Autumn 2013 Language Courses

Chinese

  • 1101.01 – Level One Chinese I: Classroom Track "U" 4
    Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system.
  • 1101.51 – Level One Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 4
    Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system.
  • 1102.51 – Level One Chinese II: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
    Continuation of 1101.51.
  • 1103.01 – Level Two Chinese I: Classroom Track "U" 4
    Mandarin Chinese second level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition.
  • 1103.51 – Level Two Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
    Mandarin Chinese second level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition.
  • 2141.01 – Intensive Level Two Chinese-Oral: Classroom Track "U" 4
    First course in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on speaking and listening.
  • 2151.01 –Intensive Level Two Chinese-Written: Classroom Track "U" 5
    First in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese.
  • 4101 – Level Three Chinese I Track "U" 5
    Continued study of spoken communication, reading Chinese publications, and development of written composition.
  • 4152.51 – Intensive Third Year Chinese – Written: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Second course in the sequence of intensive Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese.
  • 4194 – Group Studies "U" 3
    Autumn Semester 2013: Conversational Cantonese for Mandarin Speakers.
    Open to graduate and undergraduate students, both advanced learners and native speakers of Mandarin Chinese.
    How to register for the course [pdf].
  • 5101.51 – Level Four Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-3
    Integrated-skill course focusing on reading and composition which requires participation in speaking and lecture comprehension.
  • 5102.51 – Level Four Chinese II: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-3
    Multi-media based study of authentic Chinese texts which trains students to speak, listen, read, and write about how language is used and when it is currently appropriate.
  • 5103 – Level Five Chinese I "U" "G" 3
    Level five Chinese first semester. Immersion in all four skills using the novel and TV series "Spring "G" rassP by Qiu Shanshan. Covers 1st half of book and TV series. Focuses on oral narration skills. Chinese only.
  • 5111 – Classical Chinese I "U" "G" 3
    Analysis of selected texts in classical Chinese from pre-Qin times.

Japanese

  • 1101.01 – Level One Japanese I: Classroom Track "U" 4
    Standard Japanese at the elementary level, with emphasis on building and applying basic language knowledge in doing things in Japanese; exercises in oral interactions and interactions involving text; introduction to the Japanese writing system.
  • 1101.51 – Level One Japanese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
    Standard Japanese at the elementary level, with emphasis on building and applying basic language knowledge in doing things in Japanese; exercises in oral interactions and interactions involving text; introduction to the Japanese writing system.
  • 1102.51 – Level One Japanese II: Individualized "U" 1-4
    Continuation of 1101.51.
  • 1103.01 – Level Two Japanese I: Classroom Track "U" "G" 4
    Continuation of 1102.01, 1102.02, or 4 credits of 1101.51; expanding oral and written communicative strategy building.
  • 1103.51 – Level Two Japanese I: Individualized "U" 1-4
    Continuation of 1102.51.
  • 2141 – Intensive Level Two Japanese–Oral "U" "G" 4
    First course in the sequence of academic-year intensive Japanese courses; organization around a set of videotaped core conversations.
  • 2151– Intensive Level Two Japanese–Written "U" "G" 5
    Second course in the sequence of academic year intensive Japanese courses; organized around reading Japanese and a series of genre-specific samples of Japanese as it is written today.
  • 4101 – Level Three Japanese I "U" "G" 5
    Expansion of strategies for communication through oral and textual media.
  • 5101.01 – Level Four Japanese I: Classroom Track "U" "G" 3
    Continuation of 4102.01 or 4142/4152 with an increasing emphasis on presentation mode of communication.
  • 5103.51 – Level Five Japanese I: Individualized Track "G" 1-3
    Continuation of 5102.01 or 5102.02, with an increasing emphasis on presentation mode of communication.
  • 5111 – Classical Japanese I "U" "G" 3
    Develops familiarity with traditional Japanese and Western grammatical concepts, categories, functions, and reference tools for reading early Japanese, in close reading of selected primary texts and linguistic analysis.
  • 5316 – Japanese Language: Structure, Culture, and Communication II "U" "G" 3
    Continuation of 5315.
  • 5380 – Japanese Linguistics U (#32758) G (#32759) 3
    The aim of this course is twofold. First, the course will expose students to an overview of Japanese language - its history, phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.  The material covered is intended for those interested in Japanese language, linguistics, literature, and pedagogy.  Second, the course will instruct students on argumentation and the steps for writing a research paper.  This will be accomplished primarily by the instructor assisting each student in writing a research paper.

Korean

  • 1101.01 – Level One Korean I: Classroom Track "U" 4
    Standard modern Korean; development of listening and speaking skills; basic grammar; reading and writing of the Korean script ( hangul ).
  • 1101.51 – Level One Korean I: Individualized Instruction "U" 1-4
    Standard modern Korean; development of listening and speaking skills; basic grammar; reading and writing of the Korean script ( hangul ).
  • 1102.03 – Level One Korean II: Bridge2 "U" 3
    Continuation of 1101. Bridge course for students transitioning from the quarter to semester system.
  • 1102.05 – Level One Korean II: Bridge "U" 5
    Continuation of 101. Bridge course for students transitioning from the quarter to semester system.
  • 1102.51 – Level One Korean II: Individualized Instruction "U" 1-4
    Continuation of 1101.
  • 1103.01 – Level Three Korean I: Classroom Track "U" 4
    Modern Korean intermediate level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition.
  • 1103.51 – Level Three Korean I: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
    Modern Korean intermediate level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition.
  • 2102.51 – Level Two Korean II: Individualized Track "U" 5
    Continuation of 1103.01/1103.51.
  • 4101.01 – Level Three Korean I: Classroom Track "U" 5
    Expanding oral and written proficiency in Korean; expansion of vocabulary and knowledge of Chinese characters.
  • 4101.51 – Level Three Korean I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Expanding oral and written proficiency in Korean; expansion of vocabulary and knowledge of Chinese characters.
  • 4102.51 – Level Three Korean II: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 4101.51.
  • 5101 – Level Four Korean "U" 3
    Level Four Korean; development of integrated language skills at an advanced level, formal and informal communication, and discussion of contemporary social issues.

Uzbek

  • 1101 – Elementary Uzbek I U 4
    Introduction to Uzbek language; development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
  • 1103 – Intermediate Uzbek I U 4
    Continued study of Uzbek language, with appropiate cultural background; further development of listening, reading, speaking and writing skills.
  • 2101 – Intermediate Uzbek II U 3
    Extensive reading from literary texts, with practice in conversation and composition.

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