The course covers the four language skills: speaking, reading, listening and writing. It is taught through tutor-led activities, pair and group work, role-playing, and independent research as part of homework.
Who is this course for?
For intermediate level students who have completed German Level 4: Module A, or equivalent.
Do I need any previous skills or experience?
To benefit fully from this course, you should have knowledge roughly equivalent to 200 hours of tuition.
You will learn
Talk about leisure activities and life-work balance
- Read a variety of texts and discuss related topics
- Plan and talk about a museum/ gallery visit
- Get to know a German-speaking artist and his/ her work
- Discuss reading habits and recommend a book
- Talk about social media, TV and online streaming
- Manage everyday life situations in a German-speaking environment.
You will cover the following grammar topics:
- On-going consolidation of previous topics such as the past tenses, word order and adjective endings
- Temporal and local prepositions
- Prepositional verbs (achten auf, sich interessieren für, sich erinnern an, …)
- The Passive
- Relative pronouns and relative clauses.
Meet the Tutor
Katja Miarka teaches German at all levels and for different age groups. She holds an MA in Modern Foreign Languages and Education from Humboldt University, Berlin and is a qualified teacher (QTS). She currently teaches German at City University, London and other institutions across London.
Need to Know
- 13:05 - 13:55
- Full £201 / Conc. £151
- Wednesdays and Fridays
- Bishopsgate Institute
- Katja Miarka
- Max Students
- No. of Sessions
- Course Code
- No Session
- Wednesday 19 and Friday 21 February