This fall, Rutgers students have the opportunity to enroll in Intermediate Ukrainian through the Big Ten Academic Alliance. Intermediate Ukrainian will be taught at Indiana University, and you may register through CourseShare, using the usual Rutgers web registration process.
01:617:201 Intermediate Ukrainian (through Course Share at Indiana University) 3 credits
The course is designed to develop students’ proficiency in all language skills (speaking, reading, writing, and listening) and to get them acquainted with Ukrainian culture. Emphasis is placed on communicative competence – active use of new speech models and structures from the dialogues in course readings, conversation, and listening comprehension. After successful completion of this course, all students are expected to acquire an ACTFL proficiency level of “Intermediate Low” in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Some participants may achieve “Intermediate Mid” or better in one or more areas. See https://www.actfl.org/publications/guidelines-and-manuals/actfl-proficiency-guidelines-2012 for details on the ACTFL proficiency rating system.
The class will meet MWF at 9-9:50 am. The semester starts on 8/22/2022 and runs through 12/16/2022. Students can join via Zoom.
To enroll in the class, please write to Program Coordinator Elizabeth deWolfe,