ITA2060 - Italian studies 6
6 points, SCA Band 1, 0.125 EFTSL
Undergraduate Faculty of Arts
Leader(s): Simon West
Clayton Second semester 2009 (Day)
Consolidation and extension of work begun in ITA2050.
Upon completion of these units students should further develop the four macro skills with specific emphasis on reading and writing, and an informed knowledge of contemporary Italian society in its constant change. In the language component, students are expected to consolidate and expand their knowledge of basic grammatical concepts and vocabulary. They are also expected to reach communicative competence on most topics relating to oneself, one's family, home, school, work and social environment. In the cultural component, students should acquire an understanding of key aspects of contemporary and Nineteenth Century Italian history, society and culture.
Written work: 30%
Class work/tests/exercises: 30%
5 hours (1 hour culture lecture and 4 hours language workshops) per week
ITA2050 or equivalent language competence