Teaching Staff: D' Oria Diego
Course Code: FLN962
Field: General Core
Course Type: Compulsory
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: Greek
Delivery method: Face to face
Total Hours: 3
E Class Page: https://opencourses.ionio.gr/modules/auth/opencourses.php?fc=26
The aim of this course is to complete the presentation of the morphosyntactic phenomena in order to equip the students with the necessary skills to be able to cope with the last and specialized stage of the foreign language teaching course during the next semester of teaching, must demonstrate language skills in a fairly wide range of communication circumstances with ease and ease either in spoken or written language and the ability to use the foreign language on ngelmatiko level in the scientific field of their choice. The main objective of the teaching is a deeper learning of the particularities of the written and oral speech of the Italian. By the end of the semester, students are expected to be able to produce more complex forms of writing. As far as spoken language is concerned, they should be able to communicate fluently with native speakers of Italian.
It is expected that particular emphasis will be placed on the analysis and processing of various Italian and spoken samples of the Italian language, which present medium to advanced difficulties. The grammar and editorial exercises at the corresponding level will still be adopted as the main way of finding progress. In addition, daily texts will be analyzed, methodologies will be outlined and the necessary tools will be provided for the understanding and comfortable approach of scientific material in Italian.
The level of knowledge attained after completion of the third semester of foreign language teaching is broadly equivalent to B1-B2 levels for language certification.
Week #1: Final pass-prossimo in Active, Middle and Passive Voices.
Week #2: Final Parastastics in Active, Middle and Passive Voices.
Week #3: Final Transcendent in Active, Middle and Passive Voice.
Week #4: The Infinite and Infinite-Inspirational in Active, Middle and Passive Voices.
Week #5: Share (Smooth and Abnormal Shares)
Week #6: Final Simple and Contemporary Future (Futuro Semplice and Futuro Anteriore) in Active, Middle and Passive Voice.
Week #7: Absolute Path (remato) in Active, Middle and Passive Voices.
Week #8: Trapassato remoto in Active, Middle and Passive Voice.
Week #9: Proactive in Active, Middle and Passive Voice.
Week #10: The Submissive (of all four) in Active, Middle and Passive Voices.
Week #11: The simple and complex hypothesis (condizione semplice e composto) in the Active, the Middle and the Passive Voice.
Week #12: The hypothetical reason.
Week #13: The impersonal pension.
- "Grammar of the Italian Language" by Vasili P. Tsougriani, published by Mihalis Sideris, Athens 1995.
- "Grammatica della lingua italiana in pratica" by P.Pauli, Primus Publications, Athens, 2006.
- «Grammatica Italiana in Greek», Tina Zogopoulou, Perugia Publications, Athens, 2014.
- "Dizionario Greco Italiano Greek-Italian Dictionary", Publications by Michalis Sideris, Athens, 2005.
- "Italian-Greek Dictionary", Publications by Michalis Sideris, Athens, 2002.
- "Parole, parole, parole ... Vocabulario Tematico ITALO - GRECO ITALIAN - GREEK Thematic Dictionary", Maria Angela Cernigliaro, Michalis Sideris Publications, 2008.
Lectures, practical exercises and workshops.