FRENCH LANGUAGE (1ST YEAR)

FRENCH LANGUAGE (1ST YEAR)

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Code
83676
ACADEMIC YEAR
2016/2017
CREDITS
6 credits during the 1st year of 9912 TOURISM SCIENCES:TERRITORY, CULTURE AND BUSINESS (L-15) IMPERIA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
L-LIN/04
LANGUAGE
Francese
TEACHING LOCATION
IMPERIA (TOURISM SCIENCES:TERRITORY, CULTURE AND BUSINESS)
semester
Annual
modules
This unit is a module of:
Teaching materials

AIMS AND CONTENT

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Course description

The course is divided in two parts. Students will follow practical French language lessons during the 1st semester (40 hours).  In the second semester, “Modulo teorico” lessons (36 hours) will concentrate on lexical, morphosyntaxical and phonetic difficulties for Italian speakers and speakers of other languages belonging to the class.

In the second part, the central theme will be memory tourism in connection with war.

All the lessons will be contextualized in a touristic setting, through the use of authentic material (especially websites). Communication skills such as face-to-face verbal interaction, telephone conversation, use of the Internet and e-mail, as well as the ability to understand and produce short and simple specialized texts will be developed.

Teaching methods

Face to face teaching, teamwork, Aulaweb

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

The course bibliography will be given at the beginning of the course and published on Aulaweb.

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: See the URL http://www.lingue.unige.it/index.php?op=people&user=260

Exam Board

ANNA GIAUFRET (President)

STEFANO VICARI (President)

DOMINIQUE NAL

VALERIE EMMA OZZA

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Face to face teaching, teamwork, Aulaweb

LESSONS START

Sem: annuale

19 sept. 2016 - 15 dec. 2016 (1° sem.)

27 febr. 2017 - 1 june 2017 (2° sem.)

ORARI

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FRENCH LANGUAGE (1ST YEAR)

EXAMS

Assessment methods

Assessment

Test and oral exam. The test will verify that the student has acquired the competences developed during the whole year (listening and reading comprehension, grammar) while the oral exam will test oral production and specific knowledge and abilities acquired during the second part of the course. Students will be required to prepare an individual or group work.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

Attendance

Highly encouraged