Department of Asian Studies
Department of Asian Studies

Rodney Moag


Associate Prof Emeritus
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MAL 507 • First-Year Malayalam II

28015 • Spring 2004
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

First year Malayalam II (MAL 507) meets five hours per week and provides five hours of credit. Building on spoken Malayalam and grammar from the first semester, students will learn more advanced grammar of Malayalam. Reading and listening comprehension and translation passages will be used as course materials. Students will learn differences between speaking and writing the language through the lessons.   Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are also the part of this course. Both homework and in-­‐class assignments will play an important role in developing these skill. In-­‐class conversations are expected to be almost exclusively in Malayalam. Newspaper  materials, video clips, and pictures will be used in this semester.  All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 312L • Second-Year Malayalam II

28020 • Spring 2004
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Second year Malayalam II (MAL 312L) is geared towards training students in Malayalam literature and Kerala culture and advanced grammar of Malayalam. The class will meet three hours per week and will carry three hours of credit. To teach the language five essays, two stories , one movie and two poems will be used as lessons. Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are an important part of this course. Assignments and classroom exercise will be used to ensure students’ progress and proficiency. At the end of this course, the students will have good general knowledge about Kerala culture and Malayalam literature and grammar. All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

ANS 372 • South Asian Diaspora-W

27625 • Fall 2003
Meets TTH 2:00PM-3:30PM BAT 104
C2 (also listed as ANT 324L)

Please check back for updates.

MAL 506 • First-Year Malayalam I

28345 • Fall 2003
Meets MWF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 102

Standard Malayalam of Kerala.  This is a first semester introductory level course geared towards training students in the foundations of Malayalam which will encompass the learning of alphabets, bi- and multi-sentence structure and
informal conversational exchange.

MAL 312K • Second-Year Malayalam I

28350 • Fall 2003
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Prerequisite: Malayalam 507 with a grade of at least C.  Second year Malyalam I is geared toward training students in the acquisition of different styles of writing with the help of some selected essays and short stories.  By the end of the semester, students should be able to write and speak Malayalm without hesitation and narrate a specific topic.

MAL 360 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Lit

28355 • Fall 2003

Supervised individual study of selected problems in Malayalam language or literature.  Prerequisite: Malayalam 312L and written consent of instructor on form obtained from the undergraduate adviser.

MAL 507 • First-Year Malayalam II

27600 • Spring 2003
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

First year Malayalam II (MAL 507) meets five hours per week and provides five hours of credit. Building on spoken Malayalam and grammar from the first semester, students will learn more advanced grammar of Malayalam. Reading and listening comprehension and translation passages will be used as course materials. Students will learn differences between speaking and writing the language through the lessons.   Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are also the part of this course. Both homework and in-­‐class assignments will play an important role in developing these skill. In-­‐class conversations are expected to be almost exclusively in Malayalam. Newspaper  materials, video clips, and pictures will be used in this semester.  All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 312L • Second-Year Malayalam II

27605 • Spring 2003
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Second year Malayalam II (MAL 312L) is geared towards training students in Malayalam literature and Kerala culture and advanced grammar of Malayalam. The class will meet three hours per week and will carry three hours of credit. To teach the language five essays, two stories , one movie and two poems will be used as lessons. Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are an important part of this course. Assignments and classroom exercise will be used to ensure students’ progress and proficiency. At the end of this course, the students will have good general knowledge about Kerala culture and Malayalam literature and grammar. All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 381 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Cul

27615 • Spring 2003

Supervised individual study in Malayalam language or culture.  Prerequisite: Graduate standing and written consent of instructor on a form obtained from the graduate coordinator.

ANS 372 • South Asian Diaspora-W

27360 • Fall 2002
Meets TTH 2:00PM-3:30PM CAL 22
C2 (also listed as ANT 324L)

Please check back for updates.

MAL 506 • First-Year Malayalam I

28080 • Fall 2002
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

Standard Malayalam of Kerala.  This is a first semester introductory level course geared towards training students in the foundations of Malayalam which will encompass the learning of alphabets, bi- and multi-sentence structure and
informal conversational exchange.

MAL 312K • Second-Year Malayalam I

28085 • Fall 2002
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Prerequisite: Malayalam 507 with a grade of at least C.  Second year Malyalam I is geared toward training students in the acquisition of different styles of writing with the help of some selected essays and short stories.  By the end of the semester, students should be able to write and speak Malayalm without hesitation and narrate a specific topic.

MAL 381 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Cul

28095 • Fall 2002

Supervised individual study in Malayalam language or culture.  Prerequisite: Graduate standing and written consent of instructor on a form obtained from the graduate coordinator.

MAL 507 • First-Year Malayalam II

27730 • Spring 2002
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

First year Malayalam II (MAL 507) meets five hours per week and provides five hours of credit. Building on spoken Malayalam and grammar from the first semester, students will learn more advanced grammar of Malayalam. Reading and listening comprehension and translation passages will be used as course materials. Students will learn differences between speaking and writing the language through the lessons.   Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are also the part of this course. Both homework and in-­‐class assignments will play an important role in developing these skill. In-­‐class conversations are expected to be almost exclusively in Malayalam. Newspaper  materials, video clips, and pictures will be used in this semester.  All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 312L • Second-Year Malayalam II

27735 • Spring 2002
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Second year Malayalam II (MAL 312L) is geared towards training students in Malayalam literature and Kerala culture and advanced grammar of Malayalam. The class will meet three hours per week and will carry three hours of credit. To teach the language five essays, two stories , one movie and two poems will be used as lessons. Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are an important part of this course. Assignments and classroom exercise will be used to ensure students’ progress and proficiency. At the end of this course, the students will have good general knowledge about Kerala culture and Malayalam literature and grammar. All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 360 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Lit

27740 • Spring 2002

Supervised individual study of selected problems in Malayalam language or literature.  Prerequisite: Malayalam 312L and written consent of instructor on form obtained from the undergraduate adviser.

