Winter 2012 Language Courses

Chinese

  • 101.51 – Level One Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system.
  • 102.01 – Level One Chinese II "U" 5
    Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system.
  • 102.51 – Level One Chinese II: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 101.
  • 103.51 – Level One Chinese III: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 102.
  • 104.51 – Level Two Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Mandarin Chinese intermediate level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition.
  • 205 – Level Two Chinese II "U" 5
    Continuation o f104.
  • 211.51 – Intensive Second Level Chinese I, Written: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    First course in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese.
  • 310 – Intensive Second Level Chinese II, Oral "U" 5
    Series of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on speaking and listening.
  • 311.01 – Intensive Second Level Chinese II, Written "U" 5
    Second course in the sequence of intensive Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese.
  • 311.51 – Intensive Second Level Chinese II, Written: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Individualized version of 311.01.
  • 511.51 – Intensive Third Level Chinese III, Written: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-5
    Third course in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese.
  • 602 – Classical Chinese II "U" 5
    Continuation o f601.
  • 610.51 – Fourth Level Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" "G" 5
    Level Four Chinese; continuation of 510 and 511.
  • 611.51 – Fourth Level Chinese II: Individualized Track "U" "G" 5
    Level Four Chinese; continuation of 610.
  • 612.51 – Fourth Level Chinese III: Individualized Track "U" "G" 5
    Continuation of 611.51.
  • 752 – Selected Readings in Scholarly Chinese Texts II "U" "G" 3
    Continuation of 751.
  • 755 – Language in China "U" "G" 5
    Language issues in China, including language variation, writing systems, minority languages, and Chinese language issues in the information age; taught in Chinese.
  • 770 – Literary Language in Modern Chinese "U" "G" 5
    Employment of literary language in spoken discourse among Chinese professionals – unscripted spoken discussions on topics in related domains such a business, education, and government.
  • 772.51 – Research and Presentation in a Domain "U" "G" 1-5
    Study of major categories of resources for student's chosen domain (II). Research and present a research topic that addresses a general or characteristic issue in chosen domain.

Japanese

  • 101.51 – Level One Japanese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Elements of standard colloquial Japanese grammar, with intensive oral and written exercises; introduction to the Japanese writing system (hiragana, katakana, and kanji).
  • 102.01 – Level One Japanese II "U" 5
    Continuation of 101.
  • 102.51 – Level One Japanese II: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 101
  • 103.51 – Level One Japanese III: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 102.
  • 104.51 – Level Two Japanese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 103, with supplementary reading of selected graded texts.
  • 205.01 – Level Two Japanese II "U" 5
    Continuation of 104, with a shift in emphasis from the spoken to the written language; reading of selected graded texts, writing, and composition.
  • 310 – Intensive Level Two-Three Japanese I, Spoken "U" 5
    Third course in the sequence of intensive intermediate Japanese courses; organized around a set of videotaped core conversations.
  • 311 – Intensive Level Two-Three Japanese II, Written "U" 5
    Fourth course in the sequence of intensive Japanese courses; organized around a set of genre-specific samples of Japanese as it is written today and integrated with 310 in structure and vocabulary.
  • 508 – Level Three Japanese II "U" "G" 5
    Continuation of 507; supplementary readings in short stories and standard reference works.
  • 602 – Classical Japanese Continued, Linguistic Focus "U" "G" 5
    Continuation of 601.
  • 611.01 –Level Four Japanese II "U" "G" 5
    Continuation o f610.02
  • 711.51 – Level Five Japanese II: Individualized Track "G" 1-5
    Continuation of 710.

Korean

  • 101.51 – Level One Korean I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Standard modern Korean: development of listening, speaking skills; basica grammar; reading and writing of the Korean script (hangul).
  • 102.01 – Level One Korean II "U" 5
    Continuation of 101.
  • 102.51 – Level One Korean II: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Individualized version of 102.
  • 103.51 – Level One Korean III: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation of 102.
  • 104.51 – Level Two Korean I: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
    Continuation o f103, with supplementary reading of selected graded texts.
  • 205 – Level Two Korean II "U" 5
    Continuation of 104; designed to provide further acquisition of language skills in speaking, aural comprehension, reading, and writing.
  • 507.51 – Level Three Korean I: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-5
    Expanding oral and written proficiency in Korean; expansion of vocabulary and knowledge of Chinese characters
  • 508.01 – Level Three Korean II "U" "G" 5
    Continuation of 507.
  • 508.51 –Level Three Korean II: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-5
    Continuation of 507.
  • 509.51 –Level Three Korean III: Individualized Track "U" "G" 1-5
    Continuation of 508.
  • 611 – Level Four Korean II "U" "G" 1-5
    Continuation of Korean 610, this course is designed for advanced-level learners of Korean. By reading short essays and watching films, this course aims to improve students' proficiency in speaking, writing, listening, and reading.

Tibetan

  • 102 – Modern/Colloquial Tibetan, Introductory II
    Continued study of Tibetan language, with appropriate cultural background; further development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.

"U" zbek

  • 102 – Elementary "U" zbek II "U" 5
    Continued study of "U" zbek language, with appropriate cultural background; further development of listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.
  • 201 – Intermediate "U" zbek II "U" 5
    Extensive reading from literary texts, with practice in conversation and composition.
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