Resources & Links

RESOURCES:

 

 

Intensive summer courses in Italy: a full-immersion experience in unspoiled, less-known historical surroundings, by 121 Italian Tuition

 


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The Move-me Project: The main objective of the project is to facilitate the integration of students in academic mobility enhancing their ability to function in academic and specialized contexts while also developing their competence in learning to learn.The MOVE-ME project website offers free resources and Massive Open Online Courses for Academic Italian and Academic English, supporting learners in the acquisition of the competences and skills necessary for understanding academic texts, written and oral, relating to specific disciplines, developing the ability to produce academic texts writing of various genres.


Clipflair. Language Learning through Captioning and Revoicing of Clips. Free multimedia language learning activities.

ClipFlair is a web platform for foreign language learning through interactive re-voicing and captioning of clips. The ClipFlair Gallery hosts easily accessible and shareable activities in 15 languages which can be used by teachers in their courses or carried out by learners independently. Examples of activities include asking learners to subtitle a clip to improve their listening and writing skills, or add their own voice recordings to practice pronunciation. Teachers can choose clips, images or other materials from the Gallery to create new activities in the ClipFlair Studio. But the heart of ClipFlair is the Social Network, hosting a Community of learners and teachers with an interest in audiovisuals and languages.


Language Guide – “Practice Italian vocabulary, expressions, the alphabet and numbers. Within each category, place your cursor over an image or text to hear it pronounced aloud. Then test your audio comprehension and speaking skills.”


LINKS:

National University of Ireland Galway, Italian Studies. – Link to Italian at NUI Galway.

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