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Prerequisites: GERM 1001; may not be taken out of sequence after passing GERM 1003 or 1004; may not be taken for credit after passing any 2000-level or above course taught in German, or three or more years of high school German.
Grading Basis: Graded
Further development of interpersonal, interpretive and presentational communicative skills on a variety of topics. Applying linguistic skills as well as intercultural competence in projects.
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|1223 8314 1 001||Spring 2022||Storrs||In Person||Calabrese, Alec
|1223 8315 1 001D||Spring 2022||Storrs||In Person||Calabrese, Alec
|1223 3690 1 002||Spring 2022||Storrs||In Person||Hofstede, Danique
|1223 7467 1 002D||Spring 2022||Storrs||In Person||Hofstede, Danique
|1225 1892 AS2 80||Summer 2022||Storrs||Online||Li, Juntao
|80||AS2||No Room Required - Online||1/20||In this 100% online German course students further develop communicative as well as intercultural competence in German. Being able to engage in dialogue with people from different backgrounds is becoming increasingly important. With the same textbook and a similar structure as in Germ 1001, this course further provides the tools for students to develop the knowledge and skills to communicate, investigate a variety of topics related to everyday life in German speaking countries, and collaboratively solve problems in German. Students will interact with each other and with speakers of German in the UConn community and beyond. Students will also interpret written, spoken and visual information and present what they learned to each other and to the wider community. As a culminating intercultural citizenship project, students will apply their German language skills and their intercultural competence to address a problem of their choice. This German course is intended for students who have finished Germ 1001 at UConn or have previous German knowledge. Course material will be presented at the introductory level 2; the class is designed for students with diverse academic backgrounds. Students can kindly contact firstname.lastname@example.org if they have learned German outside of UConn in order to make sure that this course matches their level at best, and ask for a permission number for the enrollment. Formerly offered as GERM 1162.|
|1228 10404 1 001||Fall 2022||Storrs||In Person||Wagner, Manuela||001||Reg||MoWeFr 1:25pm‑2:15pm
|1228 10405 1 001D||Fall 2022||Storrs||In Person||Wagner, Manuela||001D||Reg||Mo 2:30pm‑3:20pm