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Feb 9, 2017 by Rose Marie Myalil (rmyalil)
CHIN 6550 : Independent Study for Chinese Language and Culture
Thu, 09 Feb 2017 09:03:35 GMT
Sun, 05 Feb 2017 22:45:45 GMT
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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
East Asian Languages and Literatures (EALL)
Long Course Title
Independent Study for Chinese Language and Culture
Short Course Title
Independent Study for CLC
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Students explore a topic of interest under the supervision of a faculty member and develop research and, in some cases, applied skills. Permission of the instructor and program director is required prior to registration.
Learning outcomes vary depending on each student’s topic and scope, including one or more of these general learning outcomes:
• Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of key issues and theoretical approaches in the area of the student’s concentration (Chinese literature, culture, language and linguistics, or L2 Chinese language teaching)
• Provide persuasive arguments by analyzing texts and other evidence; discuss or apply theoretical and critical approaches.
• Communicate effectively regarding research, teaching or other professional matters as demonstrated in the class discussions and final report.
• Use primary and secondary materials, dictionaries, and China-related reference tools available in the library and/or other sources.
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IS syllabus Chinese Language and Culture.docx
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Course Reviewer Comments
Wed, 25 Jan 2017 21:25:10 GMT
Rollback: Please add "Credit hour policy: 112.5 hours of work is required for this class." to the syllabus.