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  • Courses — French — Carthage College
    native French speakers and cultural events Prerequisite French 1020 or equivalent Spring only 2020 Intermediate French II 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Expanding on French 2010 this course provides original texts film media music and cross cultural experiences Students speak and read using all verb tenses and a broad range of structures and vocabulary They create original compositions at their level geared to their interests Prerequisite French 2010 or equivalent Fall only 3010 Advanced French I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This course continues the linguistic and cultural experiences of 2010 2020 Grammar and phonetics are studied in relation to the language skills the students have acquired Cultural inquiry and current foreign events are emphasized Original compositions are linked to course goals as well as student interests Majors and minors are required to pass a target language proficiency exam during the term in which they take 3010 Prerequisite French 2020 or equivalent Fall Spring 3030 French Conversation 1 credit 1 credit Instructor French Target Language Experts An opportunity for extended use of the target language to improve oral fluency and proficiency A wide range of communicative opportunities will encourage active exploration of the target culture The course can be repeated for up to a total of 4 credits S or U Prerequisite French 3010 or equivalency or consent of department chair Fall Spring 3080 The French Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn about social political and economic issues affecting the French speaking world using a variety of media and texts Issues will be contextualized in the contemporary world and examination of their historical background will further students understanding of these issues in their cultural context Prerequisite French 3010 or consent of instructor Alternate Fall Semesters 3090 The French Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will study major currents of cultural and intellectual life in French speaking regions Topics will range from high culture to daily life Students will examine the historical background of cultural manifestations A variety of media including printed texts will guide students understanding of both past and present cultural life Prerequisite French 3010 or consent of instructor Althernate Fall Semesters 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in French HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn to read and discuss in French a range of French texts They will be exposed to the French literary tradition and learn to interpret textual intentions and assumptions Prerequisite French 3010 Spring 400 Topics in French 1 4 credits 1 4 credits Instructor Staff Intensive study of specific topics relating to French literature and culture Prerequisite French 3080 or 3090 and 3110 and GNR 3510 or consent of the instructor Fall 4010 Senior Seminar in French 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff A capstone experience in which the students will study the theoretical foundations of French studies cultural as well as literary They will be introduced to the problems of

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  • Courses — German — Carthage College
    compositions at their level geared to their interests Prerequisite German 2010 or equivalent Fall Only 3010 Advanced German I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This course continues the linguistic and cultural experiences of 2010 2020 Grammar and phonetics are studied in relation to the language skills the students have acquired Cultural inquiry and current foreign events are emphasized Original compositions are linked to course goals as well as student interests Majors and minors are required to pass a target language proficiency exam during the term in which they take 3010 Prerequisite German 2020 or equivalent Spring Only 3030 German Conversation 1 credit 1 credit Instructor German Target Language Experts An opportunity for extended use of the target language to improve oral fluency and proficiency A wide range of communicative opportunities will encourage active exploration of the target culture The course can be repeated for up to a total of 4 credits S or U Prerequisite German 3010 or equivalent or consent of department chair Fall Spring 3080 The German Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn about social political and economic issues affecting the German speaking world using a variety of media and texts Issues will be discussed within the context of the contemporary world and examination of their historical background will further students understanding of these issues in their cultural context Prerequisite German 3010 or consent of instructor Alternate Fall Semesters 3090 The German Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will study major currents of cultural and intellectual life in German speaking regions Topics will range from high culture to daily life The course will examine the historical background of cultural manifestations A variety of media including printed texts will

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  • Courses — Japanese — Carthage College
    reading and writing are now entering into a preliminarily interpretative mode while we continue to expand the interpersonal one Basic grammar patterns will be thoroughly taught By the end of the course orally in a communicable manner the students are expected to have the basic survival abilities to live in Japanese society using fundamental Japanese language structures and common vocabulary related to everyday and communication needs Some basic Japanese honorific forms will also be introduced Students are expected to master 200 Kanji and to be able to write greeting letters career objectives diaries and memos among other simple writings Prerequisite JPN 2010 and JPN 2011 Corequisite JPN 2021 Spring 2021 Elementary Oral Japanese II 1 credit 4 credits Instructor Staff This course must be taken concurrently with Japanese 2020 Japanese 2021 is an oral class and enhances the speaking aspect of Japanese 2020 It meets once a week to expand students oral competence in dealing with topics and themes presented in the regular Japanese 2020 class Prerequisite JPN 2010 and JPN 2011 Corequisite JPN 2020 Spring 2070 Calligraphy and Chinese Japanese Language 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Yang Wang This course integrates language and cultural studies through calligraphy the writing of Chenese Hanzi and Japanese Kanji It is open to both language and non language students This course carries a Global Heritage designation It is conducted in English Fall or Spring 3010 Intermediate Japanese I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Wang This course will complete the study of basic Japanese grammar and syntax The four basic language skills listening speaking reading and writing are mainly in an interpretative mode The communicative context is idea or opinion oriented and requires interpretative subjective and emotional expressions and responses Orally in a culturally and pragmatically appropriate manner the students are expected to initiate sustain and expand conversations on various topics beyond their daily lives Cultural differences and social relationships will be introduced and brought to discussions in Japanese as vital aspects of cultural studies By the end of the term the students will have been introduced to all the basic grammar patterns of Japanese and will have mastered a total of at least 300 Kanji Prerequisite JPN 2020 and JPN 2021 Corequisite JPN 3011 Fall 3011 Intermediate Oral Japanese I 1 credit 1 credit Instructor Staff This course must be taken concurrently with Japanese 3010 Japanese 3011 is an oral class and enhances the speaking aspect of Japanese 3010 It meets once a week to expand students oral competence in dealing with topics and themes presented in the regular Japanese 3010 class Prerequisite JPN 2020 and JPN 2021 Corequisite JPN 3010 Fall 3020 Intermediate Japanese II 4 credits 4 credit Instructor Wang In this course we further practice in speaking listening reading and writing to attain a more authentic and more native like language acquisition While listening speaking reading and writing skills are still developed in an interpretative mode they progress towards a presentational direction The communicative context at 3020 level represents a

