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SWAH 1020

Elementary Swahili II

 

MF 9:05-9:55 & TR 9:30 - 10:45 
MF 12:20 - 1:10 & TR 12:30 - 1:45

 

Hours: 
4 hours
Spring 2014 Information: 

Do you want to advance in your Swahili speaking and writing skills? Do you need to increase your vocabulary bank? Do you need to learn different registers in the Swahili language? Would you like to gain a better mastery of Swahili grammar? Would you like to learn more about the culture of the Swahili speakers through the Swahili language structure?

This is a 4 credit hour course; a continuation of Elementary Swahili I. Students taking this course must have taken the first course of Elementary Swahili 1010. It will put more emphasis on register variation, advanced grammar, and culture. Presentation of language structure, conversation practice, listening, reading and writing exercises will be the mode of the class. The use of films, songs and stories will also be utilized to extend the cultural understanding behind the Swahili language.

Course reading:

  • Hinnebusch, J. Thomas & Mirza, Sarah. 1997. Kiswahili: Msingi wa Kusema, Kusoma na Kuandika: Swahili: A foundation for Speaking, Reading, and Writing. (2nd Edition) Lanham, NewYork: University Press of America
  • Moshi, Lioba 1988. Mazoezi ya Kiswahili. Lanham, New York: University Press of America
  • Perrot, D.V. 1965. Teaching Yourself Swahili dictionary A-Z or English Swahili Dictionary by Willy A. Kirkeby (order through Amazon)

For more information, please contact Dr. Dainess Maganda (magandad@uga.edu)

Summer instructor: 
Summer 2014 Information: 

Do you want to advance in your Swahili speaking and writing skills? Do you need to increase your vocabulary bank? Do you need to learn different registers in the Swahili language? Would you like to gain a better mastery of Swahili grammar? Would you like to learn more about the culture of the Swahili speakers through the Swahili language structure?

This is a 4 credit hour course; a continuation of Elementary Swahili I. Students taking this course must have taken the first course of Elementary Swahili 1010. It will put more emphasis on register variation, advanced grammar, and culture. Presentation of language structure, conversation practice, listening, reading and writing exercises will be the mode of the class. The use of films, songs and stories will also be utilized to extend the cultural understanding behind the Swahili language.

Course reading: Hinnebusch, J. Thomas & Mirza, Sarah. 1997. Kiswahili: Msingi wa Kusema, Kusoma na Kuandika: Swahili: A foundation for Speaking, Reading, and Writing. (2nd Edition) Lanham, NewYork: University Press of America; Moshi, Lioba 1988. Mazoezi ya Kiswahili. Lanham, New York: University Press of America; Perrot, D.V. 1965. Teaching Yourself Swahili dictionary A-Z or English Swahili Dictionary by Willy A. Kirkeby (order through Amazon)

For more information, please contact Dr. Dainess Maganda (magandad@uga.edu)

Course Description: 

A continuation of Elementary Swahili I. Emphasis on register variation, advanced grammar, and culture.

Prerequisite: 
SWAH 1010
Semester course Offered: 
Offered spring semester every year.
Grading System: 
A-F (Traditional)
Oasis Title: 
ELEM SWAHILI II
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