German B1.3 - 1st semester
To attain level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages The independent user:
a) Can understand the main points of a spoken sequence focusing on current issues in work, school, free times, etc.
b) Can understand texts that consist mainly of ordinary language of daytoday.
c) Can connect phrases in a simple way to describe experiences and events, dreams, hopes and ambitions and explanations for opinions and plans.
d) Can write a simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest.
Weekly - 4
Total - Available soon
Kaufmann, S.; Lemcke, C.; et al.: Berliner Platz 3, B1. Deutsch im Alltag. LehrundArbeitsbuch. Berlin: Langenscheidt, 2011
Basiswörterbuch Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Berlin: Cornelsen, 2013
Hering, A.; Matussek, M.; PerlmannBalme,M.: Übungsgrammatik für die Mittelstufe. Ismaning: Hueber, 2009
Gaidosch, U.; Müller, C.: Zur Orientierung: Basiswissen Deutschland. Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Ismaning:
Hueber, 6. Aufl. 2014
Practical language teaching. The communicative teaching of the lessons from it aims to promote the interaction of the learner and an ever more extensive autonomous learning. The intercultural approach would lead to a better understanding of cultural diversity.
1 written assignment (20%), 1 oral assignment (20%), 1 exam (40%), spoken interaction in class/portfolio (20%)
Attendance: minimum of 2/3 attendance of classes given
Training of hearing through audiovisual material and of communication in the classroom
Reading simple texts
Production of dialogues; training of pronunciation and intonation
Production of short notes and messages
Aspects of German culture and society and interculturalism.
Programs where the course is taught: