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Introductory Uzbek I
Catalog Number CEUS-U 171/353
Malik Hodjaev

THIS CLASS IS TAUGHT VIA INTERACTIVE TV.
ENROLLMENT IN THIS SECTION IS LIMITED TO NON-IU STUDENTS AT PARTICIPATING CIC UNIVERSITIES.
IU STUDENTS SHOULD ENROLL IN CEUS-U 171 14827 or CEUS-U 353 14843



Course Objectives

The first-year Uzbek I course introduces students to the basics of the literary language of Uzbekistan. During the course the students develop their skills in listening, reading and writing while learning about literary Uzbek and the Uzbek culture.

During the course students learn grammar and vocabulary. Conversation and reading practice, journals and newspapers are used to illustrate modern life in Uzbekistan. Students use the Internet, e-mail to watch and listen to authentic Uzbek language materials.

Required texts and materials:

Marhamat: Uzbek Course book for Beginners with 2 audio CDs. AWB Publishing. 2002

Assignments

Classroom attendance and participation are mandatory.
Assignments include homework, projects, quizzes and tests, midterm and final exams