Intermediate Italian II

FRIT M250 — Spring 2021

Roma - Colosseo.
Course Description

Fulfills GenEd World Languages requirement

Prerequisite: M200 or equivalent.

This second-year Italian course meets online synchronously three times a week and builds upon the first three semesters of beginning and intermediate Italian (or equivalent). In M250, students concentrate on learning how to express their ideas and debate the pros and cons of certain situations as well as to offer advice and express opinions on a variety of familiar subjects, all in the Italian language. The students are involved in a variety of tasks practicing speaking, writing, listening and reading in a cultural context. The course includes study of original Italian short movies that offer the first stimulus for learning intermediate-level vocabulary, grammar and culture.

The M250 classes will be taught in synchronous online format at the times indicated in the Schedule of Classes, except for class 11017, which will be taught in a largely asynchronous format. For more information on class 11017, which requires permission, please see our Online Courses page

 

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