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GER 101, 102 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I, II
4, (4 s.h.)
A functional introduction to the structure of the German language.
The class activity develops the four skills (speaking, listening,
reading, and writing) as well as basic linguistic skills that enable
the student to appreciate the common origins and features of German
and English. Four hours of class and one hour independent laboratory
per week. Prerequisite to 102: 101 or a satisfactory demonstration
of equivalent proficiency. These courses are offered every fall
and spring semester in sequence only.
GER 201, 202 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I, II 3, (3 s.h.)
Readings, videos, and conversational practice provide the student
experience with the contemporary German idiom and culture. Grammar
review and exposure to expressions used in everyday life enable
the student to understand German of moderate difficulty as well
as the customs and features of the Germanspeaking countries. Prerequisite
for 201: 102 or a demonstration of equivalent proficiency. Prerequisite
for 202: 201 or a demonstration of equivalent proficiency. These
courses are offered every fall and spring semester in sequence only.