Immerse yourself in the rhythm and passion of the Italian language. Grasp basic linguistic structures. Learn from a multimedia program designed to familiarise you with Italian culture. Start out on your journey speaking and writing Italian.
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To introduce students to basic spoken and written Italian and enhance cultural literacy through reflection on aspects of contemporary Italian culture and society.
- Basic linguistic structures
- Production of Italian speech and writing
Native speakers of Italian, and students who have completed Italian at Year 12 or Italian 1B level are eligible to enrol in Italian 2A (LANG 1029) offered externally through the University of South Australia. Contact Dr Enza Tudini (email@example.com) for more information on enrolment into a Diploma of Languages, which includes and in-country study course. Core teaching for LANG 1029 begins on the 28th of February 2022. Enrolments close 20th of February 2022
- Equipment requirements - USB headset with attached microphone in order to complete the oral assessments in the virtual classroom.
- Software requirements - Flash player 10 or higher.
Love the warmth of Italian cuisine, hospitality and culture? Unlock these delights by learning the Italian language. This subject provides a multimedia program of Italian language and culture. It is designed to cover basic linguistic structures and to provide extensive practice in the understanding and production of Italian speech and writing. The subject is appropriate for students who have little or no previous knowledge of Italian language and culture.
Assessment 1 - Continuous assessment - Submit via the Virtual Classroom. Objects being assessed: CO1, CO2, CO3, CO5 Assessment 2 - Project - Submit via Learnonline. Objects being assessed: CO2, CO3, CO4 Assessment 3 - Tests - Submit via the Virtual Classroom. Objects being assessed CO3, CO4
- Continuous Assessment - 2500 word equivalence (45%)
- Project - 1000 word equivalence (30%)
- Tests - 1500 word equivalence (25%)