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GERM002: Second Year German

Credits: 1 units/10 hours
6 Evaluations, 6 Projects, 3 Progress Tests
7 Teacher Connects
(GERM002055)

NCAA Approved

This Second Year German course uses both written and oral communication modes as students become immersed in the cultures of today's German-speaking countries through their investigation of travel, seasonal activities, vacation choices, city and country life, dining and food, traditional customs, history and traditions, communication, and leisure activities. They will build on the written and spoken language abilities learned in First Year German to continue their study of the parts of speech as well as genitive prepositions, demonstrative pronouns, modal auxiliaries, infinitives, the past perfect tense and verbs with coordinating or subordinating conjunctions.Note: This course is available only online as there are many audio and video files incorporated in the learning. Students will be required to record their own conversations and submit these to their teacher for evaluation as part of their assignments.

Prerequisite: First Year German



Available online only

Course Materials

Required Textbook: Deutsch Aktuell Level 2. 7th Edition. EMC Publishing (ISBN: 9780821980897)
or
eBook: Deutsch Aktuell Level 2, 7th Edition Student Edition Multiplatform eBook  (1-year license). EMC Publishing (ISBN: 9780821980934) store.emcp.com/deutsch-aktuell-7th-edition-level-2.html

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Tuition
Online course content is included in tuition for all courses except those designated as "PRINT ONLY".
Tuition (GERM002055)

Required Fee
A $50 non-refundable Administrative Fee is required for each course.
Administrative Fee

Summary
Course Price $450.00



  • Tuition (GERM002055)  $400.00
  • Administrative Fee  $50.00

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