Intermediate Italian I (3 CR)

FRIT-M 200 — Spring 2024

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Karolina Serafin
Course Description

Prerequisite: FRIT-M 110 or FRIT-M 115 or FRIT-M 150

Contact the Director of Italian Language Instruction, Dr. Karolina Serafin for permission to enroll in the online course sections 1939 and 11889.

Building on Elementary Italian I and II, students further study and practice fundamental concepts and structures in Italian grammar. Through a variety of assignments and activities, they strengthen proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, writing, cultural analysis and understanding. Includes an introduction to brief literary texts.

Online Class: This Intermediate I Italian course is interactive and conducted completely online. The students do not need to be on campus in order to participate. It requires students to work independently and follow a very structured syllabus. The class meets with the instructor online once a week. The students are involved in a variety of online tasks at the intermediate level, such as reading, listening, completing exercises, posting writing assignments and recording responses. All the activities are integrated into a larger cultural context. The grammar reviews all the material learned in previous courses in an intermediate context and increases skills by adding more intermediate structures and vocabulary.

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