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Level courses

German A1.1

Lecture number
042033y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/27/2018 to 06/27/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 065
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 03/14/2018 to 06/20/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 065

Lecturers

  • Eleonora Zheleznikova

Description

Target group:

The "German Language Course A1.1" is for students without any previous knowledge of German.

Course content:

The focus of this course is on basic knowledge of the German language, including everyday conversational topics and situations, German grammar, and vocabulary.

You will learn, e.g., how to greet each other, ask for name, address, telephone number and subject of studies, talk about your family, understand the clock times, listen to a radio interview or talk about cultural events.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following books to the first lesson:

DaF kompakt neu A1, Kurs- und Übungsbuch, chapters 1-4

ISBN: 978-3-12-676313-4

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

German A1.2

Lecture number
042028y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoomGroup
Wed16:00 to 20:00weekly03/14/2018 to 06/27/2018RIG 4011
Sat14:00 to 18:00single04/07/2018HEL 0641
Wed16:00 to 20:00weekly03/14/2018 to 06/27/2018TRO 1052

Lecturers

  • Julia Wessely
  • Lisa Hadler

Description

Target group:

The "German Language Course A1.2" is for students with some previous knowledge of German, who have successfully completed the A1.1 level, or have approximately 60 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in an A1.2 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=daf&questclass=A1

Course content:

The focus of this course is on basic knowledge of the German language, including everyday conversational topics and situations, German grammar, and vocabulary.

You will learn, e.g., to understand a website, note down assignments and react to them, receive and give directions, understand a simple e-mail and reply to it etc.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Bitte bringen Sie folgendes Buch zum Unterrichtsbeginn mit:

DaF kompakt neu A1, Kurs- und Übungsbuch, Lektion 5-8

ISBN: 978-3-12-676313-4

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

German A2.2

Lecture number
042029y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/27/2018 to 06/27/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 064
Fri. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/22/2018 to 06/22/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 064
Fri. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 06/08/2018 to 06/08/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 162
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 03/14/2018 to 06/20/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 162

Lecturers

  • Dr. Eleni Daoutsali-Karapanos

Description

Target group:

The "German Language Course A2.2" is for students with previous knowledge of German, who have achieved an A1 level in German plus A2.1, or have approximately 180 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in an A2.2 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=daf&questclass=A2

Course content:

The course continues where the A2.1 course finished. The focus of this course is on basic knowledge of the German language, including everyday conversational topics and situations, German grammar, and vocabulary.

Students will learn to understand a radio announcement, to make a mini-presentation, to write a story and correct it, to make a picture description and to talk about proverbs, etc.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following books on your first day of class:

Netzwerk A2.2, Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch mit DVD und 2 Audio-CDs, chapters 7-12

ISBN: 978-3-12-606143-8

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

German B1.2

Lecture number
042030y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Thu. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/28/2018 to 06/28/2018 Gebäude Riga 4 - RIG 401
Sat. 09:00 to 13:00 Single 04/21/2018 to 04/21/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 163
Thu. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 03/15/2018 to 06/20/2018 Gebäude Riga 4 - RIG 401

Lecturers

  • Lisa Pröger

Description

Target group:

The "German Language Course B1.2" is for students who have achieved an A2 level in German plus  B1.1, or have approximately 300 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in a B1.2 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=daf&questclass=B1

Course content:

The course continues where the B1.1 course finished. The focus of this course is on basic knowledge of the German language, including everyday conversational topics and situations, as well as German grammar, and vocabulary.

You will learn, e.g., to develop a business concept, write a letter to the editor, talk about the characters in a novel, file a complaint or hold a short presentation etc.

