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German as a Foreign Language B1.1 plus B1.2
Deutsch als Fremdsprache B1.1 plus B1.2

Course 220000DE28 in WS 2022/3

General Data

Course Type seminar
Semester Weekly Hours 6 SWS
Organisational Unit German as a Foreign Language
Lecturers Claudia Hanke
Dorothea Hartkopf
Maria Karsten-Ott
Sabine Kraut-Schindlbeck
Jutta Stoephasius
Dates 109 dates in groups

Assignment to Modules

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, regional and academic aspects, enabling them to express themselves independently and confidently in familiar situations, e.g. in the course of studies, work, leisure time and family, as well as talk about subjects of general interest like films, music, sports, etc. in the target language when standard language is employed. Students develop a broader spectrum of vocabulary, expressions and dialog patterns. They expand and use a basic repertoire of logical main and subordinate clauses (e.g. temporal clause, causal sentence, infinitive clause, final clause, consecutive clause, relative clause). They learn and practice the use of reflexive verbs, as well as verbs and nouns with prepositions. Furthermore, students learn and practice the usage of the subjunctive II, the passive and the future tense. They reinforce and expand elementary aspects of grammar, such as the use of tenses, prepositions, the declination of the adjective and the comparison. Students examine specific features of culture with regard to festivals and traditions, the educational system, the professional environment, way of life and leisure activities, and obtain insight into contemporary culture in Germany. Opportunities will be made available for effective, self-motivated, independent learning. Students acquire teamwork skills through collaborative work in multinational mixed groups.
Links E-Learning course (e. g. Moodle)
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