Studies on Teaching Strategies for Italian Grade Test: Taking the Writing Part as an Example

Chunhong LIU

Abstract


This article has first introduced that Italian preparatory course training should be with language test as the teaching baton based on current overseas study data and policies. Targeting at the writing part in grade test, the author has collected and organized for 90 students’ writing paper, and analyzed students’ mistakes, pointed out the mistake reasons, and meanwhile revealed the influence of language negative transfer on students. The author has suggested that “metacognitive strategy” should be introduced into writing teaching, and proposed relevant teaching strategies.

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Italian grade test; Italian training; Writing; Teaching strategy; Italian B1 level

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10044

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