The Complete Italian Language

Learn the Italian language properly from beginners to advanced level. In this course professional’s ability get enhanced to speak, read and write the Italian language.

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Training Schedule

Start Date End Date No.of Hrs Time (IST) Days Apply
23rd-Jun-2018 13th-Jul-2018 120 10:00AM - 1:00PM Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday,Sunday

What Will I Learn?


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  Be Equipped with Professional Hands on Training.
  Develop apps for startups, business or for gaming purpose.
  Become Master & hire instantly by companies
  Craft your own portfolio to impress your clients
  Get opportunity to work as developer, trainer etc.

Requirements

  No Programming experience needed.
  A Laptop or PC with good configuration required.
  No Paid Software Required.

Description

Taking the Italian language training program from KVCH will provide guaranteed benefits to the candidates or professionals. KVCH focus to give participants the skills to interpret Italian life, using language as the key to decode the Italian society and culture, in the broad sense. Our study modules are basically based on spoken communication, but also deal with more formal aspects of the language like vocabulary and grammar.

The syllabus modules are developed by our highly-qualified experienced experts to make candidates easy for learning the Italian language. KVCH not only pays attention to bookish learning but we make sure candidates can use the language practically for all the situations with integrated and interactive sessions.

 

Who should take this language course?

•    Anyone who wants to learn the Italian language.

•    Intermediate who wants to improve their Italian.

