Learn IndonesianLevel: Lower Advanced
Start Date: 22 August 2014
Materials: Readings in Contemporary Media & Literature.
Prerequisite: IND-204 or equivalent language skills.
Delivery: Online  (+ optional conversational course IND-307 for UHM students )

The course explores the language of the contemporary Indonesian media. All texts are authentic reports from the Indonesian media, mainly taken from mainstream newspapers and magazines such as Tempo and Kompas, and supplemented with recorded radio reports and interviews. All texts are supplemented with interactive exercises, and homework assignments, that will be corrected and returned by the instructor. Students will interact with other students using the discussion forum.

IND 305 is aimed for speakers with at least intermediate proficiency in Indonesian. The objective of this course is to progress linguistically, as well as to develop an awareness of the contemporary social context; there will be an even balance between language and content. The course will familiarise students with the language of the media as employed in the contemporary Indonesian press and promoting the development of strong reading and writing skills at both colloquial and formal levels. For more information please consult the course syllabus.
The e-course will enable participating students to advance their proficiency in Indonesian towards a truly advanced level.

For further questions, please see our page on Most Frequently Asked Questions.

To assist you in determining your proficiency level in the Indonesian language, you must, prior to enrollment, complete the UHM Placement Test for the Indonesian Language.

If you are not a UH student you must enroll through the UH Outreach College.

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