Summer 2015 Language Courses

Chinese

CHINESE 1101.02 - 0100   Level One Chinese I: Summer Intensive Track
Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system. Summer Intensive Track. Admission to SPEAC is required for registration. Students must complete 4 cr hrs during the first 3.5 weeks of the summer session. Closed to native speakers of this language, or to students with 3 or more years of study in this language in high school.
CHINESE 1102.02 - 0100   Level One Chinese II: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 1101.02.  Summer Intensive Track. Admission to SPEAC is required for registration. Students must complete 4 credits during the second 3.5 weeks of the summer session. Not open to native speakers of this language or to students with 3 or more years of study in this language in high school.
CHINESE 2141.02 - 0100   Intensive Level Two Chinese-Oral: Summer Intensive Track
First course in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on speaking and listening.  Admission to SPEAC is required for registration. Students must comlete 4 credits during first 3.5 weeks fo the summer session. Closed to native speakers of this language, or to students with 3 or more years of study in this language in high school
CHINESE 4142.02 - 0100   Intensive Level Three Chinese-Oral: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 2141.02.  Summer Intensive Track. Admission to SPEAC is required for registration. Students must complete 5 credits during the second 3.5 weeks of the Summer Session.
CHINESE 5101.01 - SA01   Level Four Chinese I: Classroom Track
Level Four Chinese; continuation of 4102, or 4142 and 4152. Classroom Track.  
CHINESE 5102.01 - SA01   Level Four Chinese II: Classroom Track
Level Four Chinese: continuation of 5101.01.
CHINESE 5103 - SA01   Level Five Chinese I
Level five Chinese first semester. Immersion in all four skills using the novel and TV series "Spring Grass" by Qiu Shanshan. Covers 1st half of book and TV series. Focuses on oral narration skills. Chinese only.
CHINESE 5104 - SA01   Level Five Chinese II
Level five Chinese second semester. Completing the novel and TV series "Spring Grass"; focus on written composition skills. Chinese only. Completion of this class (or equivalent) required for taking master's level Chinese language classes.
CHINESE 5798.02 - SA01   Study Tour: Foreign
Specific content, location, semester(s) of offering, and prerequisites vary; contact department office for details. Repeatable for different titled study tours only.
CHINESE 6998 - 0100   Research in Chinese: Project
Research leading to the completion of a project other than a conventional MA thesis.
(Also offered as May Session)
CHINESE 6999 - 0100   Research in Chinese: Thesis
Research leading to the completion of an MA thesis.
(Also offered as May Session)

Japanese

JAPANSE 1101.02 - 0100   Level One Japanese I: Summer Intensive Track
Standard Japanese at the elementary level, with emphasis on knowledge in doing things in Japanese; intro to the writing system. Sum Intensive. Admission to SPEAC program is required, 4 cr hrs during the first 3.5 weeks of the Summer Session.
JAPANSE 1102.02 - 0100   Level One Japanese II: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 1101.01, 1101.02, or 4 credits of 1101.51. Summer Intensive. Admission to SPEAC program is required for registration and complete 4 credits during the second 3.5 weeks of the Summer Session.
JAPANSE 1103.02 - 0100   Level Two Japanese I: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 1102.01, 1102.02, or 4 credits of 1102.51, and expanding oral and written communication. Intensive. Students must complete 4 cr hrs during the first 3.5 weeks of the Summer Session. Not open to native speakers of this language through regular course enrollment or EM credit.
JAPANSE 2102.02 - 0100   Level Two Japanese II: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 1103.01, 1103.02, or 4 credits of 1103.51, expanding oral and written communication. Intensive. Students must register for the course at the beginning of the term and complete 5 cr hrs during the second 3.5 weeks of the term.
JAPANSE 5101.02 - 0100   Level Four Japanese I: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation 4102.01 or 4142/4152; expansion of communicative strategies with increased emphasis on presentational mode of communication. Readings in various genres. Sum. Intensive. Must complete 3 credits during the first 3.5 weeks of the term.
JAPANSE 5102.02 - 0100   Level Four Japanese II: Summer Intensive Track
Continuation of 5101.01 or 5101.02. Sum. Intensive. Students must register for the course at the beginning of the term and complete 3 credits during the second 3.5 weeks of the term.
JAPANSE 5311.51 - 0100   Self-Monitoring Skill Development in Performance-Oriented Language Learning: Individualized
Develop self-monitoring skills as a way to enhance skill learning, especially in the context of intensive language study.

Korean

KOREAN 1101.51 - Level One Korean I: Individualized Instruction
Standard modern Korean: development of listening and speaking skills; basic grammar; reading and writing of the Korean script (hangul). Individualized Track.
KOREAN 1102.51 - 0100   Level One Korean II: Individualized Instruction
Continuation of 1101. Individualized Track. Progress is sequential from one cr hr to the next with a demonstrated proficiency at the level of 80% required for advancement.
KOREAN 1103.51 - 0100   Level Two Korean I: Individualized Track
Modern Korean intermediate level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition. Individualized Track.
KOREAN 2102.51 - 0100   Level Two Korean II: Individualized Track
Continuation of 1103.01/1103.51.
KOREAN 4101.51 - 0100   Level Three Korean I: Individualized Track
Expanding oral and written proficiency in Korean; expansion of vocabulary and knowledge of Chinese characters. Individualized Track. Progress is sequential from one cr hr to the next with a proficiency at the level of 80% required for advancement.
KOREAN 4102.51 - 0100   Level Three Korean II: Individualized Track
Continuation of 4101. Individualized Track. Progress is sequential from one cr hr to the next with a demonstrated proficiency at the level of 80% required for advancement.
 

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