Intermediate Italian F18 (ITAL*2090) | College of Arts

Intermediate Italian F18 (ITAL*2090)

Code and section: ITAL*2090*01

Term: Fall 2018

Instructor: tba


Course objectives:

Introducing additional exercises which enable speaking, listening, and writing practice, Intermediate Italian (ITAL 2090) reinforces and builds on the grammar begun at the introductory level. Students will be exposed to contemporary Italian texts, films, and culture during four weekly classes (three hrs/with a focus on grammar and practice, two hrs/which are devoted to in-class interaction on cultural aspects and online exercises). This course requires a firm commitment on the part of the student.


Learning outcomes:

Upon completion of this Intermediate Italian course successful students will be able to:

  • Recognize, interpret, and connect standard inputs in Italian  
  • Communicate in Italian about topics related to the student’s environment, background, daily activities, and personal interests at an A2 level
  • Correctly read short stories and other short texts in Italian.
  • Write simple texts (of more than one sentence) as well as simple responses to questions in Italian.









Salve! Second Edition by Carla Larese Riga

Additional material will be provided to the students during class time


Method of presentation:

Three (3) classroom hours


Evaluation method:



Please see Undergraduate Calendar for all Italian courses offered by the School of Languages and Literatures

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