Students are expected:
• to develop reflection and analysis competences concerning the structure and functioning of the Portuguese language, particularly in what concerns its sound structure and its functioning at word-level unit;
• to recognize and feature different levels of phonetic and phonological analysis;
• to acquired knowledge regarding identification, description and classification of sounds in Portuguese, as well as their intrinsic structural organization;
• to acquire knowledge on the organization of the internal structure of words and the processes of morphological training available in Portuguese;
• to apply critically the acquired knowledge for analysing different morphological structures;
• to recognize the close interactive relationship between phonology and morphology.
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