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Método didáctico y profesores

 

 

Los cursos de Romanica se han planificado y organizado según las modernas didácticas del Consejo de Europa

Las metodologías ideadas por los más ilustres especialistas europeos en el ámbito de la enseñanza de las lenguas extranjeras, tienen como objetivo proporcionar la destreza comunicativa según las necesidades de uso de la lengua. 

 

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El contacto continuo

entre los alumnos y los profesores

permite una aproximación auténtica

y flexible a la lengua italiana. 

La fonética, el léxico y las estructuras

del italiano se presentan

en un contexto real,

según una precisa

evolución gramatical y lexical. 

 

Las clases se imparten

únicamente en italiano:

esta técnica, que tiene en cuenta el nivel umbral de cada alumno, permite desarrollar las habilidades comunicativas en tiempos extremadamente rápidos.

La enseñanza se imparte por niveles de conocimiento de la lengua. 

Para asegurar un aprendizaje óptimo, se prevé una prueba de nivel escrita y oral que permite valorar el nivel de conocimiento de la lengua de cada alumno y formar grupos lo más homogéneos posible, distribuidos en cinco niveles: 

- A1 principiante 

- A2 básico 

- B1 intermedio 1

- B2 intermedio 2

- C1/C2 avanzado

Periódicamente, los estudiantes tienen que someterse a una prueba de control para comprobar la fase efectiva de avance en la evolución lingüística y los resultados conseguidos.

Los profesores asignan deberes para realizar en casa:

¡memorizar las estructuras y el léxico es fácil!

 

 

 Al final de cada curso, Romanica entrega un certificado de asistencia que acredita el nivel de conocimiento de la lengua que el alumno haya conseguido.

 

 

la entrega de los certificados 

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El material didáctico propuesto durante los cursos se revisa constantemente, se actualiza y ajusta a las necesidades del alumnado, con el fin de ofrecer el soporte más adecuado a la mejora de la destreza comunicativa. Se proponen textos especializados, ejercicios, artículos, pasajes literarios, juegos de rol, ejercicios audio y video para despertar la curiosidad del estudiante y fomentar la participación activa en las clases.

La academia proporciona directamente el material didáctico, que está incluido en la tarifa del curso.

MEDIA DE HORAS NECESARIAS PARA LA OBTENCIÓN

DE LOS DIFERENTES NIVELES DE CONOCIMIENTO DE LA LENGUA ITALIANA,

A PARTIR DEL NIVEL PRINCIPIANTE.


  80 - 120 horas
160 - 200 horas
240 - 280 horas
400 - 500 horas

A2 - NIVEL BÁSICO
B1 - NIVEL INTERMEDIO I
B2 - NIVEL INTERMEDIO II
C1/C2 - NIVEL AVANZADO

 

Professori

 

Romanica CORSI prof ¡Hola! Nosotros seremos tus profesores durante tu estancia en Módena y deseamos ofrecerte nuestra profesionalidad, nuestra experiencia y, sobre todo, nuestro entusiasmo. También nosotros hemos sido estudiantes de una lengua extranjera fuera de nuestro país: por esta razón, podemos comprender tus exigencias, tus dificultades y esos momentos de desánimo. Tenemos en gran consideración tus intereses y los motivos por los que has decidido estudiar italiano. Puedes contar con nosotros: estaremos siempre dispuestos a responder a tus demandas y haremos todo lo posible por conseguir juntos tus objetivos de aprendizaje. 

 

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Elena 

Rametta

 

Laurea in Lingue e Culture Europee 

Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

 

Certificazione DITALS II 

Università per Stranieri di Siena

 

profesor titular

formadora DITALS

Elena

Panini

 

Laurea in Lingue e Letterature Straniere

Università di Bologna

 

Certificazione DITALS II 

Università per Stranieri di Siena

 

profesor titular

formatrice DITALS

Linda

Tempesta

 

Laurea in Lingue e Letterature Straniere

Università di Bologna

 

Certificazione DITALS II 

Università per Stranieri di Siena

 

profesor titular

formatrice DITALS

Eleonora

Sanguedolce 

 

Laurea in Traduzione e Interpretariato

Università di Catania

 

Certificazione DITALS II

Università per Stranieri di Siena

 

profesor titular

Anna

Calciolari

 

Laurea in

Discipline

dell'Arte

Università di Bologna 

 

Certificazione CEDILS

Università Ca' Foscari di Venezia

 

profesor titular

Carlo

Crotti

 

Laurea in

Letterature Comparate

Università di

Bologna

 

Certificazione

DITALS II

Università per Stranieri di Siena

 

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