Esercitazioni linguistiche - Lingua svedese

A.Y. 2020/2021
100
Overall hours
SSD
L-LIN/15
Learning objectives
The aim of the esercitazioni for the Norwegian language (i.e., practical classes added to the course "Scandinavian Languages I-II-III" but that do not allow to accrue ECTS), is that students acquire and develop written, oral, interaction and mediation skills, in accordance with levels described by the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR) and its subsequent revisions and updates. The final BA level is B2.
Expected learning outcomes
The expected result in terms of applied competence is the achievement of the level specified for every year for all linguistic-communicative activities: reception (listening and reading), production of written and oral texts, interaction and mediation. The entrance level is detailed in the Prerequisites, while the expected goal is detailed in the Syllabus. Students are expected to spend time on self-study to prepare for classes and to review and consolidate work done in class.
Course syllabus and organization

Gruppo 1

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Practical courses ('esercitazioni') will be online in the autumn term, following the information and instructions available on the Ariel page 'Lingue Scandinave 1 LT'. In the spring term practical courses will take place in class, if safety measures allow it. If this should not be possible, teaching will continue online. Information and instructions are constantly updated on the Ariel page.
Course syllabus
The esercitazioni are part of the course "Scandinavian Languages 1" and last over the two terms (2 lessons per week). The course languages are Italian and Swedish (the latter is used more and more during the year).
The aim is to help students acquire basic abilities for all linguistic-communicative activities by means of reading and listening exercises, oral interaction and presentations, grammar and vocabulary exercises. Students are required to prepare for classes, as well as consolidate and develop the acquired knowledge and abilities through self-study.
The final level is A2.
Prerequisites for admission
None.
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons (in class or online), activities and exercises during classes, home assignments, self-study.
Teaching Resources
Texts used during classes:
- A. Brännström, C. Bunge Repetto, A. Meregalli, "Lagom lätt", Hoepli, 2014
Additional reference works:
- A. Brännström, C. Bunge Repetto, A. Meregalli, "Grammatica svedese", Hoepli, 2018
- a bilingual Swedish-Italian dictionary
Additional texts and materials will be available on the Ariel platform.
Students that do not attend classes are required to contact the instructor for guidance on the usage of the materials.
Assessment methods and Criteria
For details on assessment methods and criteria, see the relevant section of the course programme for "Scandinavian Languages 1".
L-LIN/15 - NORDIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 2

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Practical courses ('esercitazioni') will be online in the autumn term, following the information and instructions available on the Ariel page 'Lingue Scandinave 1 LT'. In the spring term practical courses will take place in class, if safety measures allow it. If this should not be possible, teaching will continue online. Information and instructions are constantly updated on the Ariel page.
Course syllabus
The esercitazioni are part of the course "Scandinavian Languages 2" and last over the two terms (2 lessons per week). The course language is normally Swedish; Italian will be used, if necessary, for a better understanding.
The aim is to help students acquire lower intermediate abilities for all linguistic-communicative activities by means of reading and listening exercises, oral interaction and presentations, grammar and vocabulary exercises. Students are required to prepare for classes, as well as consolidate and develop the acquired knowledge and abilities through self-study.
The final level is B1.
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught mostly in Swedish. Textbooks and activities in class or for self-study require that students already have a linguistic competence at level A2.
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons (in class or online), activities and exercises during classes, home assignments, self-study.
Teaching Resources
Texts used during classes:
- Paula Levy Scherrer, Karl Lindemalm, "Rivstart B1-B2" (both textbok and övningsbok), Natur och Kultur, 2015
- Annika Norlin, "Jag ser allt du gör", 2020, Weyler förlag (for spring term)
Additional reference works:
- A. Brännström, C. Bunge Repetto, A. Meregalli, "Grammatica svedese", Hoepli, 2018
- a bilingual Swedish-Italian dictionary
Additional texts and materials will be available on the Ariel platform.

Students that do not attend classes are required to contact the instructor for guidance on how to use the materials.
Assessment methods and Criteria
For details on assessment methods and criteria, see the relevant section of the course programme for "Scandinavian Languages 2".
L-LIN/15 - NORDIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours

Gruppo 3

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Practical courses ('esercitazioni') will be online in the autumn term, following the information and instructions available on the Ariel page 'Lingue Scandinave 1 LT'. In the spring term practical courses will take place in class, if safety measures allow it. If this should not be possible, teaching will continue online. Information and instructions are constantly updated on the Ariel page.
Course syllabus
The esercitazioni are part of the course "Scandinavian Languages 3" and last over the two terms (2 lessons per week). The course language is Swedish.
The aim is to help students acquire upper intermediate abilities for all linguistic-communicative activities by means of reading and listening exercises, oral interaction and presentations, grammar and vocabulary exercises. Students are required to prepare for classes, as well as consolidate and develop the acquired knowledge and abilities through self-study.
The final level is B2.
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught exclusively in Swedish. Textbooks and activities in class or for self-study require that students already have a linguistic competence at level B1.
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons (in class or online), activities and exercises during classes, home assignments, self-study.
Teaching Resources
Texts used during classes:
- Paula Levy Scherrer, Karl Lindemalm, "Rivstart B1-B2" (Textbok inkl ljudfiler, andra upplagan), Natur och Kultur, 2015
- Sven Olov Karlsson, "Årsboken", Natur & Kultur, 2019
Additional reference works:
- A. Brännström, C. Bunge Repetto, A. Meregalli, "Grammatica svedese", Hoepli, 2018
- a monolingual Swedish dictionary
Additional texts and materials will be available on the Ariel platform.

Students that do not attend classes are required to contact the instructor for guidance on how to use the materials.
Assessment methods and Criteria
For details on assessment methods and criteria, see the relevant section of the course programme for "Scandinavian Languages 3".
L-LIN/15 - NORDIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours