as a system, its mechanisms and forms of expression.
  CE4 To acquire the fundamental notions of vocabulary in essential issues and expand this knowledge to more complex issues, fostering the practical application of vocabulary to reading and writing texts, as well as to listening comprehension and oral expression.
  CE5 To improve the ability to master language in use and the practical application of knowledge with the aim of encompassing oral and written comprehension and expression skills for effective communication.
  CE6 To lay the foundations for listening comprehension, oral expression and correct use of grammar.
  CE7 To develop critical abilities with regard to different textual approaches and their implications.
  CE8 To improve reading comprehension in formal and semiformal registers, understand the organization of texts and infer their meaning through reference to context.
  CE9 To improve writing skills on a large number of topics and combine them with oral expression.
  CE10 To improve listening comprehension and oral expression both for specific purpose information and for general information.
  CE11 To acquire language expression skills through teamwork.
  CE12 To be aware of the social dimension of language and to know how to use it according to context.
  CE13 To develop the ability to organize and plan oral and written language starting from knowledge of grammar.
  CE14 To lay the foundations to acquire listening comprehension and oral expression.
  CE15 To lay the foundations of the basic lexical repertoire of the second foreign language and expand this knowledge to more complex terminologies.
  CE16 To acquire the basic notions of grammar and expand this knowledge to more complex structures.
  CE17 To promote the acquisition and improvement of the use of language through practical application of knowledge of grammar, lexicon and phraseology.
  CE18 To lay the foundations and improve listening comprehension, oral expression and correct use of grammar.
  CE19 To lay the foundations and acquire an understanding of the essential socio-cultural and civilizational features of the countries where the second foreign language is spoken.
  CE20 To possess an intermediate-advanced mastery of the second foreign language, including linguistic, communicative and cultural/civilizational contents.
  CE21 To have the ability to contrast lexical, phraseological and grammatical aspects of the second foreign language with one’s own language.
  CE22 To possess the ability to contrast one’s own cultural/civilizational features with those of speakers of the second foreign language.
  CE23 To develop critical skills with regard to the different theoretical and practical approaches to the object of study.
  CE24 To lay the foundations and acquire an understanding of the essential historical and sociocultural aspects of the greatest moments of the literature written in the second foreign language.
  CE25 To be familiar with the main movements, historical periods and trends in the history of the literature of the second modern language in different geographical and cultural areas.
  CE26 To be able to comment on and provide a context for a selection of works and authors from the literature written in the second foreign language in different geographical areas.
  CE27 To have basic knowledge of the main movements, historical periods and trends in the history of the literature written in the second modern language in different geographical and cultural areas, and of the most important authors.
  CE28 To acquire the ability to comment on and provide a context for a selection of works and authors from the literature written in the second foreign language in different geographical areas.
  CE29 To acquire linguistic awareness of the first foreign language as a system, its mechanisms and forms of expression.
  CE30 To lay the foundations to acquire oral and written comprehension and expression skills.
  CE31 To know the foundations of the basic lexical repertoire of the third foreign language and expand this knowledge to more complex terminologies.
  CE32 To know the essentials of grammar and acquire the use of language through practical application of knowledge of grammar, lexicon and phraseology.
  CE33 To know the essential socio-cultural and civilizational features of the countries where the third foreign language is spoken.
  CE34 To possess a basic-intermediate mastery of the third foreign language, including linguistic, communicative and cultural/civilizational contents.
  CE35 To acquire the ability to contrast lexical, phraseological and grammatical aspects of the third foreign language with one’s own language.
  CE36 To possess the ability to contrast one’s own cultural/civilizational features with those of speakers of the third foreign language.
  CE37 To acquire knowledge about the language faculty of humans and the languages of the world.
  CE38 To know the analytical and conceptual tools Linguistics offers for the study and description of languages.
  CE39 To acquire knowledge of the different applications of linguistics.
  CE40 To develop the ability to understand introductory readings.
  CE41 To be able to distinguish between essential and accidental contents.
  CE42 To be able to solve basic exercises.
  CE43 To acquire the ability to work with data from unknown languages, at a basic level.
  CE44 To acquire the ability to apply the tools and issues that have been dealt with to students’ languages of specialization.
  CE45 To acquire the theoretical and applied fundamentals of computational linguistics.
  CE46 To know the resources, tools and applications of Language Technologies.
  CE47 To acquire the knowledge required to understand, develop, assess and make good use of these resources.
