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Studying (and teaching) a language in its own country is quite different from studying (and teaching) it abroad. Scudit Scuola d’Italiano goes to great lengths to make use of the opportunities of studying Italian in Italy and ties in teaching with the integration of students into Italian life and customs.
English is studied because it is the standard language of international communication. Italian, on the other hand, whether it is studied for tourism, business or just for general interest in Italian culture, is always studied with the aim of integration into the Italian "way of life". Thus it is essential that the teaching of the language informs the students of the attitudes, interests and knowledge of the Italians. 
Furthermore Italian is not normally a student’s second language; it is his or her third, fourth or even fifth language. Consequently our teaching methods take into account that our  students are often very sophisticated in their language abilities and cultural interests.
Great stress is therefore laid on the spoken language (unless there is a specific request for an in depth study of written Italian). We concentrate mainly on getting the students to speak, and less importance is given to comprehension, because, as they are staying in Italy, the latter automatically develops outside lesson time in their everyday life. We continually assess the needs and difficulties of individual students and we obtain excellent results thanks to our highly motivated, experienced and talented team of teachers.
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Le prime 1000 parole italiane
di Roberto Tartaglione
(Repertorio e esercizi graduati sul lessico)
Alma Edizioni 2017


GPS - Grammatica della lingua italiana Per Stranieri
di Roberto Tartaglione e Angelica Benincasa
(Grammatica, esercizi, letture e test)
Vol. 1 (A1/A2)
Alma Edizioni 2015


GPS - Grammatica della lingua italiana Per Stranieri
di Roberto Tartaglione e Angelica Benincasa
(Grammatica, esercizi, letture e test)
Vol. 2 (B1/B2)
Alma Edizioni 2015


Il Congiuntivo
di Daniela Mancini e Tommaso Marani
Alma Edizioni 2015


Videolezioni di Grammatica nel tempo di un caffè
in Alma Tv
di e con Roberto Tartaglione


Videolezioni storia delle parole
in Alma Tv
di e con Roberto Tartaglione


Matdid - Materiali didattici online
di Roberto Tartaglione e Giulia Grassi
1999 - oggi


Grammatica avanzata della lingua italiana
di Roberto Tartaglione e Susanna Nocchi
Alma Edizioni 2006

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