Instructor: Jennifer Ruth Hosek
KIN 404 -- (613) 533-2077 / 4917 -- email@example.com
GRMN 309* (continuing from GRMN 308*) provides a survey of major historical and cultural developments that have continued to shape the identities of the three German-speaking countries into the twenty-first century. The course builds systematically on participants' previous linguistic attainments and classwork includes intensive practice in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. A tutorial provides individualized work on formal grammar and communication. (Prerequisite: GRMN 202* or equivalent. Exclusion: GRMN 205.)
Wulf Koepke, Die Deutschen: Vergangenheit und Gegenwart. Fifth Edition. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2000.
Rankin/Wells, Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2004.
Accompanying Workbook and Electronic Key for Website
English Grammar for Students of German. (any edition) available at the bookstore.