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GERM 515
Reading German for Beginners Fall 2020
Division I

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German 515 is a beginning course for students whose principal reason for acquiring German is to work with written materials. It is particularly appropriate for students for whom the ability to read primary and secondary texts in German can be crucial. The focus of the course is on German for art history and criticism. Students will learn the key elements of grammar and acquire a core vocabulary. They will also practice reading and translating a variety of short texts.
The Class: Format: seminar; Remote
Limit: 20
Expected: 12
Class#: 2090
Grading: pass/fail option only
Requirements/Evaluation: regular participation, homework
Prerequisites: none
Enrollment Preferences: although this course is designed to serve the needs of students enrolled in the Graduate Program in the History of Art, undergraduates may enroll with permission of the instructor
Distributions: Division I

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