Faculty of Arts
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|Faculty||Faculty of Arts|
|Organisational Unit||Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation|
|Offered||Clayton Second semester 2013 (Day)|
|Coordinator(s)||Ms Ena Burstin|
Previously coded JWC3120
Yiddish 3B is an extension of Yiddish 3A. The central feature of both Yiddish 3A and 3B will be the more advanced teaching of Yiddish as a living language, as a tool for both written and spoken communication. The course is designed for students who wish to improve their knowledge of the subject both in its literary and conversational form. The course will include use of non-literary texts and exercises to develop grammatical, syntactic and idiomatic mastery of the language. An additional component will utilise Yiddish literary texts of Australia as well as of other countries. Completion of parts A and B will prepare students to complete a major in the subject.
Upon successful completion of Yiddish 3B students will:
Written work, oral presentations, dictation, comprehension and short essays (equivalent to approximately 2500 words): 55%
Examination (two hours) equivalent to 2000 words): 45%
3 hours of lectures and 1 x 1 hr language laboratory per week.
ATS3814 or an approved equivalent standard.