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Spanish

Level Courses

Spanish A1 - Gr.1

Lecture number
042052c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Thu.4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Weekly12/03 - 25/06/2020TRO 203
Thu.4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Exam25/06/2020TRO 203

Lecturers

  • Mariana Schaich

Description

The "Spanish A1 Language Course" is suitable for learners without any previous knowledge. It is about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Spanish language. It is based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions, nationality and language, addresses and numbers, etc.) and is designed to provide a basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary. The main topics covered in the vocabulary development are: the Spanish alphabet, character traits and hobbies, tourism and holidays, means of transport and seasons, colours, clothes and objects.
The grammar focuses on: the numbers, the forms of the subject pronoun, the particular article, the demonstrative pronoun, the noun, genus and numerus, the possessive pronoun, describing holiday habits, indicative present, the direct and indirect object pronoun.

The course takes place during the semester with 2 SWS and is designed in such a way that the participants complete level A1 according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester. Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following course book with you to your first lesson:
Gente hoy 1st level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 1-4

Registration

Spanish A1 - Gr.2

Lecture number
042053c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Weekly10/03 - 23/06/2020MAD 131
Tue.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Exam23/06/2020MAD 131

Lecturers

  • Ernesto Abundis

Description

The "Spanish A1 Language Course" is suitable for learners without any previous knowledge. It is about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Spanish language. It is based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions, nationality and language, addresses and numbers, etc.) and is designed to provide a basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary. The main topics covered in the vocabulary development are: the Spanish alphabet, character traits and hobbies, tourism and holidays, means of transport and seasons, colours, clothes and objects.
The grammar focuses on: the numbers, the forms of the subject pronoun, the particular article, the demonstrative pronoun, the noun, genus and numerus, the possessive pronoun, describing holiday habits, indicative present, the direct and indirect object pronoun.

The course takes place during the semester with 2 SWS and is designed in such a way that the participants complete level A1 according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester. Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following course book with you to your first lesson:
Gente hoy 1st level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 1-4

Registration

Spanish A1 - Gr.3

Lecture number
042064c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Thu.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Weekly12/03 - 25/06/2020MAD 130
Thu.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Exam25/06/2020MAD 130

Lecturers

  • Ana Coll Revuelta

Description

The "Spanish A1 Language Course" is suitable for learners without any previous knowledge. It is about teaching the first basic knowledge of the Spanish language. It is based on everyday conversation topics and situations (greetings and introductions, nationality and language, addresses and numbers, etc.) and is designed to provide a basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary. The main topics covered in the vocabulary development are: the Spanish alphabet, character traits and hobbies, tourism and holidays, means of transport and seasons, colours, clothes and objects.
The grammar focuses on: the numbers, the forms of the subject pronoun, the particular article, the demonstrative pronoun, the noun, genus and numerus, the possessive pronoun, describing holiday habits, indicative present, the direct and indirect object pronoun.

The course takes place during the semester with 2 SWS and is designed in such a way that the participants complete level A1 according to the European Framework of Reference for Languages in one semester. Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following course book with you to your first lesson:
Gente hoy 1st level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 1-4

Registration

Spanish A1 + A2

Lecture number
042056c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mo.2 p.m. to 6 p.m.Weekly09/03 - 22/06/2020TRO 205
Mo.2 p.m. to 6 p.m.Exam22/06/2020TRO 205

Lecturers

Description

Target audience
The Intensive Spanish Course A1+A2 is suitable for students with no previous knowledge or little knowledge.

Course description
In a university context, part of the learning process usually has to take place outside the lecture hall. Therefore, this language course is structured according to the Flipped Classroom principle and offers learners the opportunity to acquire content independently and to use this knowledge in the course: They research a topic, deal with various documents (written texts, videos, audio...), reflect on grammar and vocabulary topics. The aim is to use the valuable attendance time for more intensive collaboration and meaningful interaction and to fully exploit this potential for learning the Spanish language.

Literature

Please bring the following course book with you:
Campus Sur A1-B1: Kursbuch + Audios und Videos, ISBN: 978-3-12515121-5

Registration

Spanish A2 - Gr.1

Lecture number
042054c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.2 p.m. to 6 p.m.Weekly10/03 - 23/06/2020TRO 201
Tue.2 p.m. to 6 p.m.Exam23/06/2020TRO 201

Lecturers

  • Esther Almendarez

Description

The "Spanish Course A2" is suitable for students with some previous knowledge. The course is based on the A1 course. The basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary is developed through everyday conversation topics and situations. When developing word fields, the following main topics are covered: Learning, health, food, professions, the diary, city, historical dates, housing and travel.

The grammar covers the following topics, among others: The indicative presence of regular verbs, irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, frequency ("siempre, todos los días, muchas veces"), set adverbs, adjectives, genus of nouns, impersonal forms with "se", perfection (education and use), irregular participles, evaluation, time and date, indications related to the future, question words. The next step is to understand a radio report, give a mini presentation, write and correct a story, describe a picture and talk about proverbs, etc.
The grammar includes the following: Comparisons, "más/menos...que, mejor, peor" superiority, equality, relative clauses, the "indefinido" of regular verbs, differences in the use of perfect and "indefinido", time words of the past, Questions about the past ("cuándo, en que año, cuánto tiempo"), location, the affirmative imperative, differences in the use of "Indefinido" and imperfect, differences in the use of "Indefinido", perfect and imperfect.