  CE48 To be able to use appropriately the available linguistic-computational resources, particularly those oriented to language and philological research, and to the teaching of the specific languages of the Degree.
  CE49 To analyze and assess the resources, tools and applications of Language Technologies.
  CE50 To solve problems of computational linguistics and produce quality academic works.
  CE51 To acquire an interest in languages, applied linguistics and the applications of linguistics to computing.
  CE52 To develop an informed critical attitude with regard to language technologies and their role in the so-called information society.
  CE53 To lay the theoretical foundations for a correct, fluent, coherent expression in Spanish and Galician, both orally and in writing.
  CE54 To analyze and critically evaluate examples of oral and written language.
  CE55 To acquire an independent critical ability to produce and correct different types of texts, using appropriately the available resources for Galician and Spanish.
  CE56 To facilitate the learning of the relevant foreign language from the perspective of its professional usefulness.
  CE57 To improve communicative competence for academic and professional purposes.
  CE58 To acquire the necessary tools required to master the specific area of study.
  CE59 To strengthen the specific aspects of the languages of specialization.
  CE60 To acquire lexical, syntactic, phraseological, stylistic and communicative knowledge of the languages for specific purposes.
  CE61 To be familiar with the learning methodology used in the analysis of languages for professional and academic purposes.
  CE62 To be familiar with the specific features of the different types of specialist languages.
  CE63 To acquire the mechanisms required for the oral dissemination of the learning and teaching of specialist languages.
  CE64 To promote interest in specialist languages in the so-called knowledge and information society.
  CE65 To be familiar with the teaching of specialist languages.
  CE66 To be able to reflect on the ontology and function of literature.
  CE67 To be able to appreciate the specificity of aesthetics.
  CE68 To be able to set literary texts in their contexts.
  CE69 To comment on diverse literary texts with regard to the genres they belong to, and to be able to justify classification within the relevant genre category.
  CE70 To comment on literary texts according to several methodological approaches.
  CE71 To be able to read literary theory texts from several theoretical approaches and to be able to classify them within the relevant category.
  CE72 To be able to present orally in synthetic fashion their understanding of literary and theoretical texts.
  CE73 To be able to write reviews of them.
  CE74 To know the constitutional principles of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE75 To know the most important periods of the political history of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE76 To know the most important periods of the economic history of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE77 To know the most important periods of the social history of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE78 To know the most important characteristics of the cultural history of the countries where the first language is spoken.
  CE79 To acquire the ability to understand the key notions to interpret the historical development of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE80 To acquire the ability to recognize the contributions to universal history from the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE81 To acquire the ability to recognize the specific development of the different countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE82 To acquire the ability to understand the characteristics of the constitutional systems of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken.
  CE83 To understand the theoretical foundations of the phonological system of the first foreign language through study of a previously chosen standard variety.
  CE84 To understand the logical techniques of phonological analysis and the fundamental theories underpinning them.
  CE85 To acquire the knowledge required for the analysis of phonological data and the explanation of phonetic and phonological processes of the first foreign language.
  CE86 To solve phonetics and phonology exercises, problems and assignments of the first foreign language.
  CE87 To understand auditorily and to reproduce orally individual sounds and words, statements and short texts in the first foreign language according to the model of standard pronunciation.
  CE88 To acquire the required mechanisms to detect one’s own mistakes and to be able to correct them.
  CE89 To improve the pronunciation of the first foreign language and to improve oral communication with native speakers of the first foreign language.
  CE90 To acquire the theoretical and applied foundations of morphology according to the main paradigms of linguistic explanation.
  CE91 To acquire the theoretical and applied foundations of syntax according to the main paradigms of linguistic explanation.
  CE92 To acquire the required knowledge for morphosyntactic analysis of linguistic chains in the first foreign language.
  CE93 To deal with academic problems, exercises and assignments of morphosyntax.
  CE94 To acquire an informed critical attitude with regard to morphosyntax from the perspective of the science of language.
  CE95 To know the principles and mechanisms of lexical, semantic, phonological, morphological and syntactic change.
  CE96 To be able to identify the (internal and external) factors that can influence the use of language and cause linguistic change.
  CE97 To acquire the required knowledge to explain the most important changes in the lexicon, orthography, phonology, morphology and syntax of the first foreign language from its origins to the present day.
  CE98 To acquire the basic methodological tools for the linguistic analysis of texts from different periods of the history of the first foreign language.
