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Foreign Language GERMAN (GER) 101‑3  Beginning German I The basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing are developed in class. Laboratory work required. Fall 102‑3  Beginning German II A continuation of Ger 101. Spring 190-1-3 Special Topics 191-1-3 Special Topics 201‑3  Intermediate German I Vocabulary development, grammar review, and development of conversational and writing skills are the main goals of this class. Prerequisite: Ger 102 or permission. Fall 202‑3  Intermediate German II Discussion and composition skills are developed through the study of short prose works by German authors. Prerequisite: Ger 201 or permission. Spring 310‑3  German Conversation and Composition Continued development of fluency in the use of German as a means of oral and written expression and intensive German grammar review are the main emphases. Prerequisite: Ger 202 or permission. Fall, odd years 320-3  German Culture and Civilization Students will be exposed to a general history of the German‑speaking countries of Europe and will examine modern trends and institutions. Conducted in German. Prerequisite: Ger 202 or permission. Spring, even years 330-3  Survey of German Literature I A survey of German poetry, short stories, essays, and novellas from Goethe to the present. Includes a comprehensive introduction to German literary terminology. Conducted in German. Prerequisite: Ger 202 or permission. Fall, even years

340-3  Survey of German Literature II A survey of longer prose in German from Goethe to the present, with emphasis on novels and dramas. Representative literature from Germany, Switzerland, and Austria will be presented. Conducted in German. Prerequisite: Ger 202 or permission. Spring, odd years 400-3 Introduction to German Linguistics (Special Topics) The course focuses on primary and second language acquisition, linguistic analysis of German, key elements of German pronunciation, use of the international phonetic alphabet, and the historic development of the German language. The course is intended as part of a North Dakota secondary German teaching program of study. Offered on demand only to secondary education majors; however the secondary education program is currently suspended. 200‑2‑4 Directed Studies 290-1-3 Special Topics 291-1-3 Special Topics 300‑2‑4 Directed Studies/Special Topics 390-1-3 Special Topics 391-1-3 Special Topics 400‑2‑4 Directed Studies/Special Topics 490-1-1 Special Topics 491-1-3 Special Topics (by arrangement) SPANISH (SPAN) 101-3  Beginning Spanish I The basic skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing are developed in class. Laboratory work required. Fall 102-3  Beginning Spanish II A continuation of Span 101. Spring 190-1-3 Special Topics 191-1-3 Special Topics 201-3  Intermediate Spanish I Vocabulary development, grammar review, and 131

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Academic catalog 18 19 (web)