aBFLT011 Lékařská latina

Lékařská fakulta
podzim 2021
Rozsah
0/2/0. 30. 2 kr. Ukončení: zk.
Vyučováno prezenčně.
Vyučující
Mgr. Natália Gachallová, Ph.D. (cvičící)
Mgr. Klára Modlíková (cvičící)
Mgr. Marie Okáčová, Ph.D. (cvičící)
Mgr. Andrea Salayová, Ph.D. (cvičící)
Mgr. Tereza Ševčíková (cvičící)
Mgr. Veronika Dvořáčková, Ph.D. (pomocník)
Mgr. Libor Švanda, Ph.D. (pomocník)
PhDr. Jana Vyorálková (pomocník)
Garance
Mgr. Natália Gachallová, Ph.D.
Oddělení Centra jazykového vzdělávání na Lékařské fakultě - Fakultní oddělení celoškolských kateder - Lékařská fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Mgr. Libor Švanda, Ph.D.
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Oddělení Centra jazykového vzdělávání na Lékařské fakultě - Centrum jazykového vzdělávání
Předpoklady
no previous knowledge of Latin required
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
Předmět je určen pouze studentům mateřských oborů.
Mateřské obory/plány
Cíle předmětu
Medical Latin is a preparatory course the purpose of which is to provide students with basic orientation in the professional language. The course addresses three main areas: (1) Latin anatomical nomenclature including all the grammatical concepts necessary (nominal inflection, adjectives), (2) introduction to clinical terminology with a focus on Greek compounds, (3) and the structure, form, and content of Latin medical reports
Výstupy z učení
At the end of the course students will be able to:
  • recognize and explain grammatical concepts relevant for Greek-Latin medical terminology;
  • translate Latin medical expressions;
  • apply basic medical terminology in medical reports;
  • recognize the structure of basic clinical terms;
  • form compound words applying particular word-formation principles;
  • explain syntactic structure of complex phrases.
  • Osnova
    • MEDICAL LATIN - practice. Syllabus.
    • 1st week: Introduction to the study of the subject: significance and contents of the course, methodological instructions. Latin pronunciation. Medical documentation where Latin is used. Dictionary entry, how to understand it and how to manage Latin vocabulary. System of Latin and Greek declensions and the paradigm chart.
    • 2nd week: Basic nominal categories number-gender-case. Syntactic relations among constituents of multiple terms (non-agreed attributes, prepositional phrases), word order. Latin nouns of 1st declension.
    • 3rd week: Syntactic relations among constituents of multiple terms (agreed attribute). Latin and Greek nouns and adjectives of 1st declension.
    • 4th week: Latin and Greek nouns and adjectives of 2nd declension. Introduction to Latin clinical terminology I. (basic principles, word order, syntax, collocations): basic types of fractures. Latin ordinal numerals.
    • 5th week: Revision. Progress test 1. Introduction into Latin and Greek 3rd declension (consonant-stems).
    • 6th week: Latin and Greek nouns of 3rd declension (i-stems). Latin of medical reports.
    • 7th week: Latin nouns of 4th and 5th declensions. Selected suffixes: diminutives, derivation of adjectives.
    • 8th week: Revision. Progress test 2. Latin of medical reports. Typology of wounds and injuries.
    • 9th week: Adjectives of 3rd declension. Terms denoting the position and orientation of the body parts. Terms denoting extremities.
    • 10th week: Comparison of adjectives (regular, irregular, defective). Comparatives and superlatives in anatomical terminology.
    • 11th week: Word-formation (1): Basic principles of derivation. Productive Latin and Greek prefixes and suffixes.
    • 12th week: Word-formation (2): Basic rules of composition. The most frequently used Latin and Greek word-forming components. Terms for the inflammatory diseases. Diagnoses containing expressions suspicio a suspectus, a, um.
    • 13th week: Word-Formation (3): Latin and Greek word-forming components denoting general terms and names of anatomical structures and body fluids.
    • 14th week: Word-Formation (4): Latin and Greek word-forming components for physiological and pathological processes, qualities, characteristics, amount, interventions, and examinations.
    • 15th week: Revision based on authentic medical reports. Final exam.
    Literatura
      doporučená literatura
    • PRUCKLOVÁ, Renata a Marta SEVEROVÁ. Introduction to Latin and Greek terminology in medicine. 4th, rev. ed. Praha: KLP, 2016. xii, 117. ISBN 9788087773413.
    • EHRLICH, Ann a Carol L. SCHROEDER. Medical terminology for health professions. 6th ed. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar, Cegage Learning, 2009. xxvi, 582. ISBN 9781418072520. info
    Výukové metody
    presentations, handouts, exercises, seminar dicussions, groupwork
    Metody hodnocení
    Two mid-term progress tests - in case of passing 5% bonus per each for the final exam Final exam: written test + oral examination. Pass limit in written tests: 60% Other requirements: regular class attendance, active participation in class, preparation for classes. The maximal number of absences is two. All other absences must be properly excused via the Study Department.
    Vyučovací jazyk
    Angličtina
    Informace učitele
    Up-to-date information on the course, office hours, etc. is available in IS MU.
    Contact person: secretary of the Language Centre (UKB, Kamenice 5, Pavilion A15), phone: 549498170; office hours: Monday 10.00-12.00, Wednesday 10.00-12.00, Friday 9.00-11.00. Individual lecturers can also be contacted via e-mail.
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