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FutureLearn Studying in Italian - Science and Mathematics: a MOVE-ME Project Course

The University for Foreigners of Siena, The Open University and NUI Galway via FutureLearn

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  1. FutureLearn
    The University for Foreigners of Siena, The Open University and NUI Galway
    4 hours/week
    6 weeks
    Paid Certificate Available
    Study Science and Maths in Italian
    Each year thousands of students travel across Europe to study in a foreign language like Italian. This can be daunting, even for those who are fluent.

    This online course from UniStraSi will help, guiding you through the peculiarities of academic discourse in Italian, and enabling you to understand and produce written and aural academic texts.

    This course focuses on Science and Maths. Other courses on Language and Literature and Law and Economics are available.

    This course is aimed at university students taking part in academic mobility programmes in Europe and international students attending courses in Italy. A minimum B1 knowledge of Italian is required.

    What topics will you cover?
    • Increase students’ awareness of the language learning process and knowing how to use effective learning strategies
    • Improve students’ understanding of written and oral expository texts relating to specific disciplines and belonging to various genres
    • Improve the quality of oral and written expository texts produced by students
    • Improve students’ performance at oral and written exams
    • Support students in learning to learn

    Taught by
    Andrea Villarini

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