Modules of Italian

Italian version

These courses of Italian are NOT open to ERASMUS and BILATERAL AGREEMENTS students.

 

Aperti a:Grammar
from 05/04/2019
Speaking Formally
from 05/04/2019
Academic Writing
from 05/04/2019
Phonetics
from 05/04/2019
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These courses of Italian are 15 hour intensive courses which aim to improve different language skills. There are three different courses: 1. Grammar, 2. Speaking 3. Academic Writing, 4.Phonetics

Each course is activated with a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 20 participants per class.

No placement test is required.

If you want to attend one of the courses, please read the descriptions below carefully. You may attend one of the course freeof charge.

The Language Centre does NOT assign university credits (CFUs)  for these courses.

  • The course is aimed at students who have already studied Italian and have achieved a B2 level.

    The course starts on Friday 5th April 2019 and ends on Friday 24th May 2019.

    Classes are 2.5 academic-hours long, and the course includes a total of 15 academic hours in class + 5 hours of independent work at home (participants need to attend 70% of classes).

    Classes are held once a week on a Friday from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.

    The course is aimed at students who have already studied Italian and have achieved a B2 level. Students who do not hold a certificate will have a meeting with the teacher in order to verify their proficiency level in Italian.

    PROGRAMME: The course deals with some of the most complex topics for those who learn L2 Italian. In particular:

    • Use of the subjunctive (congiuntivo) and conditional (condizionale)
    • Rules of concordance
    • From simple to complex sentences: coordinate and subordinate clauses
    • Personal, simple and double Pronouns
    • Relative Pronouns

     

    WARNING: places are limited. A waiting list will be created when the maximum number is reached.

     

  • The course starts on Friday 5th April 2019 and ends on Friday 31st May 2019.

    Classes are 2 academic-hours long, and the course includes a total of 15 academic hours in class + 5 hours of independent work at home (participants need to attend 70% of classes).

    Classes are held once a week on Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

    There will be classes of two levels:

    Beginners: for students who are absolute beginners or have a poor knowledge of Italian (A1 level).

    Before the lessons start the teacher will have a meeting with the enrolled students in order to inform them on the objectives of the modules and to check their motivation and expectations about the course.

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Practicing some aspects of pronunciation (phonological) in order to acquire fluency in articulating the sounds and in interacting
    • Practice speaking in order to facilitate a more relaxed approach in interacting in formal and informal environments

     

    WARNING: places are limited. A waiting list will be created when the maximum number is reached.

    Elementary: for students who have already studied Italian (already A1 level or A2).

    Before the lessons start the teacher will have a meeting with the enrolled students in order to inform them on the objectives of the modules and to check their motivation and expectations about the course.

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Practice speaking to develop fluency and spontaneity in conversation
    • Promote interaction in Italian through current news or cultural subjects

     

    WARNING: places are limited. A waiting list will be created when the maximum number is reached.

     

  • The course is aimed at students who have already studied Italian and have achieved a B1+/B2 level.

    The course starts on Friday 5th April 2019 and ends on Friday 31st May 2019. Classes are 2 hours long, and the course includes a total of 15 academic hours in class + 5 hours of independent work at home (participants need to attend 70% of classes).

    Classes are held once a week on a Friday from 10.30 a.m. to 12.30 a.m.

     PROGRAMME:

    • Use of punctuation and of the correct spelling of words in academic texts
    • Techniques of re-writing of a text: from a text to a summary, from notes to text
    • Writing: formal letters and emails, abstracts, reviews, regulations, reports

    Students will carry out writing activities on their own and in collaboration with fellow students in small groups.

    Students will carry out writing activities on their own and in collaboration with fellow students in small groups.

     

    WARNING: places are limited. A waiting list will be created when the maximum number is reached.

  • The course starts on Friday 5th April 2019 and ends on Friday 31st May 2019. Classes are 2 academic-hours long, and the course includes a total of 15 academic hours in class + 5 hours of independent work at home (participants need to attend 70% of classes).

    Classes are held once a week on a Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

    The course is aimed at students with any proficiency level in Italian who have difficulties in articulating particular Italian sounds and in reading accurately words and texts in Italian and in writing Italian words (graphemics).

    PROGRAMME:

    • face articulatory difficulties of single students
    • present an overview about how sounds are created (human vocal apparatus)
    • present the Italian phonetic catalogue
    • face difficult sounds for non-Italophones
    • point out the most frequent intonation lines in Italian speaking

     

    WARNING: places are limited. A waiting list will be created when the maximum number is reached.

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The Language Centre can not register CFU/ECTs for these courses.