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Advanced Yiddish (YID398)
September 2020 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: demonstrate proficiency in listening, comprehension, reading and writing necessary for useful communication in the workplace and social situation in the Yiddish language; read and understand texts of familiar and academic topics; communicate ideas and needs in writing with sufficient accuracy for most social and formal settings. Grammar reflects the ability to manipulate language with some proficiency in a variety of tenses.
Students prepare for this proficiency examination using Yiddish language texts focusing on grammar and vocabulary and aural comprehension materials. Students use Yiddish language texts to prepare for the reading and writing sections.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 4 semester hours in Yiddish (3/21). NOTE: Only students who receive 6 credits on the Elementary Yiddish (YID198) exam AND 6 credits on the Intermediate Yiddish (YID297) exam may earn up to 4 semester hours on the Advanced Yiddish exam.