This course is a continuation of Italian 2201. Students actively use language and conversational skills acquired in 2201 as they examine Italian housing, environment, music, theater, art, and literature. The course will be taught in Italian.
This course focuses on enabling students to communicate effectively in Italian, by consolidating and expanding the vocabulary and grammar they learned in Italian 1101 and 1102, as well as introducing more sophisticated grammatical structures. The course emphasizes language as a means of understanding culture in the increasingly global world. The course also seeks a heightened understanding of everyday Italian life. The course will be taught in Italian.
Italian I is designed for students who have no previous instruction in Italian. The course focuses on enabling students to communicate effectively in Italian and to develop an appreciation of the Italian culture.