LANGUAGES AND CULTURES ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: INTEGRATING CULTURE IN THE LANGUAGE CLASSROOM (1 CR)
TTH, 6:10-7:30 PM; AB-1170
MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR ITALIAN 01:560:231:01:00226, Italian Culture (3 CR; taught in English)
This module is designed to help students learn effective ways to introduce culture, current events and digital humanities into the language classroom from the elementary to the intermediate level. Students will complete the readings assigned and the practice activities online but will meet seven times during the course of the semester. The seven meetings are designated for in-class discussions, quizzes and presentation of a final project. Registration is by Special Permission. Contact email@example.com to register.
Languages and Cultures Across the Curriculum: Introducing Italy: Rome and its Culture (1 CR)
MW, 6:10-7:30 PM; AB-1170
MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR ITALIAN 01:560:256:01:19297, Introducing Italy, City by City (3 CR; taught in English)
This module integrates the class, Introducing Italy: Rome and Its Culture, by providing a communicative first-hand experience of cultural practices and contents related to Rome throughout history. It adds insights on contemporary Rome, its traditions, and economy. Registration is by Special Permission. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Explorations in Languages and Cultures: French for Travel (1 CR)
W, 5:00-7:00 PM, second 7 weeks of semester; MU-113
This course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of French who are interested in acquiring and improving basic communication skills in French. These skills will include the acquisition of culture-specific tips that will be useful for their study-abroad stay or travel to a French-speaking country. Students practice spoken French in a variety of contexts and develop communicative tactics and vocabulary to improve oral expression and conversation. The class is conducted in French.
Languages and Cultures Across the Curriculum: The Language of Marx, Nietzsche, Freud (1 CR)
MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
01:470:371:01:20109, OR 01:195:374:01:20118, OR 01:730:344:01:19324, Marx, Nietzsche, Freud (3 CR; taught in English)
This module focuses on the original German-language concepts and formulations in select passages relevant to the principal themes of the main course “Marx, Nietzsche, Freud.” Attention will be given to issues of translation as these influence — and historically have influenced — the understanding of these writers and their thought. The classes are taught in English, but students must have elementary ability to navigate texts in German. Registration is by Special Permission. Contact email@example.com to register.