During the semester all aspects of the German language will be taught, to include: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Emphasis will be on practical aspects of language learning, focusing on the development of reading skills, writing and grammar review. Readings will be selected mostly from German, Swiss and Austrian authors.
They will become progressively more difficult as the course advances. Cultural traditions practiced in the German-speaking countries of Europe will be discussed in the context of the readings selected for the course.
|June 1-30, 2014|
GERM 2311: Intermediate German I
GERM 2312: Intermediate German II
|Students will have first completed 2 semesters of college German, or equivalent at SHSU or another accredited institution.|
|Students will stay in dormatories near Bern University.|
|Students will be travel through a group flight arranged by Dr. James Frankki.|
Not Included: TBD
|FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO|
|Dr. James Frankki
|Submit completed application to faculty leader via email or in person.|