The interdisciplinary field of Applied linguistics and Glottodidactic. L1 and L2. Second-Language acquisition (SLA). Factors affecting foreign language learning: Microambiental and Macroambiental Factors; Feedback. Input, Interaction and Output in learning processing. Interlanguage, as own language with particular rules. From over-correcting methods to new strategies of correcting mistakes for improvement. Babel and its richness.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Students will be able to appreciate the richness of "babel Myth" linguistic confusion in the contemporary communication world, and the wide variety of outcomes that are coming from contact between people speaking different languages. They will distinguish between a automatic machine translation (and their advantages for cost and speed) and traditional human never ending interpretation travelling from text to text. They will know steps for second language learning.
Office hours: By appointment
SIMONA DI PAOLA
LUDOVICA RADIF (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)