Module Information

Module Identifier
IT32210
Module Title
Italian Language
Academic Year
2022/2023
Co-ordinator
Semester
Semester 1
Also available in
Pre-Requisite
Only available to incoming exchange students in Semester 2.
Exclusive (Any Acad Year)
IT30130 or IT32020 [Language (minor) taught in semester 1].
Other Staff

Course Delivery

 

Assessment

Assessment Type Assessment length / details Proportion
Semester Assessment Written Assignments  (5 pieces of written work over the course of the year. 4 completed at home and 1 piece in class, which is double weighted).  100%
Supplementary Exam 1.5 Hours   100%

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this module students should be able to:

1. have had further training in recognising the structures and vocabulary of Italian in a variety of linguistic registers.

2. be able to translate competently challenging texts from Italian into English.

Brief description

Written language skills, including: translation into and out of Italian; consolidation of grammar; use of CALL.

Content

This module forms part of the core Level 2 programme in European Languages (Italian Minor) and is one of the three written language courses taken in that year. It aims to enhance students' understanding of Italian written language. Students who successfully complete the module should feel that they have an improved awareness of Italian structures and idiom appropriate to both the spoken and written registers.

You will attend translation and grammar classes followed by students taking IT30130, and produce less written assessed work. You will be required to submit translations into English.

It is your responsibility to make sure that the module coordinator knows that you are a 2S European Languages, minor language student.

Written work must be handed in on time: your tutor, like you, works to a demanding timetable and will not by departmental policy accept late submission of work.

Module Skills

Skills Type Skills details
Application of Number N/A
Communication N/A
Improving own Learning and Performance Students have one translation per week. This is done individually before the weekly class to reflect on their own difficulties.
Information Technology Translation software.
Personal Development and Career planning Translation skills into English are part of the students’ personal development and part of employability skills.
Problem solving Grammar, vocabulary and translation.
Research skills Use of academic articles on translation.
Subject Specific Skills Technology, linguistics, translation.
Team work N/A

Notes

This module is at CQFW Level 6