Course Information: Italian Film on Wednesday

course code

FIT3
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An opportunity to watch and discuss selected Italian language films (with Italian subtitles)

When and Where

Dates

From 10 Jun 2020
Wed 13:00-15:00
one day

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10 Jun 2020
13:00 to 15:00

Location

Stoke Lodge
Shirehampton Road
Stoke Bishop
Bristol
BS9 1BN


with Laura Geraci

Cost

Fees and concessions information

The full (undiscounted) fee for this course is 14 , the concession rate is Free. Please note that concession rates are subject to proof of eligibility. For more details please see our Terms and conditions

Description

An opportunity to watch and discuss selected Italian language films (with Italian subtitles) whilst enjoying some Italian food and a glass of wine. There will be a small additional charge of about 1.50 for the food and drink, payable to the tutor on the day.

What can students expect?

An initial introduction in Italian about the film, director and main actors while enjoying some nibbles and wine. Some language activities and a final discussion in Italian.
The film will be shown in Italian with Italian subtitles.

Previous experience required?

It is necessary to have a very good understanding of Italian to make the most of the session. However, learners who speak Italian at a lower level are also welcome if they are happy to be fully immersed in the target language. Generally you can get the gist of the film.

What is the progression route?

Coming to see different Italian films on selected dates.

Are there any extra costs?

There will be a small additional charge of about 1.50 for the food and drink, payable to the tutor on the day.

What should students bring?

A notebook and a pen, if they want to take notes (but not strictly required).

Teaching method/style?

Tutor introduction to the film in Italian. Watching the film. There will also be language activities related to the film which are aimed at helping learners to understand the film better and also at enriching existing vocabulary. Final discussion in the target language will be a good way of practicing conversational skills.