Germanic Languages
Spring 2016

404A Hamilton Hall / 212-854-2070
Department of Germanic Languages
SP2016 Office Hrs.:
Mo 1-2:00 / W. 4-5:00 + by appt.

Germanic Language Online Directory
Spring 2016

My Spring 2016 Courses:
Elementary German II

Intermediate II

Language Course Outlines
Overview of German Language Courses

German language students are expected to attend and complete class work from day one of class. Students MUST BE ATTENDANCE and have completed all course work for weeks one and two at very latest Wed. Jan. 27 / Thurs. Jan. 28 for 2-day classes or Fri. Jan. 29 for 3-day classes.
There will be NO NEW ADMITS to German language classes in Week 3 of the Semester!

Class attendance is a formal component of all German language coursess. Frequent or extended absences impede development of oral/aural skills and directly influence in-class performance. Any student who misses class (for any reason) should inform the instructor in advance, make up, and hand in all work. No grade will be awarded for late work, but work will be corrected as part of the student's overall record. Regular attendance is absolutely necessary in language classes. Missed deadlines count as zero. More than one week of absence automatically lowers the grade for classwork. Excused absences require a note from the student's class dean. If you miss a class, it is your responsibility to find out what material was covered during your absence and to keep up with the current assignments and classroom materials.

Previous Courses, TA Instruction Guide, Workshops

(contact RAKorb for passwords where necessary)

World Language Links

Advanced German I (FA04)

Gay Berlin

Berlin-Berlin (1997-2005)

Kontakte Instructor Outline
CU TA Website
TA Orientation Exercise
Dartmouth German Grammar Review

PA Governor's Conference on Reading and Culture (July 05)

Student Produced Video
(Workshop 2002)
Video im Deutschunterricht
(Middlebury 2002)

Links to German at Columbia University

Events: Deutsches Haus Columbia
Department of Germanic Languages

WWW German Links

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