  CE99 To handle adroitly and make good use of the available resources for the study and analysis of the first foreign language: online courses, online exercises with key for self-correction, historical and etymological dictionaries in paper, CD-ROM and online formats, concordances, historical corpora, statistical packs, online digitized manuscripts, etc.
  CE100 To evaluate and analyze historical data, being aware of the limitations of historical material and the problems this entails for its interpretation.
  CE101 To solve problems of historical linguistics and to produce quality academic works.
  CE102 To develop an interest for the history of languages and the universal principles of language change and their relevance to explain the (seeming irregularities of) modern languages.
  CE103 To understand that language change is a continuous, unavoidable phenomenon (and not the addition of different synchronic stages), not a sign of corruption or degeneration of the language undergoing change.
  CE104 To understand the relationship between synchronic variation and diachronic change.
  CE105 To understand the interaction between language, history and society.
  CE106 To know the principles and mechanisms of lexical, semantic, phonological, morphological and syntactic change.
  CE107 To acquire the required knowledge to explain the most important changes in the lexicon, orthography, phonology, morphology and syntax of the first foreign language from its origins to the present day.
  CE108 .
  CE109 To know the internal and external factors intervening in the learning of a third language.
  CE110 To understand the interaction mechanisms between the first, second and third languages.
  CE111 .
  CE112 To develop the required analytical capacity to identify false concepts used in language learning.
  CE113 To improve the ability to communicate through use of languages.
  CE114 To acquire the notions of multilingualism and plurilingualism and their applications to cultural diversity.
  CE115 To understand language diversity, language contact and the distinguishing features of good language learners.
  CE116 To develop the learning of languages within different social and cultural contexts.
  CE117 To acquire the theoretical foundations of pragmatics, semantics and oral discourse analysis according to the main paradigms of linguistic explanation.
  CE118 To identify, understand and describe the units of semantic, pragmatic and oral discourse analysis, from the minimal ones to the most complex ones.
  CE119 To master the techniques and methods of analysis in semantics, pragmatics and oral discourse analysis.
  CE120 To infer the rules and specific characteristics of each text at the levels of semantics, pragmatics and oral discourse.
  CE121 To reflect on the different meanings of utterances in specific contexts and on the elements contributing to their meaning.
  CE122 To reflect on the organization and structuring of oral discourse at the levels of intonation and interaction.
  CE123 To improve oral expression at the level of intonation.
  CE124 To understand the fundamental concepts of theoretical sociolinguistics applied to the first foreign language.
  CE125 To know the main approaches constituting the discipline of sociolinguistics.
  CE126 To be familiar with the distinguishing features of the most widely spread varieties of the foreign language.
  CE127 To know the most important variation features of the first foreign language with regard to social factors like social class, age and sex.
  CE128 To acquire the required knowledge to critically analyze, interpret and evaluate texts from different varieties (geographical, social, stylistic) of the first foreign language.
  CE129 To be able to identify a dialect of the first foreign language by examining a text and to describe some of its syntactic and morphological characteristics.
  CE130 To be able to identify language differences in texts produced by individuals from different social groups according to social class, gender, age, context of interaction, etc.
  CE131 To be aware of the usefulness of sociolinguistic theory for the resolution of problems in the real world (for example, forensic linguistics).
  CE132 To understand the mechanisms of textual analysis for both oral and written texts.
  CE133 To acquire the tools required to carry out the analysis.
  CE134 To be familiar with the characteristics of the different genres and contexts.
  CE135 To apply the knowledge acquired to the social and professional worlds.
  CE136 To develop the required critical capacity to analyze and understand different types of messages.
  CE137 To promote intercultural communication through the mastery of different techniques of expression.
  CE138 To improve the knowledge of oral and written language in complex linguistic contexts.
  CE139 To encourage oral and written comprehension and expression within different social and cultural contexts.
  CE140 To acquire fluency in oral and written language practice to perform efficiently in the professional world in the future.
  CE141 To be familiar with different registers and degrees of difficulty.
  CE142 To be familiar with the main authors and texts of the literature written in the first foreign language in their different geographical, social and cultural areas, becoming familiar with the main movements, historical periods and trends.
  CE143 To analyze, interpret and comment on a selection of literary works, setting them in the context where they were generated and analyzing the social, ideological, historical and cultural features of these texts.
  CE144 To raise awareness about the women’s contributions to the literature written in the first foreign language in different geographical, social and cultural areas.
  CE145 To identify the role played by literary works in the relationships between dominant and/or minority groups.
