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Italian — Year 4 (Part 3)

Key course information

Languages

28/04/2021

9 weeks

Part time

89.00

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Course Overview


Learning a language can be a very rewarding and enjoyable experience, whether you would like to continue studying for pleasure, travel, business, or simply to meet like-minded people. Come and join our class which is taught in a friendly, relaxed and adult orientated manner. This is an 8 week online course and it is the third of a three part course, giving you the opportunity to progress even further should you wish. This course online needs Office 365 Teams. You will be able to access this from the College website after your enrolment.


What will I learn?


The emphasis will be primarily on consolidating previous knowledge and extending vocabulary, structures and fluency. Listening, speaking, reading and writing activities are designed to maximise your confidence and progress. The course will concentrate on the four language skills with particular focus on the speaking and listening and will extend grammar knowledge. Learners will be encouraged to express themselves and give opinions in Italian.

The course will include a revision and extension of structures and progress to extend the use of subjunctive and achieve the use of structures such the imperfect subjunctive and passive. The course will be based on level B1 of the CEFR.

The topics covered will include: Any topics or structures not covered in Year 4 (Part 2), made in Italy (description of items),
past subjunctive, some structures that support the subjunctive, reading an easy reading book in Italian.

Entry Requirements


This course is suitable for adult learners who have completed the Italian - Year 4 (Part 2) course at Wiltshire College & University Centre or a similar level course.

This is also suitable for those who have previous knowledge of the language and who feel they can cope at a level with the topics and grammar itemised.

Study, Assessment and Qualifications


Because of online structure of the course, the tutor will send you every week before the lesson any handouts (and eventually sound files) you will need for it and the notes for the listening activities you have to do before the class.
The lesson will be on speaking, answering questions, checking difficulties, discovering and practice new vocabulary and structures, some listening and reading activities. After the lesson the tutor will send you or suggest some homework to consolidate your learning.

Assessment is informal, based on your personal targets and the learning outcomes and will be undertaken regularly with you by the course lecturer.

There are no final qualifications associated with this course.

Additional Costs and Information


You will be asked to buy a course book, this will be discussed in your first session.

Please also bring an A4 folder, paper and pens.

To get maximum benefit from the course, learners should expect to do up to an hour at home each week to reinforce the work covered in class. Your lecturer will advise you on what work to do at home.

What Could I Do Next?

On completion of your course you may choose to progress onto these following courses

Languages


Career Opportunities

  • Translator
  • Interpreter
  • Development Worker

  • Political Risk Analyst
  • Languages Teacher
  • Speech And Language Therapist

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The world’s most widely spoken languages are: Mandarin Chinese, English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German and French.

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