GE329 or equivalent
OverviewThis module comprises: translation from German to English, grammar exercises, conversation classes, and the culture and politics of the German-speaking countries ('Landeskunde').
This module appears in:
80 hours over 20 weeks.
Method of assessment
30% Coursework, 70% Exam
Indicative Reading List:
Dodd, W., Eckhard-Black, C., Kalpper, R. & Whittle, R. (1996), Modern German Grammar: A Practical Guide, Routledge: London.
Dodd, W., Eckhard-Black, C., Kalpper, R. & Whittle, R. (1996), Modern German Grammar: A Workbook, Routledge: London.
Students who successfully complete this module will be able to:
11.1 Demonstrate revision and development of German grammar to an advanced intermediate level;
11.2 Demonstrate extensive vocabulary building;
11.3 Demonstrate the ability to read increasingly difficult texts in German;
11.4 Demonstrate the ability to conduct meaningful conversations in German and acquire knowledge about the country.
Progression from GE304 and GE505