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This unit is run by the University of South Australia (UniSA) but is available to Deakin Students (dependent upon the Deakin course in which they are enrolled). Classes will be held on the Melbourne Campus at Burwood with access to materials through UniSA. Following successful completion, this unit will be worth 1 credit point at level 3 towards your Deakin course. Please note, Students’ results from cross-institutional enrolment at other institutions will be recorded on their Deakin University academic records as EP (External Pass) or N (Fail).
|Prerequisite:||AIT321, or with permission of the Unit Chair|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. Please refer to the most current computer specifications.|
The unit extends students' proficiency in spoken and written Italian at an intermediate level and extend their knowledge of interculturality through community participation and the study of Italian narrative, theatre and film, with a focus on representations of Southern Italy.
Class work in Italian (including oral and written tasks, progress tests, native speaker chatlines, community experience report) 50%, Seminar papers or essays on Italian novels and films (800 words in Italian) 30%, One 2 hour final language test 20%
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