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On the completion of this module, students should be able to
- produce short descriptive and narrative written texts on everyday topics, employing both present and past tense
- participate in simple conversation on topics relevant to this module
- understand the overall meaning and extract specific information from selected written and aural texts
- demonstrate familiarity and the ability to employ an appropriate range of vocabulary relating to topics relevant to the module
- display a command of sentence structures in main and sub clauses, such as conjunctions
This module will cover familiar topics relating to everyday life, such as family, relationships, travel and mobility, hobbies, media, professions, entertainment, cities, traditions and customs, films and inventors/ inventions. In terms of grammar, topics include subclauses, possessive articles, modal verbs, reflexive pronouns, indirect questions, personal pronouns, temporal adverbs,, prepositions (dative and accusative) and the passiv.
|Student Effort Type||Hours|
|Specified Learning Activities||
|Autonomous Student Learning||
Knowledge of basic German grammar such as is provided in the semester 1 module GER 10100 (equivalent to CEFR level A1)Learning Exclusions:
Students with prior formal study of German and attainment of Leaving Cert (Honours) C level or equivalent are not eligible to take this module. Students who have taken GER 10010 German Language Ia in semester 1 are not eligible to take this module.Learning Recommendations:
Students who have not followed GER 10100 in semester 1 are advised that GER 10110 is a continuation module and assumes a knowledge of the basics of German grammar. Any student contemplating taking this module who is unsure if s/he possesses the necessary linguistic preparation should consult the module coordinator.
|Resit In||Terminal Exam|
|Autumn||Yes - 2 Hour|
• Feedback individually to students, post-assessment
• Group/class feedback, post-assessment
Feedback is given as soon as possible after the assessment and will normally be provided within 2 weeks of the assessment.
|Ms Zeineb Bahri||Tutor|