RUS 407 - First-Year Russian II
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester||Day & Time||Instructor||Course Fee||Register|
|RUS 407||First-Year Russian II||Summer 2020||MWF 10:00AM - 11:00AM||Frane Karabatic||$1100.00|
Russian 407 is the second of a three-semester online course designed to introduce you to the language and culture of one of the most influential and important regions of the world today. Russian is spoken by more than 200 million people in the former Soviet Union, and an additional 150 million throughout the world. Now you can speak it, too.
This course will be conducted entirely online, using a new multi-media curriculum developed at The University of Texas. All course content and materials will be delivered online and you will not need to purchase additional textbooks. Students will be required to meet as a class, along with the instructor, in a virtual classroom (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 10am-11am CST).
The pace of Russian 407 is designed to be moderately intensive. You should expect to do between 12 and 18 hours of work each week, depending on the types and number of activities assigned. Your assignments will require you to work independently a large portion of the time, but you can also expect to work with your classmates on various communication activities, including video recording conversations in Russian. Our goal is to introduce you to Russian language and culture and, by doing so, help you develop functional proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing. Additionally, we will be online, so you can expect to start learning to navigate the Russian language realm of the Internet, which is truly an entirely other world, replete its own social media, search engines and shopping hotspots.
Date & Location:
RUS 406 or 506.
No refunds after 7/16/2020.
This course is available for Summer 2020 through the UT Registrar. As a general campus policy, current UT students may enroll in University Extension courses only when the equivalent course is not available online through the Registrar. Students seeking an exception should contact their college advisor.