  CE146 To be familiar with the processes linked to the creation of literary texts in the first foreign language in different genres from several traditions.
  CE147 To develop a sense of linguistic awareness of the second foreign language as a system, its mechanisms and forms of expression.
  CE148 To acquire the ability to understand the geopolitics of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken in the context of the contemporary world.
  CE149 To be familiar with the characteristics of learning a third language.
  CE150 To recognize the special conventions and characteristics of literary communication in texts. Students will identify and interpret the specific features of literary texts (theme, action, characters, point of view, etc.).
  CE151 To be familiar with the basic terminology, in the first foreign language, used for commentary of literary texts concerning literary genres, figures of speech, stylistic features, narrative elements, etc.
  CE152 To be familiar with the contemporary approaches to literary theory and criticism, applying some of the critical approaches to the analysis of literary texts written in the first foreign language.
  CE153 To acquire a solid method of literary analysis that reaches beyond the subjective, intuitive approach to texts.
  CE154 To plan, structure and produce critical essays and oral presentations in the first foreign language, formulating hypotheses, using an appropriate methodology to convey ideas correctly and efficiently, following academic standards and using sufficient evidence to support the arguments being presented.
  CE155 To participate in group debates and activities, developing a personal style of critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with other agents in the classroom, and showing a respectful attitude towards the social and cultural diversity of the countries where the first foreign language is spoken, as well as defending fundamental rights, principles of equality and democratic values.
  CE156 To identify the main theoretical contributions, in the different geographical, social and cultural areas, of the literature written in the first foreign language, from a perspective that upholds values of democracy, social equality with regard to gender, race, sexual orientation, as well as the values of a culture of peace.
  CE157 To summarize, establish links and describe the literatures written in the first foreign language through the study of a number of authors and texts from different cultural and social areas, belonging to different historical periods, genres and movements.
  CE158 To describe and analyze the characteristics, themes, styles and symbols employed in the literary texts constituting the object of study, establishing links between these characteristics and their contexts of production and reception.
  CE159 To construct solid arguments about the themes and texts studied, following academic standards, using sufficient evidence to support the arguments presented, making good use of appropriate resources and expressing this critical reflection orally and in writing.
  CE160 To participate in group debates and activities, developing a personal style of critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with other agents in the classroom, and upholding attitudes of tolerance and democratic values.
  CE161 To know the main theoretical approaches concerning the relationships between literature and society: how a society is represented in the literary universe with regard to concepts, terminology, typology, historical aspects, fundamental characteristics, methodologies of interpretation and any other issues specified in the relevant program.
  CE162 To understand, analyze and compare literary, historical, cultural, political, visual texts that represent this relationship and to reflect on the interaction with their historical, social and cultural contexts of production and reception.
  CE163 To formulate critical arguments starting from the analysis of texts within their social contexts, conducive to the acquisition of a basic method of socio-literary analysis that reaches beyond the mere intuitive approach to the texts constituting the object of study.
  CE164 To find, select, organize and evaluate relevant information about the chosen social concept and about the texts to be analyzed in depth, through use of bibliographic sources and electronic resources.
  CE165 To establish links between literary texts and other cultural and artistic expressions, like cinema, music and art, and with the sociocultural contexts where they are produced.
  CE166 To reflect on and evaluate the idea students have of other, non-Western societies and cultures and raise their awareness about the appreciation of such sociological diversity.
  CE167 To know the theoretical concepts of gender theories in English-speaking countries: feminisms, masculinity studies, queer studies.
  CE168 To develop a critical understanding of literature from the perspective of gender.
  CE169 To understand the theoretical, historical and cultural reference points underpinning androcentric culture.
  CE170 To identify the main literary contributions from the perspective of gender in anglophone countries.
  CE171 Ability to disseminate a non-androcentric culture.
  CE172 To identify situations of gender inequality in texts.
  CE173 To be able to raise awareness among the population about gender-specific issues.
  CE174 Ability to carry out systematic studies of literature from the perspective of gender.
  CE175 Ability to contribute to a more equal society from the perspective of gender.
  CE176 To describe and analyze the main literary features, themes, styles and symbols employed in the literary texts from a specific historical period and from a specific esthetic or cultural movement, establishing links between these characteristics and the contexts of production and reception of the works.
  CE177 To establish links between the literary and cultural works constituting the object of study and the critical theories and the literary and cultural movements that contribute to the understanding of the works.
