Spring/Summer Course Guide

Germanic Languages and Literatures

Scandinavian Courses (Division 471)

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Spring Half-Term, 1998 (May 5-June 23, 1998)

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101(105). Elementary Danish. (4). (Excl).

This course offers an introduction to the Danish language, focusing on the development of skills in reading, writing, speaking, and grammar. More specifically, this course is designed to teach the students genuine communication in basic situations, including the ability to read and write what they are able to say. They will also be able to read short articles or excerpts of genuine language. Students will also be taught basic knowledge of the sound structure (phonetics and phonology), morphological structure (verbal and nominal paradigms), and the syntactic structure of Danish at an elementary level. Additionally, students will be introduced to the context and setting of modern Danish language in term of its current use, relevant issues and concerns, political and religious institutions, and the background of cultural referents shared by all Danish speakers. Cost:2 WL:1 (Lane)
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349. Independent Study. Permission of instructor. (2-4). (Excl). (INDEPENDENT). May be repeated for credit.

This course serves the needs of students who wish to develop special topics not offered in the Scandinavian Studies curriculum. It may be a program of directed readings with reports, or it may be a research project and long paper. Either must be supervised by a faculty member, and the student must have the faculty member's agreement before electing the course. This course is also used by concentrators for developing preliminary research and a prospectus for the senior thesis.
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Summer Half-Term, 1998 (June 29-August 18, 1998)

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349. Independent Study. Permission of instructor. (2-4). (Excl). (INDEPENDENT). May be repeated for credit.
This course serves the needs of students who wish to develop special topics not offered in the Scandinavian Studies curriculum. It may be a program of directed readings with reports, or it may be a research project and long paper. Either must be supervised by a faculty member, and the student must have the faculty member's agreement before electing the course. This course is also used by concentrators for developing preliminary research and a prospectus for the senior thesis.
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