See presentations about the amazing initiatives and ideas happening in Italian language classrooms in Victoria.
The event is FREE and will be held on 8 September 2016 at 6pm in the Co.As.It. at 189 Faraday Street, Carlton.
Monday 19 September, 9:30am, Midday, or 2:30pm.
Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre, Corner of Bell St & St Georges Rd, Preston.
Conveniently located near train, bus and tram routes, with plenty of parking available.
Click here to see how to get to the venue.
Students will participate in two workshops/presentations designed to help them prepare for the oral and written exam.
The sessions will be taken by experienced teachers of VCE and are for VCE Unit 3&4 students only.
COASIT and VATI, in partnership with the Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET), are offering the opportunity for government and non-government school teachers of Italian to undertake courses leading to the CELI examination Certificato di Conoscenza della Lingua Italiana. The courses will run between July and November and are offered at two levels: CELI 2 (level B1) and CELI 3 (level B2), the latter being the higher level.
The CELI exam is one of the most widely recognised certificates for learners of Italian. It is issued by the University for Foreigners of Perugia (Università per Stranieri di Perugia) and is recognised by the Italian Department of Education and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Additionally, CELI certificates conform with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages of the European Council (CEFR).
The 40-hour course is designed to support participants improve their written and spoken Italian in preparation to undertake the CELI examination in November 2016.
on 2 June Italy celebrates the FESTA DELLA REPUBBLICA. Click here to access two new resources developed by VATI with the support of Co.As.It. staff.
VATI supports teachers of Italian in Victoria. Our members are mainly drawn from primary and secondary teachers.
Membership for 2016 is now available. Payment may be made by EFT, or Cheque or Money Order.
The Language Teacher Register has been developed by the Department of Education and Training (DET) to assist schools to source qualified languages teachers to fill vacant language teaching positions in government schools.