Curriculum for this course

  • Italian Elementary
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Saying hello and goodbye​
    •     ►  Introducing yourself
    •     ►  Nationality
    •     ►  Address and telephone number
    •     ►  Asking and saying how one is
    •     ►  Asking and giving personal details about one’s job and the languages one speaks
    •     ►  Apologising
    •     ►  Ordering food and drink at a bar and paying
    •     ►  Reading a simple menu
    •     ►  Spelling one’s name
    •     ►  Talking about one’s preferences
    •     ►  Asking and telling the time
    •     ►  Talking about one’s everyday routine
    •     ►  Referring events in a chronological order
    •     ►  Expressing frequency
    •     ►  Expressing likes and dislikes
    •     ►  The Italian alphabet
    •     ►  Numbers 1-100
    •     ►  Days of the week
    •     ►  Booking a table at a restaurant
    •     ►  Understanding simple city directions
    •     ►  Understanding a menu
    •     ►  Function Scope
    •     ►  Some Italian recipes
    •     ►  Some expressions of place
    •     ►  Talking about past events
    •     ►  Writing a greeting card
    •     ►  Some expressions of time
    •     ►  The connectors allora, prima, poi
    •     ►  The date and months of the year
    •     ►  Talking about sport and other leisure activities
    •     ►   Saying what one can and cannot do
    •     ►   Grocery shopping
    •     ►   Organising a meal
    •     ►   Organising a meal
    •     ►   More food
    •     ►   Colours
    •     ►   Expressing quantity
    •     ►   Describing a city or a borough
    •     ►   Writing an email and inviting a friend over
    •     ►   Talking about public transport
    •     ►   Organising a city tour
    •     ►   Public institutions and offices
    •     ►   Adjectives used when describing a flat/house
    •     ►   More expression of place
    •     ►   Describing people
    •     ►   Talking about one’s family
    •     ►   Talking about one’s friends and neighbours
    •     ►   Family names and adjectives
    •     ►   Describing a family picture
    •     ►   Designing a website for a course of Italian
    •     ►   Talking about places where one has been in the past
    •     ►   Understanding brief tourist information
    •     ►   Getting information about services at a hotel
    •     ►   Booking a hotel room
    •     ►   Writing a postcard
    •     ►   Describing one’s holiday
    •     ►   Organising a weekend in Italy
    •     ►   Numbers 101 – 1000
    •     ►   Introducing someone
    •     ►   Talking about one’s language learning experience
    •     ►   Expressing one’s preferences and opinions
    •     ►   Giving explanation for one’s choices.
    •     ►   Asking information about train timetables and tickets
    •     ►   Understanding a train timetable
    •     ►   Buying a train ticket at a railway station
    •     ►   Expressing a wish
    •     ►   Giving a suggestion
    •     ►   Asking for something in a polite way
    •     ►   Describing clothing
    •     ►   Talking about past habits and lifestyles
    •     ►   Talking about setback during one’s holiday
    •     ►   Describing a physical problem
    •     ►   Having a conversation with a GP
    •     ►   Asking and giving suggestions/advice about health problems
    •     ►   Understanding an information leaflet in medicine boxes
    •     ►   Talking about one’s travelling habits/preferences
    •     ►   Understanding and giving advice about travel safety
    •     ►   Understanding traffic updates on the radio
    •     ►   Reporting a stolen or lost item
    •     ►   Describing objects
    •     ►   Food and recipes
    •     ►   Parts of the body
    •     ►   The verbs prendere and mettere with drugs/medicines
    •     ►   Adjectives to describe objects
    •     ►   Talking about information and media
    •     ►   Understanding the main headlines in a radio news broadcast
    •     ►   Announcing scheduled events
    •     ►   Talking about future events
    •     ►   Choosing and understanding a TV programme
    •     ►   Understanding a property advert
    •     ►   Asking details about a property
    •     ►   Expressing needs
    •     ►   Expressing surprise and regret
    •     ►   Talking about holiday accommodation options
    •     ►   Paying somebody a compliment
    •     ►   Preparing one’s profile for a couch-surfing website
    •     ►   Talking about holidays and traditional events
    •     ►   Inviting someone at an event, accepting and refusing an invitation
    •     ►   Going shopping at a local street market.
  • 2. Grammar
    •     ►  Personal subject pronouns
    •     ►  Definite and indefinite articles
    •     ►  Nouns
    •     ►  Adjectives
    •     ►  Present tense of regular verbs
    •     ►  Interrogatives
    •     ►  Food and beverage
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Adverbs of frequency
    •     ►  The verbs sapere and potere
    •     ►  More about the verb piacere
    •     ►  Prepositions in and a
    •     ►  Regular and irregular past participles
    •     ►  The Present Perfect
    •     ►  Expressing frequency
    •     ►  The adverb fa
    •     ►  More interrogatives
    •     ►  The agreement noun/adjective (plural)
    •     ►  Direct object pronouns
    •     ►  The particle ne
    •     ►  The partitive articles
    •     ►  The expressions c’è/ci sono
    •     ►  The verbs venire and volere
    •     ►  Combined preposition su+ article
    •     ►  The preposition in
    •     ►  The possessives
    •     ►  Demonstrative pronouns questo and quello
    •     ►  Impersonal construction with si
    •     ►  The verb dovere
    •     ►  The particle ci
    •     ►  Revision: the verb piacere + Infinitive
    •     ►   Indirect object pronouns
    •     ►   The verb interessare
    •     ►   The expressions mi piace di più/di meno
    •     ►   The relative superlative
    •     ►   The verbs volerci and bisogna
    •     ►   The present conditional
