My proven study plan templates to master Italian
As a serial language learner, I know what to do in order to master a language.
Honestly, I don’t even build a plan because everything comes out naturally to me.
However, if you’re not familiar with languages, you need a self-study plan to make the most of your study time, choose the right resources, and keep motivation (why learn Italian?).
That’s why I made these study plan templates for the Italian language, each with a different combination of time commitment and budget.
How to choose a plan from these 5 examples
Here, you find 5 Italian study schedule templates with different options: time commitment, budget, and recommended learning resources.
If you made a plan with the Italian study planner, you already know which one is best for you.
Else, I strongly recommend you to use the planner. In 3 minutes, you’ll know how much time and money you need to invest in learning Italian to meet your goals.
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What’s the difference between study schedule templates
All these Italian study schedule templates include my favorite resources to learn Italian.
I chose them to cover every aspect of the language, with a focus on speaking, which is often overlooked both by students and language courses.
The main difference is how much time and money you’re willing to commit to language learning.
- Regular plan: to make steady progress
- Intensive plan: for faster progress
- Light plan: for the busy learner
- Free plan: when your budget is 0
- Free light plan: for the casual learner
Now, let’s look into these 5 Italian study schedule examples!
Is a language learning template enough?
A language study template doesn’t just list all your learning activities but also shows how often and when you’re supposed to do them.
These activities should cover all the skills that you need to learn: reading, listening, writing and speaking.
If you find that you are lacking a particular learning type, you will need to find a learning activity that can supplement it.
Your weekly planner is for you to check that you’re sticking with your study plan. Each time you perform a learning activity, you can put a mark next to it. At the end of the week, you can count up the marks against your target figure.
Your planner should be between 1-2 months long, no longer. In fact, you need to review your study plan every couple of months. This is particularly true in the first year when you are developing rapidly. The activity or resource that helped last month may no longer be relevant.
This is how you learn a language in hours, not years.
What you get from this Italian study schedule maker
Under the hood, this Italian study schedule builder includes:
- Language study time calculator from level to level
- Feasibility check
After you submit the form of this Italian study planner, you’ll get:
- An email with the results (time, etc.)
- A downloadable weekly study schedule
- Tips to use the recommended resources
If compared with the few similar tools I found online, this Italian study planner has the following advantages:
- Customized to each learner’s skills and needs
- Specifically designed by an Italian polyglot
- Returns a ready-to-use weekly timetable
- With practical advice on how to study
- Gives instant results