LANGUAGE AND CULTURE COURSES OFFERED BY THE SLAVIC, EAST EUROPEAN AND EURASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES DEPARTMENT, CENTER FOR WORLD LANGUAGES, AND SUMMER SESSIONS, UCLA
All courses are offered in Summer Session A
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SCHOLARSHIPS AND TUITION PLEASE VISIT:
UCLA Summer Sessions http://www.summer.ucla.edu/
UCLA Center for World Languages http://web.international.ucla.edu/cwl
UCLA Slavic, East European and Eurasian Languages and Cultures SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE:
Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian 103 (333317110): Intensive Elementary Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian (12 units) 6 weeks: June 23 through August 1 MTWRF 9:00 a.m.-2:10 p.m.
The Intensive Summer BCS course at UCLA offers the equivalent of first year of language instruction in only six weeks. Students learn the main features of three very similar, but not identical languages. The course immerses students in the languages and diverse cultures of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, and Serbia through the textbook and authentic contemporary materials including movies, music, literature, and online sources. Completion of Ser/Cro 103 fulfills the UCLA foreign language requirement.
Romanian 103 (340318130): Intensive Elementary Romanian/Moldovan (12 units) 6 weeks: June 23 through August 1 MTWRF 9:00 a.m.-2:10 p.m. (Section 1) & (Section 2)
The intensive Romanian summer course at UCLA offers the equivalent of one academic year of language instruction in six weeks. The course takes students from the elementary to the intermediate level, with instruction focused both on the acquisition of vocabulary and grammar and the development of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Communicative class activities and oral/written presentations foster authentic language use. Cultural information is provided by class readings, exposure to internet sources, cultural videos, and movies. Completion of Romanian 103 fulfills the UCLA foreign language requirement.
The Russian language courses cover the equivalent of first and second year Russian in 8 weeks each.
•Classes meet four hours a day five days a week.
•Interactive exercises and small group activities featured.
•A Russian tutor available every day after class.
•Russian culture emphasized.
•A variety of community-related activities are planned.
Summer Program Director: Dr. Anna Kudyma Russian Language Program Director: Dr. Olga Kagan
Russian 10 (341065110): Intensive Elementary Russian (12 units) 8 weeks: June 23 through August 15 MTWRF 10:00 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Intensive basic course in the Russian language equivalent to courses Russian 1, 2, and 3. Russian 10 focuses on communication with attention to grammatical accuracy. The class also works on reading, listening, and writing. Video is used throughout the course. Students work with an experienced instructor and meet for tutoring with a native speaker of Russian. Completion of Russian 10 fulfills the College of Letters and Science, School of the Arts and Architecture, and School of Theater, Film, and Television foreign language requirement.
Textbook: "Beginner's Russian" by A.Kudyma, F. Miller, O. Kagan (Hippocrene Books, N.Y.) Workbook: interactive website http://www.russian.ucla.edu/beginnersrussian
Russian 20 (341114110): Intensive Intermediate Russian (12 units) 8 weeks: June 23 through August 15 MTWRF 10:00 a.m.-1:50 p.m.
Intensive second year sequence in Russian (courses 4, 5, 6). Russian 20 focuses on furthering competency in standard contemporary Russian. Additional emphasis on reading and writing skills. Exposure to Russian culture through literature, films and other activities. Students work with an experienced instructor and meet for tutoring with a native speaker of Russian.
Textbook: “V Puti” Second Edition by O.Kagan, F.Miller, G.Kudyma (Prentice Hall)
Russian Classes for High School Students
For more information, and to register, visit http://www.hslanguages.ucla.edu