This course can be taken as part of the accompanying study programme “Regionalwissenschaften Lateinamerika“.
|Students of the TU Dresden
|The topics covered include
- Social networks and communication technology
- Political and cultural current affairs in Spanish-speaking countries.
- Discussions about gender identity
-Spanish grammar at level B2
|B1+ or proof of knowledge by placement test.
|European Framework of Reference/CEFR:
|Type of teaching/duration:
|1 semester language course/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 exam preparation and completion of the exam.
|- Presentation (15/20 minutes)
The credit points are earned when the examination is passed.
|Credit points and grades:
|(graded) participation certificate
|In this course we will work on the four macro-skills (conversation, reading and text comprehension, listening comprehension and writing) with the aim of perfecting our Spanish language skills, focussing on communication. The course is partially adapted to the students’ needs in terms of grammar and lexical content, focussing on current issues and discussions in the Spanish-speaking world. The methodology is based on constant practice to achieve mastery of the language. In addition, the course offers a good opportunity to review and activate what has been learnt through activities with a communicative approach and collaborative work, while at the same time dealing with intercultural competence.
|General language requirement level B2 taking into account the respective study regulations / prerequisite for level C1.
|Announced by the teacher