Faculty of Arts


ITALIAN 106

Italian Language for Beginners 1


Please note: this is archived course information from 2018 for ITALIAN 106.

Description

This first-year language course follows the guidelines set out by the European document Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (Cambridge University Press, 2001), and seeks a balance between the communicative and structural elements of language learning.

Its aim is to guide you to become aware of your personal learning style and strategies, and to support you in your independent learning while you are developing your individual linguistic system. The language acquisition process takes place and is reinforced through daily contact with the language and through the interactive computer component. The structures of the language emerge from the linguistic encounters in class, where language teaching is embedded in the sociocultural context of contemporary Italy. The multimedia component reinforces, tests and contextualises language learning done in the classroom and is regarded as an essential part of this course.

Provisional class limits information for 2018: Enrolment in ITALIAN 106G is limited to 40 students in Summer School, 60 students in Semester One and 40 students in Semester Two. 

Enrolment in ITALIAN 106 is limited to 30 students in Summer School, 45 students in Semester One and 30 students in Semester Two. 

View the course syllabus

Availability 2018

Summer School, repeated Semester 1 and 2

Lecturer(s)

Coordinator(s)  Gabriella Brussino

Reading/Texts

T. Marin and S. Magnelli. The Italian Project 1a. Edilingua. (Revised edition of the workbook)

Recommended Reading

  • M. Dominici. Dieci Racconti. Edilingua.
  • Any Pocket Italian/English, English/Italian Dictionary

Points

ITALIAN 106: 15.0 points

Restrictions

ITALIAN 166. May not be taken if a more advanced language acquisition course in this subject has previously been passed


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