The course provides an introduction to the practical mastery of spoken Javanese. Tuition concentrates on developing spoken competence in the modern, everyday form of the language as spoken in the Yogyakarta-Solo region. This is accomplished through drills, practice in pairs or in small groups, and role-plays. Both ngoko (low) and krama (high) levels of discourse are practised. Classes are conducted in tutorial style.
May be included as part of the Indonesian Major. Please seek course advice.
Mid-course oral examination (25%), end of course oral examination (25%), one written assignment (10%), four short quizzes (totalling 10%), final written examination (30%). Less than 75% attendance in class will result in failure in the course as a whole irrespective of marks obtained.
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Three hours a week.
Requisite and Incompatibility
George Quinn, Darti Ngilang (available through the Southeast Asia Centre)
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