Mémoire de Master
Le mémoire de master MEEF est un dossier d’environ 40-60 pages qui traite d’une thématique liée à l’enseignement. C’est une réflexion organisée rédigée à partir d’une problématique, basée sur vos connaissances et expériences pratiques. Cet exercice noté donne souvent lieu à une soutenance orale en fin de master 2.
This course introduces students to literary theory and literary criticism. The students should get acquainted with the philosophical and social background of the different methods of interpretation of literature. The course gives an overview of the historical developments of the methods of analysis and interpretation of literature in Germany. A few selected methods will be discussed thoroughly
The course will try to focus on the language needed in business correspondence keeping in mind the increasing demand for knowledge of German language in all possible areas of Indo-German collaborations. It will also try to incorporate various aspects like Technology, scientific German, IT etc. A project will include direct interaction with German industries in and around Pune and form an independent part of the evaluation
The focus of this course is contemporary German women’s literature with special reference to women’s liberation movement in the decade of 1970 -80 and theoretical discussions in the areas of sociology, politics, gender studies and literary criticism. The course will discuss short stories, novels, poetry, plays, radio plays as representation of women’s literature. The students should get acquainted with different themes and styles of the different genres of women’s literature
The course enables the students to study the literary form- ’Radio-Play (Hörspiel)’- in details. The main objectives of the course are to define the literary genre ‘Hörspiel’, to study the characteristics of Hörspiel, to have a historical overview of this literary form, to understand its importance in the Literature of 20th Century and to read and analyse selected radio-plays with reference to content and form.
The aim of the course is to hone the translation relevant German and English language skills of the students, to give them translation practice of translating basic technical and non-literary and literary texts, to make them aware of the various factors, which play a major role in translation.
It is often seen that there is a great influence of philosophy on the literature. This course aims at making students aware of different philosophical thoughts and traditions of Germany and German speaking countries.
In this second part of the course the students will get acquainted with the trends in the Didactics of Foreign Language Teaching. This Part deals with the didactic and methodological aspects of the major areas of Foreign Language Teaching like language-skills and Landeskunde (information about German speaking countries). The micro teaching for Language Skills and Landeskunde as well as planning and conducting lessons to teach the areas like text, vocabulary, language skills lead the students to actual teaching practice.
By focusing on translation of complex technical and LSP texts in this course the students will get extensive practice of translating texts from various areas. The problems and important aspects will be discussed, which they will encounter in the profession as a translator. This course will also give them a strong theoretical base because significant translation theories will be discussed in detail.
The course aims to create an awareness regarding
medium specific features in the two media literature and film in the treatment
of a narrative. Chief objective of this course is to introduce film specific
nuances of analysis, develop comparative approach to analysing narrative
strategies between these two media and underline the strengths and shortcomings
of media dependent factors.
This course offers the students a creative and
innovative approach to Literature, enables them to have an insight into
production of literary texts, stylistic aspects and characteristics of genres
through creative writing. The main objectives of the course are to define the
term ‘Creative Writing’, to identify possibilities, problems and advantages of
creative writing, especially with reference to learning of Foreign Language and Literature, to promote
writing skills and to practise creative writing : poems, short-stories,
Main aim of the course is to develop skills in
writing smaller research papers like term papers, book and film reviews,
prepare bibliographies, write foot notes and various types of quotations from
secondary sources, integrate quotes from websites, effective use of internet
sites for websearch of topics and terms. Students learn to develop the theme
systematically and methodically.
This course will give general introduction to linguistic elements of at different levels of language structure. The students will get acquainted with the different approaches to define language. The course will discuss areas like phonetics, morphology, lexicology and syntax. Thus it should create awareness about formation and use of language elements and enhance skills in German Language.
The aim of the course is to enable the students to have an overview of various literary movements and trends in German Literature since 1945 and to acquaint them with socio-political and cultural developments during this period. The theoretical discussion in this part is substantiated with the analysis and interpretation of selected short-stories, short narrative texts and poems.