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Italian

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Italian 1410: Beginning Italian I

Fall 2014 CRN:  14831

Introduction to listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within an Italian cultural framework. Students who begin Italian 1410 toward general educational requirements must also complete 1420.

Course Rationale:  This course is offered as part of a series of Italian language courses to support art history and music (local performance) studies at Texas State. The course introduces students to the basic structures of Italian and basic cultural concepts of the Italian presence in the work today. The course includes topics of interest to students in a variety of fields, including modern languages, art and design, music, opera studies, Italo-American studies, history, anthropology, and studies of the Ancient Roman diaspora.

Cost:  $910.52

Instructor:  Dr. Moira Jackson

Dates:  August 25 - December 4, 2014

Time:  Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m.

Location:  TBA

Applying for the Course:  Students complete and submit an online Extension Study Application.  Once your application has been processed, you will receive information on how to register and pay for the course.

Registering for the Course: Students must register for the couse through the Student Information System/Catsweb during the regular University registration periods.

For more information about the content of this course, contact Professor Moira Di Mauro-Jackson in the Department of Modern Languages (512.245.2360).

For more information about enrolling and registering in this course, see the Extension Course Application and Registration page or contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.

Italian 1420: Beginning Italian II

Spring 2014 CRN:  40535

Continued practice in listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills within an Italian cultural framework. Prerequisite: Italian 1410

Course Rationale:

This course is offered as part of a series of Italian language courses to support art history and music (local performance) studies at Texas State. The course introduces students to the basic structures of Italian and basic cultural concepts of the Italian presence in the work today. The course includes topics of interest to students in a variety of fields, including modern languages, art and design, music, opera studies, Italo-American studies, history, anthropology, and studies of the Ancient Roman diaspora.

Cost: $910.52

Instructor: Dr. Moira Jackson

Dates: January 13 - May 7, 2014

Time: Mondays and Wednesday, 3:30 p.m to 4:50 p.m.   

Location: HINES 203

Applying for the Course:  Students complete and submit an online Extension Study Application.  Once your application has been processed, you will receive information on how to register and pay for the course.

Registering for the Course: Students must register for the couse through the Student Information System/Catsweb during the regular University registration periods.

For more information about the content of this course, contact Professor Moira Di Mauro-Jackson in the Department of Modern Languages (512.245.2360).

For more information about enrolling and registering in this course, see the Extension Course Application and Registration page or contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.

Italian 2310: Intermediate Italian I

Italian 2310 and 2320 are offered in a Texas State Study Abroad Program during the summer. For more information, refer to the Florence (Firenze) Study Abroad page.

Continued development and review of all language skills within an Italian framework. Most students will need to complete Italian 1410 and 1420 before beginning 2310.

For more information about the content of this course, contact Professor Moira Di Mauro-Jackson in the Department of Modern Languages (512.245.2360).

Italian 2320: Intermediate Italian II

Italian 2310 and 2320 are offered in a Texas State Study Abroad Program during the summer. For more information, refer to the Florence (Firenze) Study Abroad page.

More advanced practice in all language skills with greater emphasis on reading within an Italian cultural framework.

For more information about the content of this course, contact Professor Moira Di Mauro-Jackson in the Department of Modern Languages (512.245.2360).

Italian 3308: Advanced Conversation and Grammar

Spring 2014 CRN:  40536

Fall 2014 CRN:  14832

A course designed to strengthen advanced skills of writing and grammar in an Italian cultural framework. This course is designed to improve writing skills in Italian through the reading and writing of Italian texts. Focus on writing skills and the reading of selected works from Italian literature. Repeatable once with different content. Prerequisite: Italian 2310 and 2320 or consent of the instructor.

Cost: $682.89

Instructor: Dr. Moira Jackson

Dates:   Spring 2014:  January 13 - May 7, 2014

              Fall 2014:  August 25 - December 4, 2014

Times:  Spring 2014:  Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.

              Fall 2014:  Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:20 p.m.

Location:  Spring 2014:  DERR 229

                  Fall 2014:  TBA

Applying for the Course:  Students complete and submit an online Extension Study Application.  Once your application has been processed, you will receive information on how to register and pay for the course.
 
Registering for the Course: Students must register for the couse through the Student Information System/Catsweb during the regular University registration periods.

For more information about the content of this course, contact Professor Moira Di Mauro-Jackson in the Department of Modern Languages (512.245.2360).

For more information about enrolling and registering in this course, see the Extension Course Application and Registration page or contact the Office of Distance and Extended Learning.