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Emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar, Hiragana and Katakana characters, and about 80 Kanji characters. All lessons include Japanese culture notes. Course also includes conversation sessions and character recognition and pronunciation exercise sessions on computers.

Pronunciation, grammar, particles, basic sentence construction and sentence patterns. Reading and writing in Hangul, the national writing system.

Develops all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Introduces the phonetic system and the Vietnamese script. Fifteen dialogues contain situation-based conversations which introduce basic vocabulary and grammar. Each lesson contains several culture notes about the country and its customs.

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of speaking, listening, reading and writing in modern Mandarin Chinese.  Come practice basic conversation, learn how to write Chinese characters and begin to read Chinese.  Classroom work includes dialogue practice and performance of Chinese songs and skits. 

A continuation of Elementary Vietnamese. Develops all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Introduces the phonetic system and the Vietnamese script. Another fifteen dialogues contain situation-based conversations which introduce basic vocabulary and grammar. Each lesson contains several culture notes about the country and its customs.

As a continuation of Elementary Korean I, this course focuses on pronunciation, grammar, particles, basic sentence construction and sentence patterns. Reading and writing in Hangul, the national writing system.

A continuation of Elementary Chinese I.

Equal emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar and 120 Kanji characters. Lessons include Japanese culture notes as well. The course also includes conversation sessions and character recognition and pronunciation exercise sessions on computers.

Development of fundamentals of Chinese speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Emphasis will be placed on gaining basic linguistic competence in order to travel and study in a Chinese- speaking setting.

Understanding Chinese culture through exploring common situational dialogues in Chinese.

Fundamentals of the Swahili language and culture. Emphasis on grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, and conversational skills. Additional laboratory work required.

Foundation in spoken and written Yoruba. Focus on oral and aural skills, basic grammar. Additional laboratory work required. Introduction to Yoruban culture.

A continuation of Elementary Swahili I. Emphasis on register variation, advanced grammar, and culture.

A continuation of Elementary Yoruba I. Increased focus on grammar and culture, reading and conversation.

Japanese language course with focus on reading, writing, speaking, and understanding Japanese for students beyond the beginning level.

Equal emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar and about 140 Kanji characters. All lessons include Japanese culture notes as well. The course also includes character recognition and pronunciation exercise sessions on computers.

Intermediate grammar, reading, conversation, and composition.

Pronunciation, grammar, particles, sentence construction, and sentence patterns. Declarative, interrogative, propositive, and imperative speech styles. Reading and writing in Hangul, the national writing system.

Conversational fluency, orthography, and grammar.

A continuation of Intermediate Vietnamese. Further develops conversational fluency, understanding of orthography, vocabulary, grammar, and culture.

Equal emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students will learn grammar and about 160 Kanji characters. All lessons include Japanese culture notes as well. The course also includes character recognition and pronunciation exercise sessions on computers.

As a continuation of Intermediate Korean I, this course focuses on pronunciation, grammar, particles, sentence construction, and sentence patterns. Declarative, interrogative, propositive, and imperative speech styles. Reading and writing in Hangul, the national writing system.

A continuation of Intermediate Chinese I.

Introduction to complex linguistic and cultural structures, role of culture in language learning, reading and writing of literary texts, social history of the language.

Focus on developing fluency in spoken and written Yoruba. Oral work geared towards building effective communication in day-to-day situations and functional tasks. Readings in authentic Yoruban texts of increasing complexity. Advanced cultural discussion.

Practice in Mandarin Chinese conversation, reading, and writing skills.

Concepts integrating literature and the fine arts through lectures, seminars, individual research or projects, and writing.

Fundamentals of Chinese language and culture.

Concepts integrating literature and the fine arts through lectures, seminars, individual research or projects, and writing.

A continuation of Intermediate Yoruba I. Introduction to additional literary texts, including poetry, newspapers, magazines.

A continuation of Intermediate Swahili I. Introduction to literary texts, poetry, newspapers and magazines, and everyday language use.

The history, physical environment (landforms, vegetation, and climate), and sociocultural environment (artistic, political, and social development) of Africa.

World literature from antiquity to the seventeenth century.

Western World Literature from Homer to the seventeenth century.

World literature from the seventeenth century to the present. WORLD LITERATURE 1 IS NOT A PREREQUISITE.

Western World Literature from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. No prerequisite

Western World Literature from Homer to the twentieth century.

Western world literature from the seventeenth century to the twenty-first century.

World literature from antiquity to the seventeenth century.

Works of literature by Asian-American writers, including works written in English and translations of works originally written in Asian languages.

Works of literature by Asian-American writers, including works written in English and translation of works originally written in Asian languages.

A comparative study of ethnic literatures in the United States, including African-American, Arabic-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Jewish-American, and Native-American literatures.

A comparative study of ethnic literatures in the United States, including African-American, Arabic-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Jewish-American, and Native-American literatures.

Multicultural literature of the world-wide dispersion of Africans and people of African descent based on select representative works of African-American, African-Caribbean, and African literature.

The literature of the world-wide dispersion of Africans and people of African descent based on selected representative works of African-American, African-Caribbean, and African literature.

Issues of immediate interest to future doctors and psychologists and to anyone concerned with the role of medicine in modern life: empathy, illness, suffering, death, dialogue, relationships, and the power of the human story. The medium is literature and art, but the aim is interdisciplinary: a way to reinsert humanist understanding into a primarily scientific worldview.

The major literary works of ancient India up to the medieval period.

This course focuses on building an advanced-level vocabulary and grammar knowledge in Korean for a variety of verbal and written communications.

A continuation of Advanced Vietnamese I.

As a continuation of Advanced Korean I, this course focuses on building an advanced-level vocabulary and grammar knowledge in Korean for a variety of verbal and written communications.

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