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GER2010 Syllabus - Deutsch 2010-100 TR 10:00-11:40 a.m...

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Deutsch 2010-100 Instructor: Anne-Françoise Le Lostec TR 10:00-11:40 a.m E-mail: [email protected] Brown Hall 03002 Büro /office: 419 Sprau Herbstsemester 2010 Telefon /Office phone: 387-3010 Sprechstunden /Office hours: Dienstags und donnerstags: 4:00-4:50 und nach Vereinbachung. Required Texts: Langenscheidt/Aspekte : Lehrbuch 1 ohne DVD (whithout DVD) Langenscheidt/Aspekte / : Arbeitsbuch 1 Thomson and Heinle /Grammatik : German in Review (Sparks and Van Horn Vail) Strongly recommended: German/English dictionary ( Pons , Webster’s New World German Dictionary , Concise Edition) A. Objectives Intermediate 2 will be a continuation of the work started in Intermediate 1. We will continue to review some of the basic structures of the German language and to develop your reading, listening, speaking, and writing abilities. The syllabus is topic-oriented and deals with contemporary German culture and society. Authentic texts from a variety of media will provide the basis for discussion and cultural awareness. B. Attendance: The basis for success in any language class is regular and active attendance, and especially so in a class that meets only twice a week. Because acquiring and strengthening a second language requires constant, regular practice, attendance is mandatory and will count for a significant portion of your grade. More than 3 unexcused absences will result in a drop of at least one grade level on your final grade . If you must miss a class due to illness or other viable reason, e-mail your instructor about this before class if possible. Taking advantage of the opportunities outside of class to speak German will count towards making up unexcused absences (German Film Series, German Table, etc.). Attendance alone will not guarantee a good grade. C. Participation: Class attendance should not be confused with participation. Participation means being involved in classroom activities. It does not mean always having the correct answer but trying your best. You are expected to come prepared for class and to be attentive and responsive to your instructor and peers. In other words, your class participation should have a positive and productive influence on class dynamics.
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