• Fall 2013 : African American Studies 10A Intermediate Swahili

    • MTuWTh 11-12P
    • MCHOMBO, S A
    • 185 Barrows
    • 4

    (4) Students will receiveno credit for C10A after taking Linguistics 10A. Four hours of recitation and one hour of laboratory perweek. Formerly C10A/Linguistics C10A. This course reviews and expands students’ knowledge of fundamental structures from Elementary Swahili and appropriate cultural contexts of these structures in oral and written communication. More grammar and vocabulary in a culturally and socially appropriate context is developed.  Speaking ability is expanded through oral exercises, individual reports, class discussions, and recordings available at the Berkeley Language Center.BWriting and reading are expanded through compositions, written exercises, and independent reading projects with texts available through Berkeley’s African Library Collection and supplemented by instructor’smaterials.