Lettere | FRENCH LANGUAGE
Lettere FRENCH LANGUAGE
|DEPARTMENT OF HUMANISTIC STUDIES|
|YEAR OF COURSE 3|
|YEAR OF DIDACTIC SYSTEM 2008|
|With the gradual study of vocabulary and interactive communication situations, the course aims to help students in the process of acquiring a general knowledge of the French language or consolidation of previous developments through the conceptualization and practice of the main phonetic, grammatical and lexical.|
|The course is aimed at beginners or students who have a basic knowledge of French.|
|The course provides a theoretical and practical approach that ensures the ability to communicate in everyday contexts, to read, understand and summarize short texts. The tools provided will aim to develop the ability to adapt to various situations of communication, oral and written, as well as to familiarize the student with various aspects of French culture and art. The grammar exercises and the study of vocabulary will be used to stimulate reflection on language, the acquisition of automatic and activities that involve the re-use of knowledge acquired. In order to facilitate the analytical reflection on the tongue, the theoretical and methodological lessons will be accompanied by practical activities of linguistic analysis in the classroom and in learning mode. A series of exercises will be dedicated to teaching the use of the main tools of learning the language (dictionaries, grammar books, multimedia tools).|
LECTURES; PRACTICAL LANGUAGE ACTIVITIES IN THE CLASSROOM AND /OR LANGUAGE LABS WITH NATIVE-SPEAKER LANGUAGE EXPERTS; SELF-STUDY
|Verification of learning|
|Final oral exam for students attending and not attending.|
The exam consists of only the oral examination as follows:
- Verification of the morpho-syntactic and lexical knowledge acquired in the lectures;
- Language conversation about the topics in-depth classroom and language laboratories;
- Discussion of the topics that the student has chosen to deepen the lectures;
- Reading, translation, conversation and summary of a text concerning the civilization and culture of France in order to verify the ability of understanding, analysis and discussion acquired by the student.
The final grade will be calculated as the average of the marks obtained in each test.
|- A. BERTHET, C. HUGOT, V.M. KIZIRIAN, B. SAMPSONIS, M. WAENDENDRIES, ALTER EGO 1, MÉTHODE DE FRANÇAIS A1, CD INCLUS, HACHETTE FRANÇAIS LANGUE ÉTRANGÈRE 2006.|
A. BERTHET, C. HUGOT, B. SAMPSONIS, M. WAENDENDRIES, ALTER EGO 1, MÉTHODE DE FRANÇAIS A1, CAHIER D’ACTIVITÉ, HACHETTE FRANÇAIS LANGUE ÉTRANGÈRE 2006.
- Denis C. Meyer, Clés pour la France, Hachette, Paris, 2010.
- PARODI L., M. VALLACCO, GRAMMATHÈQUE, CONTRASTIVE GRAMMAR FOR ITALIAN, GENOA, CIDEB, LATEST EDITION.
- L. PARODI, M. VALLACCO, GRAMMATHÈQUE. EXERCICES, GENOA, CIDEB, LATEST EDITION.
WE RECOMMEND THE PURCHASE OF A TRANSLATION BILINGUAL DICTIONARY AND A MONOLINGUAL DICTIONARY:
ROBERT SIGNORELLI, FRENCH-ITALIAN, ITALIAN-FRENCH, PARIS, LE ROBERT, LATEST EDITION.
R. BOCH, FRENCH-ITALIAN, ITALIAN-FRENCH, BOLOGNA, FREEMAN, LATEST EDITION.
THE ROBERT & CLE INTERNATIONAL, DICTIONNAIRE DU FRANÇAIS, CLE INTERNATIONAL, LATEST EDITION.
M. DAVAU, M. COHEN, M. LALLEMAND, DICTIONNAIRE DU FRANÇAIS VIVANT, PARIS, BORDAS, LATEST EDITION
|The course is taught in French. To achieve the goals you should attend the course regularly. For more information about the courses and times of the teacher can be found on the notice boards on the notice board and website of the teachers on the Faculty website. In case of difficulty, the student can apply directly to the professor during office hours and tutoring.|
The French language program for the Bachelor Course of Arts and Philosophy ("Lettere") is differentiated based on credit (6, 9, 12)
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