Spring 2011 - Undergraduate Course Descriptions
Description of Course:
This course, the continuation of Beginning German I, expands on the student’s understanding, speaking, reading and writing in German. It is designed to build a firm foundation in the language by focusing on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and speech patterns. The main emphasis will be on classroom interaction, so students are urged to attend class at all times, to be on time, and to be prepared.
1. Moeller, Adolph, Hoecherl-Alden, and Berger. Deutsch heute. Introductory German. (9th ed.) Heinle, Cengage.
2. iLrn Heinle Learning Center (Access code provided with textbook) consisting of: Workbook, Lab Manual, e-book, Video Library, Enrichment, and Diagnostics
Optional Grammar Aid: Zorach and Melin. English Grammar for Students of German
A German Dictionary (strongly recommended)
Course Requirements/Evaluation Criteria:
The prerequisite for this course is the successful completion of German 1311.501 or the equivalent.