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    Jan 16, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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GERM 201 - Intermediate German 1


Number of Credits: 3
Intermediate German 1 is a continuation of GERM-102. It includes review and expansion of the four language skills as well as grammar. Writing and speaking will be improved through composition and class and discussions of cultural/contemporary issues. The course is conducted in German. CLEP (German Level 2) accepted. Prerequisite: GERM-102 or two years of high school German with an Advisor’s approval. GENERAL EDUCATION and DIVERSITY (Summer) Three hours lecture Three credits Three billable hours

Diversity: Meets Diversity Requirement.
GENERAL EDUCATION Category: Arts and Humanities

Pre-requisite(s): GERM 102  or two years of high school German with an Advisor’s approval.
Course Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  1. Use intermediate level structures and vocabulary to communicate about global issues (GE1)
  2. Communicate orally with accuracy to handle uncomplicated tasks related to straightforward situations in German (GE1)
  3. Create grammatically correct questions and short essay -level responses in written and oral forms (GE1)
  4. Respond to a range of short written texts and aural passages that convey information about personal and social topics and contexts (GE1)
  5. Recognize and apply patterns, context clues and structural knowledge of language to predict meaning of unfamiliar words (GE3)
  6. Consistently apply rules of register formality according to situation and audience (GE1)
  7. Identify current issues in locations where German is spoken and the connection of these issues to the world at large (GE8)
  8. Create a plan for continued language learning to support student’s chosen field (GE8)
  9. Integrate knowledge of other disciplines through the study of the German language and the cultures and diverse experiences of its speakers (GE5, GE6)
  10. Locate, evaluate, use and cite research sources when completing written assignments (GE4, GE5)



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