Summer 2021 Courses

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 Arabic 1103  -   Turkish 2241    

The NELC Department will offer the following summer 2021 course schedule. All courses will be conducted through online instruction


Alexandria

Arabic 1103 - Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic I
Summer 8-week Session 2 Class: June 8 - July 30, 2021)

Class # 23364
Dr. Dirbas

MTWR 9:50 - 11:25
Building on previously acquired functional abilities; using Arabic to express opinion and feelings; oral interaction in the classroom; reading authentic texts or various genres. pre-requisite: 1102, or placement exam.

This class will be taught in a synchronous online format. A summer intensive Arabic course provides students with one semester of language credit (4 cr.) in eight weeks. This course is for students who want to rapidly bring their language skills to the next level. GE Foreign Language course

 


  

Turkey Study Abroad

Turkish 2241 - Introduction to Turkish Culture: Virtual Education Abroad in Istanbul, Turkey
Summer 4-week Session 1 Class: May 12 - June 7, 2021)

Class # 34827
Dr. Danielle Schoon
MWF - 9:50-11:25
An introduction to Turkish Culture, this online course offers virtual visits to important sites and opportunities to learn the basics of the Turkish language, cook Turkish food, listen to Turkish music, learn from Turkish scholars and artists, and more. Students will have the opportunity to develop a creative final project, such as creating a short film, cooking a Turkish meal, or delving into a particular Turkish art form.

Education abroad is proven to benefit undergraduates by broadening their perspectives, developing their intercultural competence, and contributing to their career opportunities. However, due to the pandemic, traveling abroad is difficult if not impossible. OSU students are also unable to visit Turkey right now due to security concerns. This virtual education abroad program promises to deliver many of the benefits of education abroad as an intensive program with direct synchronous instruction, including online interactions with people in Turkey. GE Culture and Ideas & GE Diversity: Global Studies