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Course Descriptions for the English Studies & Communications Skills Department

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List of all courses and their descriptions
List of all courses, their descriptions and offerings in the schedule book

ARBC1010 - Elem Mod Standrd/Colloq Arabic
Fall 2014

This course is a course designed for students who have no previous background in Arabic. Upon completion of the course, students will earn 3 credit hours, learn the Arabic alphabet, and gain sufficient functional proficiency in spoke Arabic to be able to live in an Arabic speaking country, to explore the landmarks and interact with its people without need for a translator. In addition, the course will provide the basis for reading street signs, newspapers, and other common forms of written communication.
3 Credits

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CHIN1010 - Elementary Modern Chinese
Fall 2014

This course is designed for non-native speakers of Chinese with no Chinese language skills. The course focuses on the fundamentals of Chinese pronunciation, the Pinyin system of writing, and the basics of writing Chinese characters. This course not only provides students with Chinese speaking and listening skills, but also practical writing and reading skills in Chinese.
3 Credits


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CHIN1020 - Elementary Modern Chinese II
Fall 2014

This course is designed for students who are beginners of learning Chinese language and focused on the four modes of communication: reading, listening, speaking and writing and the standards for foreign languages (five Cs): Communication, Cultures, Connectins, Comparisons and Communities.
Prerequsite: CHIN1010
3 Credits


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FREN1010 - French Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This combines video, audio, and print to teach French in the context of French-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in French as they are exposed to French culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with French, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in French. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
3 Credits


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FREN1020 - French Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach French in the context of French-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in French as they are exposed to French culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with French, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in French. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: FREN1010 (FL201)
3 Credits


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FREN3010 - French Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach French in the context of French-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in French as they are exposed to French culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with French, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in French. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: FREN1020 (FL202)
3 Credits


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FREN3020 - French Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach French in the context of French-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in French as they are exposed to French culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with French, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in French. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: FREN3010 (FL301)
3 Credits


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GRMN1010 - German Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach German in the context of German-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in German as they are exposed to German culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with German, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in German. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
3 Credits


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GRMN1020 - German Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach German in the context of German-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in German as they are exposed to German culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with German, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in German. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: GRMN1020 (FL221)
3 Credits


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GRMN3010 - German Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach German in the context of German-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in German as they are exposed to German culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with German, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in German. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: GRMN1020 (FL222)
3 Credits


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GRMN3020 - German Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach German in the context of German-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in German as they are exposed to German culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with German, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in German. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: GRMN3010 (FL321)
3 Credits


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SPAN1010 - Spanish Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach Spanish in the context of Spanish-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in Spanish as they are exposed to Spanish culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with Spanish, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in Spanish. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
3 Credits


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SPAN1010-A Spanish Language and Culture
22 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M W
Add  Add to Planner     Location: Moon Room: Hale Center 102
    Time: 04:40-05:55 pm Instructor: Mcveagh
    Session: 1 (08/25 - 12/13/14) Term: Fall 2014
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SPAN1020 - Spanish Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach Spanish in the context of Spanish-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in Spanish as they are exposed to Spanish culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with Spanish, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in Spanish. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: SPAN1010
3 Credits


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SPAN3010 - Spanish Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach Spanish in the context of Spanish-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in Spanish as they are exposed to Spanish culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with Spanish, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in Spanish. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: SPAN1020 (FL212)
3 Credits


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SPAN3020 - Spanish Language and Culture
Fall 2014

This course combines video, audio, and print to teach Spanish in the context of Spanish-speaking cultures. The courses are based on an innovative method that allows students to develop basic oral and written proficiency in Spanish as they are exposed to Spanish culture. Emphasizing grammatical principles, vocabulary, and oral expression at a level appropriate to students' prior study of or experience with Spanish, these courses cover elementary, intermediate, and advanced levels and enable students to begin or to enhance their proficiency in Spanish. Each of these courses uses extensive telecourse materials and may be available on an independent basis.
Prerequisite: SPAN3010 (FL311)
3 Credits


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