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Italian Class Details
Duration: 2 hours Per Class
3 months course.
Prior Knowledge and Skills-
This course is for learners with no knowledge or minimal knowledge of the language.
The content of this course corresponds approximately to level A1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
At the end of the course learners should be able to perform basic tasks such as exchanging greetings, asking and answering simple questions, reading and writing basic sentences. The course also aims to enable learners to develop an appreciation of cultural diversity.
ITALIAN COURSE OUTLINE:
Speaking and Listening:
Greeting upon arriving and leaving
Asking about pronunciation, spelling and meaning
Asking (and answering) about someone’s place of origin
Asking how to say something in Italian
Giving one’s phone numberAsking someone to repeat something
Discussing free time and leisure activities
Discussing how often someone does something
Discussing people’s interests and occupations
Expressing one’s likes and dislikes
Present tense of essere and chiamarsi and first conjugation verbs (singular forms: io and tu)
Sounds [ʤ], [ʧ], [k] and [g]
Singular form of adjectives ending in –o and –a
Use of prepositions di + city names, and in + city and country names
Numbers from 0 to 100
--Reading: skimming and scanning for general or specific information (e.g. data/statistics, facts);
processing information from academic and authentic sources (magazines, journals and the internet),
logical organization of information.
--Writing: (task one) interpreting and comparing data; describing tables, objects, graphs and processes; (task two) stating and developing arguments/opinions; problem-solving; presenting information logically, coherently and cohesively; paragraph mapping (introduction, body of ideas and conclusion)
--Listening: extracting information from texts of varying lengths e.g. university lectures, radio interviews, radio documentaries, conversations; learning what information to look for and what to exclude.
--Speaking: providing information in a formal interview context; giving an short talk on a given topic;
taking part in a formal discussion.
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