Some Italian courses are standard but others are
“Learning to communicate in another language takes time and dedication. However, with the right instruments, from very first day it is possible to speak with great satisfaction and fun!”
In our Italian language school in Verona the Italian courses for foreigners vary depending on the type of course (group, tandem, individual or skype course) and the number of classes per week.
Group standard courses are held in the morning every day from Monday to Friday.
Each class lasts 50 minutes.
The maximum number of students per class is 8.
Students can start the Italian language course every Monday of the year (with rare exceptions).
The Italian Courses are for all language levels identified by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2).
In our Italian language school as a first step we provide students with an assessment test to quickly check their level and include them in the most appropriate class. This Italian test can be taken via skype or the first day of school before the beginning of the Italian course.
All our teachers are highly qualified with either a Master or a Ph.D. and our teaching methods take reference from the latest studies relating to language acquisition.
As a starting point, all our teachers offer a rich, linguistically stimulating input that is grammatically adjusted according to the students’ language levels.
Learning a second, foreign language follows specific acquisition sequences. Our lessons are based on the knowledge and understanding of the steps that relate specifically to the Italian language.
The objective of our courses is to facilitate intuitive learning, without neglecting an explicit knowledge of grammatical structures.
L’Italiano con noi pays special attention to the development of linguistic structures within real communicative situations.
It is very important that students take part and are involved in fun and interesting activities that range from board games to dubbing films and from organizing and performing plays that have been discussed in class to the fulfilment of tasks.