Advanced Italian

Designed to develop oral and written proficiency at the advanced level, this course meets daily for two hours: one hour dedicated to the study of morphological and syntactic patterns and structures, and one hour to oral expression. Students will be required to write tests, submit essays, give oral presentations, and participate in class discussions.

Note: This course is obligatory for all first-time graduate students except those exempted on the basis of a placement examination. Students scoring low on the placement test may be required to take 3301 without graduate credit before attempting 6502. (1 Unit)

All assignments submitted by students and corrected by the professor will be included in the mandatory portfolio

Required Texts: R. Uslenghi Maiguashca, M. Sassu Frescura, L. Polesini Karumanchiri, and J. Vizmuller-Zocco, Schede di lavoro. Vols.1-2. 2nd Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (1994); L. Polesini Karumanchiri, L'italiano d'oggi. Note di grammatica per corsi universitari. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (1988). Recommended Texts: N. Zingarelli, Vocabolario della lingua italiana. Bologna: Zanichelli (latest edition); Harper Collins Sansoni Italian Dictionary. Inglese-Italiano, Italiano-Inglese. Firenze: Sansoni (latest edition).

Additional reading materials will be provided by the instructor.
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ITAL 6502

All Sections in Summer 2011, LS 6 Week Session

Summer 2011, LS 6 Week Session

ITAL6502A-L11 Lecture (Iuele-Colilli)