The courses of Italian language in full immersion, referring to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the Council of Europe, are organized on three levels, two addresses , and three modes.
Levels are , Elementary Course , Intermediate Course , Advanced Course .
The addresses are Standard Group and Preparation for CELI .
The modes are : monthly , quarterly and six-monthly
Elementary Course (Level A1 + A2)
The course is aimed at those who approach for the first time the Italian language.
The course objective is to create a solid base to begin the study of the preliminary notions , in order to then access the basic knowledge of the language in informal contexts of everyday life and professional.
Intermediate Course (Level B1 + B2)
The objectives of the Intermediate Course is aimed at expanding the repertoire of lexical and grammatical forms of learning more challenging to facilitate the learner’s interaction with the world around him . The intent of the course is to improve the general knowledge through the use of tools such as verbal interaction , listening , reading and writing.
The advanced course provides a program of lectures focused on the acquisition of communication skills and close box.
Advanced Course (Level C1 + C2)
Direct contact with native teachers and participation in activities related to the course will guide the participant to mature his knowledge of Italian vocabulary and pronunciation in a stimulating, unique, practical and fun.
Standard Courses Group The Group Standard Course (80 hours lectures + 40 hours cultural path ) is divided into 5 lessons of 4 hours each , Monday through Friday, from 9:00 to 13:00 hours , for a total of 20 hours per week .
Examination preparation courses CELI
The Preparation Course CELI / CIC provides, in addition to the standard course , 40 hours lectures . It is divided into 3 lessons of 2 hours each , Monday to Friday, from 14:30 to 16:30 for a total of 10 hours per week.
Courses are offered in three time frames : fortnightly , monthly , bi-monthly . The periods are provided for in the school calendar .