The course takes place with 4 SWS during the lecture period and is designed in such a way that the participants complete level A2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following textbook with you to the first lesson:
Gente hoy 1, Level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 5-12

Registration

Spanish A2 - Gr.2

Lecture number
042055c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mo.12 p.m. to 2 p.m.Weekly09/03 - 22/06/2020HEL 162
Wed.12 p.m. to 2 p.m.Weekly11/03 - 24/06/2020TRO 101
Wed.12 p.m. to 2 p.m.Exam24/06/2020TRO 101

Lecturers

Description

The "Spanish Course A2" is suitable for students with some previous knowledge. The course is based on the A1 course. The basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary is developed through everyday conversation topics and situations. When developing word fields, the following main topics are covered: Learning, health, food, professions, the diary, city, historical dates, housing and travel.

The grammar covers the following topics, among others: The indicative presence of regular verbs, irregular verbs, reflexive verbs, frequency ("siempre, todos los días, muchas veces"), set adverbs, adjectives, genus of nouns, impersonal forms with "se", perfection (education and use), irregular participles, evaluation, time and date, indications related to the future, question words. The next step is to understand a radio report, give a mini presentation, write and correct a story, describe a picture and talk about proverbs, etc.
The grammar includes the following: Comparisons, "más/menos...que, mejor, peor" superiority, equality, relative clauses, the "indefinido" of regular verbs, differences in the use of perfect and "indefinido", time words of the past, Questions about the past ("cuándo, en que año, cuánto tiempo"), location, the affirmative imperative, differences in the use of "Indefinido" and imperfect, differences in the use of "Indefinido", perfect and imperfect.

The course takes place with 4 SWS during the lecture period and is designed in such a way that the participants complete level A2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following textbook with you to the first lesson:
Gente hoy 1, Level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 5-12

Registration

Spanish A2.2

Lecture number
042057c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mo.6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Weekly09/03 - 22/06/2020HEL 161
Mo.6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Exam22/06/2020HEL 161

Lecturers

  • Daniel Goetze

Description

The "Spanish A 2.2 Language Course" is suitable for students with some previous knowledge of Spanish. The course is based on the A2.1 course. The basic knowledge of Spanish grammar and vocabulary is developed through everyday conversation topics and situations. The main topics covered during the development of word fields are the following: Learning, city, historical dates, apartment, travel.

The following skills should be acquired and trained: understanding a radio report, making a mini-presentation, writing and correcting a story, describing a picture, talking about proverbs, etc.
The grammar includes the following: Comparisons, "más/menos...que, mejor, peor" superiority, equality, relative clauses, the "indefinido" of regular verbs, differences in the use of perfect and "indefinido", time words of the past, Questions about the past ("cuándo, en que año, cuánto tiempo"), location, the affirmative imperative, differences in the use of "Indefinido" and imperfect, differences in the use of "Indefinido", perfect and imperfect.

The course takes place with 2 SWS during the lecture period and is designed in such a way that the participants complete the second sublevel (A2.2) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Regular and active participation is a prerequisite for successful completion of the course. To do this, it is also necessary to complete homework in order to practice and consolidate what you have learned.

Literature

Please bring the following textbook with you to the first lesson:
Gente hoy 1, Level A1+A2. (Libro del alumno)
ISBN: 978-3-12-515710-1
Course content: Lección 9-12

Registration

Spanish B1

Lecture number
042058c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.4 p.m. to 8 p.m.Weekly10/03 - 23/06/2020MAD 131
Tue.4 p.m. to 8 p.m.Exam23/06/2020MAD 131

Lecturers

  • Ernesto Abundis

Description

Target audience
The B1 Spanish course is suitable for students who have successfully completed the A2 level.

Course description
In a university context, part of the learning process usually has to take place outside the lecture hall. Therefore, this language course is structured according to the Flipped Classroom principle and offers learners the opportunity to acquire content independently and to use this knowledge in the course: They research a topic, deal with various documents (written texts, videos, audio...), reflect on grammar and vocabulary topics. The aim is to use the valuable attendance time for more intensive collaboration and meaningful interaction and to fully exploit this potential for learning the Spanish language.

In this intensive course you will acquire conversation skills on familiar topics and will be able to use communicative strategies to talk about the past and the future. You can read general and simple literary texts, but you can also write letters and essays about everyday life.

Literature

Please bring the following course book with you:
Campus Sur A1-B1: Course Book + Audios and Videos
ISBN: 978-3-12515121-5

Registration

Grammar

Spanish Grammar Training

Lecture number
042059c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Tue.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Weekly10/03 - 23/06/2020HEL 064
Tue.2 p.m. to 4 p.m.Exam23/06/2020HEL 064

Lecturers

Description

The grammar course is aimed at Spanish learners who have successfully completed at least level A2. It is also suitable for those who have just completed a B1 course.
In this course we will deal with the most complex grammar topics such as past tense, congruence, modes: Indicative, subjunctive and conditional.
Spelling, which is often forgotten in conventional courses, is also covered in this course. We will also work on personal pronouns.
Please be aware that only Spanish is spoken in this course.

Registration

Conversation

Spanish Conversation (B2/C1)

Lecture number
042060c
Semester
Spring semester 2020
Type
Language Course
Maximum number of participants
18

Events

DayTimeRecurrenceDurationRoom
Mo.4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Weekly09/03 - 22/06/2020TRO 107
Mo.4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Exam22/06/2020TRO 107

Lecturers

  • Clara Quintero

Description

Ya has visitado muchos cursos de español, pero te falta la práctica? En este curso, en un ambiente relajado, podrás trabajar la expresión oral del idioma español de forma activa. Con ayuda de diferentes materiales (de texto, literatura, videos) practicaremos la lengua consiguiendo ampliar el vocabulario y desarrollar más seguridad en el lenguaje oral. Tocaremos temas actuales, culturales y educativos, elaboraremos pequeñas presentaciones y no pueden faltar las conversaciones cotidianas. Si has entendido este texto, BIENVENIDO AL CURSO! Ya te inscribiste?

Registration

Placement Test

For a registration from level A1.2 a placement test is required if you have not yet written an exam with us.