    •     ►   Expressing quantity
    •     ►   Qualche
    •     ►   The adverbs ending in –mente
    •     ►   The imperfect tense
    •     ►   The comparatives (regular forms)
    •     ►   The use of the preposition da
    •     ►   The use of Present Perfect and Imperfect
    •     ►   The present perfect of reflexive verbs
    •     ►   The relative pronoun che
    •     ►   The absolute superlative
    •     ►   The position of the adverbs
    •     ►   Nouns with irregular plural
    •     ►   The formal imperative
    •     ►   The use of pronouns with the imperative mood
    •     ►   The informal imperative
    •     ►   The negative form of the imperative mood
    •     ►   The conjunction se
    •     ►   Comparisons with di or che
    •     ►   Meglio and migliore
    •     ►   The future simple
    •     ►   The progressive form with stare + gerund
    •     ►   The structure che + adjective + noun
    •     ►   The direct object pronouns + present perfect
    •     ►   Quello and Bello + nouns
    •     ►   The forms of buono
    •     ►   The imperfect and present perfect of sapere and conoscere
    •     ►   The verbs cominciare/ iniziare and finire
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Titles of study in Italian business cards
    •     ►  The “coffee culture” in Italy
    •     ►  Greetings and gestures
    •     ►  The “coffee culture” in Italy
    •     ►  Present tense of regular verbs
    •     ►  The world of work in Italy (male/female jobs)
    •     ►  Meals as a family ritual
    •     ►  Etiquette and cultural awareness: dos and dont’s at an Italian restaurant
    •     ►  Giving and receiving presents
    •     ►  Special events in the Italian cities: the Notte Bianca
    •     ►  The square as a meeting point
    •     ►  Gestural expressiveness
    •     ►  Means of transport and maps
    •     ►  Italian words used abroad
    •     ►  Railway transport in Italy
    •     ►  Italian icons and symbols
    •     ►  Culture and free time
    •     ►  Italian recipes
    •     ►  Italian body language
    •     ►  Emergency numbers in Italy
    •     ► Italians and the TV
    •     ►  Inviting friends over in Italy
    •     ►  Shopping
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Basic pronunciation rules
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice – inc. postcards, e-mails, etc.
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: reflecting on your learning style
    •     ►  Revisiting pronunciation rules and numbers
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: learning new vocabulary, dealing with unknown words,
                approaching grammar, approaching a listening task.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. application letter
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: Reading and understanding a text; using non-verbal
                communication; understanding symbols and images
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. stories, reviews, etc.
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: A test about the “multiple intelligences”; reading skills: skimming
                and scanning; Understanding a radio broadcast; systemising: logic and grammar.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. adverts and short articles
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: In your own words: paraphrasing; communicating through
                gestures; learning through the loci.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – e.g. phone messages
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: Learning using information media; learning using mental images;
                systemising: logic and vocabulary.
  • 5. Proficiency
    •     ►  A wide range of topics based around students’ own interests, could include topics of general interest: global issues,              popular science, environment, media and advertising; culture and entertainment; beliefs  and religions, etc.
    •     ►  Materials used to spark conversation will include articles, DVD, video, internet extracts.
    •     ►  Grammar: At this level, Grammar should be covered and revised according to the students’ needs.
  • Italian Master
  • Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Primarily topics of students’ choice
    •     ►  Expressing expectation, doubts, and hopes
    •     ►  Talking about social and political issues
    •     ►  Talking about changes in your life
    •     ►  Giving instructions
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Relating an extraordinary event
    •     ►  Understanding poetic language
    •     ►  Perception of time in different cultures
    •     ►  Work and occupation – inc. Future perspectives, innovative ideas and multicultural approach
    •     ►  Health – inc. Alternative therapies and history of medical science
    •     ►  Emotions – inc. Cultural differences in perception and expression
    •     ►  Europe and the European Community
    •     ►  Discussing topical news of the day
  • Grammar:
    •     ►  Primarily topics of students’ choice
    •     ►  Expressing expectation, doubts, and hopes
    •     ►  Talking about social and political issues
    •     ►  Talking about changes in your life
    •     ►  Giving instructions
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Relating an extraordinary event
    •     ►  Understanding poetic language
    •     ►  Perception of time in different cultures
    •     ►  Work and occupation – inc. Future perspectives, innovative ideas and multicultural approach
    •     ►  Health – inc. Alternative therapies and history of medical science
    •     ►  Emotions – inc. Cultural differences in perception and expression
    •     ►  Europe and the European Community
    •     ►  Discussing topical news of the day
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  The Italians – inc. inside and outside look, prejudices and stereotypes
    •     ►  Artistic life in Italy – inc. introduction of various Italian artists and their works
