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German - AA Degree

German - AA Degree

Courses

GER 101 Elementary German I

4 credits

This is the first course in a four-course sequence to develop an understanding and use of the German language in speaking, reading, writing and comprehending. This course is intended for students who have little or no previous instruction in German. Students are introduced to the structure, pronunciation and syntax of the language with emphasis on oral communication. Additionally, students are introduced to the culture, history and contributions of Germans and the German language in our world. Lab work for comprehension and pronunciation is a part of the course work. R (3 lecture hours and 2 laboratory hours)

GER 102 Elementary German II

4 credits

This is the second course in a four-course sequence to develop an understanding and use of the German language in speaking, reading, writing and comprehending. The course is intended for students who have successfully completed GER 101. Students review the grammar, vocabulary, question words and language syntax introduced in GER 101. Further vocabulary, grammar, speaking, reading and writing are developed. Additionally, students continue to learn more of the culture and history of the German speaking world. Reading comprehension, oral discussions, and lab work are stressed. R (3 lecture hours and 2 laboratory hours)

GER 201 Intermediate German I

4 credits

This is the third course in a four-course sequence. This course reviews grammar and vocabulary, conversation and cultural/historic/geographic content. Application of grammar and vocabulary are applied in the study of culture and history of German speaking countries through selected readings and lab work, conversations and discussions based on the readings in the target language. Writing in the target language is also stressed. More advanced grammar topics are introduced. R (3 lecture hours and 2 laboratory hours)

GER 202 Intermediate German II

4 credits

This fourth course in the German language sequence is a continued review of grammar and vocabulary with further development in both areas. Reading, writing, comprehension, and oral practice continue to be stressed through selected reading, other media, class discussions, essays, and translations. Pronunciation and intonation are stressed with a goal of near native to native accuracy. Emphasis is on strong conversation and composition skills utilizing students' appreciation of German culture, traditions, present day movements and history. R (3 lecture hours and 2 laboratory hours)

 

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