German as a Foreign Language C1 - Writing in a foreign language - From understanding to an own text
This Module is offered by TUM Language Center.
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Module version of WS 2015/6 (current)
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SZ0319 is a semester module
in German language
at Bachelor’s level and Master’s level
which is offered every semester.
This Module is included in the following catalogues within the study programs in physics.
- Catalogue of Language Courses (German as a Foreign Language) as Soft-Skill Courses
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In this module, students will gain knowledge of German as a foreign language, enabling them to produce various forms of texts using a broad general and specialist vocabulary and advanced grammatical structures. On the basis of examples from print, audio and film material, as well as selected vocabulary and grammar exercises, students use writing to gain skills for the correct and confident use of German in an academic context. The module can serve as a supplement to modules C1.1 and C1.2.
This module refers to level C1 of the CEFR, with a special emphasis on writing skills.Students review and expand their knowledge of German as a foreign language in selected areas of grammar and vocabulary. Students can produce well-structured, precise and richly varied texts of considerable length in various contexts. They can produce such texts as letters, project descriptions, summaries, protocols, notes, position papers, columns, commentaries, critiques, etc., using appropriate, structured, logically-connected and largely differentiated vocabulary, as well as complex sentence structures and conventional textual elements.
Sound knowledge of module B2.2; placement test level C1
Learning and Teaching Methods
The module consists of a seminar in which students work independently and collaboratively in teams and on projects on assigned topics. Our learning goals will be achieved through writing exercised in individual, partner, and group work, as well as self, partner and teacher feedback on the students' written work.
multimedia teaching and learning aids (white board, overheads, worksheets, images, film, etc.) and online resources.
to be announced in the Class
Description of exams and course work
1 written final project; students can choose to complete either a written report or presentation