These learning outcomes are meant only as sample and are not representative of Santa Ana College's learning outcomes.
VIET 401 Elementary Vietnamese
demonstrate conceptual, intermittent but non-sustained control of learned, high frequency expressions and phrases in conversation and writing in Vietnamese. These include enumerating, asking and answering routine questions, talking about future plans, including weekends and evening, and giving simple instructions.
create lists, write simple messages, and supply basic biographical information using simple sentences in Vietnamese.
speak and write Vietnamese in a manner intelligible to sympathetic listeners used to communicating with non-native speakers. These spoken and written messages will consist of short responses and questions using basic vocabulary.
demonstrate knowledge of the geography and an understanding of the culture of the regions where Vietnamese is spoken and the contribution of the Chinese, French, and other ethnic minorities.
VIET 402 Elementary Vietnamese
demonstrate increased conceptual understanding and more sustained control of learned, high-frequency expressions and phrases in conversation and writing in Vietnamese than they were capable of in the first semester course.
enumerate, ask and answer routine questions in Vietnamese.
talk about future plans, including weekends and evenings, in Vietnamese.
give simple instructions in Vietnamese.
write compositions which involve listing, writing simple messages, and supplying basic biographical information in Vietnamese.
speak Vietnamese using short responses and questions with a broader vocabulary than that used in the first semester course and do so with increasing accuracy.
demonstrate knowledge of geography and an understanding of the culture of the regions where Vietnamese is spoken, including art, architecture, music, dance, literary figures, recording artists, and other cultural activities
Source: Sacramento City College