Course Meeting Times
Lectures: 4 sessions / week, 1 hour / session
Dollenmayer, David, and Thomas Hansen. Neue Horizonte. 7th ed. New York, NY: Heinle, 2008. ISBN: 9780618954797.
Dollenmayer, David, Ellen W. Crocker, and Thomas Hansen. Workbook/Laboratory Manual for Neue Horizonte. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1998. ISBN: 9780395909843.
Zorach, Cecile, and Charlotte Melin. English Grammar for Students of German. 4th ed. Ann Arbor, MI: Olivia & Hill Press, 2001. ISBN: 9780934034319.
Additional handouts on various aspects of culture as well as grammar and functional expressions can be found on the study materials page.
Meet four times a week: MTRF. Regular attendance is mandatory. More than 5 absences will automatically affect your final grade.
Please record the time you spend working with the different parts of the audio program both in the lab and at home on the log sheet provided. The log sheet will be collected by the instructor with the workbook/lab manual. (Audio/Video set for textbook is catalogued under GE 213)
Regular daily work with the audio program for short periods of time (15-20 minutes) is strongly suggested. For the listening exercises, you may also work from your computer at home, given that you have a microphone installed to your home computer. The audio program files are available to registered students through the course Web site. For the DL recorder, go to Dartmouth College Language Recorder. You will receive additional information on the DL recorder and the audio files on the first day of class.
Maximum of 8 hours per week. This includes daily practice with the audio program.
It is crucial that you work regularly with the audio program in order to practice listening to your own recorded voice in comparison with the voices of the native speakers.
Grades will be determined as follows:
|Class participation and performance||40%|
|Vocabulary quizzes and compositions||20%|
Note: Homework assignments are included in the grade for class participation and performance. To be credited toward this grade, all homework must be handed in on the day it is due. There will be no final exam.