GERMAN COURSE C1
|3. 05. 2021
||INTENSIVE 12.30am – 14.45am / Mo, Tue, Wed, Thu
|7. 06. 2021
||INTENSIVE 12.30pm – 2.45pm / Mo, Tue, Wed, Thu|
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Who is this language course for?
The C1 course is a German course is suitable for more advanced students of German language.
What do I learn?
In this course, we will look at more advanced and complex texts. Aiming to improve your levels of comprehension, inference and deduction of implicit meaning. You will learn to express yourself fluently in both professional and everyday, social contexts. The topics that will be covered in this course include: new media, art, research and progress, history, elections and politics, the environment and climate, successes and failures, and much more! The goal of the course is for you to be able to speak and write German like a native speaker.
|Grammatical contents C1.1||Grammatical contents C1.2|
subjective meanings of modal verbs müssen, dürfen, können and wollen; prefixes miss-, zer-, ent-, und de-; two-part concessive and restrictive connectors (subordinating conjunctions/clauses); fixed noun-verb connections; modal verbs and their alternatives; unreal consecutive clauses; adjective declension after articles and after adjectives / indefinite numerals; es as non-obligatory and as obligatory sentence element; declension of adjectives; prefixes be- and ver-; indirect speech: questions and imperative; speech reproduction with nach, laut, zufolge und wie; prepositions with dative; noun suffixes, referring words
|verbal style – nominal style; causal relationships; morphology: adjectives; gerundive as passive substitutes; aspect shift with modal verbs: active – passive; passive substitutes with bekommen + Participle II; adjective suffixes; conditional and concessive relationships; adjectives and participles with prepositions; conjunctive adverbs; variations of sentence building; noun suffixes; temporal and final relationships; consecutive and modal relationships; comparison; prefixes er- and re-; prepositions with genitive; participle clauses; prefixes durch-, über-, um- and unter-|
How is the C1 German course structured?
The C1 level consists of two parts: C1.1 and C1.2. The C1.1 part takes 4 weeks, and the C1.2 part takes 4 weeks. The whole C1 level takes 8 weeks to complete. See all course dates above and choose between an Intensive and Superintensive course. At the end of the course a final test is written – if you participate in the course (at least 80%) and pass the test, you can get a certificate from us.
What is the difference between an intensive and a superintensive course?
The intensive course lasts 3 teaching units (45 minutes) per day, the superintensive course is slightly longer: it lasts 4 teachings units per day. Both German courses cover the same amount of material, but the Super-Intensive Course gives you more time to practice what you have learned.
INTENSIVE: 48 lessons/ month SUPERINTENSIVE: 64 lessons/ month
This is how you learn with us
Our teaching methods are focused on the practical usage of German language in a dynamic and playful way with a lot of interaction with other fellow students i.e. through group and pair work, role plays, short presentations, assignments etc. Our methods encourage speaking and active participation of each student in class from the first day on, whereas learning German becomes fun and learning progress becomes visible more quickly. We only use German during classes and this allows our students to learn in a more natural way and helps them overcome the fear of speaking and also of making mistakes. Our qualified and creative teachers design our German lessons …… READ MORE
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Our teaching methods
• Dynamic, communicative teaching approach: i.e. a lot of speaking!
• The focus lies on the active application of what has been learned from the first lesson onwards.
• The only language used in class is German.
• Regular evaluation of the learning progress of our students through repetitions and language tests
• Frequent use of the direct method, which conveys the feeling for the German language in a playful way through conversation, listening and repeating, role plays as well as visual elements.
• Error correction and feedback from the teacher
• Our native-speaking teachers convey an authentic feeling for language. Well-trained and experienced, easy to deal with and motivated, creative and open.
• Up-to-date, varied and well-chosen teaching materials, which are also aimed at imparting knowledge about Germany.
• The linguistic ability and skill areas are derived from the four basic skills (speaking, writing, listening and reading); the skill of speaking is divided into two parts: participating in conversations (interactional speaking) and speaking coherently (transactional speaking). This results in five areas of ability and skill. It is particularly important to us to develop these five linguistic abilities and skills of each student equally and to promote them with appropriate learning tasks.
sprachart BERLIN LANGUAGE SCHOOL FOR GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
We are a language school specialized in German as a foreign language (DaF) for adults in Berlin, Kreuzberg. Our course system and teaching contents are based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Each German course is followed by a language examination – each of our participants receives a sprachart BERLIN certificate of level completion.
As a certified examination centre and telc licenced partner, we offer high quality German language classes and the opportunity to take the globally recognised telc language examination with us. We believe that structured knowledge transfer and fun in class encourage effective learning. A pleasant learning atmosphere that encourages participation and speaking is just as important to us as the professional qualifications and creativity of our teachers. Our German language courses … READ MORE
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