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This is a language series written specifically for the institution-wide language programmes (IWLPs) now offered to most HE students. These programmes teach languages to non-specialist undergraduates, that is engineers, historians etc. studying a language in addition to their main degree subject. The series is designed to cover the two semester year, with in-built supplementary material to cater for different numbers of contact hours. Written by experienced IWLP practitioners the series is tailored to the needs of HE students. This is a complete beginner's course. Two cassettes are available with a site licence included in the price. Tapescripts are available free on request.
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'A concise, reasonably-priced, and user-friendly course...the choice of vocabulary, situations and tasks...respond[s] to the needs of an average undergraduate student...' -- Dr Loredana Polezzi, Times Higher Educational SupplementAbout the Author:
MARA BENETTI is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster, London, where she teaches Italian on the IWL programme, and at Imperial College, University of London. Mara has taught and researched in different parts of the world and she is now collaborating with the BBC as a language adviser for one of their courses. Mara is also involved in anthropological research at Goldsmith's College, University of London. - CARMELA MURTAS is Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster, - London, where she teaches Italian on the IWL programme. She has extensive - experience teaching Italian to foreigners at both private and tertiary level - in the UK. She has co-authored What? Listening to British Culture, - Milano:Colonna, 1998. She is also an Italian teacher trainer at International House, London. - CATERINA VARCHETTA is Visiting Lecturer at the University of North London and also at the University of Westminster, London, where she teaches Italian on the IWL programme. She has extensive experience teaching Italian as a foreign language at further and tertiary level in the UK. She has co-authored What? Listening to British Culture, Milano:Colonna, 1998. - ROBERTO DI NAPOLI is Senior Lecturer at the University of Westminster where he teaches Italian, Teacher Education and Cross-Cultural Studies. Roberto has taught both at secondary and tertiary level in Ireland, Spain and the UK. He is co-editor of an EFL book for the Italian market and has authored a - number of articles on issues related to language teaching at tertiary level. - He is also the co-editor of the forthcoming book Fuzzy Boundaries? Modern - Languages and the Humanities, CILT.
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Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory # GOR007329484