- Code HIND2400
- Unit Value 6 units
This course continues with the development of listening and reading comprehension skills and with the development of oral and written communication. This includes the study of modern Hindi grammar and vocabulary, and training in and reflection on language learning strategies. It introduces students to the Nastaliq script used for writing Urdu and explores the relationships between Hindi and Urdu languages and literatures. The course introduces students to contemporary Hindi-Urdu literature, film and culture with a focus on post independence history of the India and Pakistan countries. Students will also reflect on concepts such as perceptions of the partition of India and Pakistan and how they are dealt with in literature and popular culture.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will:
1. Develop the linguistic skills—both grammatical and communicative—to move from an intermediate level of Hindi towards an advanced level of understanding.
2. Develop the listening and oral skills you need to understand and participate in everyday conversation in Hindi and progress to more discussion involving opinions and abstract ideas.
3. Develop the language learning strategies needed to engage with ‘real’ media
4. Demonstrate that they have learned about and reflected on a variety areas of socio-cultural information useful to intermediate/advanced learners of Hindi-Urdu.
5. Engaged with the learning of the Nastaliqu script for Urdu language and develop skills needed to understand the relationship between Hindi and Urdu.
6. Demonstrate generic skills, e.g., critical thinking, written and oral communication, research, teamwork.
Three outside-class written assignments – 1800 words - 45%
Ten weekly quizzes - 40 words each - 10%
One 1-hour in-class mid-semester test - 15%
One 10 minute final oral presentation - 15%
One 1-hour in-class final-semester test - 15%
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Three hours per week.
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|Class number||Class start date||Last day to enrol||Census date||Class end date||Mode Of Delivery||Class Summary|
|8504||18 Jul 2016||29 Jul 2016||31 Aug 2016||28 Oct 2016||In Person||N/A|