  CE178 To formulate critical arguments deriving from the analysis of the literary and cultural works constituting the object of study, using specialized terminology, sources and resources, and providing critical and textual evidence to support such arguments.
  CE179 To apply techniques of literary analysis to sample texts from different genres like poetry, theater and prose fiction.
  CE180 To recognize new trends in diverse literary and cultural movements.
  CE181 To recognize new trends in diverse literary and cultural movements.
  CE182 To establish links between literary and other cultural and artistic expressions, like cinema or art, and the socio-political contexts where they are produced.
  CE183 To make visible, raise awareness about and highlight the contributions of women to the literature and culture produced in the first foreign language in different geographical and cultural areas.
  CE184 To identify the role artistic and cultural practices play in relationships between dominant and/or minority groups.
  CE185 To show knowledge of other cultures and artistic expressions and raise awareness in one’s milieu about the appreciation of diversity, interculturalism and multiculturalism.
  CE186 To develop independent, critical thinking, as well as respectful and tolerant attitudes towards different opinions and points of view, and towards social and cultural diversity.
  CE187 To identify the main theoretical approaches concerning the relationships between literature and other artistic practices, with regard to concepts, terminology, typology, historical aspects, fundamental characteristics, methodologies of interpretation and any other issues specified in the relevant program.
  CE188 To describe, analyze and compare (literary, visual, film, etc.) texts representing this relation and to reflect on the interaction with the historical, social and cultural contexts of their production and reception.
  CE189 To formulate critical arguments derived from the analysis of artistic works oriented to the acquisition of a solid method of literary-artistic analysis that reaches beyond a mere intuitive, subjective approach to the texts constituting the object of study.
  CE190 To participate in group debates and activities, developing an independent critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with other agents in the classroom, and upholding tolerant attitudes and democratic values.
  CE191 To plan, structure and produce critical essays and oral presentations in English, formulating hypotheses, using an appropriate methodology to convey ideas correctly and effectively, following academic standards and using sufficient evidence to support the arguments being presented.
  CE192 To find, select, organize and evaluate relevant information about the chosen artistic practice and about the texts to be analyzed in depth, through use of bibliographic sources and electronic resources.
  CE193 To identify the main theoretical contributions about the theoretical and cultural movements constituting the object of study with regard to concepts, terminology, typology, historical aspects, fundamental characteristics, methodologies of interpretation and any other issues specified in the relevant program.
  CE194 To describe, analyze and compare representative texts from such movements and reflect on their interaction with their historical, social and cultural contexts of production and reception.
  CE195 To formulate critical arguments derived from the analysis of literary and artistic works oriented to the acquisition of a solid method of literary-artistic analysis that reaches beyond a mere intuitive, subjective approach to the texts constituting the object of study.
  CE196 To participate in group debates and activities, developing independent critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with other agents in the classroom, and showing attitudes of tolerance towards social and cultural diversity in English-speaking countries, upholding fundamental rights, principles of equality and democratic values.
  CE197 To plan, structure and produce critical essays and oral presentations in English, formulating hypotheses, using an appropriate methodology to convey ideas correctly and effectively, following academic standards and using sufficient evidence to support the arguments being presented.
  CE198 To find, select, organize and evaluate relevant information about the chosen genre(s) and about the texts to be analyzed in depth, through use of bibliographic sources and electronic resources.
  CE199 To identify the main theoretical contributions about the genre(s) and literary mode(s) to be studied with regard to concepts, terminology, typology, historical aspects, fundamental characteristics, methodologies of interpretation and any other issues specified in the relevant program.
  CE200 To describe, analyze and compare representative texts from such genre(s) or mode(s), establish links with texts from the same or different genres, and reflect on their interaction with their historical, social and cultural contexts of production and reception.
  CE201 To participate in group debates and activities, developing independent critical thinking, engaging in respectful and critical dialogue with other agents in the classroom, and showing attitudes of tolerance towards social and cultural diversity in English-speaking countries, upholding fundamental rights, principles of equality and democratic values.
  CE202 To plan, structure and produce critical essays and oral presentations in English, formulating hypotheses, using an appropriate methodology to convey ideas correctly and effectively, following academic standards and using sufficient evidence to support the arguments being presented.
  CE203 To find, select, organize and evaluate relevant information about the chosen genre(s) and about the texts to be analyzed in depth, through use of bibliographic sources and electronic resources.
Type CT Code Transversal Competences
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