German language courses for advanced beginners (A1.2) // additional course
Note: After the course is fully booked at 5 p.m., up to now we offer to register for an identical additional course, which starts at 6.45 p.m.
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You just arrived?
No idea of the German language?
New habits, new culture, new climate?
The training program of the Beutenberg-Campus Jena e.V. “weiter bilden am Beutenberg” offers German language courses for beginners which cover the A1 level. These courses will take place twice a week throughout the term of 6 weeks. To create a good learning atmosphere we intend to have small class sizes (5 min/12 max).
You will get an introduction into the German language such as use of present tense, german articles, structure of sentences etc., and also learn about habits and lifestyle of your new living, working and social environments.
Topics of the course:
- International Terms
- Orientation in the city
- Making appointments
- Daily routine
- Organizing your spare time
The course is scheduled for 12 meetings, twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays.
To estimate your own linguistic proficiency you may follow this link: http://www.cornelsen.de/sites/einstufungstest/GER-Einstufungstest/DaF_Einstufungstest_Niveau_A1_DE/
We recommend to share your result of this test with your language trainer within the first meeting. Thus you will get the opportunity to particularly improve your personal steps forward into the German language.
The access to an internet platform with all suitable information concerning this course will support your effort to establish yourself in Jena.
Start: Monday, September 23, 2019
Time: 18:45 -20:15 h
Venue: Conference room E0.2.207, Abbe-Zentrum Beutenberg, Hans-Knöll-Str. 1, Beutenberg Campus
Costs: € 195,- / participant (The course fee will be invoiced after the end of the course!)
Partner: JenDaF www.jendaf.de
Please be aware that your registration is binding. We assume that you register in accordance with your superior respectively your institution, as long as you do not intend to participate as private person.
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