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Bilingualism in the Classroom: Using Latin as an Aid to the Learning of Modern Italian

Author:
Wall, Emma  


Journal:
Journal of Classics Teaching


Issue Date:
2018


Abstract(summary):

This research explores the utility of Latin as an aid to the acquisition of modern Italian. Latin is the root of the Romance languages, and consequently many words in Italian derive directly from Latin or are cognate with Latin words. Lexical connections between the languages could therefore prove useful for students learning Italian. The motivations for researching this particular area stem from the current trend of valuing subject areas in terms of their utility' to learners. Through this research I hope to show that Latin should be valued not only intrinsically, but also that it has extrinsic value as an aid to learning modern languages.


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