Search results - German 1 (held in Reading)
London Road Campus
|Dates||Wed 3 Oct 2012 to Wed 20 Mar 2013|
Time of meeting: 7.00-9.00pm
Number of meetings: 20
|Application status||Course ended|
|Course contact||If you have any questions about this course, please email email@example.com.|
OverviewAll the Department’s language courses are designed to help you communicate in a friendly atmosphere with an emphasis on pair and group interaction. The focus is on speaking, listening and the exploration of culture and society, backed up by an understanding of grammar. Students will be encouraged to develop their reading and writing skills in their own time and regular assignments will be set. Choosing your level.
Programme detailsWeek 1: Greetings and introducing yourself
Week 2: Giving personal information
Week 3: Talking about your place of origin (town/county/country)
Week 4: Talking about your job and family
Week 5: Discussing someone else's job and family
Week 6: Leisure activities
Week 7: Talking about places in town
Week 8: Discussing what you can do in a place
Week 9: Asking for and giving directions
Week 10: Telling the time
Week 11: Daily routine
Week 12: Making arrangements to meet someone
Week 13: Food and drink, describing likes and dislikes
Week 14: Eating in a restaurant
Week 15: Food shopping at the market
Week 16: Tallking about your dream house
Week 17: Describing furniture in the different rooms
Week 18: Renting a house or flat
Week 19: Amusing facts about German rules for living
Week 20: Booking a room in a hotel
Aufderstraße, Hartmut et al
Themen 1 aktuell, Kursbuch Bk 1: Deutsch als Fremdsprache
Kursbuch und Arbeitsbuch
Aufderstraße, Hartmut et al
ALTERNATIVELY: Themen1 aktuell: Kursbuch
(including CD-Rom, Lektionen 1-10)
AND Themen 1 aktuell: Bilingual Workbook (Arbeitsbuch)
Course aimsAll the Department’s language courses are designed to help you communicate in a friendly atmosphere with an emphasis on pair and group interaction. The focus is on speaking, listening and the exploration of culture and society, backed up by an understanding of grammar. Students will be encouraged to develop their reading and writing skills in their own time and regular assignments will be set.
Assessment methodsMost tutors will set weekly assignments to consolidate learning and allow students to study at their own pace. Some of these assignments, which may include testing listening and speaking skills, will count towards formally assessing the students’ progress.
At Stages 5 & 6, students can expect to be assessed on either one 1,000 word essay or two shorter ones written in the target language.
At lower stages, students are required instead to submit for assessment a range of exercises and/or shorter pieces of work.
Teaching methodsLanguage classes are kept small (typically 10-15 students) in order to ensure plenty of opportunities for interaction in the target language, leading to the development of listening and speaking skills, as well as an understanding of grammar.
Teaching outcomesThe following are brief indicators of what students should be able to do in each of the skills
Speaking (S), Listening (L), Reading (R), and Writing (W) by the end of the individual stages:
For beginners and false beginners.
No previous knowledge required.
S participate in simple everyday conversation
L understand simple messages and conversations
R obtain specific information from basic written texts
W produce short texts
S participate in simple prepared discussions
L understand simple recorded material
R understand the gist of magazine articles and simple texts
W write informal letters and descriptive paragraphs
S communicate clearly in a wide range of situations
L listen intensively and listen for pleasure
R enjoy reading simple texts without dependence on a dictionary
W summarise and produce short narratives
S communicate confidently in a wide range of situations
L understand specific information contained in authentic material
R understand the content of texts/articles of varying complexity
W write simple discursive essays
S express and defend own opinion on various issues
L understand most of what is said in informal and formal situations
R understand gist, detailed content and register of most texts
W write texts on a range of subjects using appropriate language
- Programme Fee
- EU Fee: £265.00
- Non-EU Fee: £265.00
Apply for this course
All language courses will be offered for a third term, commencing in April 2013. Enrolled students who wish to sign up for the third term will receive a discount of £45.00 to the full fee if they do so before December 1 2012. The full cost of the third term is £145.00; the reduced price is £100.00.
PLEASE NOTE - It is not possible to enrol online for the Third Term at the discount rate. Please use the pdf application form below, entering your choice of course as, for example, French 1a Third Term and send it to the Weekly Classes Office along with your payment.
Note that this should be done AFTER you have enrolled for the first two terms of the course.
Sorry, this course is not currently accepting applications. If you have any questions about this course, please use the course enquiry form.
Programmes including this module
This module can be studied as part of these programmes: