Smarter German. German as a second foreign language – after English
|Course offered by:||Dr. Thomas Stahl|
|Offering University:||Uni Regensburg|
|Subject Area:||Languages||Free of Charge|
|Average Workload:||25 Hours||Free of Charge||Enrol|
|Picture Credits: Dr. Thomas Stahl|
What can you learn in this course?
+++ What can you learn in this course? +++
You will learn how to use your knowledge in English to begin learning German quickly and efficiently.
Furthermore, you will learn strategies and skills in learning a new language by using your knowledge of languages and language learning.
+++ Outline +++
- Module 1: Vocabulary and learning strategies
- Module 2: Grammar - noun, verb and adjective
- Module 3: Reading and reading skills
- Module 4: Situations - at the restaurant, travelling, at the university
Course offered by
+++ Head of Project +++
Dr. Thomas Stahl heads the Center for Language and Communication at the University of Regensburg. He has a special interest in topics related to language didactics and focuses on questions of multilingual didactics and assessment in a foreign language context.
+++ Target Group +++
A1 learner of German as a foreign language who have learnt English as a foreign language before or who are English native speakers.
Confirmation of participation
+++ Confirmation of Participation +++
Each of the modules ends with a progress quiz . On passing the quiz, you will receive a badge confirming completion of the module. In order to pass the final progress quizzes, at least 80 percent of the questions must be answered correctly. There are four modules, providing you with the opportunity to receive four badges.
A certificate of participation is awarded on completion of the whole course. To receive this certificate of participation, you will need to have achieved 80 percent in all of the progress quizzes in the course.