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Elementary Swahili II
Continuation of SWA 101. Emphasis is on increasing proficiency in reading and listening comprehension, speaking, and writing activities in Swahili. Cultural contexts of the East African societies where Swahili is spoken are incorporated in classroom activities in order to enhance communication and cultural proficiency.
Sample reading list:
Hinnebusch, Thomas, Swahili: A Foundation for Speaking, Reading and Writing
Weekly language lessons, including reading, comprehension, speaking, and oral comprehension, listening and writing exercises as well as language lab sessions, quizzes, and presentations.
Mid Term Exam - 20%
Design Project - 15%
Take Home Final Exam - 20%
Quizzes - 15%
Papers - 15%
Oral Presentation(s) - 15%
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
Only those who have taken Elementary Swahili I (SWA 101) should enroll..
SWA 102, SWA 102T are considered equivalent courses and cannot be taken multiple times for credit.
This is the second course in a four-term sequence that fulfills the university language requirement.
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