Spring Workshops at the Italian Cultural Institute

Italian Drama and Cinema workshops are back this spring at The Italian Cultural Institute London. 

Improve your communication skills with drama techniques

Sundays 22nd and 29th March 2020 | h 12 – 4.30 pm
Italian Cultural Institute in London.

Have you been studying Italian for a while but your mind gets blank when you speak?
Are you feeling awkward when listening to your voice and your pronunciation?
Are you struggling to find the right words when speaking in Italian?
Do you want to feel confident in different contexts of everyday life?

Learning Italian through drama techniques can help you to be confident, to manage communication breakdowns, and handle long silences. The workshop is designed for intermediate and upper intermediate students of Italian and there is no need to have any previous experience of drama techniques, it is just a different way to strengthen what you are learning in your language course.

What is involved in the drama workshop?
We will be working with voice, body language, pronunciation and intonation through a series of dynamic activities. We will use techniques employed by professional actors to help you to avoid getting stuck while you speak Italian. You will be able to memorize expressions and find the right words at the right moment in a range of common situations.  Come and try!  

NEW PRICE Cost £39 per session | £70 for 2 sessions together
OFFER for students at The Italian Cultural Institute, London:
£35 per session/ £65 for 2 sessions

Learn Italian through movies

Sundays 1st, 8th and 15th March 2020 | 13.30 – 4.30 pm 
Italian Cultural Institute in London.

This short-course is designed for intermediate and upper-intermediate students of Italian. The course is aimed at students who wish to expand their knowledge of Italian cinema while improving their speaking, reading and listening skills and by participating in discussions based on selected scenes.
The course will help student expand and deepen their knowledge of Italian language and culture. The teachers will use one new film for lesson.
By watching short movies, extracts and discussing selected parts, the students will also develop a critical outlook and understanding of popular culture in Italian society. All four skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing) will be practised, with emphasis on speaking. Students will also be offered guidance in self-study and be set optional homework tasks.

Cost: £ 30 each session and £75 for 3 sessions together

Info and enrollment: Italian Language Services
at The Italian Cultural Institute – 39 Belgrave Square – London
email: courses@icilondon.uk  Tel. 020 78231887 

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