This course is aimed to enable the students to gain good German abilities both in listening response and oral expression. It will provide the students with extensive exposure to different kinds of dialogues and articles in German by asking them to do listening exercises. The students are also required to understand the content and answer certian questions regarding the learning materials.
The course aims at instructing Japanese pronunciation, daily expression and fundamental grammar. Meanwhile, teachers in this class will instruct students in the basic knowledge of Japanese from a perspective of the pragmatic linguistics and the cognitive linguistics as well as the application of Japanese.Have studied in this course, students may master Japanese pronunciation and tone, basic grammar and sentences as well as daily vocabularies ranging from 2000 to 2500 words. Students also may be equipped with abilities to listen, speak, read, write and translate which will prepare them for Japanese language, culture and literature.
This course is mainly for the students, who take German as the second foreign language and provide them the opportunities to get close to the culture and language of German-speaking countries. The course includes a comprehensive introduction of grammar and vocabularies, improves students` listening, speaking, reading, writing and translation skills. At the same time the introduction of Germany`s politics, economy, education, culture, society, history and other curriculum will be taken into account, so that students can also get an overview of the German-speaking countries while learning German.
This course tries to teach French pronunciation, common terms, basic grammar, basic sentences and frequently used expressions. Teachers need to adopt a flexible teaching method to encourage students to speak, and make an effective use of multimedia equipment, for the training of basic voice and intonation.
This is a language practice cours, which aims to develop students` written communication skills and requires students to write different types of texts, such as summary, comment, narrative text, expository text, descriptive text and other practical texts.
This course, focuses on the fundamental elements of the German language within a cultural context. Emphasis is on the progressive development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Upon completion, students should be able to comprehend and respond with increasing proficiency to spoken and written German as well as demonstrate further cultural awareness. This course has been approved to satisfy the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement for the general education core requirement in humanities/fine arts.
Writing is a skill that is required in many contexts throughout life. However, academic writing does many of the things that personal writing does not: it has its own set of rules and practices.
These rules and practices may be organised around a formal order or structure in which to present ideas, in addition to ensuring that ideas are supported by author citations in the literature.
In contrast to personal writing contexts, academic writing is different because it deals with the underlying theories and causes governing processes and practices in everyday life, as well as exploring alternative explanations for these events.
Academic writing follows a particular ‘tone’ and adheres to traditional conventions of punctuation, grammar, and spelling.
The course focus on instruction the writing method and skills concerning the introduction of Japanese, specification, report, correspondence and so forth. Students in this class are trained to master the features of these genres of Japanese writing. At the same time, they also could utilize these skills in their own Japanese writing. In the course of studying, students can learn about Japanese mode of thinking so that they could apply Japanese in a decent way and gradually develop their Japanese writing abilities