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ITAL0103

Beginning Italian

Beginning Italian III
This course emphasizes increased control and proficiency in the language through audiovisual, conversational, and drill methods. Italian life and culture continue to be revealed through the use of realia. Short reading selections on contemporary Italy and discussions enlarge the student's view of Italian life and culture. Students continue to participate in the Italian table. (ITAL 0102 or equivalent) 6 hrs. disc./perf.; 2 hrs. screen.
Subject:
Italian
Department:
Italian
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

ITAL0103A-S15 Lecture
ITAL0103B-S15 Lecture

Spring 2014

ITAL0103A-S14 Lecture (Brancoli Busdraghi)
ITAL0103B-S14 Lecture (Van Order)
ITAL0103Z-S14 Screening (Van Order)

Spring 2013

ITAL0103A-S13 Lecture (Brancoli Busdraghi)
ITAL0103B-S13 Lecture (Zupan)
ITAL0103C-S13 Lecture (Sarti)
ITAL0103Z-S13 Screening (Sarti)

Spring 2012

ITAL0103A-S12 Lecture (Sarti)
ITAL0103B-S12 Lecture (Van Order)
ITAL0103C-S12 Lecture (Barashkov)
ITAL0103Z-S12 Screening (Sarti)

Spring 2011

ITAL0103A-S11 Lecture (Van Order)
ITAL0103B-S11 Lecture (Brancoli Busdraghi)
ITAL0103C-S11 Lecture (Barashkov)
ITAL0103Z-S11 Screening

Spring 2004

ITAL0103A-S04 Lecture (Castronuovo)
ITAL0103B-S04 Lecture (Chang)
ITAL0103C-S04 Lecture (Skubikowski)
ITAL0103D-S04 Lecture (Van Order)
ITAL0103E-S04 Lecture (Brancoli Busdraghi)
ITAL0103Z-S04 Screening (Van Order)