HIND 102 is intended for students who have completed HIND 101 or who test at the 0+/1 level of Hindi. This course aims to enhance speaking, listening, reading, and writing abilities, as well as knowledge of region’s culture, learned in HIND 101. Students will have access to language resources (including vocabulary and scenarios) relevant to corporate and strategic security professions, providing them with extra vocabulary and practice in using the language in current or future career fields. This course teaches Hindi (simplified).
Prerequisite (or successful completion of language test):
Employ information literacy skills by using technology to locate expanded information about the language, culture of the countries in which the language is spoken, and its vocabulary.
Demonstrate ability to think critically and problem-solve in comprehending slow and clear speech in the standard language dialect about job, family, self, short, simple texts, simple instructions, descriptions of some familiar persons, places, and things.
Apply knowledge of the language to comprehend routine questions about job, immediate family, self, short notes, advertisements, public announcements, and maps, basic instructions and directions, slow and repeated conversation prompts, and simple statements about background and occupations.
Demonstrate inferential awareness of the cultures and societies associated with the regions in which the language is spoken.
Communicate clearly and effectively in short simple sentences to order a basic meal, get to nearby places, arrange for board and transportation, and buy necessities (tickets, groceries, or clothing).
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