The learning of Italian for unaccompanied foreign minors proceeds at relatively rapid steps even if the children interviewed have poor schooling. The relatively young age, together with a very special life experience, which forced them to grow up, must have made these children particularly receptive to language learning. On the other hand, it presents itself, in their eyes, as the main gateway to a life condition that can only be better than the one they left and that, in any case, offers them the conviction of having more perspectives of life and success of those who left in their country of origin. This condition should lead to pay, in terms of policies, greater attention to the role of integration that can be played by institutions responsible for teaching Italian, such as the CPIA.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Leggere, scrivere, esserci|
|Numero di pagine||21|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|