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21F.402/452: German II

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Expansion of basic communication skills and further development of linguistic competency. Review and completion of basic grammar, building of vocabulary, and practice in writing short essays. Reading of short literary texts. Exposure to history and culture of German-speaking countries through audio, video, and Web materials. For graduate credit see 21F.452. Meets with 21F.472 when offered concurrently. Limited to 18 per section. Students who are enrolled in 21F.076J Globalization should register for 21F.472. Prereq: 21F.401, 21F.471, or permission of instructor. Coreq for 21F.472: 21F.076J.

Prereqs:  21F.401, 21F.471, or permission of instructor



Regular Semester Sections: Enrollment limited to 18 for pedagogical reasons. Preference will be given to pre-registered students, including pre-registered undergraduates who were cut from the same class the previous semester due to the enrollment cap. Please note that you have to attend the first day of class to maintain your preference level. In case of overenrollment, preference will be given in the following order: declared majors, declared minors, declared concentrators, continuing students, pre-registered students of 21F.076J, sophomores, juniors, freshmen, seniors and graduate students.

IAP Sections: Limited enrollment to 25. Preference given to freshmen, sophomores, and declared concentrators in German. No listeners.

Units: 4-0-8(U); 5-0-4(G)

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Spring 2014

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 J. DeMair MTRF 9-10 16-654
2 J. DeMair MTRF 4-5 16-644

 

 

IAP 2014

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 D. Jaeger MTWRF 10:30-1:30 14N-225

 

 

Fall 2013

Section No. Instructor Days Time Room
1 D. Jaeger MTRF 1-2 16-644

 

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