Other Language Courses
MLL 100 - How to Learn a Foreign Language
This course is designed to teach beginning world language students how to become successful language learners. Students will be introduced to strategies for understanding, learning and producing language and functioning in a foreign culture, they will also learn to set their own goals and assess their own progress. Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any world or classical language (Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Latin, or Spanish) 101, 102, 150, or 201.
MLL 180 - Language and YOU
The course is designed for students seeking to explore the values of knowing a second language through intercultural exploration and personal reflections, community outreach and career. The emphasis is put on building cultural competency knowledge by exploring some aspects of the world cultures and interpreting its meaning in personal and public life. Course taught in English. No textbook required. No prerequisites.
MLL 300 - What's Language Got To Do With It?: Exploring Identity Through Language, Culture, and Literature
Students will discover the impact of language, literature, and culture in the formation of identity. Discussion will be based on literary works and films from the different languages and regions of the world taught in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. All materials are in translation. Part of the Identity Issue. Course offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisite: Junior standing.