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GCSE and iGCSE Italian Tuition in London

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Tutor House works with parents and students to match them with professional, highly experienced GCSE Italian Tutors who are passionate about what they do. We work with Tutors who are knowledgeable, friendly, and flexible so they can fit around parents and students commitments and devise a useful schedule of work that will help students achieve their desired grades, overcome problematic areas, and fully prepare them for their Italian GCSE or iGCSE exam.

GCSE Italian involves extensive study of the Italian language and students taking this qualification will be required to write, read, listen and speak Italian confidently, and to a good standard.

Breakdown of the core Italian GCSE content:

The main course content of a GCSE in Italian is as follows:

  • Italian listening
  • Italian reading
  • Italian speaking
  • Italian writing

As students progress throughout the course the will be expected to widen their range of vocabulary, become more descriptive and varied and structure their sentences accurately and precisely.

Benefits of studying a Italian GCSE/ iGCSE

Obtaining a GCSE/iGCSE requires students to memorise a good range of Italian vocabulary, understand how to construct sentences using the correct tenses and noun genders, employ correct pronunciation of words, cope with unfamiliar language, confidently discuss different topics and offer intelligent opinions. Attention to detail, the ability to memorise a great deal of information and self discipline to learn and practice the language are all fantastic skills all of which will determine how successful a candidate at the end of the course.

Why is it worth studying Italian GCSE/ iGCSE?

Italian GCSE provides students with the ability to develop and hone their language skills and successfully employ these in a variety of contexts.

The Italian GCSE/iGCSE provides a solid basis for students to undertake further study at A-Level and beyond.

A degree in Italian will give students a thorough understanding of the Italian language, and successful graduates will have the ability to understand and communicate in Italian in a variety of ways. Graduates can go on to teach in the subject, and of course to work in Italy in a number of roles. Other positions where an Italian degree may be beneficial include being an interpreter or translator, an international aid worker, broadcast journalist, or roles associated with travel and tourism.


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