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GENERAL INFORMATION

Study program

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Field of Academic Expertise

GENERAL STUDIES OF LITERATURE

Subject title

Introduction to American culture

Subject code




ECTS

4

Study year

I

Semester

II

Status of the subject

Mandatory

X

Elective




Number of hours

Lectures

2

Exercises

0

Responsible teacher




The purpose and objective of the subject

Introduction to the major movements and representatives of American culture and civilization with the basic features of the United States. Students will analyze the most important events in the social, political, cultural life through a brief historical overview of the emergence of the United States to this day.

Subject content

American culture from the beginning to the end of the twentieth century

TEACHING METHODS AND ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS

Teaching methods (marked in bold)

Lectures

Seminars and workshops

Exercises

Independent work

Multimedia and the Internet

Distance learning

Consultation

Laboratory

Mentor work

Field work

Comments:


Assessment methods (marked in bold)

Oral

Written

Tests / colloquia

Seminar works

The case studies

Activity in the classroom

Project

Research

Score assessment (mark in bold actions to be evaluated, enter the maximum number of points that a student can earn for each activity, and the minimum number of points that a student needs to achieve for each activity)

Preexamination obligations (up to 70 points)

Points

The minimum number of points

Colloquia - tests (3 colloquia)

30

15

Attendance on the class

5

2,5

Commitment at the classes

5

2,5

Seminar work

30

15

Research







Project







The case studies







Final exam (oral)

30

16

TOTAL NUMBER OF POINTS

100

51

Comments:

LITERATURE

Mandatory literature

Additional literature

Learning outcome

Critical reflection of American culture within the related disciplines


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