Crash Course: GERMAN as a Foreign Language A1 Part 1 (1/3)

Crash Course: GERMAN as a Foreign Language A1 Part 1 (1/3)

August 26 - August 31, 4:25 pm - 7:35 pm

Course times and days:
This course takes place from August 26 until August 31, each day from 4:25 pm until 7:35 pm.
Please only register if you can attend all course days!

Course information: 

  • 24 teaching units, compulsory attedance of at least 70 %
  • You will receive a graded certificate after having attended the entire course eriod and passed the exam.
  • Take an active part and turn on your camera and microphone
  • Language courses take time - don't overestimate yourself!
  • As this course is funded by the DAAD, there are no course fees.

Course content:
  • The following course book is used for this course: Studio 21 Kurs- und Übungsbuch Grundstufe A1 (ISBN 978 - 3 - 06 - 520526 - 9).
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  • Please have the course book (either in copies or in book form) ready for the first day of the course. There is a copy of the book available in the library at our campuses in Munich, Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Idstein and Cologne. Please note that this may only be a reference copy of the book, which may only be used as a photocopy and may not be borrowed.

Language level A1
A1 part 1 - without previous knowledge
A1 part 2 - builds upon part 1
A1 part 3 - builds upon part 2, language level A1 is reached upon completion of this part.

Language level A2
A2 part 1 - prerequisite is A1 level completed
A2 part 2 - builds upon part 1
A2 part 3 - builds upon A2 part 2, language level A2 is reached upon completion of this part

followed by B1, then B2 and C1 

 

You dont need any previous knowledge for this language course.

  • Make a not of the course period, course time and course days.
  • You will receive the access link a few days before the course starts
  • Cancel your registration via StudyPLUS (cancellation button) at least three days before the course starts if you are unable to attend..
  • Cancel your registration - even when you have the course on your watch list. You arrive late on a course day or have to leave earlier? Then please inform your lecturer.
  • Unexcused absences can lead to lower priority treatment for offers..

Dein Experte

Expert:innen Foto

Sieglinde Oehrlein

Sieglinde Oehrlein was born in Bamberg in 1953.
In addition to studying Romance and German studies, she completed a translation diploma at the Interpreter Institute at Heidelberg University.
After completing her doctorate on “Spanish picaresque novels,” she took on teaching positions at the universities of Marburg and Heidelberg, worked as a journalist for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, among others.

Dein Experte

Expert:innen Foto

Sieglinde Oehrlein

Sieglinde Oehrlein was born in Bamberg in 1953.
In addition to studying Romance and German studies, she completed a translation diploma at the Interpreter Institute at Heidelberg University.
After completing her doctorate on “Spanish picaresque novels,” she took on teaching positions at the universities of Marburg and Heidelberg, worked as a journalist for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, among others.

Vier Gründe, die für das Angebot sprechen

You will get a career boost
 
You will become more open and tolerant
You can live, work or study somewhere else
 

You will have more fun when travelling

Sabine Weiskopf & Antonia Augenstein

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