Course Offerings Summer Term 2021

For updated course times, please consult the offical course schedule on PeopleSoft.

 

GER 0021 - German Reading 1

Instructor: Dr. Dieter Wältermann

GER 0022 - German Reading 2

Instructor: Dr. Boryana Dobreva

German Reading  1 & 2 will help you build and advance your reading vocabulary, review essential grammatical structures of the German language, and develop strategies to read and understand unedited German texts from various disciplines, including your own field of interest. In addition to vocabulary, grammar, and reading analysis, you will practice translating a range of texts from the original German into English.

German Reading 1 & 2 are offered entirely online, using Canvas, and will consist of a combination of online and off-line activities, participation in online discussions, and individual and peer translation assignments.

Online GER 0021 and 0022 flyer which is linked below this image; Old German texts form the background.

To view the course flyer for GER 0021 and GER 0022, please click here. 

 

GER 0101 – Beginning German 1

MWF 10-10-12:15, Dr. Lukic

This is the first part of our elementary language course sequence. In these proficiency-oriented courses students begin to learn how to communicate in German. The course emphasizes all four skills - speaking, listening, reading, and writing - and introduces students to the culture of the German-speaking countries. Students will be working towards the A1-level of the Common European Framework of Reference. Students should plan to take German 0102 during the following semester.

 

GER 0102 – Beginning German 2

MWF 10-12:15, Dr. Chiasson

This is the second part of our elementary language course sequence. In these proficiency-oriented courses students begin to learn how to communicate in German. The course emphasizes all four skills - speaking, listening, reading, and writing - and introduces students to the culture of the German-speaking countries. Students will be working towards the A2-level of the Common European Framework of Reference. Students should plan to take either German 0103 or German 0203 during the following semester.

Attributes: DSAS Second Language General Ed. Requirement

A german flag, a sun with sunglasses: Want to have Spab this summer? Learn Deutsch!

To view the course flyer for GER 0101 and GER 0102, please click here. 

GER 1502 – Indo-European Folktales

Web Based with Synchronous Sessions, Fridays 10am-12:15pm

Indoeuropean Folktales course flyer with a Red riding hood figure against a blue and cream backdrop.

To view the course flyer for GER 1502, please click here. 

Click here for the GER 1502 course promotional video.