|Target group:||Students of the TU Dresden|
|Contents:||- Simple texts on everyday situations, especially in the university environment (e.g., write an e-mail to get information; write an advertisement for a flat).|
- You practice orally (role-playing) the introduced situations of everyday and professional life (registering for a language course by phone; looking for a roommate, preparing questions to ask the applicant; looking for the ideal learning partner for Italian, etc.).
- Development of relevant reading and listening strategies.
- Development of simple grammatical structures and an appropriate vocabulary.
- Exercises on automation in different forms of work and with different media.
|Prerequisite:||A1 (60h) or proof of knowledge through a placement test.|
|European Framework of Reference/CEFR:||A2|
|Type of teaching/duration:||1 semester language learning seminar/language course | 4 SWS|
|Frequency of the course:||WiSe + SoSe|
|Workload:||The total workload is 150 hours. Of these, 60 hours are accounted for by attendance and 90 hours by self-study, including preparation for the exam and completion of the exam.|
|Examinations:||- Written exam (90 minutes/reading comprehension, listening comprehension, written production), oral exam (15 minutes).|
- Only with UNIcert® Basis credits: All parts of the exams are included equally (without prior rounding) in the final grade, which is then rounded to one grade.
- Only when credited as a module: written exam (90 minutes) and oral exam (15 minutes)
- The credit points are acquired if the examination(s) is/are passed.
- The examination results cannot be offset.
- If credited as a module, the examination results are weighted 2 (written exam) : 1 (oral exam), unless a different weighting is specified in the respective study regulations.
|Credit points and grades:||- Graded participation certificate if only an exam is written.|
- If credited as a module (written exam and oral exam), 5 credit points are acquired unless the subject-specific study regulations specify otherwise.
- The final grade for UNIcert@ Basis results from the unweighted mean of the grades from the four partial examinations. The partial exams cannot be offset.
|Qualification goals:||The students have basic communicative competence in Italian at level A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The students can slowly and clearly articulate concrete information on topics from everyday life, understand syntactically, semantically, lexically and morphologically simple and short texts with reference to everyday and professional experiences when the vocabulary is limited to frequently occurring and internationally understandable words, largely follow short, simple conversations and very simple presentations and respond appropriately when the topic is familiar, describe their environment orally and in writing using simple phrases and sentences.|
|Usability:||General language requirement level A2 taking into account the respective study regulations, UNIcert® basis / prerequisite for level A2+.|
|Teaching material:||Universitalia 2.0, Italienisch für Studierende; Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch mit 2 Audio-CDs. A1/A2 (Lektionen 5-8); Hueber Verlag, ISBN 978-3-19-165463-4|
LANGUAGE OFFICER ITALIAN
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