German Studies News
Fall 2018 News
November 1, 2018
When learning a new language, some of the hardest skills to master are that of pronunciation and perfecting grammar. Professor Sabine von Mering (GER) has created a new course for the Spring 2019 semester titled “GER 102B: Küche, kochen, Kuchen–gucken; Advanced Grammar, Pronunciation, and Baking in Cultural Context,” combining difficult language concepts with baking!
Held Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30–4:50 p.m., the class is taught in German and has a prerequisite of GER 30 or the equivalent. The course was designed in response to student demand.