LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN III
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Educational goals: Make students aware of the process of learning a language through the introduction of the basic structures of German: rules of declension and conjugation; syntactical differences between main and secondary clauses; types of secondary clauses, prepositions, etc. Knowledge of the structure and rules of the foreign language, constantly compared with those in Italian, provide the tools for a learning process that is not only practical but also a cognitive process involving the specific nature of German.
Course contents summary
Introduction to the basic structure of the German language in terms of morphology and syntax, with special emphasis given to those points in which it differs from Italian. The course is structured to provide a close student-teacher working relationship and it provides an introduction to the theoretical-linguistic questions in learning a language.
Evaluation through a written exam in common with the lecture course and an oral exam.