    •     ►  University and further education in Italy and abroad
    •     ►  Traditional, peculiar houses: Alberobello’s trulli, Matera’s sassi
    •     ►  Italians and strikes
    •     ►  Idiomatic expressions with animals and parts of the body
    •     ►  Equal opportunities in Italy
    •     ►  Italian wines
  • Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. Situational exercises & interaction; focus on discussion
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. Short stories, reviews and comments, advertisments
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – authentic sources, e.g. Radio, TV, films and discs
    •     ►  Advanced pronunciation
    •     ►  Writing a complaint
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Evaluating and analysing advertisements
    •     ►  Writing a short tale
    •     ►  Summarising an interview, a biography
    •     ►  Carrying out an interview
    •     ►  Reading a book together
    •     ►  Discussing, complaining, protesting and claiming Proficiency
    •     ►  A wide range of topics based around students’ own interests, could include topics of general interest: global issues,              popular science, environment, media and advertising; culture and entertainment; beliefs and religions, etc.
    •     ►  Materials used to spark conversation will include articles, DVD, video, internet extracts.
    •     ►  Grammar: At this level, Grammar should be covered and revised according to the students’ needs.
  • Italian - Professional
  • Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describing monuments
    •     ►  Giving instructions for a touristic itinerary, a recipe, or a set of rules
    •     ►  Describing people and situations in the past
    •     ►  Talking about your family, yourself and your origins
    •     ►  Making a reservation
    •     ►  Ordering at a restaurant
    •     ►  Inviting and accepting an invitation
    •     ►  Expressing your opinion, making comments about your experiences
    •     ►  Describing situations and events in the past
    •     ►  Carrying out an interview
    •     ►  Agreeing & disagreeing
    •     ►  Having an argument
    •     ►  Building friendly, informal relationships
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Hypothesis, suppositions and resolutions
    •     ►  The world of work
    •     ►  Telling the plot of a movie/a book
    •     ►  Streets and street signs
    •     ►  Excuses and accepting excuses
    •     ►  Talking about cities and culture
    •     ►  Conflict and resolution
    •     ►  Linking past to present
    •     ►  Making friends – talking about self, states of mind and feelings
    •     ►  Projects, wishes, hypothesis and resolutions for the future (continued)
    •     ►  Giving suggestions/advice
    •     ►  Describing facts and events in former times, telling a story, a fable
    •     ►  Making polite requests
    •     ►  Giving explanations, finding solutions, saying “sorry”
    •     ►  Studying – inc. history of (personal) education, teaching styles, adult education in Italy
    •     ►  Relationships – inc. dream partner, challenges, tips, arguments and reconciliation Consumerism
    •     ►  Globalisation
    •     ►  New media – inc. usage, development, advantages and disadvantages
    •     ►  Travelling and mobility – inc. making complaints orally or written
    •     ►  Expressing wishes which did not come true in the past
    •     ►  Giving suggestions in order to avoid mistakes
    •     ►  Talking about future events in the past
    •     ►  Talking about one’s regrets
    •     ►  Encouraging or discouraging someone
    •     ►  Expressing one’s opinion and point of view; asking for clarifications; proposing solutions to a problem
  • Grammar:
    •     ►  Revisiting previous level’s grammar
    •     ►  The imperative of regular and reflexive verbs
    •     ►  The Imperfect tense
    •     ►  Possessive pronouns and adjectives
    •     ►  The use of the imperfect and the present perfect
    •     ►  The future
    •     ►  The present progressive
    •     ►  Simple and combined prepositions
    •     ►  Prepositions with verbs
    •     ►  Absolute superlative
    •     ►  Direct and indirect object pronouns
    •     ►  Pronominal verbs
    •     ►  Exclamatives
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Pronouns and verbs
    •     ►  Present conditional
    •     ►  Relative pronouns
    •     ►  Simple (remote) past of regular and irregular verbs
    •     ►  Interrogative pronouns
    •     ►  Revision of simple and combined prepositions
    •     ►  Past conditional; the future in the past
    •     ►  Past perfect
    •     ►  Hypothetical Constructions
    •     ►  Imperfect subjunctive
    •     ►  Combined object pronouns
    •     ►  The Imperative + pronouns
    •     ►  The formation of adverbs
    •     ►  Adjectives ending in -oso, -bile
    •     ►  Conjunctions and connectors
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Rome: Art, History, cuisine
    •     ►  Italian cooking & recipes
    •     ►  Italian family and wedding
    •     ►  Having an argument with an Italian
    •     ►  Discourse markers: expressing impatience, surprise, and wonder
    •     ►  Italians and Ferragosto
    •     ►  Young people and unemployment
    •     ►  Italian journalism
    •     ►  Children and bullying in school
    •     ►  Italians and the immigrants
    •     ►  The dialects
    •     ►  Loan words
    •     ►  The South – countryside, atmosphere, people
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Italian journalism
    •     ►  Pasta
    •     ►  Friends and family
    •     ►  Italians and Ferragosto
  • Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. adverts and short articles
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Having an argument with an Italian
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Young people and unemployment
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – e.g. phone messages

