Middlebury

ITAL 0101

Beginning Italian

Beginning Italian
This course is an introduction to the Italian language that provides a foundation in both spoken and written Italian. Focus on the spoken language encourages rapid mastery of the basic structures and vocabulary of contemporary Italian. The exclusive use of Italian in dialogue situations and vocabulary building encourages the student to develop skills in a personalized context. Conversation and drill are stimulated and fostered through active reference to popular Italian music, authentic props, and slides of Italian everyday life and culture. Students are required to participate in the Italian table. 6 hrs. disc./perf.; 2 hrs. screen
Subject:
Italian
Department:
Italian
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
LNG
Equivalent Courses:

Sections in Fall 2021

Fall 2021

ITAL0101A-F21 Lecture (Van Order)
ITAL0101B-F21 Lecture (Brancoli Busdraghi)