Italian & Drama: improve your communication skills with drama techniques
Have you been studying Italian for a while but your mind gets blank when you speak? Are you feeling awkward when listening to your voice and your pronunciation? Do you want to feel confident in different contexts of the everyday life? Drama develops communicative skills in authentic and dynamic situations. It helps to build your self-confidence when you speak in Italian and it improves pronunciation. During the lessons, we will be working with characters, body language, voice, intonation. We will use drama techniques employed by professional actors for memorizing vocabulary and expressions. Even though grammatical analysis of the language is included, this is not a traditional class, as we will focus on building your self-confidence through different and dynamic activities and with lots of fun! It is just a different way to learn, there is no need to have experience in drama. (Level of Italian: from B1).
Drama 2, 9 JUNE 2019 – h 12.00 – 16.30
Italian & Cinema: Learn Italian through movies
This short-course is designed for intermediate and upper-intermediate students of Italian. The course is aimed at students who wish to expand their knowledge of Italian cinema while improving their speaking, reading and listening skills and by participating in discussions based on selected scenes. The course will help student expand and deepen their knowledge of Italian language and culture. The teachers will use one new film for lesson. By watching short movies, extracts and discussing selected parts, the students will also develop a critical outlook and understanding of popular culture in Italian society. All four skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing), will be practised, with emphasis on speaking. Students will also be offered guidance in self-study and be set optional homework tasks.
Cinema 16, 23, 30 JUNE 2019 – h 13.30 – 16.30
Where: Italian Cultural Institute 39 Belgrave Square London SW1X 8NX
Info and enrollment: Italian Language Services at The Italian Cultural Institute
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