German Language 1

                                                            Course No. 324600

 

Spring Semester  2014

 

NOTE: The course is designed for students with NO previous knowledge of German.



Brigitte Hahn-Michaeli
Department of Humanities and Arts

Office Location: room 215 (first floor), Humanities and Arts
Contact Details: phone: 829-3203  e-mail: Brigitte Hahn-Michaeli
Consultation Time:  Wednesday 12.15 13.15 (or by appointment)



 

Subject Timetable: Tuesday 09:30 12:30 OR      Wednesday 14:30 17:30


Textbook: Sprachkurs Deutsch 1 (Technion Publication)

                 
Requirements:

          Students need to participate in class at least 80% of all the lessons in order to be entitled for a final grade.

          Two assignments need to be accomplished at the CALL lab of the department



Subject Aims and Objectives: The course introduces students with the basics of the German language:

            To enable the students to carry out specific tasks in German in order to cope with a range of everyday situations that
            relate to their lives, their interests, their backgrounds, talking about family, home, work, likes and dislikes etc.
           
Focus is placed on communication abilities as well as reading comprehension.



Assessment:
 

   
End-semester: written test 60%
Class work and home assignments 40%

Credit points: 2, (3 hours lectures per week)

End-semester Test:

Tuesday class:  24.06.2014                   

Tuesday class:  25.06.2014

 

 

 

Useful Links:                                

Goethe Institut Tel Aviv:                    http://www.goethe.de/ins/il/tel/deindex.htm

German Embassy Tel Aviv:                http://www.tel-aviv.diplo.de/Vertretung/telaviv/de/06_20-_20Kultur/Kultur__06.html

Deutsche Welle, News in German:    http://www.deutsche-welle.de

The BBC language site:                     http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/german/lj/

Deutsche Welle, Deutsch Lernen:     http://www.dw-world.de/dw/9799/0,,2068,00.html

     


 

 

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