Level 1 Italian
- Start date(s):
- 16 Jan 2018
- 20 weeks
- Level 1
- Course Code:
- Study Mode:
- Part Time
- Attendance Type:
- Attendance Pattern:
- Framwellgate Moor Campus
- Course costs:
(previous years fees)
This course will help you develop your understanding and practical use of the language, alongside a familiarity of Italian culture.
The aim of the course is to enable learners to become familiar with the language. Teaching will involve interactive activities, such as practicing your listening and speaking skills in a supportive and friendly environment.
Modules will include the following:
- Introducing yourself
- Rules of pronunciation
- Italian alphabet
- Explaining where you are from
- Saying what you do for a living
- Introducing family, friends and colleagues
- Ordering a drink in a bar
- Asking for and understanding directions
- Understanding prices
- Staying at a hotel
- Asking about public transport
- Eating at a restaurant.
Average number of hours per week
*Days and times of study are subject to change. Timetables are confirmed at the start of term.
Teaching & assessment
There is no official assessment for this course.
You could progress to Level 2 Italian at New College Durham.
Learning languages helps to:
- Develop an understanding of other societies and cultures
- Network with people from around the world
- Be more marketable and have a greater worth in the labour market
- Enrich and get the most out of travel experiences.
Please note these prices are for the current academic year and may be subject to change for our courses starting in future years.
View our refund policy for 2017/18 for further and higher education programmes and full cost courses.
Find out more about course fees and financial support for UK, EU and non-EU students, plus how to pay your fees.
Tutor will advise on books which will come at an additional cost. Learners are encouraged to do homework and use online resources to have further practice.
You are not required to have an interview to gain access to this course.
It is expected that learners will hold an Entry Level Italian qualification, or would have some previous experience of the Italian language.