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Learn the Italian language properly from beginners to advanced level. In this course professional’s ability get enhanced to speak, read and write the Italian language.

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What Will I Learn?


  How to build application for any industry.
   Be Equipped with Professional Hands on Training.
  Develop apps for startups, business or for gaming purpose.
  Become Master & hire instantly by companies.
  Craft your own portfolio to impress your clients.
  Get opportunity to work as developer, trainer etc.
  No Programming experience needed.
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  No Paid Software Required.

Description

Taking the Italian language training program from KVCH will provide guaranteed benefits to the candidates or professionals. KVCH focus to give participants the skills to interpret Italian life, using language as the key to decode the Italian society and culture, in the broad sense. Our study modules are basically based on spoken communication, but also deal with more formal aspects of the language like vocabulary and grammar.

The syllabus modules are developed by our highly-qualified experienced experts to make candidates easy for learning the Italian language. KVCH not only pays attention to bookish learning but we make sure candidates can use the language practically for all the situations with integrated and interactive sessions.

 

Who should take this language course?

•    Anyone who wants to learn the Italian language.

•    Intermediate who wants to improve their Italian.

  • Italian Elementary
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Saying hello and goodbye​
    •     ►  Introducing yourself
    •     ►  Nationality
    •     ►  Address and telephone number
    •     ►  Asking and saying how one is
    •     ►  Asking and giving personal details about one’s job and the languages one speaks
    •     ►  Apologising
    •     ►  Ordering food and drink at a bar and paying
    •     ►  Reading a simple menu
    •     ►  Spelling one’s name
    •     ►  Talking about one’s preferences
    •     ►  Asking and telling the time
    •     ►  Talking about one’s everyday routine
    •     ►  Referring events in a chronological order
    •     ►  Expressing frequency
    •     ►  Expressing likes and dislikes
    •     ►  The Italian alphabet
    •     ►  Numbers 1-100
    •     ►  Days of the week
    •     ►  Booking a table at a restaurant
    •     ►  Understanding simple city directions
    •     ►  Understanding a menu
    •     ►  Function Scope
    •     ►  Some Italian recipes
    •     ►  Some expressions of place
    •     ►  Talking about past events
    •     ►  Writing a greeting card
    •     ►  Some expressions of time
    •     ►  The connectors allora, prima, poi
    •     ►  The date and months of the year
    •     ►  Talking about sport and other leisure activities
    •     ►   Saying what one can and cannot do
    •     ►   Grocery shopping
    •     ►   Organising a meal
    •     ►   Organising a meal
    •     ►   More food
    •     ►   Colours
    •     ►   Expressing quantity
    •     ►   Describing a city or a borough
    •     ►   Writing an email and inviting a friend over
    •     ►   Talking about public transport
    •     ►   Organising a city tour
    •     ►   Public institutions and offices
    •     ►   Adjectives used when describing a flat/house
    •     ►   More expression of place
    •     ►   Describing people
    •     ►   Talking about one’s family
    •     ►   Talking about one’s friends and neighbours
    •     ►   Family names and adjectives
    •     ►   Describing a family picture
    •     ►   Designing a website for a course of Italian
    •     ►   Talking about places where one has been in the past
    •     ►   Understanding brief tourist information
    •     ►   Getting information about services at a hotel
    •     ►   Booking a hotel room
    •     ►   Writing a postcard
    •     ►   Describing one’s holiday
    •     ►   Organising a weekend in Italy
    •     ►   Numbers 101 – 1000
    •     ►   Introducing someone
    •     ►   Talking about one’s language learning experience
    •     ►   Expressing one’s preferences and opinions
    •     ►   Giving explanation for one’s choices.
    •     ►   Asking information about train timetables and tickets
    •     ►   Understanding a train timetable
    •     ►   Buying a train ticket at a railway station
    •     ►   Expressing a wish
    •     ►   Giving a suggestion
    •     ►   Asking for something in a polite way
    •     ►   Describing clothing
    •     ►   Talking about past habits and lifestyles
    •     ►   Talking about setback during one’s holiday
    •     ►   Describing a physical problem
    •     ►   Having a conversation with a GP
    •     ►   Asking and giving suggestions/advice about health problems
