Beginning Italian in Rome
Two Sections Available to Choose From:
|Course Dates||Weeks||Meeting Times||Status||Instructor(s)||CRN|
|July 20, 2014 - August 09, 2014||3||M-F 1:15P-2:45P||Open||Katia Maria D'Angelo||10370|
|July 20, 2014 - August 09, 2014||3||M-F 1:15P-2:45P||Open||Alessandra Franco||10408|
To really experience Italy one must feel the color and rhythm of the Italian language. This course aims to help students experience the Italian language in everyday contexts, so that they may use it in their wanderings around Rome. In the classroom, students will learn by doing, and they will be involved in all sorts of team projects, musical games, and creative thinking activities. Students will also study cultural topics, which will enable them to better understand Rome and Italy.
This course is only open to students enrolled in Pre-College Global Programs.
**When registering in Banner, students must enroll in "Ancient Rome: Archaeology & Civic Life" (CRN 10397) OR "Secrets & Symbols of Roman Art & Architecture" (CRN 10398) AND “Beginning Italian” (CRN 10370) AND one Humanities course option: “Modern Italy Through Film” (CRN 10399) or “Digital Photography" (CRN 10400).