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World Languages

Chinese I-AP*

the great wallMeets:
Session I M,T, TH
Session II M-F (session III for advanced levels)

Credit: 1.0 Elective credit each semester 

*(DUAL CREDIT through UNM available to qualified students)

Did you know that Chinese is the most spoken language in the world? In this class you will learn:

  • Listening, speaking (Mandarin), reading and writing Chinese

  • Appreciation of Chinese culture through traditions, history, film, cuisine and pop culture

  • Chinese calligraphy, poetry, handcrafts

  • UNM Dual Credit is a possibility for those students who meet the requirements of UNM and CEC Chinese language program. Qualified students may enroll in the UNM Dual Credit program and earn possible UNM credit for CHIN 101 and 102, CHIN 201 and 202, and/or CHIN 301 and 302. 

Japanese I-AP*

Japanese TreeMeets:
Session I M,T, TH
Session II M-F (session III for advanced levels)

Credit: 1.0 Elective credit each semester 

*(DUAL CREDIT through UNM available to qualified students)

 

Japanese introduces students to the basic skills- listening, speaking, reading, and writing – and to the basic structures of Japanese taught within the cultural context. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, cultures, language functions, connections, and personal applications. Emphasis is placed on oral, written, communication skills, and cultural activities.

Japanese II continues the focus on the basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as encouraging a deeper appreciation of Japanese culture and language. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, cultures, language functions, connections, and personal applications. Emphasis is placed on applying oral, written, communication skills to personal, academic, and cultural activities. 

French I and II

eiffel towerMeets: Session III M/W 2-5:30

Credit: 1.0 Elective credit each semester 

French I language acquisition is a developmental process. Over time these learners attain the ability to write and speak in a meaningful and appropriate manner. French I introduce students to the basic skills- listening, speaking, reading, and writing – and to the basic structures of French taught within the cultural context. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, language functions, connections, and personal applications. Emphasis is placed on oral, written, communication skills, and cultural knowledge. Offered first semester.  French II language acquisition is a developmental process aimed at the ultimate goal of communication. Over time the students develop the ability to write and speak in a meaningful and appropriate manner. French II continues the focus on the basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as encourages deeper appreciation of the French culture and language. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, language functions, Offered 2nd semester 

German I-AP

neuschwanstein castle germanyMeets: Session II M-F 12:30-1:50pm

Credit: 1.0 Elective credit each semester 

German language acquisition is a developmental process. Over time these learners attain the ability to write and speak in a meaningful and appropriate manner. German I introduce students to the basic skills- listening, speaking, reading, and writing – and to the basic structures of German taught within the cultural context. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, language functions, connections, and personal applications. Emphasis is placed on oral, written, communication skills, and cultural knowledge. Offered first semester.   German II language acquisition is a developmental process aimed at the ultimate goal of communication. Over time the students develop the ability to write and speak in a meaningful and appropriate manner. German II continues the focus on the basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as encourages deeper appreciation of the German culture and language. Areas of study include expression, comprehension, language and culture, language functions, connections, and personal applications. Emphasis is placed on applying oral, written, communication skills to personal, academic, and cultural knowledge. Offered 2nd semester. 

Navajo

monument valleyMeets: Session I M/T/TH

Credit: 1.0 Elective Credit
 

 

 

 

Would you like to learn a language spoken by grandparents, parents, and tribal leaders? This class teaches students to read and write Navajo and opens doors to understand Southwestern culture:

  • This class will allow study Navajo culture, traditions, and language.
  • This class will make you eligible for the Chief Manuelito Scholarship, which is given only to Navajo students who have taken a Navajo class. Students also need a .5 credit of Navajo Government and a 3.0 GPA.

Zuni

Meets: Session III T/TH 2-5:30