Feb 09, 2023  
2019-2020 Archived Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Archived Catalog

GERM-212 Intermediate German II

Credits 4 / 4 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-030 (ACSR-030), completion of ELAP-110 with a minimum grade of 2.0, or successful completion of RDNG-016 or ACLT-074 with a minimum grade of 3.0. Pre-requisite: GERM-211  
This course teaches advanced conversation and composition. Oral and/or written individualized reports are required; readings on German history culture and/or literature.

Course Outcomes
• Express actions or situations that are going on at the present time, general truths, habitual actions, and actions that will take place in the near future in the target language. • Narrate past events and describe past actions and states using the past tense structures in the target language. • Express will and exert influence using the target language. • Express doubt and denial using the target language. • Give advice using both formal and informal commands in the target language. • Describe objects and people using relative clauses with indicative and subjunctive verb forms in the target language. • Talk about the future in the target language. • Express conjecture or probability using the future and the conditional. • Talk about future and past hypothetical events and situations in the target language. • Make polite requests in the target language. • Demonstrate a deeper knowledge and understanding of the cultures of the target language and become more acquainted with the places where that language is spoken. • Demonstrate an increased awareness of the variety of communities that utilize the target language, through readings, videos, and classroom discussions. • Explore some of the main cultural, social, and historical events of the world which makes up the target language. • Read, analyze, and discuss short stories and poems from some of the most well-known authors in/of the target language • Make comparisons and express superlatives in the target language. • Demonstrate the ability to refer to recently completed actions, or past actions that still bear relevance in the present, using the indicative and subjunctive present perfect in the target language. • Demonstrate the ability to refer to actions that had been done or had been occurred before another action in the past using the indicative and subjunctive past perfect in the target language. • Express what will have happened at a certain point using the future perfect in the target language. • Express supposition or probability regarding a past action using the future perfect in the target language. • Express what would have occurred but did not using the conditional perfect in the target language. • Express probability or conjecture about the past using the conditional perfect in the target language. • Tell a hypothetical statement about a possible or likely to occur event, an improbable or contrary-to-fact event, a contrary-to-fact situation in the past, or a habitual, not contrary-to-fact, past action in the target language. • Tell a passive statement using the passive voice in the target language