Language Studies College of Humanities
Third-year course in Danish. Developing advanced language skills in speaking, reading, listening, and writing as defined by ACTFL standards.
Dansh 202 or equivalent experience.
Entry course for returned missionaries or others with equivalent Danish language experience. Required course for obtaining language credit by examination (Dansh 101, 102, 201, 211R).
Speech and Writing
Students will develop their ability to narrate and describe in the present and past time frames, use connected discourse, and learn to manage complications in the language through communicative strategies, without patterns of breakdown. Students will develop partial control of their ability to support their opinions and hypothesize about abstract topics, in the context of extended discourse. You should be able to discuss various subjects with ease and debate your position with success using a number of strategies.
Critical Thinking, Accuracy, Text Types
Students will analyze and employ proper grammatical, lexical, phonological and literary functions in descriptive and narrative texts, in summaries, detailed descriptions and narrations, analyses and argumentative essays.
Students will be able to understand a variety of advanced topics and dialects and use this as a basis for communication.
Students will broaden and deepen their perception and appreciation of Danish culture.