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82-221 Intermediate German I

Department:Modern Languages
Prerequisites:82-122 or 82-123
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The overall goal of Intermediate German I is to further develop your linguistic and cultural knowledge, allowing you to feel more comfortable as a user of German. By the end of the semester, you should be able to: . use and understand German in everyday situations. . communicate effectively in general areas and in individual areas of interest. . understand general cultural perspectives in contemporary Germany. . read and understand authentic materials from German-speaking countries. A balance of activities will help the development of all four skills and of cultural knowledge, and assessment of progress will occur across skills throughout the semester. This is a content-based course, best titled "Der Auenseiter in der deutschen Kultur." We will look at various examples of "outsiders" in German-speaking countries, and compare and contrast their home culture with the culture of German-speaking countries. We'll be using listening activities for intermediate students and reading children's book written for native speakers. These materials include authentic and up-to-date language and cultural information. You will also complete cultural activities using materials from the web. Taught in German. Prerequisite: 122 or 123 (part 2) or approved equivalent.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 10:30 - 11:20 am M Hallstein BH A54 Add course to my schedule
W Hallstein BH A54
F Hallstein BH A54

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