The examination consists of a written part and two oral parts, all compulsory. All tests are evaluated in thirtieths and each part must be equal to 18/30 or more. The final grade is recorded after passing all the tests and consists of 40% of the grade of the written exam, 60% of the average of the grade of the interview with the mother tongue teacher and of the results of the interview on the monographic course.
The students can decide which part they take at first, the written examination or the oral ones. Written examinations take place three times a year - May/June, September and January - from May/June 2020; during the year there will be no 'partial tests', but simulations of the written parts of the exam aiming at self-control - these are only for students who attended at least 75% of the practical classes; the other ones can find the tests on Ariel Lingua tedesca 1 e 2 LM. They can also contact dott.ssa Dal Piaz (email@example.com
) if they would like to become an individual tutoring.
The written examination consist of three parts: 1) a composition (vorgabenorientierte Textproduktion) about actual themes and culture of at least 500 words (150'); 2) a grammar and lexical test (45'); 3) a literary translation from Italian into German (90').
For part 2) the students cannot use a dictionary; for 1) and 3) they can use a monolingual German dictionary.
The written exam is successful only if all the three tests have a grade of 18/30 or more. The grade of the written examination is the average grade of the three parts.
The oral examination consists of two parts: 1) an interview with the mother tongue teacher; 2) as far as the monographical part is concerned, the students who attended the course will held an oral presentation (Referat) for the teaching units A and B; for unit C there will be a written test at the end of the lessons. The examination will be completed by an oral interview abouts the materials of the lessons.
The students, who cannot attend the course, have to to write a short Hausarbeit (to be agreed with Moira Paleari)
International students or incoming Erasmus students are invited to contact the teacher as soon as possible. The examination procedures for students with disabilities and/or with DSA must be agreed with the teacher, in agreement with the competent office.