STAGES DE LANGUE ITALIENNE
Homestay: apprendre l'Italien en Italie à la maison de l'enseignant
"Homestay" signifie séjour individuel auprès d'un enseignant diplômé d'Italien qui accueille l'apprenant chez lui et se met à sa disposition, non seulement pour des leçons d'Italien, mais aussi pour faire découvrir les différents aspects de la culture locale. L'apprenant aura en effet la possibilité de participer à la vie sociale de la personne qui l'héberge et pourra apprendre l'Italien tout au long de la journée, en bavardant agréablement et sereinement avec l'enseignant, en l'accompagnant notamment au cinéma et au théâtre, ou encore en rencontrant des amis ou en faisant les courses ensemble. Cette solution est l'idéale pour ceux qui ont besoin d'apprendre le plus rapidement possible en peu de temps, à ceux qui souhaitent une approche directe de la vie quotidienne et de la culture d'un autre pays en immersion totale. Un séjour "homestay" offre en outre l'avantage d'étudier selon un horaire flexible et d'évaluer avec l'enseignant les sujets du programme à traiter. L'apprenant dispose d'une chambre, éventuellement avec salle de bain, et il partage avec la famille les autres pièces de la maison. Les enseignants, rigoureusement sélectionnés, sont toujours évalués.
Apprendre l'Italien en Italie à la maison de l'enseignant: où ?
De nombreux enseignants sont disponibles et l'apprenant a la possibilité de choisir entre plusieurs villes pour son stage homestay.
Homestay in Reggio EmiliaIt is a small,
welcoming and accessible town (140,000 people). It is very lively and it offers
a wide range of cultural activities in every moment of the year, from ballet to
opera, from jazz concerts to ethnic music or classical music. The town is also
quite active in organizing a number of interesting events such as fairs, arts
and craft markets and art exhibitions. Reggio Emilia is particularly famous for
the rich culinary tradition and the production of Parmesan cheese and balsamic
vinegar. Public transports are very efficient and it is easy to reach the sport
facilities and shopping malls. In less than an hour you can also reach Bologna,
Verona, Mantova and in a couple of hours you can go to Florence or Milan. Reggio
Emilia is also renowned for the hospitality and warmth of its people.
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Homestay in ComoComo is famous
for its lake and its beautiful villas, gardens and characteristic fishing-villages
scattered on the hills like the world-wide famous Bellagio, with its
neoclassic villa and its luxurious gardens, or Cernobbio, renowned holiday
resort for its enchanting atmosphere and for the spectacular international
congress centre at Villa Erba. If you are fond of mountains, from Como you can also go easily to Switzerland and enjoy
the spectacular Alpine landscape, and last, but not least, Milan, the ‘city’
with any kind of exhibits, stores, cinemas and restaurants, is 50 km from
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Homestay in Spinea (Venezia)Spinea is a town located
at only 20 minutes from Venice's historical center. Venezia, La Serenissima, Queen of the Adriatic,
city of canals and palaces. For a thousand years the city was one of the most
enduring mercantile sea powers on the face of the earth. Venice is built on 117
small islands and has some 150 canals and 409 bridges. The city's 'main street'
is the Grand Canal, which passes most of the districts as it twists along the
length of Venice from the railway station to St Mark's, which is one of the most
spectacular houses of worship in the world, attesting to the Venetian Republic's
former maritime and commercial might. The cluster of sights around the Piazza
San Marco are beautiful, but the more secret pleasures of the hushed backstreets
are just as entrancing. One of Venice’s principal pleasures is to take time to
lose yourself in the maze of canals and lanes. The shallow waters of the Laguna
Veneta are dotted by a mosaic of islands, including Murano, Burano and
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Homestay in RomaIt’s impossible to describe Rome in a few words
but let’s give it a try…
Cities don't come much more ancient, impressive or
chaotic than the Italian capital of Rome. Visitors have been coming to this
historic tourist destination for over 25 centuries and this 'Eternal City'
contains more sights than you could possibly ever see during one holiday.
Therefore it makes sense to prioritise, visit your chosen tourist attractions
and then simply relax, soaking up the vibrant Italian atmosphere present in this
capital whilst perhaps enjoying a coffee on one of the numerous spacious
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Homestay on the hills, BolognaThe green hills of the 'Tuscan-Emilian
Apennines', sorrounded by forests and green, are a perfect place
to relax in the nature, with silence and a beautiful landscape.
