|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||L-FIL-LET/12|
|LANGUAGE||Italian (English on demand)|
The course aims to provide foreign students with an Italian language competence at A1 level (contact) according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR https://www.coe.int/en/web/common-european-framework-reference-language…).
The course allows the student to achieve a sufficient oral and written comprehension of the local language, as well as an introduction to country culture.
At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand written and oral texts in Italian and to write and speak in Italian according to the criteria described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR https://www.coe.int/en/web/common-european-framework-reference-language…) for A1 level.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
The course includes 40 hours (4 CFU) during the first semester.
Learning activities are listed below:
- Watch some videos
- Vocabulary and grammar exercises
- Describe some pictures
- Brief listening
- Playful activities
- Reading/listening and comprehension
- Progress test
- Conversation and interaction.
Greetings, nationalities, classroom objects, people and school environments, human body parts, hours of the day, hobbies , days of the week, months, jobs, seasons, holidays, weather, dishes and meals, food and drink, types of restaurants, table setting, clothing, colors, means of transportation, shops, places in the city and sports.
Introduce yourself; ask and say name, nationality and age; ask and tell how you are; spelling in Italian; express agreement, disagreement, uncertainty and doubt; ask and say where you work; express an opinion; ask for explanations; describe the human body; order at a bar; ask and say the time; accept or decline an invitation; talk about leisure time; ask and say the date of birth; ask and say what day it is; organise a trip; offer good wishes; ask about and say something that happen in the past; describe a person's character, ask and give directions; talk about your family; order at a restaurant; be able to locate objects; talk about daily habits; shop in a store.
Alphabet, personal pronouns, pronunciation c and g, formal and informal distinctions, affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences, the gender and number of names and adjectives, masculine and feminine/singular and plural, noun and adjective agreement, cardinal and ordinal numbers, definite and indefinite articles, present tens of regular, irregular and reflective verbs, qualifying adjectives , demonstrative adjectives, possessive adjectives, adverbs of frequency, simple and articulated prepositions, improper prepositions.
You have to understand the story told in the textbook "Via del Corso A1".
T.Marin, P.Diadori, Via del corso A1, Edilingua
Additional material will be provided during the lessons
Office hours: To make an appointment, send an email to the professor (firstname.lastname@example.org).
LAURA MORANO (President)
FULVIO MASTROGIOVANNI (President Substitute)
Lessons will start on Monday 27th September.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Final written test and oral test
To be eligible for the oral test, students must pass the written test with a minimum grade of 16/30. The grade obtained in the written test will be averaged with the score obtained on the oral test.
Online registration is required.
The written test is based on the lexical, grammatical and communicative topics covered in the textbook "Via del Corso A1".
Reading and comprehension of elementary texts
Comprehension questions related to the textbook "Via del Corso A1"
The dictionary is not allowed.
The candidate should be able to introduce himself.
The candidate should be able to describe an image.