Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Second-Year Icelandic

Second-Year Icelandic
Conversation, vocabulary building, and reading and writing skills, emphasizing writing.
ICLND
201
 Hours4.0 Credit, 5.0 Lecture, 1.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesIclnd 102 or equivalent experience.
 TaughtFall even years
Course Outcomes: 

Comprehension

Students will be able to comprehend Icelandic as they hear and read authentic language relating to familiar topics with strategies to even derive meaning out of less familiar topics.

Speaking and Writing

Students will be able to speak and write Icelandic well enough to satisfy immediate needs. (Students will learn to communicate in social situations asking and answering questions, carrying out transactions, and talking about a variety of topics of common interest in present, past, and future times.)

Conversation

Students will be able to participate actively in conversations about Icelandic-speaking countries, concrete topics, and current events.

Opinions

Students will be able to begin expressing and supporting opinions about familiar topics.