HAITIAN CREOLE

HAI 101                         Elementary Haitian Creole I
Development of basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills; focus on conversation and the grammatical fundamentals of Haitian Creole.

Typically Offered: Fall.

 

HAI 102                         Elementary Haitian Creole II
Basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills developed in Elementary Haitian Creole 101. Students will produce more complex grammatical structures in oral and written presentations, and focus on improvement of pronunciation.

Prerequisite: HAI 101 or equivalent; Typically Offered: Spring.

 

HAI 201                         Intermediate Haitian Creole I
Basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills developed in Elementary Haitian Creole 102. Continued development of communicative abilities and introduction to the cultural practices, family values, and social and environmental issues of Haiti. Include both oral and written components.

Prerequisite: HAI 102 or its equivalent; Typically Offered: Fall.

 

HAI 202                         Intermediate Haitian Creole II.
Emphasis will be on speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities. In addition to the instruction of Haitian Creole, students will have a better understanding of the Haitian culture, society, and beliefs, which arc an important part of this class experience. Furthermore, to help students understand the relationship between the spoken and the written forms of the language, the course will be taught entirely in Haitian Creole.While gaining an understanding of the Haitian culture and its people, students in HAI 202 will learn how to avoid cross-cultural conflicts by developing awareness for common cultural issues and beliefs associated with healthcare, education, environment, religion.

Prerequisite: HAI 201 or its equivalent; Typically Offered: Spring.


HEBREW

HEB 101                                 Elementary Hebrew I
Grammatical principles: reading for comprehension and conversation; oral and written exercises. Normally, closed to students who have completed two years of high school Hebrew. Closed to native speakers.

Typically Offered: Fall.

 

HEB 102                                 Elementary Hebrew II
Continuation of HEB 101. Closed to native speakers.

Prerequisite: HEB 101 or equivalent; Typically Offered: Spring.

 

HEB 201                                  Intermediate Hebrew I
Integrated grammar review. Diverse selection of readings: stories, plays, essays, interviews. Practice in speaking and in writing. Class conducted in Hebrew. Closed to native speakers.

Prerequisite: HEB 102 or equivalent; Typically Offered: Fall.

 

HEB 202                                  Intermediate Hebrew II
Continuation of 201 with oral presentations, compositions, and grammar review. Class conducted in Hebrew. Closed to native speakers.