This course is for students with no previous French experience. It will emphasize French for recreation. Topics include basic phonetics, numbers, foods and travel with very elementary, uncomplicated verbal communication.
#33546, Online Live, 9/2-10/21, Friday, 6-8 PM
This course is for students with no previous knowledge of the Japanese language. We will be emphasizing introductory-level Japanese for recreation. Topics include basic pronunciation, alphabets, numbers, travel and ordering food.
#33378, Online Live, 8/30-10/18, Tuesday, 6-8:30 PM
Spend more time improving your grammar and expanding your vocabulary. You also will spend time in conversation with fellow students and the instructor to become more comfortable with everyday situations and common expressions.
#33379, Online Live, 10/25-12/13, 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.
#33380, Online Live, 8/31-10/19, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
In this course, students will continue to expand on the vocabulary, grammar, and conversation skills begun in levels 1, 2, and 3. Writing skills may be covered if relevant to the interests of the students. Cultural information about modern and historical Japan will also be taught alongside the lessons.
#33382, Online Live, 10/26-12/14, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
This course will acquaint you with the fundamentals of the Russian Language, including Cyrillic alphabet, basic grammar, 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.
#33688, Truax-Main Building, 9/28-11/16, Wednesday, 6-8:30 PM
Learn to speak Spanish in this class designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of the language. This introductory course will cover basic commands, greetings, colors, numbers, parts of the body, family relationships, time and foods.
#33556, Online Live, 9/6-10/6, Tuesday and Thursday, 6-8 PM
#33476, Fort Atkinson, 10/3-11/2, Monday and Wednesday, 6-8 PM
This is the perfect class for those who have some Spanish language experience but are unsure if they belong in Spanish 1 or 2. Join this class to get a refresher on basic grammar (present tense, pronouns, verbs), greetings, alphabet, plural, colors, numbers, questions, time, foods, and family. This class will have you ready for Spanish 2. This class will be short but intense, so come prepared to remember and learn new things.
#33577, Online Live, 9/15-10/6, Thursday, 6-8:30 PM
Spanish 2 is ideal if you have taken some Spanish before and want to improve your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Focus is on vocabulary and communication. You should have completed noncredit Spanish 1 or the equivalent.
#33557, Online Live, 10/11-11/10, Tuesday and Thursday, 6-8 PM
Spanish 3 is a continuation of Spanish 2. Gain more advanced skills in reading, writing and speaking Spanish. Successful completion of noncredit Spanish 2 or the equivalent recommended.
#33558, Online Live, 11/15-12/13, Tuesday and Thursday, 6-8 PM
Appropriate for Spanish students who have completed noncredit Spanish 3 or 4. Your instructor will organize learning activities and facilitate conversation practice among students of the same Spanish skill level.
#10810, Online Live, 8/2-8/23, Tuesday, 6-8:30 PM
This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic Spanish communication skills and cultural awareness needed to interact with Spanish-speaking employees, patrons, co-workers and customers in the workplace. We will cover the basic grammar structures of the language and incorporate essential vocabulary, phrases and dialogues used in the work setting within a context of cultural awareness and a global mindset.
#33522, Truax-Main Building, 9/24-11/12, Saturday, 9:30 AM-12 PM