|Primarily for students of economics and transport sciences, as well as international relations at the TU Dresden, but also open to students of all faculties.
|- Structure and style of scientific text types.
- Grammatical structures of scientific language.
- Exercises to set up theses and ways of definition.
- Intensive training of correct citation.
- Exercises for impersonal formulating.
- Characteristics of written scientific reasoning.
|B2+ or proof of knowledge through a placement test.
|European Framework of Reference/CEFR:
|Type of teaching/duration:
|1 semester language course/language course | 4 SWS
|Frequency of the course:
|The total workload is 130 hours. Of these, 60 hours are accounted for by attendance and 70 hours by self-study, including the completion of the examination.
The credit points are earned when the examination is passed.
|Credit points and grades:
|(graded) participation certificate
|The students have the ability to study independently and produce work-related written communication in Spanish at level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. The students can write complex scientific and job-related written technical texts in detail and express them clearly and fluently on topics in their field using complex linguistic structures as well as an extensive general and specialist vocabulary. The aim of the course is to improve writing skills. It is about text type characteristics, style and grammatical and other linguistic phenomena. During the semester, you work on producing your own writing, which promotes and continuously optimizes your own technical language skills.
|General language requirement level C1, taking into account the respective study regulations / prerequisite for level C1+.
|Announced by the teacher
SPANISH C1 – PROJECT: ACADEMIC WRITING
GLORIA TERESA ARREGOCES IBARRA
LANGUAGE SPECIALIST – ROMANCE LANGUAGES
RESPONSIBLE FOR SPANISH
Freiberger Straße 37, room 101
(0351) 404 70 244
SE1, Zellescher Weg 22, room 16a
(0351) 463 31699
Consultations by appointment