|Foreign students at the TU Dresden
|- Professional presentation of facts in communicative situations, as well as in presentations,
- Practicing professional communication with business partners and employees,
- The course focuses on lectures and discussions on the topics given in the course,
- Practicing the ability to independently present problems, process material and critique a presentation, as well as presenting in German
- Reflections with a focus on the peculiarities of presenting in German,
- Development of knowledge and skills e.g. use of voice and body language, argumentation exercises, mediation techniques, etc.
|B2+ or proof of knowledge through a placement test.
|European Framework of Reference/CEFR:
|Type of teaching/duration:
|1 semester language learning seminar/language course | 2 SWS
|Frequency of the course:
|The total workload is 75 hours. Of these, 30 hours are accounted for by attendance and 45 hours by self-study, including preparation for the exam and completion of the exam.
|- Presentation (20 minutes) The credit points are earned when the examination is passed.
|Credit points and grades:
|- (Graded) certificate of participation.
|The course offers learners with good to very good knowledge of German the opportunity to practice professional presentation of facts in communicative situations and in presentations, professional communication with business partners and employees. The course focuses on lectures and discussions on the topics given in the course. The students are able to study independently and produce work-related oral communication in German at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The students can understand complex scientific and job-related specialist texts that are presented orally, express themselves clearly and fluently in detail and using complex linguistic structures as well as an extensive general and specialist vocabulary on topics in their specialist area, follow and participate in complex interactions in discussions, even with abstract and complex topics , use language flexibly and effectively for the expression of inauthenticity such as irony, allusions, metaphors, deal effectively with communication and cultural problems. Development of knowledge and skills to achieve the above-mentioned learning goals (e.g. use of voice and body language, argumentation exercises, mediation techniques, etc.).
|General language requirement level C1 taking into account the respective study regulations / prerequisite for level C1+.
German C1 – Oral Communication: speaking and objecting
LANGUAGE SPECIALIST – GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
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