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German as a Foreign Language C 1.1
Deutsch als Fremdsprache C1.1

Course 220000DE32 in WS 2016/7

General Data

Course Type seminar
Semester Weekly Hours 4 SWS
Organisational Unit TUM Language Center
Dates 30 dates in groups

Assignment to Modules

This course is not assigned to any module.

Further Information

Courses are together with exams the building blocks for modules. Please keep in mind that information on the contents, learning outcomes and, especially examination conditions are given on the module level only – see section "Assignment to Modules" above.

additional remarks In this course, students gain proficiency in German as a foreign language, including intercultural, sociocultural and academic aspects, at an advanced level of the written language. Students increase their ability to function in the foreign language without great effort and largely fluently by working with more complexly structured and challenging listening and reading texts on topics of general interest. They learn to differentiate between types of texts and writing styles, to identify implicitly formulated opinions and to examine modern literary texts following a prescribed interpretive method. They practice analyzing, summarizing and critiquing texts both inside and outside their fields of study. They practice gathering detailed information from longer speeches, lectures, reports, etc. They learn to differentiate the nuances of meaning in related expressions and to understand figures of speech. They develop a differentiated repertoire of means of expression on a broad spectrum of current topics and popular scientific questions that goes beyond standard language. They focus on specific forms of grammar, including prepositional phrases, participial constructions, future tense and future perfect, genitive attributes, modal particles and connectors. Students challenge different positions in public discourse, including their cultural specificity. Students examine selected aspects of culture and cultural life in Germany.
Links E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)
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