Professor: Dr. Monika Holzschuh Sator
Office: KIN 411
GRMN 202* is a one-term intermediate German language and culture course, intended for students who have a basic-intermediate knowledge of the language (GRMN 101*/102* and GRMN 201*, or equivalent).
The course reviews and builds upon material covered in GRMN 101*/102* and GRMN 201*, with the goal of enhancing basic communication skills in speaking, reading, writing and listening, increasing students' ability to function in German increasing students' understanding and appreciation of German culture, opening new avenues of thought, experiences, and perspectives on life a marked vocabulary expansion. You will be introduced to new words in a controlled manner, but emphasis is also placed on growth of vocabulary experienced through authentic texts listening to and understanding longer passages of spoken German, such as newscasts and interviews speaking in increasingly complex sentences for about 8 minutes uninterrupted (during oral presentations) and speaking for longer periods of time when reading aloud reading stories, poems, or websites on a wide variety of topics writing your own stories, poems, and essays about a wide variety of topics.