MAL 381 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Cul

27745 • Spring 2002

Supervised individual study in Malayalam language or culture.  Prerequisite: Graduate standing and written consent of instructor on a form obtained from the graduate coordinator.

ANS 372 • South Asian Diaspora-W

27775 • Fall 2001
Meets TTH 2:00PM-3:30PM PAR 8A
C2 (also listed as ANT 324L)

Please check back for updates.

MAL 506 • First-Year Malayalam I

28495 • Fall 2001
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

Standard Malayalam of Kerala.  This is a first semester introductory level course geared towards training students in the foundations of Malayalam which will encompass the learning of alphabets, bi- and multi-sentence structure and
informal conversational exchange.

MAL 312K • Second-Year Malayalam I

28500 • Fall 2001
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Prerequisite: Malayalam 507 with a grade of at least C.  Second year Malyalam I is geared toward training students in the acquisition of different styles of writing with the help of some selected essays and short stories.  By the end of the semester, students should be able to write and speak Malayalm without hesitation and narrate a specific topic.

MAL 360 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Lit

28505 • Fall 2001

Supervised individual study of selected problems in Malayalam language or literature.  Prerequisite: Malayalam 312L and written consent of instructor on form obtained from the undergraduate adviser.

MAL 381 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Cul

28510 • Fall 2001

Supervised individual study in Malayalam language or culture.  Prerequisite: Graduate standing and written consent of instructor on a form obtained from the graduate coordinator.

MAL 507 • First-Year Malayalam II

28105 • Spring 2001
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

First year Malayalam II (MAL 507) meets five hours per week and provides five hours of credit. Building on spoken Malayalam and grammar from the first semester, students will learn more advanced grammar of Malayalam. Reading and listening comprehension and translation passages will be used as course materials. Students will learn differences between speaking and writing the language through the lessons.   Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are also the part of this course. Both homework and in-­‐class assignments will play an important role in developing these skill. In-­‐class conversations are expected to be almost exclusively in Malayalam. Newspaper  materials, video clips, and pictures will be used in this semester.  All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 312L • Second-Year Malayalam II

28110 • Spring 2001
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Second year Malayalam II (MAL 312L) is geared towards training students in Malayalam literature and Kerala culture and advanced grammar of Malayalam. The class will meet three hours per week and will carry three hours of credit. To teach the language five essays, two stories , one movie and two poems will be used as lessons. Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are an important part of this course. Assignments and classroom exercise will be used to ensure students’ progress and proficiency. At the end of this course, the students will have good general knowledge about Kerala culture and Malayalam literature and grammar. All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

ANS 372 • South Asian Diaspora-W

27900 • Fall 2000
Meets TTH 2:00PM-3:30PM PAR 8A
C2 (also listed as ANT 324L)

Please check back for updates.

MAL 506 • First-Year Malayalam I

28590 • Fall 2000
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

Standard Malayalam of Kerala.  This is a first semester introductory level course geared towards training students in the foundations of Malayalam which will encompass the learning of alphabets, bi- and multi-sentence structure and
informal conversational exchange.

MAL 312K • Second-Year Malayalam I

28595 • Fall 2000
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Prerequisite: Malayalam 507 with a grade of at least C.  Second year Malyalam I is geared toward training students in the acquisition of different styles of writing with the help of some selected essays and short stories.  By the end of the semester, students should be able to write and speak Malayalm without hesitation and narrate a specific topic.

MAL 360 • Conf Crs In Mal Lang And Lit

28600 • Fall 2000

Supervised individual study of selected problems in Malayalam language or literature.  Prerequisite: Malayalam 312L and written consent of instructor on form obtained from the undergraduate adviser.

MAL 507 • First-Year Malayalam II

27610 • Spring 2000
Meets MTWTHF 11:00AM-12:00PM BAT 107

First year Malayalam II (MAL 507) meets five hours per week and provides five hours of credit. Building on spoken Malayalam and grammar from the first semester, students will learn more advanced grammar of Malayalam. Reading and listening comprehension and translation passages will be used as course materials. Students will learn differences between speaking and writing the language through the lessons.   Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are also the part of this course. Both homework and in-­‐class assignments will play an important role in developing these skill. In-­‐class conversations are expected to be almost exclusively in Malayalam. Newspaper  materials, video clips, and pictures will be used in this semester.  All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

MAL 312L • Second-Year Malayalam II

27615 • Spring 2000
Meets MWF 1:00PM-2:00PM BAT 107

Second year Malayalam II (MAL 312L) is geared towards training students in Malayalam literature and Kerala culture and advanced grammar of Malayalam. The class will meet three hours per week and will carry three hours of credit. To teach the language five essays, two stories , one movie and two poems will be used as lessons. Vocabulary development and dictionary usage are an important part of this course. Assignments and classroom exercise will be used to ensure students’ progress and proficiency. At the end of this course, the students will have good general knowledge about Kerala culture and Malayalam literature and grammar. All the lessons and materials will be provided in class.

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