Aurora University Class Schedules - Summer Term 2018 - HIS (History)

CRS RIDCODETITLELOCATIONCREDITSSTART/END/BLDG/RM/ACT/TIME*INSTRUCTORCOMMENTS
63176HIS 2880 UM 02T/S:immersion Exp to FranceTravel-Based Program4.0005/07/18 05/26/18 INST 124 STA MTW 10:00AM 03:00PM
05/07/18 05/26/18 INST 124 STA TH 10:00AM 04:00PM
Terri L. Schroth
John McCormack
No prior French is required to enroll in this course. You can be a complete beginner of French or more advanced. The course content at AU will be in English with some basic French vocabulary and cultural discussions (in English). The course content in France will be in French (at your level of French-complete beginner to more advanced) for a couple of hours for the weekday mornings. The rest of the activities and course content will be in English or in French with English translations. Instructional methods will include lecture and practice activities, Small group and pair activities,individual and group presentations, writing and reading assignments, fieldtrips, excursions, and school activities in France. Pre-Departure at AU: This travel course will give specific focus to our travel destination-the Marseille/Aix-en-Provence (Provence) region. Prior to departure, we will meet for several days AU's campus to discuss the following topics: a study abroad/travel course orientation and host families; brief discussion prior to departure of Antiquite/Ancient Times (i.e., Nimes/Arles/Carcassonne/Narbonne) and the Moyen Age/Middle Ages (i.e., Avignon, Aix-en-Provence); current French and European Union context/recent history); immigration (colonization/decolonization) with a focus on Marseille; humanities and French love of the arts (focus on the region), such as famous artists of the region (i.e., Emile Zola, Paul Cezanne), an overview of local museums, and a love of theater (focus on Avignon); and a few French lessons. Students will choose a topic of research based on their initial interests. Students will present a topic prior to departure and their research in France and assessment in France/final interview and project will reflect this topic. FRN/HIS 2880 students, this course fulfills the general education requirement Cultures and Civilizations HUM 2880 students, this course fulfills the general education requirement Creative and Artistic Expression Course Types: Hide course from WebAdvis
63177HIS 3880 UM 02T/S:immersion Exp to FranceTravel-Based Program4.0005/07/18 05/26/18 INST 124 STA MTW 10:00AM 03:00PM
05/07/18 05/26/18 INST 124 STA TH 10:00AM 04:00PM
Terri L. Schroth
John McCormack
No prior French is required to enroll in this course. You can be a complete beginner of French or more advanced. The course content at AU will be in English with some basic French vocabulary and cultural discussions (in English). The course content in France will be in French (at your level of French-complete beginner to more advanced) for a couple of hours for the weekday mornings. The rest of the activities and course content will be in English or in French with English translations. Instructional methods will include lecture and practice activities, Small group and pair activities,individual and group presentations, writing and reading assignments, fieldtrips, excursions, and school activities in France. Pre-Departure at AU: This travel course will give specific focus to our travel destination-the Marseille/Aix-en-Provence (Provence) region. Prior to departure, we will meet for several days AU's campus to discuss the following topics: a study abroad/travel course orientation and host families; brief discussion prior to departure of Antiquite/Ancient Times (i.e., Nimes/Arles/Carcassonne/Narbonne) and the Moyen Age/Middle Ages (i.e., Avignon, Aix-en-Provence); current French and European Union context/recent history); immigration (colonization/decolonization) with a focus on Marseille; humanities and French love of the arts (focus on the region), such as famous artists of the region (i.e., Emile Zola, Paul Cezanne), an overview of local museums, and a love of theater (focus on Avignon); and a few French lessons. Students will choose a topic of research based on their initial interests. Students will present a topic prior to departure and their research in France and assessment in France/final interview and project will reflect this topic. FRN/HIS 2880 students, this course fulfills the general education requirement Cultures and Civilizations HUM 2880 students, this course fulfills the general education requirement Creative and Artistic Expression Course Types: Hide course from WebAdvis

* The indicated start and end times refer to the general time frame in which the course is offered (most often a standard term). The actual first or last class for a particular course may not occur on the date indicated.

January 18, 2019