Fees: Standard £ 112 Conc £42 Full £190
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"“Lavoreremo in piccolo gruppi, nei quail avremo la possibilitá di parlare della vita di tutti i giorni e potremo comprendere molto meglio la cultura italiana”. Working in small groups / pairs, you will be able to talk about everyday life and you will gain a deeper knowledge of Italian culture and customs. Grammatical structures are explained and practised, where there are difficulties. "
Anyone with a beginner to intermediate level of Italian who would like to improve their language skills and knowledge of Italy and the Italians through speaking.
"You need to have studied Italian for at least one year If in doubt, come and try a class before you enrol. "
"- Introduce yourself and exchange information on personal details (age, profession, etc.) - shop for food in a supermarket, market, etc. - buy a train ticket - talk about members of your family (what they do, where they live, etc.) - ask for and give simple directions - shop for food "
"• you'll be encouraged to speak as much as possible in class • work in small groups and pairs • take an active part in your learning • based on a communicative approach • lots of practical work on speaking and listening, with short, additional reading and writing tasks when appropriate "
"• for best results, try to spend at least 15 minutes per day on some kind of language practice • listen to a tape, watch a video, read a little, learn a few words and phrases by heart (get a friend to test you) • Visit the BBC website for some interesting materials and exercises: www.bbc.co.uk/languages "
"In class by your contributions; written work where set. Your Individual learning Plan will be the subject of joint working between you and your tutor. "
Italian Proficiency Conversation Stage 1
Ringbinder(s), 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 from the guide and from teaching or reception staff. "