2016 Summer courselist


Summer 4-week course:
 

German 2798.02 • Berlin, Then and Now: People, Places, and Experiences

Taleghani-Nikazm | 3 credit units | May 11 - June 6, 2016 *exact dates of Study Abroad to be confirmed

Students will explore and experience the cosmopolitan and increasingly diverse Berlin by learning about some of the most influential or memorable persons who live or have lived in the city–from its establishment as a capital of the Prussian Kingdom in the 18th century to its present role as capital of a reunified, democratic Germany and a center of European and global politics and culture. GE education abroad and global studies (International Issues successors) course.
* Open only to students who are admitted to participate in the "Berlin, Then and Now: People, Places, and Experiences" Study Abroad Program.


Summer courses: 
 

German 1101.51 • 1102.51 • 1103.51  Self-paced Individualized

GE Foreign Language course
each course is 4 credit units | Summer 2016 (May 11 - Jul 29)


German 1101.01 • German I

Burnett | 4 credit units | Summer 2016 (May 11 - Jul 29)

GE Foreign Language course
Introduction to language and culture of the German-speaking world, with emphasis placed on the acquisition of basic communication skills in cultural context. CEFR Levels A1/A2. Not open to native speakers of this language through regular course enrollment or EM credits, or to students with 2 or more years of study in this language in high school, except by permission of dept.
Prereq: This course is available for EM credit. GE lang course. FL Admis Cond course.
Text: ISBN 978-3-468-96993-5  Berliner Platz 1 Neu: German for Beginners: Student Pack PLUS, English Edition


German 1102.01 • German II

Oduro-Opuni | 4 credit units | Summer 2016 (May 11 - Jul 29)

GE Foreign Language course
Continued development of German-language skills and cultural knowledge for effective communication. Emphasis on more advanced language structures, sustained interactions, reading and writing. CEFR Levels A2/B1. Not open to native speakers of this language.
Prereq: 1101.01, or 4 sem cr hrs of 1101.51.
Texts: ISBN 978-3-468-96993-5  Berliner Platz 1 Neu: German for Beginners: Student Pack PLUS, English Edition; ISBN 978-3-468-96994-2  Berliner Platz 2 Neu: Deutsch im Alltag: Student Pack PLUS; and ISBN 978-0-934034-38-8  English Grammar for Students of German*, fifth edition.


German 1103.01 • German III

Mueller | 4 credit units | Summer 2016 (May 11 - Jul 29)

GE Foreign Language course
Development of skills for independent use of German. Discussions, presentations, writing, & listening/viewing activities that address topics of contemporary German-speaking world. CEFR Level B1. Not open to native speakers of this language through regular course enrollment or EM credit.
Prereq: 1102.01, or 4 sem cr hrs of 1102.51, or 1266.
Texts: ISBN 978-3-468-96994-2  Berliner Platz 2 Neu: Deutsch im Alltag: Student Pack PLUS and ISBN 978-0-934034-38-8  English Grammar for Students of German, fifth edition.


German 2352 • Development of Contemporary Germany: Dresden Yesterday and Today

Spencer | 3 credit units | Summer 2016 (June 7 - July 29, 2016) *exact dates of Study Abroad to be confirmed

Introduction to German life and culture, past and present, including the new federal states; taught within summer study abroad program with students experiencing German culture first hand.
Prereq: 1102 or 1102.51. Not open to students with credit for 275. GE cultures and ideas and diversity global studies course. FL Admis Cond course.
* Open only to students who participate in the German Language in Dresden Summer Study Abroad Program.  Admitted students who have completed 1102 prior to departure are required to register for 1103 (4 credits), 2352 (3 credits of GE) and 2798 (3 credits), for a total of 10 credits during the Summer session. Admitted students who have completed 1103 prior departure are required to register for German 2101 (3 credits), 2352 (3 credits of GE) and 2798 (3 credits), for a total of 9 credits during the Summer session.
All credits taken in Dresden can be used towards the German major or minor.


German 6101 • Basic German for Graduate Students

Martin | 3 credit units | MWF 9:50am-11:25am / Summer 2016 (June 7 - July 29)

The fundamentals of German grammar, as required for the reading of German texts in the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for 571. No audit. Credit does not apply to the minimum hours required for the master's or doctoral degrees.
Text: Jannach's German for Reading Knowledge (6th), isbn 1413033490

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