Eura St 101B: Continuing Armenian
TT 12:30-2, 201 Wheeler. Instructor: Santoukht Mikaelian.
Units: 3 Satisfies L&S International Studies breadth requirement.
Instructor’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eurasian Studies 101B is a continuation of 101A. The purpose of this course is to further develop students’ Armenian proficiency in all four language skills, using discussion, oral presentations, written assignments and a variety of readings (literature, non-fiction, folklore, newspaper articles, etc.) chosen partly for their cultural significance and partly based on student needs and interests. Particular skills e.g. (reading), are emphasized, depending on student needs and interests. Three hours of class per week. Course may be repeated for credit.
Gayane Hagopian, Armenian For Everyone, Western and Eastern Armenian in Parallel lessons, Abril Books, Los Angeles, 2007, or same book, Caravan Books, Ann Arbor 2005
Anahit Avetisyan, Eastern Armenian Comprehensive Self Study Language Course ISBN 978-99390-10250
Prerequisite: Eurasian Studies 101A or consent of instructor.