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Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures
 

Provost Andrea Chapdelaine, Ph.D., Acting Chair
Professors John S. Incledon, Ph.D. (Spanish), Karen J. Jogan, Ph.D. (Spanish),
Newton A. Perrin, Ph.D. (German)
Associate Professors Adam M. John, Ph.D. (French and Spanish), Maria M. Melendez, Ph.D. (French and Spanish)
Assistant Professors Arcana Albright, Ph.D. (French), Abbey McGovern, Ph.D. (Spanish)
Instructors Rona L. Haftel, M.A. (Spanish), Melissa S. Katz, M.A. (Spanish),
Kathy Ozment, M.A. (Spanish), Janice E. Rodriguez, M.A. (Spanish)
Adjuncts Xiaomei Niu (Chinese), Robert Monk, M.A. (German)


Chinese

 

Courses

HI 101
Elementary Chinese I

Elementary Chinese I is designed for beginners of Chinese. In this course, students will become familiar with Chinese-speaking cultures, as well as develop basic language skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese. Since input in Chinese is vital for the acquisition of these skills, the class will be conducted in Chinese, except for clarification of grammar and culture. In addition, many in-class activities will be done in groups and pairs.

CHI 102
Elementary Chinese II

Continuation of 101.   Prerequisite: CHI 101 or two years of secondary Chinese or permission of the department.

CHI 201
Intermediate Chinese I

Intermediate Chinese I is a continuation of Elementary Chinese II. In this course, students will become familiar with Chinese-speaking cultures, as well as develop basic language skills in understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in Chinese. Since input in Chinese is vital for the acquisition of these skills, the class will be conducted in Chinese, except for clarification of grammar and culture. In addition, many in-class activities will be done in groups and pairs.  Prerequisite: CHI 102 or two years of secondary Chinese or permission of the department

CHI 202
Intermediate Chinese II

Continuation of 201.   Prerequisite: CHI 201.

 

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