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QUESTION REGARDING: LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION FOR ITALIAN... - 10/8/2007 2:45:46 PM   
Molly

 

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Dear Colleagues,
I have a question for you. When you teach Survey of Italian Literature in
English at your Institution, do you assign readings in English to the
entire class and in Italian to those students who are Italian
Minors/Majors?
Also, do you test the Italian Majors/Minors separately in Italian or do
you assign the same tests/exams in English? I would like to know if you
have any special testing to determine whether students have done the
readings in Italian.
I need these data because I am in the process of changing the language of
instruction for Survey of Italian Literature from Italian into English,
and the information will be included in my letter to the Deans of Arts and
Sciences at my University.
Thank you in advance for your help.
All the best,
Victoria Surliuga
**
Dr. Victoria Surliuga
Assistant Professor of Italian
CMLL Department
P.O. Box 42071
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79409-2071
Tel.: (806) 742 3145 x 263
Fax: (806) 742 3306
surliuga@YAHOO.COM
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