5:45 – 7:45 pm
Whatever the passione that has made you an Italophile–fine art, architecture, music, film, fashion, gastronomy or shopping–if you have any experience traveling in Italy or studying the language, this course is intended for you. Our classroom role play of real-life travel situations and our presentation of high frequency language patterns will prepare you for a more enjoyable and authentic exploration of Italian language and culture. This class is open to those of all levels of knowledge of the Italian culture and language.
Susan Pezzino, a lifelong Italophile and former United States Fulbright Scholar, holds an MA in applied linguistics and works as a professional language teacher and multimedia curriculum designer in Chicago.
This course will use as its text the instructor’s own materials for travel Italian furnished to the students by the instructor at cost.
This class is part of the Newberry’s Adult Education Seminars Program.
Ten sessions, $240.