Aug 12, 2022
GERM 2030 - Second Year German I
This course further develops listening and speaking skills. Increased emphasis is placed on reading and writing skills. This course is intended to serve as a review and expansion of the basic structure of German commonly taught at the introductory level, while providing ample opportunities for students to build vocabulary, communication, and writing skills.
GERM 1020 First Year German II with a final grade of “C” or better or adequate score on CLEP exam or instructor consent based on previous language experience.
Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of GERM 2030 Second Year German I, the student will:
- Compare private and public life in German-speaking countries.
- Examine everyday life and family.
- Explain course of studies at universities.
- Distinguish events during vacations.
- Outline directions.
- Explore beliefs and opinions about environmental issues.
- Develop instructions.
- Discuss the use of technology.
- Manage car problems.
- Prescribe advice to others.
- Relate political issues.
- Prioritize household chores.
- Analyze cultural stereotypes encountered in oral and written texts.
- Recognize the reflections of practices, products, and/or perspectives of the target culture in oral and written texts.
General Education Requirement: Foreign Language
Instructional Method Lecture
Contact Hours: 4 hours/week
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