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COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
JACKSON SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
JSIS LANGUAGE COURSES

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JSIS E 111 Elementary Modern Greek (5)
Fundamentals of oral and written modern Greek. Offered: A.

JSIS E 112 Elementary Modern Greek (5)
Fundamentals of oral and written modern Greek. Recommended: either JSIS E 111 or GREEK 401. Offered: W.

JSIS E 113 Elementary Modern Greek (5)
Fundamentals of oral and written modern Greek. Recommended: either JSIS E 112 or GREEK 402. Offered: Sp.

JSIS E 211 Second-Year Modern Greek (5) VLPA
Continuation of JSIS E 111, 112, 113. Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Recommended: either JSIS E 113 or GREEK 403. Offered: A.

JSIS E 212 Second-Year Modern Greek (5) VLPA
Continuation of JSIS E 111, 112, 113. Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Recommended: JSIS E 211. Offered: W.

JSIS E 213 Second-Year Modern Greek (5) VLPA
Continuation of JSIS E 111, 112, 113. Intensive practice in speaking, reading, and writing. Recommended: JSIS E 212. Offered: Sp.

JSIS E 428 Perspectives on East Asia for Teachers (3, max. 6) I&S
Substantive concepts, resources, and materials employed in teaching about East Asia. Requirements may vary in relation to the background of participants.

JSIS E 429 East Asia for Educators (6, max. 18) I&S Bernson
Provides pre-service and in-service elementary, middle, and high school educators with a grounding in China, Japan, or Korea studies and in curricular strategies for bringing the study of the country of focus into the educator's classroom. Offered: S.

JSIS E 478 Readings in the Social Sciences in Japanese (3-5) I&S
Introduction to articles and short works in economics, history, political science, and other social sciences. Assignments chosen from major Japanese monthlies and academic works. All readings in Japanese. Prerequisite: JAPAN 313.

JSIS E 547 Readings on Japan in the Social Sciences (5)
Seminar discussing articles in Japanese in economics, history, political science, and other social sciences. Assignments from major Japanese monthlies and academic works. Prerequisite: JAPAN 313 or equivalent and permission of instructor.