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  • Courses — Spanish — Carthage College
    level geared to their interests Prerequisite Spanish 2010 or equivalent Fall Spring 3010 Advanced Spanish I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This course continues the linguistic and cultural experiences of 2010 2020 Grammar and phonetics are studied in relation to the language skills the students have acquired Cultural inquiry and current foreign events are emphasized Original compositions are linked to course goals as well as student interests Majors and minors are required to pass a target language proficiency exam during the term in which they take 3010 Prerequisite Spanish 2020 or equivalent Fall Spring 3030 Spanish Conversation 1 credit 1 credit Instructor Spanish Target Language Experts An opportunity for extended use of the target language to improve oral fluency and proficiency A wide range of communicative opportunities will encourage active exploration of the target culture The course can be repeated for up to a total of 4 credits S or U Prerequisite Spanish 3010 or consent of the instructor Fall Spring 3040 Spanish Composition 2 4 credits 2 credits Instructor Staff The course will focus on writing as a process Using the workshop format students will be involved in the different stages of writing from the beginning to end Prerequisites Students writing will be evaluated in 3010 Those students who would benefit from further writing opportunities will enroll in 3040 before they are permitted to enroll in courses above 3010 Prerequisite Spanish 3010 Fall Spring 3050 Intensive Spanish Encounter 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff This intensive conversation course will increase the student s ability to express themselves orally in a wide variety of everyday situations while interacting with the Hidivic culture Contact with the larger Hidivic community off campus as well as contextualized in class course activities will improve overall oral expression and extend awareness of cultural practices Prerequisite Spanish 3010 3080 The Spanish Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn about social political and economic issues affecting the Spanish speaking world using a variety of media and texts Issues will be discussed within the context of the contemporary world and examination of the historical background will further students understanding of these issues in their cultural context Prerequisite Spanish 3010 or consent of instructor 3090 The Spanish Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will study major currents of cultural and intellectual life in Spanish speaking regions Topics will range from high culture to daily life Students will examine the historical background of cultural manifestations A variety of media including printed texts will guide students understanding of both past and present cultural life Prerequisite Spanish 3010 or consent of instructor 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in Spanish HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Staff Students will learn to read and discuss in Spanish a range of Spanish texts They will be exposed to the Spanish literary tradition and learn to interpret textual intentions and assumptions Prerequisite Spanish 3010 400 Topics in Spanish

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  • Fitness Requirement — Exercise and Sports Science — Carthage College
    The P E experiences are graded S U Please note Current students should follow the printed version of the College Catalog and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met In addition upon completion of the above course all students are required to pass one of the following seven week courses in a lifetime or fitness activity 1 cr EXS 0020 Walking for Fitness EXS 0030 Strength Training EXS 0050 Rock Climbing EXS 0060 Racquetball EXS 0070 Lacrosse EXS 0110 Badminton EXS 0130 Golf EXS 0140 Tennis EXS 0160 Water Aerobics EXS 0170 Conditioning EXS 0180 Aerobics EXS 0190 Beginning Swimming EXS 0200 Lifeguard Training EXS 0210 Water Safety Instructor EXS 0220 Swimming for Fitness EXS 0230 Handball EXS 0240 Yoga EXS 0250 Martial Arts EXS 0260 Recreational Sports EXS 0500 Pilates EXS 0410 Ballet I EXS 0420 Ballet II EXS 0430 Tap EXS 0440 Jazz Dance I EXS 0450 Jazz Dance II EXS 0460 Ballroom Dance EXS 0470 Modern Dance EXS 0490 International Dance Folk Only EXS 0010 Concepts of Physical Fitness and one life time fitness activity count toward the 138 credits required for graduation A student who participates on an athletic

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  • Chapel Series — Chapel — Carthage College
    the session to dialogue Surprising gripping problems that cannot be fit into classroom syllabi Come to meet the real person behind the teacher Wednesdays Chapel 10 30 a m Siebert Chapel A 20 minute service of song prayer scripture The traditional mid week moment when all offices close to recognize the right of every Carthage community member to a period of reflection Student statements the best of Carthage Music Department

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  • Chapel Schedule — Chapel — Carthage College
    Catholics at Carthage Catholic Mass Schedule Ministries Worship Spaces Pastoral Care College Pastor Let s Talk Video Series Religious Life Chapel Schedule Worship and Lectionary Wednesday morning services at 10 30 a m in A F Siebert Chapel Sunday evening services at 10 p m in Joan C Potente Chapel Sunday evening Catholic Mass at 7 30 p m in A F Siebert Chapel see schedule Chapel Schedule Worship and

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  • Carthage Mass Schedule — Catholics at Carthage — Chapel — Carthage College
    Life Mass Schedule Catholic Mass is offered on many Sunday evenings while school is in session All take place at 7 30 p m in A F Siebert Chapel with Father Marco presiding For more information please contact Edith Padgett the Catholic Campus Minister at Carthage by e mail or by calling 262 496 6203 Mass will be held on the following dates for the Spring Semester March 3 March

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