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Mahshad Mohit

Lecturer
Unit: College of Arts and Sciences
Department: Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures
Office location and address
1605 Jefferson Park Ave
Charlottesville, Virginia 22904
PERS 1010: Elementary Persian
Credits: 4
Introductory language sequence focusing on reading, writing, comprehending, and speaking modern Persian through audio-lingual methods. Persian grammar is introduced through sentence patterns in the form of dialogues and monologues.
PERS 1020: Elementary Persian
Credits: 4
Introductory language sequence focusing on reading, writing, comprehending, and speaking modern Persian through audio-lingual methods. Persian grammar is introduced through sentence patterns in the form of dialogues and monologues. Prerequisite: PERS 1010 or equivalent, or instructor permission.
PERS 2010: Intermediate Persian
Credits: 4
Each course focuses on the development of reading, writing, and speaking skills. Special attention is paid to reading comprehension using selections from classical and modern Persian prose and poetry, preparing students for advanced studies in Indo-Persian language and literature. Prerequisite: PERS 1020 or equivalent, or instructor permission.
PERS 2020: Intermediate Persian
Credits: 4
Each course focuses on the development of reading, writing, and speaking skills. Special attention is paid to reading comprehension using selections from classical and modern Persian prose and poetry, preparing students for advanced studies in Indo-Persian language and literature. Prerequisite: PERS 1020 or equivalent, or instructor permission.
PERS 3010: Advanced Persian I
Credits: 3
This course is designed to introduce the students to the world of Persian prose literature. We will read a variety of prose genre. We will look at the semantics, morphology, and syntax and analyze the topic vis-à-vis these aspects. Prerequisite: PERS 2020 or equivalent
PERS 3019: Language House Conversation
Credits: 1
For students residing in the Persian group in Shea House. Prerequisite: instructor permission.
PERS 3020: Advanced Persian
Credits: 3
The goal of this course is to increase student's efficiency in reading modern texts; ranging from literary prose fiction to news media excerpts, to poetry. although the students will be expected to learn grammatical structures emphasis will be placed on the functional usage of the language and on communication in context. Prerequisites: Persian 3010 or instructor's permission.
PERS 3029: Language House Conversation
Credits: 1
For students residing in the Persian group in Shea House. Prerequisite: instructor permission.
PERS 4993: Independent Study in Persian
Credits: 1–3
Independent study for advanced students of Persian. Prerequisite: Instructor permission.