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Italian

Italian A1.1

Lecture number
042039b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mon.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Weekly23/09 - 16/12/2019TRO 207
Mon.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Exam16/12/2019TRO 207

Lecturers

Description

This course is suitable for students without previous knowledge of the Italian language. The course is designed for beginners and is based on a communicative approach that encourages students to speak Italian from the very first lesson.
The course teaches the basic elements of Italian grammar required for level A1.1: simple presentation, creation of multiple forms, articles, adjectives, etc.
In order to combine communication skills with grammar knowledge, the participants will take part in interactive learning activities such as role plays and group games during the lessons.
The course will address the learning needs and interests of the students, but with a native speaker as your teacher the course will also aim to awaken your interest in the Italian language and culture and provide information and material on socio-cultural aspects of the Italian lifestyle.
At the end of this level, participants can give a presentation about themselves, their family and friends, express preferences and talk about hobbies and activities in their free time.

Literature

Please bring the following book on your first day of class:
Al dente 1 (A1), Kurs- und Übungsbuch + Audio-CD + DVD
ISBN: 978-3-12-525381-0

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Italian A1.2

Lecture number
042040b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019TRO 204
Wed.6 p.m. - 8 p.m.Exam18/12/2019TRO 204

Lecturers

  • Dr. phil. Azzurra Sarnataro

Description

This course is aimed at students with previous knowledge of the Italian language. Based on the previous knowledge, the aim of the course is to reach an A1 level.
Communication skills will be combined with grammar skills and participants will take part in interactive learning activities such as role-plays and group games during the lessons.
Grammar topics for this level include the use of perfect (passato prossimo), irregular plural forms, modal verbs (dovere, potere, volere). The course will deal with the learning needs and interests of the participants and with a native speaker as your teacher it will also aim to awaken your interest in the Italian language and culture and provide information and materials on socio-cultural aspects of the Italian lifestyle.
At the end of this level, participants will be able to talk about their everyday life, their eating habits and their local and Italian eating culture, to read and write biographical information about themselves and/or famous personalities, to write a description of a city, a country or a fashion style.

Literature

Please bring the following book on your first day of class:
Al Dente - Corso d'Italiano (Lesson 4-8). Please make sure that the edition of the book is the Italian edition with the following ISBN: 978-84-16657-72-8

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Italian A2.1

Lecture number
042041b
Semester
Autumn semester 2019
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Wed.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Weekly25/09 - 18/12/2019TRO 204
Wed.4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Exam18/12/2019TRO 204

Lecturers

  • Dr. phil. Azzurra Sarnataro

Description

The Italian language course A2.1 is aimed at all students who have a basic knowledge of the Italian language according to level A1 and would like to further develop and deepen this knowledge.

With a playful approach and activities, students will be able to practice communication in groups and individually, using the example of contextual situations and current topics of Italian culture, practicing vocabulary and grammatical structures.

The following communication goals are pursued in the course: to talk about people and things in the past, to express memories, desires, dreams and feelings, to give advice and ask for advice, to express criticism, to make predictions, to present and defend one's own opinion, to apply somewhere. The grammar focuses on: the conjugation of tenses in the indicative Passato Prossimo, Imperfetto and the modes Condizionale and Imperativ of regular and irregular verbs, possessive and relative pronouns, comparatives and superlatives.

The course takes place once a week. A final exam is written on the last day of the course.
In the course of the semester, course participants complete 30 attendance hours. Regular participation is a necessary prerequisite for successful learning. This includes an additional 30 hours of work for homework, own vocabulary work and the preparation of presentations and final exams.

Literature

Please bring the following book with you when you start your lessons:
Al dente 2 (A2), Libro dello studente + esercizi + CD + DVD
ISBN: 978-3-12-525384-1 (Italian edition!)

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Registration not yet possible.