Cultural History of German-Speaking Peoples

Cultural History of German-Speaking Peoples
Culture, with listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar as secondary emphases. Includes International Cinema.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 1.5 Lab
 PrerequisitesGerm 202 or equivalent experience.
 NoteEntry course for returned missionaries or others with equivalent German language experience. Required course for obtaining language credit by examination (Germ 101, 102, 201, 311R). Prerequisite to all 400-level courses. Culminating course for Languages of Learning requirement.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring
 ProgramsContaining GERM 330
Course Outcomes


(All of the below Correspond to German Literature Program Learning Objectives #3)

Students will demonstrate that they can write a coherent, logical and organized argument in formal writing assignments that they complete each week or every two weeks.

Students will complete at least 30 pages (12-point font, double spaced) of formal academic writing over the course of the semester.

A significant portion (one fourth to one half or more) of the writing should be in German.

A 5-7 page final research paper or a significant re-write of a previously-written paper will be required for all 330 students.

All 330 students will complete a final exam in addition to their final paper.