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In this course students will further develop their German language skills, by discussing a variety of cultural topics and themes in the German-speaking world. Through extensive work on expanding vocabulary, reviewing major grammar topics, conversation and composition exercises, students will strengthen their language skills and develop cultural competency.The course focuses on real communication in meaningful contexts and aims to develop and consolidate students’ speaking, listening, reading and writing abilities at the intermediate level.
Using a variety of media, such as texts, video and audio, students will explore various themes and cultural topics in the German-speaking world.
Students will have the opportunity to practice and improve their spoken and written German skills through in-class activities and homework assignments. The use of easy readers in the target language will also help to enhance reading comprehension.
The course is taught in German. Active and dedicated participation including homework is expected.
Format: seminar; This language course is remote with a mix of synchronous and asynchronous class sessions
Grading: yes pass/fail option,
yes fifth course option
active class participation, midterm and final exams, quizzes, essays, homework
GERM 102 or equivalent