Marzabotto is an important
archaeological zonein the area with the Etruscan Museum «Pompeo Aria» and the
archeological park of ancient Misa. Homemade pasta is a typical product
here and you can find it in restaurants with many other products of
culinary tradition of Emilia. The main town of the area is Bologna,
capital of Emilia Romagna, city with a rich art and history heritage,
also characterized by a genuine atmosphere and famous for its
university, its rich cultural and social life, its well-preserved city
centre, its cusine, the hospitality of its people.
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Homestay a Procida (Napoli)Procida, the smallest
island in the Campanian Archipelago of volcanic origin, is connected to
the Island of Vivara by a narrow bridge. Not only is the sea an
important trait of Procida, but also its narrow streets and churches,
which somehow pair the tranquility of the beach, with walks through the
town center to admire the architecture of centuries past: worth visiting
in particular are the Abbey of San Michele Arcangelo, which had a
central role in Procida's religious and cultural history. It rises on
the Terra Murata Promontory, with the sea a steep drop below. Two
beaches that visitors should make every effort to reach are the Beach at
Pozzo Vecchio, a protagonist in scenes from the beloved film "Il
Postino", and Chiaiolella Beach, the Island’s most frequented.
Tutor a Procida
Homestay a MilanoMilano doesn’t need any presentation, does it?
History, culture, ancient and modern art, fashion, design, bars and entertainment…there’s everything!
will find a cosmopolitan environment and italian traditions, brand new
skyscrapers and bohemian districts side by side. And you will see this
great city at its best now, made even brighter to welcome people from
all around the world for our EXPO 2015….we’re waiting for you.
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Homestay a PalermoPalermo is the regional capital of Sicily, which is the largest and most heavily populated island in the Mediterranean.
area has been under numerous dominators over the centuries, including
Roman, Carthaginian, Byzantine, Greek, Arab, Norman, Swabian and
Spanish. Due to this past the city is still an exotic mixture of many
cultures. The old town of Palermo is one of the largest in Europe and
contains many masterpieces from different periods, including romanesque,
gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture as well as examples of
modern art. In this city the weather is very hot in summer and in winter
isn't very cold. Palermo also hosts it's rich vegetation of palm trees,
prickly pears, bananas, lemon trees and the sea is fantastic.
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Homestay a Pontremoli
is a little town in the hills in the North-western tip of Tuscany. This
part of Tuscany is known as Lunigiana that means the “Earth of moon”,
it covers an area which runs from the Apennines to the sea. Lunigiana is
rich in Medieval villages that conserve many vestiges of its past. Here
you find ancient castles, Romanesque churches, prehistoric stele
statues. Pontremoli is an old town located along the Francigena Road,
rich in art and history. In forty minutes drive (or by train) you can
reach the famous Cinque Terre, and Portovenere, the fisherman’s villages
of Tellaro, Lerici and its magnificent Blue Venus beach. In less than
an hour you can also reach Parma, Viareggio, Lucca, Pisa (Pisa airport).
Day trips to Florence, Milano, Genova and Bologna are possible. This is
the ideal place for the nature lovers: you can go cycling, riding or
trekking the paths of the Apennines or Apuan Alps to discover stunning
sceneries. Lunigiana has a culinary tradition that is renowned for its
fresh ingredients taken from its nature, namely chestnut flour,
mushrooms, natural herbs (torta d’erbi), lamb of Zeri, cured meats and a
typical homemade pasta called “testaroli”.Tutor a Pontremoli
Homestay a Sarzana
located a few kilometres away from the Ligurian sea coast and from the
borderline with Tuscany. The town still now preserves the ancient aspect
of the medieval centre, visitors can marvel at beautiful churches,
picturesque monuments, large squares and characteristic suburbs, in
particular two wonderful and impressive fortresseses remain intact, the
Firmafede Fortresses or “Cittadella” and the Fortresses of Sarzanello.
The areas surrounding Sarzana offer also the chance to enjoy the close
Ligurian sea with the sea resorts in Marinella, just a few kilometres
from the city. We are dealing with a striking sandy coastal about 3 km
long. Sarzana’s cuisine follows with some variations the Ligurian and
Lunigiana’s cuisines, especially the farinata, the focaccia and the
testaroli and in Sarzana’s surroundings, you can find many small
wineries producing many high quality white wines.Tutor a Sarzana
|Partecipation à la vie de la famille|
|Leçon d'Italien individuel|
|Home tuition in Reggio|
|Home tuition in Como|
|Home tuition in Venezia|
|Home tuition in Roma|
|Home tuition in Bologna|
|Home tuition in Procida|
|Home tuition in Milano|
|Home tuition in Palermo|
|Home tuition in Pontremoli|
|Home tuition in Sarzana|