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|Title: ||GERM 201-01, Intermediate German, Fall 2007|
|Authors: ||Maurer, Karl-Heinz|
|Date Issued: ||5-Sep-2008|
|Abstract: ||Willkommen in Deutsch 201! Ich hoffe, dass Sie alle einen schőnen Sommer gehabt haben, und ich wűnsche Ihnen ein gutes Semester!
Our goal in German 201 will be to use the language skills you have already acquired to learn about German history and culture; to enhance your skills in the areas of speaking, listening comprehension, writing, and reading; and to introduce additional grammar structures and vocabulary.
We will work with a textbook and exercise book (Anders gedacht), but there will be additional readings, especially on German history from 1871, the year when a unified German nation state emerged from the numerous German states, to the present. We will also work with a German tv series titled Heimat (home or homeland). You will watch segments of the series on a weekly basis. Average length of the segments is 30 minutes, but you should schedule some more time for viewing, since there are questions for you to answer. The series is available on DVD at the Media Reserve in Barrett Library. In addition, you will work in a group on a video project.
You will also write five short essays of 200 words each. After receiving your first submitted version of the essay back from the instructor, you need to submit a rewrite. Each essays final grade will be comprised in equal parts of the grade for the first version submitted and the grade of the final version.|
|Description: ||This syllabus was submitted to the Rhodes College Office of Academic Affairs by the course instructor.|
|Appears in Collections:||German. Syllabi.|
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