• Fall 2013 : African American Studies 11A Elementary Swahili

    • MTuWTh 8-9A
    • KYEU, D
    • B4 Dwinelle
    • 4

    (4) Students will receiveno credit for C11A after taking Linguistics 1A. Four hours of recitation and one hour of laboratory per week. Formerly C11A/Linguistics C1A. This course introduces students to the basics of speaking, listening, reading, and writing in Swahili. Instruction is mixed English and Swahili. Emphasis is placed on developing student ability to create and to communicate with basic structures and vocabulary in culturally and socially appropriate context. Speaking and listening abilities are developed through oral exercises, class discussions, and recordings available from the Berkeley Language Center. Reading and writing are developed through in-class exercises, independent reading projects, and compositions. This course is not open to native or heritage speakers of Swahili.