Independent Language Use
Lecturer
Bauer F
Course number
U84007
Hours per week
10 hrs + Tutorial (1 h) / 15 ECTS credits
Description
Linguistic means to understand and communicate personal and family information as well as other topics such as work, hobbies, clothing, body and health, experiences at work and in education and other personal areas of study and interest.
Course material (not included in the course fee)
KURS- und ARBEITSBÜCHER: Krenn, Wielfried & Puchta, Herbert: MOTIVE B1. Kursbuch, Lektion 19-30 (Hueber). ISBN 978-3-19-001882-6. Krenn, Wielfried & Puchta, Herbert: MOTIVE B1. Arbeitsbuch, Lektion 19-30 (Hueber). ISBN 978-3-19-031882-7. GRAMMATIK: PONS Praxis-Grammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Das große Lehr- und Übungswerk. Mit extra Online-Übungen. ISBN 978-3-12-562897-7.
Time and room
Prerequisite
language level A2
Target level
Students have a good command of the language they need to deal with familiar situations in their everyday daily lives and student environment. This means they can • Understand the gist and single items of information from factual texts, discussions and short lectures in their own fields subject areas. • Report on events • Pass on factual information • Describe goals • Give reasons • also, deal with less routine situations and express opinions on more abstract topics. When it comes to familiar topics they can • Express themselves verbally and in writing. • Summarise factual information and comment on it. In their subject areas, they can • Make notes on lectures for their own use. • Give a prepared, uncomplicated presentation. They also have basic intercultural communication competencies, in areas such as flexibility in their own behaviour and respect for the linguistic, cultural and human diversity of the environment. They can implement learning and working strategies, which will enable them to understand and structure information more effectively. They have information on the organisation of courses in the Austrian environment (institutions, counselling, libraries, etc.) and an understanding of general and university culture and its influence on communication.
Start
Mi, 03.03.2021, 09:15-10:45, * Online Termin *
Independent Language Use
Lecturer
Helfer M
Course number
U84013
Hours per week
10 hrs + Tutorial (1 h) / 15 ECTS credits
Description
Linguistic means to understand and communicate personal and family information as well as other topics such as work, hobbies, clothing, body and health, experiences at work and in education and other personal areas of study and interest.
Course material (not included in the course fee)
KURS- und ARBEITSBÜCHER: Krenn, Wielfried & Puchta, Herbert: MOTIVE B1. Kursbuch, Lektion 19-30 (Hueber). ISBN 978-3-19-001882-6. Krenn, Wielfried & Puchta, Herbert: MOTIVE B1. Arbeitsbuch, Lektion 19-30 (Hueber). ISBN 978-3-19-031882-7. GRAMMATIK: PONS Praxis-Grammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Das große Lehr- und Übungswerk. Mit extra Online-Übungen. ISBN 978-3-12-562897-7.
Time and room
Prerequisite
language level A2
Target level
Students have a good command of the language they need to deal with familiar situations in their everyday daily lives and student environment. This means they can • Understand the gist and single items of information from factual texts, discussions and short lectures in their own fields subject areas. • Report on events • Pass on factual information • Describe goals • Give reasons • also, deal with less routine situations and express opinions on more abstract topics. When it comes to familiar topics they can • Express themselves verbally and in writing. • Summarise factual information and comment on it. In their subject areas, they can • Make notes on lectures for their own use. • Give a prepared, uncomplicated presentation. They also have basic intercultural communication competencies, in areas such as flexibility in their own behaviour and respect for the linguistic, cultural and human diversity of the environment. They can implement learning and working strategies, which will enable them to understand and structure information more effectively. They have information on the organisation of courses in the Austrian environment (institutions, counselling, libraries, etc.) and an understanding of general and university culture and its influence on communication.
Start
Mi, 03.03.2021, 13:15-14:45, * Online Termin *
An Introduction to the German Speaking Academic Environment
Lecturer
Maier S
Course number
U84008
Hours per week
2 hrs / 3 ECTS credits
Description
The course covers the following linguistic areas and text types: ⋅ information texts, ⋅ understanding mails and other university correspondence ⋅ writing emails ⋅ Appreciate and understand what else the university has to offer ⋅ Using basic techniques and information gathering tools such as library services and learning platforms.
Course material (not included in the course fee)
Auf den Punkt gebracht. Deutscher Lernwortschatz zur Textarbeit (Klett). ISBN 978-3-12-519567-7
Time and room
Prerequisite
none
Target level
Students are in the position to: • Understand simple information texts, mails and other university correspondence • Write simple mails • Understand what else the university has to offer • Use basic techniques and information gathering tools such as library services and learning platforms.
Start
Fr, 05.03.2021, 11:15-12:45, * Online Termin *
An Introduction to the German Speaking Academic Environment
Lecturer
Maier S
Course number
U84014
Hours per week
2 hrs / 3 ECTS credits
Description
The course covers the following linguistic areas and text types: ⋅ information texts, ⋅ understanding mails and other university correspondence ⋅ writing emails ⋅ Appreciate and understand what else the university has to offer ⋅ Using basic techniques and information gathering tools such as library services and learning platforms.
Course material (not included in the course fee)
Auf den Punkt gebracht. Deutscher Lernwortschatz zur Textarbeit (Klett). ISBN 978-3-12-519567-7
Time and room
Prerequisite
Target level
Students are in the position to: • Understand simple information texts, mails and other university correspondence • Write simple mails • Understand what else the university has to offer • Use basic techniques and information gathering tools such as library services and learning platforms.
Start
Do, 04.03.2021, 15:15-16:45, * Online Termin *