Fees: Standard £ 152 Conc £51 Full £286 * Enrol online for standard fee payers only
|Monday||10:00 - 12:00||11||MAC||06/01/2020||23/03/2020||LI2050|
|Wednesday||18:30 - 20:30||11||MAC||08/01/2020||25/03/2020||LI2051|
"Shopping for clothes, comparing and contrasting; conversations in which you can exchange opinions and begin to express complexities of thought and feeling. Revision/recycling of all previous language, plus and in/a/di, dovere and infinitive, comparatives, adverbs, the passato prossimo of reflexive verbs "
Anyone who has enough knowledge to benefit from the course. You should have completed around 90 hours’ study.
See Course Info Sheet for Lower-Intermediate Stage 1 for all details of what's been covered so far. Also ask tutor or curriculum manager if you can sit in and try it (if there are spaces in the class) before you enrol.
"• describe clothes • buy clothes in a shop • compare different items • name colours • talk about likes and dislikes • talk about your family • talk about presents • describe a photograph • talk about the past Grammar: more on direct object pronouns; comparatives; diminutives; possessive adjectives; the superlative; the perfect tense of reflexive verbs; the imperfect "
This course needs your active participation - you have to be prepared to have a go! You'll be encouraged to speak as much as possible in class, to work in small groups and pairs, to work each lesson on all 4 skills: listening and understanding, speaking, reading and writing. We use the course book, tapes, handouots, worksheets, realia (authentic documents), material from the internet.. We aim above all to give you confidence, to have fun - but to work hard as well!
"You'll always have work to review and practise from the previous lesson; you'll have sentences and words to learn by heart; you'll have homework set by the tutor. We recommend that you spend around 15 minutes a day on some kind of language practice - listening to a tape, watching a video, repeating, working with a CD ROM, etc, etc, downloading matrials from websites such as www.bbc.co.uk/languages organising and keeping up your course portfolio. "
You will be encouraged to assess your own progress with help from your tutor, who will monitor your achievements by question and answer, some written work, quizzes, questionnaires, games and some more formal achievement tests. You will need to keep a detailed portfolio of your coursework so that both you and your tutor can monitor and record your progress. Also the class Course File will hold a record of your progress, which you must help to keep up to date.
Italian Lower-Intermediate Stage 3
Coursebook: Italian Espresso (Vol1.) Check with tutor before buying. Dictionary and verb book (tutor will advise). Loose leaf paper. A4 ringbinder, notebooks, vocabulary book.
"Help with literacy or numeracy is available through the basic education programme and the ESOL programme offers help for speakers of other languages. Additional support can be provided for students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities. Details are available in the prospectus or from Teaching or Reception staff. "