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French Basic Level I a
Lecturer Hülsmann C ( Zenz D )
Course number 990349
Hours per week 3 hrs + Tutorial (1 h) / 4.5 ECTS credits
Description Learners with no pre-knowledge of French acquire basic skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking. Supplementally to the language course a tutorial of one additional hour per week is offered. Attendance is not compulsory, but we strongly recommend attending the tutorial.
Course material (not included in the course fee) Jambon, Krystelle et al.: Voyages neu A1. Kurs- und Übungsbuch, m. 2 Audio-CDs. Klett, 2013. ISBN 978-3-12-529412-7. Participants need access to Blackboard.
Time and room Link to meetings
Prerequisite no pre-knowledge required
Target level A1
Start Di, 06.10.2020, 19:15-20:45, * Online Termin *
French Basic Level I b
Lecturer Krautgartner K ( Jacquemet E )
Course number 990407
Hours per week 3 hrs + Tutorial (1 h) / 4.5 ECTS credits
Description Learners with no pre-knowledge of French acquire basic skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking. Supplementally to the language course a tutorial of one additional hour per week is offered. Attendance is not compulsory, but we strongly recommend attending the tutorial.
Course material (not included in the course fee) Jambon, Krystelle et al.: Voyages neu A1. Kurs- und Übungsbuch, m. 2 Audio-CDs. Klett, 2013. ISBN 978-3-12-529412-7. Participants need access to Blackboard.
Time and room Link to meetings
Prerequisite no pre-knowledge required
Target level A1
Start Mo, 05.10.2020, 19:15-20:45, 1.009
French Basic Level III Fully booked
Lecturer Krautgartner K ( Jacquemet E )
Course number 990350
Hours per week 3 hrs + Tutorial (1 h) / 4.5 ECTS credits
Description This course is the continuation of French Basic Level II (Grundstufe II). Of course, any learner having basic skills in French can take this course, too. Reading, listening, speaking and writing will be further developed. Supplementally to the language course a tutorial of one additional hour per week is offered. Attendance is not compulsory, but we strongly recommend attending the tutorial.
Course material (not included in the course fee) Jambon, Krystelle et al.: Voyages neu A2. Kurs- und Übungsbuch, mit 2 Audio-CDs. Klett, 2014. ISBN 978-3-12-529422-6. Participants need access to Blackboard.
Time and room Link to meetings
Prerequisite A1+
Target level A2
Start Mo, 05.10.2020, 17:15-18:45, 1.009
French Intermediate Level I Fully booked
Lecturer Guicheney G
Course number 990351
Hours per week 2 hrs / 3 ECTS credits
Description This course is targeted at learners who once had very solid skills in the language, but need some practise to brush up their French. The course is also the continuation of French Basic Level IV (Grundstufe IV). The main focus of the course is to develop oral skills.
Course material (not included in the course fee) Biras, Pascal et al.: Défi B1. Bd. 3. Livre de l'élève + Audio-CD. Klett, 2019. ISBN 978-3-12-529699-2. Participants need access to Blackboard.
Time and room Link to meetings
Prerequisite A2+/B1
Target level B1
Start Mo, 05.10.2020, 17:15-18:45, * Online Termin *
Learn Romance languages through networking
Lecturer Hülsmann C
Course number 990920
Hours per week 2 hrs / 3 ECTS credits
Description The course is aimed at people who already have a good knowledge of a Romance language (from B1) and who wish to gain their first skills in other Romance languages such as Spanish, Italian and French. Based on selected authentic texts and everyday tasks, the participants will learn how to use existing language skills to acquire competencies in related languages. Special attention is also paid to the promotion of learner autonomy.
Course material (not included in the course fee) Course material will be provided by course teacher. Participants need access to Blackboard.
Time and room Link to meetings
Prerequisite B1
Target level B1+
Start Di, 06.10.2020, 17:15-18:45, * Online Termin *
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