Course participants will participate in games, discussions, and presentations to practice grammatical topics as well as everyday and specific speaking situations.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following books on your first day of class:

Aspekte neu B1 plus, Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch mit Audio-CD, Teil 2, chapters 6-10

ISBN: 978-3-12-605019-7

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

German B2.2

Lecture number
042031y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language course
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/27/2018 to 06/27/2018 Gebäude Oslo - OSL 236
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 03/14/2018 to 06/20/2018 Gebäude Oslo - OSL 236

Lecturers

  • Franziska von Schroeders

Description

Target group:

The language course "German Language Course B2.2" is suitable for students with advanced knowledge who have achieved a B1 level in German plus B2.1 or have approximately 420 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in a B2.2 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=mittelpunkt&questclass=B2

Course content:

The course continues where the B2.1 course finished. The course consolidates knowledge of German at lower levels and expands  to content that is more complex. The focus of this course is on the expansion of vocabulary, written expression, and talking about controversial topics. Students will expand their means of communication and deepen their understanding of grammar.

Students will give presentations on political and cultural topics from everyday life. Extemporaneous speaking and presentations will be given in front of an audience. Students will practice presentations in academic settings, as well as the creation of an accompanying handout. Other mediated strategies and work techniques include: understand reviews (book review), information from several texts, structured writing, use notes for summaries and text coherence.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following books on your first day of class:

Aspekte neu B2, Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch mit Audio-CD, Teil 2, chapters 6-10

ISBN: 978-3-12-605028-9

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

German C1.2

Lecture number
043032y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Laguage courses
Registration deadline
02/27/2018
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Single 06/27/2018 to 06/27/2018 Gebäude Oslo - OSL 235
Wed. 16:00 to 20:00 Weekly 03/14/2018 to 06/20/2018 Gebäude Oslo - OSL 235

Lecturers

Description

Target group:

The "German Language Course C1.2" is suitable for students with advanced German language knowledge who have achieved a B2 level in German plus C1.1 or have approximately 580 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in a C1.2 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=mittelpunkt&questclass=C1

Course content:

The course continues where the C1.1 course finished. The linguistic skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) are trained and further developed in the areas of work, business, media and language. Grammatical structures, bound to topics and communication contexts, are expanded, extended and deepened according to communicative needs.

Students acquire the following learning strategies and working techniques: active listening, writing a summary, lectures, making texts in a variety of ways, literary texts.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

There will be a written exam on the second to last or last day of the course.

Literature

Please bring the following books on your first day of class:

Aspekte neu C1, Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch 3, Teil 2 mit Audio-CD, chapters 6-10

ISBN: 978-3-12-605038-8

Registration

Unfortunately this course is already booked out. Registration is not possible anymore.

Supplementary courses C1-Level

German (Campus) "Presenting and discussing"

Lecture number
042034y
Semester
Spring semester 2018
Type
Language class
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

Day Time Recurrence Duration Room
Fri. 15:00 to 17:00 Single 05/04/2018 to 05/04/2018 Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 066
Tue. 16:00 to 18:00 Weekly 03/13/2018 to 05/08/2018 Trondheim 1 - TRO 102

Lecturers

  • Marianne Anderson

Description

Target group:

The course "Campus Deutsch - Präsentieren und Diskutieren" is aimed at students who are transitioning from general language education to language for specific purposes. The course is suitable for students at the C1 level who have either successfully completed the B2 course or have approximately 500 classroom hours of German language instruction and have taken the placement test suggesting participating in a C1 class.

http://einstufungstests.klett-sprachen.de/einstufung/index.php?questname=mittelpunkt&questclass=C1

Course content:

This course is meant to support you to master your studies linguistically and methodologically. The focus of this course is on presenting scientific content and having a discussion. You will learn and demonstrate the basic principles of presenting, the different forms of discussions, and techniques for moderating discussions.

Regular and active participation is required for successful completion of the course. This includes the completion of homework in order to continue practicing and consolidating what has been learned in the classroom.

To receive a certificate of achievement you have to give a short presentation, followed by chairing a short discussion and handing in a text related to the presentation (e.g. a handout).

Literature

Please bring the following book on your first day of class:

Campus Deutsch - Präsentieren und Diskutieren

ISBN 978-3-19-201003-3

Registration

Anna Lambert

Tel.:
+49 461 805 2097
Fax:
+49 461 805 952028
anna.lambert-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes-@uni-flensburg.de
Gebäude Helsinki - HEL 036