Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Summer 2018, Global Campus, FOR_LANG

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Notes Sec SLN Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
FOR_LANG 101 [DIVR] Introduction to the World of Languages
V 01 04933 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jun 15 S Davis 30 20
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FOR_LANG 110 [DIVR] Introduction to Global Film
V 01 06523 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jun 15 V Navarro-Daniels 25 12
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V 02 05590 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jul 28--Aug 19 V Navarro-Daniels 25 9
  (Contact Department for Fees) This course is part of the three-week Intersession, from Jul. 28- Aug. 19. Register in myWSU beginning March 5; choose the 2018 Summer Semester term and the Global Campus. Students can enroll in only one Intersession course, and it cannot be their first course taken at WSU. Get a head start by accessing your Intersession course space beginning Jun. 15, and review the Prepare for Success information on http://intersession.wsu.edu/.
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FOR_LANG 120 [DIVR] Introduction to Foreign Cultures
V 01 04934 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jul 27 J Bonzo 50 11
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FOR_LANG 130 [HUM] Global Literature in Translation
X 01 05040 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 18--Jul 27 J Hughes 30 1
  Norse Mythology: A seminar in stories of the Norsemen who have had a broad influence on the English world and language. Scandinavia influenced the English language greatly in the years before the Norman Conquest in 1066. Anglo-Saxon language and literature show heavy influences of Scandinavian in stories ranging from Beowulf to the Lord of the Rings.
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FOR_LANG 220 [DIVR] Global Issues, Regional Realities
VX 01 05804 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 18--Jul 27 J Hughes 25 4
  The Berlin Wall: A World Divided The symbol of the cold war between the powers of the East and the powers of the West was, for a 28-year span, the Berlin wall which surrounded West Berlin and made it an island of freedom in the sea of communist held East Germany. The 103-mile long Berlin Wall was the physical manifestation of that confrontation where the East met the West, where the ideals of American style capitalism met the ideology of the Soviet East Block.
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FOR_LANG 350 [DIVR] Speech, Thought, and Culture
VX 01 04898 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jun 15 N Mckee 10 2
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FOR_LANG 440 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages
V 01 06479 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jul 27 M Hubert 15 2
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FOR_LANG 540 Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages
V 01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 07--Jul 27 M Hubert 15 0
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