Designed for students with no previous experience in the language. Focuses on communicative skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes high frequency vocabulary, basic constructions, common phrases, and cultural aspects. Also stresses student participation in skills development. GER 111 is strongly recommended for oral fluency especially for students transferring to four-year institutions. Three class hours. (SUNY-FL)
Intensive participation in the spoken language to develop and improve oral fluency in conversation, especially for students transferring to four-year institutions. Two class hours. Co-requisite: GER 101, or some previous study of German.
This course is designed to provide the opportunity to see and experience the richness of a German-speaking country through the unique experience of travel. The core part of this course will be a stay in the country, with visits to the main cities and cultural centers. Class meetings prior to the trip will focus on topics that will help the student prepare for the experience, and meetings after the trip will provide a time for debriefing, reporting, evaluation and assimilation. The student is expected to complete ten tasks during his/her stay, make an oral presentation, and prepare a portfolio of the trip. This portfolio can be a personal journal, photo display, video recording, or a combination thereof. Three class hours; a total of 35 experiential hours. Offered Intersession, Spring and Summer Semesters.