Modulhandbuch

Communication and Media Engineering (CME)

Language

Recommended prior knowledge

•  Completed language level A1.1 according to GeR (CEFR)

 

 

Teaching Methods Seminar
Learning objectives / competencies

German 1: A1.2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, CEFR

•  Listening: Understanding familiar words and very simple phrases that relate to the participant itself, its family, or to concrete things around the participant, provided it is spoken slowly and clearly. 

•  Reading: Understand some familiar names, words, and very simple sentences, e.g. on signs, posters or in catalogues. 

•  Speaking: Communicate in a simple way when the interlocutor is ready to repeat or say something more slowly, and help the participant to formulate what he is trying to say. Simply ask and answer simple questions as long as they are directly necessary and very familiar. Speaking: Use simple phrases and phrases to describe people you know and describe where you live. 

•  Writing: Write a short simple postcard, e.g. name, address, nationality, etc., on forms.

The course focuses on communicative tasks and everyday situations related to topics such job and profession, travel, eating & drinking, living, leisure time, encounters and events. Regarding grammar the focus is on repetition of vocabulary and grammar (level A1.1), tenses, separable and inseparable verbs, verbs with prepositions, modal verbs, temporal and local prepositions.

 

German 2: A2.1 according to CEFR

 •  Understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment).​​

•  Communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.​​

•  Describe in simple terms aspects of your background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

Intensive practice of listening, reading, speaking and writing with different authentic types of text.

 

 

Duration 2
SWS 12.0
Effort
Classes 60 h
Self-study / group work: 60 h
Workload 120 h
ECTS 4.0
Requirements for awarding credit points

Teilnahme an Klausur und Bereitstellung einer schriftlichen Hausarbeit

German as a Foreign Language 1: Written exam K90 must be passed

German as a Foreign Language 2: Written exam K90

Conversation and Presentation in English: Assignment HA

Credits and Grades

4 CP, K90 bzw. HA

Responsible Person

Stopfkuchen, Michael, M.A.

Max. Participants 24
Recommended Semester 1 - 2
Frequency jedes Semester
Usability

Master-Studiengang CME

Lectures

Conversation and Presentation in English

Type Seminar
Nr. SZ106
SWS 4.0

German as a Foreign Language 2

Type Seminar/Übung
Nr. SZ302
SWS 6.0
Lecture Content

Deutsch auf dem Niveau A2.2 (nach den Niveaustufen des europäischen Referenzrahmens)

Sätze und häufig gebrauchte Ausdrücke verstehen
(Informationen zur Person und zur Familie, Einkaufen, Arbeit, nähere Umgebung)

Sich in einfachen, routinemäßigen Situationen verständigen
(einfacher und direkter Austausch von Informationen über vertraute und geläufige Dinge)

Beschreibung der eigenen Herkunft und Ausbildung,
der direkten Umgebung und Dinge im Zusammenhang mit unmittelbaren Bedürfnissen

 

Literature

Begegnungen, Schubert Verlag

German as a Foreign Language 1

Type Vorlesung
Nr. SZ104
SWS 6.0

German as a Foreign Language 2

Type Vorlesung
Nr. SZ105
SWS 6.0
Lecture Content
  • Deutsch auf dem Niveau A2.2 (nach den Niveaustufen des europäischen Referenzrahmens)
  • Sätze und häufig gebrauchte Ausdrücke verstehen
    (Informationen zur Person und zur Familie, Einkaufen, Arbeit, nähere Umgebung)
  • Sich in einfachen, routinemäßigen Situationen verständigen
    (einfacher und direkter Austausch von Informationen über vertraute und geläufige Dinge)
  • Beschreibung der eigenen Herkunft und Ausbildung,
    der direkten Umgebung und Dinge im Zusammenhang mit unmittelbaren Bedürfnissen
Literature

Begegnungen, Schubert Verlag

Conversation and Presentation in English

Type Vorlesung
Nr. SZ106
SWS 4.0