Italian Course Description

ITLN141 (3)
Elementary Italian I
Grannar with reading, writing and pronunciation of simple Italian in the context of significant aspects of culture-oral and listening work stressed. A one-hour lab per week is required. Course offered during fall semester in alternate years. Fall

ITLN142 (3)
Elementary Italian II
Grammar and reading continued: oral and listening work progressively increased. A one-hour lab per week is required. Prerequisite: ITLN171 with a minimum grade of C or permission of the instructor. Spring.

Contemporary Italian Culture
Studies of the life and people of Italian speaking countries through lectures and readings in standard Italian. Readings are related to geography, history, politics, business, social problems, arts, and literatures. Conducted entirely in Italian.

Italian Fine Arts, Literature and Film
Analysis and comparison of artistics differences between selected pieces of Italian literature and their film adaptation. Emphasis on language and all artistic expressions connected to the identity of the Italian culture and society. Conducted entirely in Italian.

Lecture/Lab: Weekly: 3 lectures
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Schedule Type: Lecture