Comparative Arts and Letters
 

Second-Year Icelandic

Second-Year Icelandic
Emphasis on literature and culture with continued writing, grammar, listening, and speaking.
ICLND
202
 Hours4.0 Credit, 5.0 Lecture, 1.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtWinter odd years
 ProgramsContaining ICLND 202
Course Outcomes: 

Literature and Cultural History

Students will be able to identify and define key characteristics of the important moments in Icelandic cultural history and place significant works in a meaningful cultural and historical context using the basic tools of literary analysis.

Comprehension

Students will be able to comprehend Icelandic as they hear and read authentic language relating to familiar and less familiar topics.

Speaking and Writing

Students will improve their reading and writing skills in Icelandic by beginning to communicate in connected and extended discourse, expressing and supporting opinion, and navigating less-familiar topics and situations.

Icelandic Culture

Students will broaden and deepen their perception and appreciation of Icelandic culture.