This course is for students with no previous knowledge of the Japanese language. We will be emphasizing introductory-level Japanese for recreation. Topics included basic pronunciation, alphabets, numbers, travel and ordering food with uncomplicated verbal communication.
#63397, Online Live, 1/24-3/14, Tuesday, 6-8:30 PM
In "Japanese 2," students will spend more time improving their grammar and building their vocabularies, while spending more time in conversation with the fellow students and the instructor in order to become more comfortable with everyday situations and common expressions.
#63399, Online Live, 3/28-5/16, Tuesday, 6-8:30 PM
Students will continue to expand on the vocabulary, grammar, usage and conversation skills begun in levels 1 and 2. Writing skills may also be covered if relevant to the interests of the students.
#63400, Online Live, 1/25-3/15, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
Students will improve their fluency and vocabulary in Japanese by working on small projects as well as by engaging in conversations with classmates and the instructor. The course is intended for those who have completed at least Japanese 1-3 coursework or Genki Book 1.
#63606, Online Live, 3/29-5/17, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
This course will acquaint you with the fundamentals of the Russian language, including the Cyrillic alphabet, basic grammar and vocabulary, and elementary conversation skills. We will also talk about literature, history, art, music, and food, in order to gain insight into Russian culture and supplement your language learning.
#63812, Truax-Main Building, 4/5-5/24, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
This course is for students who have some previous knowledge of Russian, or have successfully completed non-credit Russian 1. The objective of the course is to continue building confidence and developing communicative skills, to improve knowledge of Russian grammar and vocabulary.
#63781, Truax-Main Building, 1/25-3/15, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
This class is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of Spanish. This is an introductory course in Spanish language including basic commands, greetings, colors, numbers, parts of the body, family relationships, time, and foods.
#63385, Online Live, 2/21-3/30, Tuesday and Thursday, 6-7:40 PM
#63386, Online Live, 4/10-5/17, Monday and Wednesday, 6-7:40 PM
Spanish 2 is ideal for those who have had some Spanish before and are seeking to refresh what they know and to improve their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. There will be an emphasis on vocabulary building, covering a variety of topics, and being able to communicate in a meaningful way. Grammar will also be covered in order to help students understand the structure behind the language.
#63387, Online Live, 4/11-5/18, Tuesday and Thursday, 6-7:40 PM
In "Spanish 4," students will have more opportunity to learn complex sentence structures and become more comfortable communicating in the Spanish language.
#63713, Online Live, 1/24-3/14, Tuesday, 6-8:30 PM