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Aug 1, 2016 by Lynn Westwater (llww)
ITAL 1003 : Intermediate Italian I
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ITAL 1004 : Intermediate Italian II
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Intermediate Italian I
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Intermediate Italian I
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Third-semester course designed for students with a basic overall knowledge of the Italian language; strengthens proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing; enhances critical understanding of Italian culture. Course conducted in Italian.
This course will provide students with intermediate Italian skills in speaking, reading and writing comprehension. Italian 1003 aims to enable students to build on the skills acquired in the first two semesters of Italian. At the end of the course, students will be able to: • Use most everyday vocabulary in Italian. • Produce all basic grammatical structures correctly and employ more complex grammatical structures, including ways to: o promise and predict o propose simple hypotheses o and use impersonal, indirect and passive forms. • Understand and interpret authentic speech in Italian on a variety of everyday topics. • Compare and contrast features of Italian and American culture, in Italian. • Write short and formally correct expository essays in Italian on a variety of everyday topics. • Understand and interpret authentic readings in Italian on a variety of everyday topics.
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We would like to make Ital 1003 a four-credit-hour course (it was a three-credit-hour course) so that students can benefit from an additional contact hour during the week as they build their intermediate Italian skills. This will allow students to achieve a greater mastery of the material.
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Tue, 22 Dec 2015 06:27:09 GMT
Rollback: All courses requesting GPAC attributes have to be reviewed by the GPAC committee, which will not be meeting again before January 15.