Italian 4 (SE)Back
Mag.a Dr.inRuth Hechtl
|Course code||ITA 3|
|Semester of degree program||Semester 5|
|Mode of delivery||Presencecourse|
|Language of instruction|
The graduates get competence in linguistic skills in Italian (hearing, speaking, reading and writing) in the levels A1-A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
They can apply professional vocabulary used in different fields of their professional routine. They can use these specialised terms in professional conversation or in written text documentations.
They gain strategies for an independent extension of (specific) linguistic lexis, an intercultural and culture-crossing competence and they know how to interact with diversity.
The contents of this lecture are: Introduction into the morphological, syntactical and lexical structures of the Italian language; specific features of pronunciation and orthography; initiation of the national and cultural studies of Italian.
The foreign language terminology is continuously acquired in reference to disability and diversity, especially linked to the specific life ages.
Language learning material and dictionaries according to the topicality.