Does learning Italian in a school increase a student’s fluency 21122018

Does learning Italian in a school increase a student’s fluency?

Does learning Italian in a school increase a student’s fluency? The Museum of Knowledge team is often asked such questions due to the rise of various online programmes that seem to give the impression that the requirements for students to learn Italian should be conducted in a traditional classroom environment.

Learning Italian in a traditional classroom setting will give students a substantial foundation but in order to achieve results and succeed in examinations, students will need to read around the subject in order to reach optimum proficiency. Such proficiency can only be achieved by having a profound understanding of the subject area, and in this case of both the Italian language and the Italian culture.

Students can improve their Italian by travelling to an Italian-speaking country or region such as Italy or parts of Switzerland. Travelling to regions where Italian is spoken widely will certainly open the mind and enable students to be even more fluent. Reading Italian newspapers, listening to the radio in Italian and watching some Italian films are also techniques that are proven to be extremely beneficial as these techniques will also help students to improve their Italian skills as well as their level of language fluency immensely.

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How students can become fluent in Italian

Museum of Knowledge explores how students can become fluent in Italian. The choice of a language learning provider is often based on the probability of linguistic competency that students can reach.

Determining gaps in knowledge

There are various options available for the Museum of Knowledge Italian language learning programme. The Italian course modules that cover the basics of language learning go one step further. Once the student’s language level is fully assessed, the museum can determine key subject areas and gaps in knowledge as these factors all affect the level of fluency of students.

Becoming fluent in Italian as quickly as possible

The Museum of Knowledge only teaches advanced language learners and intermediate language learners, therefore Italian language learners know from the outset that in order to complete the modules, they would need to have some basic understanding of Italian before they commence any Museum of Knowledge course. This also ensures that students who wish to learn Italian can reach the level of competency they desire and become truly fluent as quickly as possible.