    •     ►   Understanding an information leaflet in medicine boxes
    •     ►   Talking about one’s travelling habits/preferences
    •     ►   Understanding and giving advice about travel safety
    •     ►   Understanding traffic updates on the radio
    •     ►   Reporting a stolen or lost item
    •     ►   Describing objects
    •     ►   Food and recipes
    •     ►   Parts of the body
    •     ►   The verbs prendere and mettere with drugs/medicines
    •     ►   Adjectives to describe objects
    •     ►   Talking about information and media
    •     ►   Understanding the main headlines in a radio news broadcast
    •     ►   Announcing scheduled events
    •     ►   Talking about future events
    •     ►   Choosing and understanding a TV programme
    •     ►   Understanding a property advert
    •     ►   Asking details about a property
    •     ►   Expressing needs
    •     ►   Expressing surprise and regret
    •     ►   Talking about holiday accommodation options
    •     ►   Paying somebody a compliment
    •     ►   Preparing one’s profile for a couch-surfing website
    •     ►   Talking about holidays and traditional events
    •     ►   Inviting someone at an event, accepting and refusing an invitation
    •     ►   Going shopping at a local street market.
  • 2. Grammar
    •     ►  Personal subject pronouns
    •     ►  Definite and indefinite articles
    •     ►  Nouns
    •     ►  Adjectives
    •     ►  Present tense of regular verbs
    •     ►  Interrogatives
    •     ►  Food and beverage
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Adverbs of frequency
    •     ►  The verbs sapere and potere
    •     ►  More about the verb piacere
    •     ►  Prepositions in and a
    •     ►  Regular and irregular past participles
    •     ►  The Present Perfect
    •     ►  Expressing frequency
    •     ►  The adverb fa
    •     ►  More interrogatives
    •     ►  The agreement noun/adjective (plural)
    •     ►  Direct object pronouns
    •     ►  The particle ne
    •     ►  The partitive articles
    •     ►  The expressions c’è/ci sono
    •     ►  The verbs venire and volere
    •     ►  Combined preposition su+ article
    •     ►  The preposition in
    •     ►  The possessives
    •     ►  Demonstrative pronouns questo and quello
    •     ►  Impersonal construction with si
    •     ►  The verb dovere
    •     ►  The particle ci
    •     ►  Revision: the verb piacere + Infinitive
    •     ►   Indirect object pronouns
    •     ►   The verb interessare
    •     ►   The expressions mi piace di più/di meno
    •     ►   The relative superlative
    •     ►   The verbs volerci and bisogna
    •     ►   The present conditional
    •     ►   Expressing quantity
    •     ►   Qualche
    •     ►   The adverbs ending in –mente
    •     ►   The imperfect tense
    •     ►   The comparatives (regular forms)
    •     ►   The use of the preposition da
    •     ►   The use of Present Perfect and Imperfect
    •     ►   The present perfect of reflexive verbs
    •     ►   The relative pronoun che
    •     ►   The absolute superlative
    •     ►   The position of the adverbs
    •     ►   Nouns with irregular plural
    •     ►   The formal imperative
    •     ►   The use of pronouns with the imperative mood
    •     ►   The informal imperative
    •     ►   The negative form of the imperative mood
    •     ►   The conjunction se
    •     ►   Comparisons with di or che
    •     ►   Meglio and migliore
    •     ►   The future simple
    •     ►   The progressive form with stare + gerund
    •     ►   The structure che + adjective + noun
    •     ►   The direct object pronouns + present perfect
    •     ►   Quello and Bello + nouns
    •     ►   The forms of buono
    •     ►   The imperfect and present perfect of sapere and conoscere
    •     ►   The verbs cominciare/ iniziare and finire
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Titles of study in Italian business cards
    •     ►  The “coffee culture” in Italy
    •     ►  Greetings and gestures
    •     ►  The “coffee culture” in Italy
    •     ►  Present tense of regular verbs
    •     ►  The world of work in Italy (male/female jobs)
    •     ►  Meals as a family ritual
    •     ►  Etiquette and cultural awareness: dos and dont’s at an Italian restaurant
    •     ►  Giving and receiving presents
    •     ►  Special events in the Italian cities: the Notte Bianca
    •     ►  The square as a meeting point
    •     ►  Gestural expressiveness
    •     ►  Means of transport and maps
    •     ►  Italian words used abroad
    •     ►  Railway transport in Italy
    •     ►  Italian icons and symbols
    •     ►  Culture and free time
    •     ►  Italian recipes
    •     ►  Italian body language
    •     ►  Emergency numbers in Italy
    •     ► Italians and the TV
    •     ►  Inviting friends over in Italy
    •     ►  Shopping
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Basic pronunciation rules
