Clackamas Community College

German (GER)

GER-101  First-Year German I  
4 credits, Fall  

Introduces the sound system and basic structural patterns of German. Develops the skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Teaches recognition of cultural similarities and differences. First of a three-term 1st year sequence.

Recommended: WRD-098 or placement in WR-121  
GER-102  First-Year German II  
4 credits, Winter  

Introduces the sound system and basic structural patterns of German. Develops the skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Teaches recognition of cultural similarities and differences. Second of a three-term 1st year sequence.

Prerequisites: GER-101 or Student Petition  
GER-103  First-Year German III  
4 credits, Spring  

Introduces the sound system and basic structural patterns of German. Develops the skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Teaches recognition of cultural similarities and differences. Third of a three-term 1st year sequence.

Prerequisites: GER-102  
GER-201  Second-Year German I  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Provides opportunities to review and expand language skills to the point of intermediate proficiency through reading, writing, hearing and talking about contemporary issues in US and German-speaking countries. First of a three-term second year course.

Prerequisites: GER-103  
GER-202  Second-Year German II  
4 credits, Not Offered Every Year  

Provides opportunities to review and expand language skills to the point of intermediate proficiency through reading, writing, hearing and talking about contemporary issues in US and German-speaking countries. Second of a three-term second year course.

Prerequisites: GER-201  
GER-203  Second-Year German III  
4 credits, Spring  

Provides opportunities to review and expand language skills to the point of intermediate proficiency through reading, writing, hearing and talking about contemporary issues in US and German-speaking countries. Third of a three-term second year course.

Prerequisites: GER-202