Spring 2014 Language Courses

Chinese

1101.51 – Level One Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 4
Mandarin Chinese spoken communication and writing system. 
1102.01 – Level One Chinese II: Classroom Track “U” 4
Continuation of 1101.01.
1102.51 – Level One Chinese II: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
Continuation of 1101.51. 
1103.51 – Level Two Chinese I: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
Mandarin Chinese second level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition. 
2102 – Level Two Chinese II: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 1103. 
2151.51 –Intensive Level Two Chinese – Written:  Individualized  Track "U" 1-5
First in the sequence of intensive intermediate Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese. 
4102 – Level Three Chinese II Track "U" 5
Continuation of 4101. 
4142.01 – Intensive Level Three Chinese – Oral: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 2141.01.
4152.01 – Intensive Level Three Chinese – Written: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 2151.01.
4152.51 – Intensive Level Three Chinese – Written: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
Second course in the sequence of intensive Chinese language courses focusing on written Chinese. 
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. 
5104 – Level Five Chinese II "U" "G" 3
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. 
5490 – Chinese Translation Workshop "U" "G" 1-4
Investigation of problems and techniques of translating Chinese into English.
 6998 – Research in Chinese: Project "G" 1-3
Research leading to the completion of a project other than a conventional MA thesis.
 6999 – Research in Chinese: Thesis "G" 1-3
Research leading to the completion of an MA thesis.
 7615 – Chinese Perspectives on China's Civilization "G" 3
Level seven Chinese. Mainstream Chinese perspectives on major issues in Chinese civilization. Commonly recognized ways to presenting viewpoints and arguments on relevant topics. Chinese only.
 7650 – Negotiating in Chinese Culture "G" 3
Level Seven Chinese. Chinese in spontaneous professional discourse, emphasizing oral presentation based on readings in Chinese business practices and professional negotiation.
 7670 – Literary Language in Modern Mandarin "G" 3
Level seven Chinese. Use of literary Chinese in modern speech and writing. Chinese only.
 7672.51 – Domain Research and Presentation of a Project "G" 5
Level six Chinese. Individualize research with mentor. Development of research project. Chinese only.
 

Japanese 

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. 
1102.01 – Level One Japanese II: Classroom Track “U” 4
Continuation of 1101.01.
1102.51 – Level One Japanese II: Individualized "U" 1-4
Continuation of 1101.51. 
1103.51 – Level Two Japanese I: Individualized "U" 1-4
Continuation of 1102.51. 
2102.01 – Level Two Japanese II: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 1103.01, 1103.02, or 4 credits of 1103.51. Expanding oral and written communication strategies. Students must complete 5 units during the semester.
4102 – Level Three Japanese II "U" "G" 5
Continuation of 4101; supplementary readings in short stories and standard reference works.
4142 – Intensive Level Three Japanese – Oral “U” “G” 5
Third course in the sequence of academic-year intermediate intensive Japanese courses; organized around a set of videotaped core conversations.
4152 – Intensive Level Three Japanese – Written “U” “G” 5
Fourth course in the sequence of academic-year intensive Japanese courses; organized around reading a set of genre-specific samples of Japanese as it is written today; integrated with 4142 in structure and vocabulary.
5102.01 – Level Four Japanese II: Classroom Track "U" "G" 3
Continuation of 5101.01 or 5101.02. Students must complete 3 units during the semester.
5104.51 – Level Five Japanese II: Individualized Track "G" 1-3
Continuation of 5103.51. Individualized. Students must complete from 1 to 3 units during the semester.

 

Korean

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 ). 
1102.01 – Level One Korean II: Classroom Track "U" 4
Continuation of 1101. Classroom Track.. 
1102.51 – Level One Korean II: Individualized Instruction "U" 1-4
Continuation of 1101. 
1103.51 – Level Three Korean I: Individualized Track "U" 1-4
Modern Korean intermediate level spoken communication, development of reading skills, and written composition. 
2102.01 – Level Two Korean II: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 1103.01.
2102.51 – Level Two Korean II: Individualized Track "U" 5
Continuation of 1103. 
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. 
4102.01 – Level Three Korean II: Classroom Track “U” 5
Continuation of 4101. Classroom Track.
4102.51 – Level Three Korean II: Individualized Track "U" 1-5
Continuation of 4101.51. 
5102 – Level Four Korean II "U" 3
Continuation of 5101.

 

Uzbek

1102 – Elementary Uzbek II U 4
Introduction to Uzbek language; 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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