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice – inc. postcards, e-mails, etc.
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: reflecting on your learning style
    •     ►  Revisiting pronunciation rules and numbers
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: learning new vocabulary, dealing with unknown words,
                approaching grammar, approaching a listening task.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. application letter
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: Reading and understanding a text; using non-verbal
                communication; understanding symbols and images
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. stories, reviews, etc.
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: A test about the “multiple intelligences”; reading skills: skimming
                and scanning; Understanding a radio broadcast; systemising: logic and grammar.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. adverts and short articles
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: In your own words: paraphrasing; communicating through
                gestures; learning through the loci.
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – e.g. phone messages
    •     ►  Language learning awareness: Learning using information media; learning using mental images;
                systemising: logic and vocabulary.
  • 5. Proficiency
    •     ►  A wide range of topics based around students’ own interests, could include topics of general interest: global issues,              popular science, environment, media and advertising; culture and entertainment; beliefs  and religions, etc.
    •     ►  Materials used to spark conversation will include articles, DVD, video, internet extracts.
    •     ►  Grammar: At this level, Grammar should be covered and revised according to the students’ needs.
  • Italian Master
  • Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Primarily topics of students’ choice
    •     ►  Expressing expectation, doubts, and hopes
    •     ►  Talking about social and political issues
    •     ►  Talking about changes in your life
    •     ►  Giving instructions
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Relating an extraordinary event
    •     ►  Understanding poetic language
    •     ►  Perception of time in different cultures
    •     ►  Work and occupation – inc. Future perspectives, innovative ideas and multicultural approach
    •     ►  Health – inc. Alternative therapies and history of medical science
    •     ►  Emotions – inc. Cultural differences in perception and expression
    •     ►  Europe and the European Community
    •     ►  Discussing topical news of the day
  • Grammar:
    •     ►  Primarily topics of students’ choice
    •     ►  Expressing expectation, doubts, and hopes
    •     ►  Talking about social and political issues
    •     ►  Talking about changes in your life
    •     ►  Giving instructions
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Relating an extraordinary event
    •     ►  Understanding poetic language
    •     ►  Perception of time in different cultures
    •     ►  Work and occupation – inc. Future perspectives, innovative ideas and multicultural approach
    •     ►  Health – inc. Alternative therapies and history of medical science
    •     ►  Emotions – inc. Cultural differences in perception and expression
    •     ►  Europe and the European Community
    •     ►  Discussing topical news of the day
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  The Italians – inc. inside and outside look, prejudices and stereotypes
    •     ►  Artistic life in Italy – inc. introduction of various Italian artists and their works
    •     ►  University and further education in Italy and abroad
    •     ►  Traditional, peculiar houses: Alberobello’s trulli, Matera’s sassi
    •     ►  Italians and strikes
    •     ►  Idiomatic expressions with animals and parts of the body
    •     ►  Equal opportunities in Italy
    •     ►  Italian wines
  • Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. Situational exercises & interaction; focus on discussion
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. Short stories, reviews and comments, advertisments
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – authentic sources, e.g. Radio, TV, films and discs
    •     ►  Advanced pronunciation
    •     ►  Writing a complaint
    •     ►  Analysing and evaluating newspapers articles
    •     ►  Evaluating and analysing advertisements
    •     ►  Writing a short tale
    •     ►  Summarising an interview, a biography
    •     ►  Carrying out an interview
    •     ►  Reading a book together
    •     ►  Discussing, complaining, protesting and claiming Proficiency
    •     ►  A wide range of topics based around students’ own interests, could include topics of general interest: global issues,              popular science, environment, media and advertising; culture and entertainment; beliefs and religions, etc.
    •     ►  Materials used to spark conversation will include articles, DVD, video, internet extracts.
    •     ►  Grammar: At this level, Grammar should be covered and revised according to the students’ needs.
  • Italian - Professional
  • Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describing monuments
    •     ►  Giving instructions for a touristic itinerary, a recipe, or a set of rules
    •     ►  Describing people and situations in the past
    •     ►  Talking about your family, yourself and your origins
    •     ►  Making a reservation
    •     ►  Ordering at a restaurant
    •     ►  Inviting and accepting an invitation
    •     ►  Expressing your opinion, making comments about your experiences
    •     ►  Describing situations and events in the past
    •     ►  Carrying out an interview
    •     ►  Agreeing & disagreeing
    •     ►  Having an argument
    •     ►  Building friendly, informal relationships
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Hypothesis, suppositions and resolutions
    •     ►  The world of work
    •     ►  Telling the plot of a movie/a book
    •     ►  Streets and street signs
    •     ►  Excuses and accepting excuses
    •     ►  Talking about cities and culture
    •     ►  Conflict and resolution
    •     ►  Linking past to present
    •     ►  Making friends – talking about self, states of mind and feelings
    •     ►  Projects, wishes, hypothesis and resolutions for the future (continued)
    •     ►  Giving suggestions/advice
    •     ►  Describing facts and events in former times, telling a story, a fable
    •     ►  Making polite requests
    •     ►  Giving explanations, finding solutions, saying “sorry”
    •     ►  Studying – inc. history of (personal) education, teaching styles, adult education in Italy
    •     ►  Relationships – inc. dream partner, challenges, tips, arguments and reconciliation Consumerism
    •     ►  Globalisation
    •     ►  New media – inc. usage, development, advantages and disadvantages
    •     ►  Travelling and mobility – inc. making complaints orally or written
    •     ►  Expressing wishes which did not come true in the past
    •     ►  Giving suggestions in order to avoid mistakes
    •     ►  Talking about future events in the past
    •     ►  Talking about one’s regrets
    •     ►  Encouraging or discouraging someone
    •     ►  Expressing one’s opinion and point of view; asking for clarifications; proposing solutions to a problem
  • Grammar:
    •     ►  Revisiting previous level’s grammar
    •     ►  The imperative of regular and reflexive verbs
    •     ►  The Imperfect tense
    •     ►  Possessive pronouns and adjectives
    •     ►  The use of the imperfect and the present perfect
    •     ►  The future
    •     ►  The present progressive
    •     ►  Simple and combined prepositions
    •     ►  Prepositions with verbs
    •     ►  Absolute superlative
    •     ►  Direct and indirect object pronouns
    •     ►  Pronominal verbs
    •     ►  Exclamatives
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Pronouns and verbs
    •     ►  Present conditional
    •     ►  Relative pronouns
    •     ►  Simple (remote) past of regular and irregular verbs
    •     ►  Interrogative pronouns
    •     ►  Revision of simple and combined prepositions
    •     ►  Past conditional; the future in the past
    •     ►  Past perfect
    •     ►  Hypothetical Constructions
    •     ►  Imperfect subjunctive
    •     ►  Combined object pronouns
    •     ►  The Imperative + pronouns
    •     ►  The formation of adverbs
    •     ►  Adjectives ending in -oso, -bile
    •     ►  Conjunctions and connectors
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Rome: Art, History, cuisine
    •     ►  Italian cooking & recipes
    •     ►  Italian family and wedding
    •     ►  Having an argument with an Italian
    •     ►  Discourse markers: expressing impatience, surprise, and wonder
    •     ►  Italians and Ferragosto
    •     ►  Young people and unemployment
    •     ►  Italian journalism
    •     ►  Children and bullying in school
    •     ►  Italians and the immigrants
    •     ►  The dialects
    •     ►  Loan words
    •     ►  The South – countryside, atmosphere, people
    •     ►  Projects and wishes for the future
    •     ►  Italian journalism
    •     ►  Pasta
    •     ►  Friends and family
    •     ►  Italians and Ferragosto
  • Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. adverts and short articles
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Having an argument with an Italian
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Young people and unemployment
    •     ►  Writing practice – e.g. letter of complaint
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities – e.g. phone messages

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