LENG-2311 Alemán V
Students increase their listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing skills, and they also learn how to relate this knowledge to the socio-cultural context of German speaking countries. The course concentrates on the use of authentic material (for example, newspaper articles) and it is based on what students have learned in preceding courses. By the end of this course GERMAN 5, students will be in Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference. According to this framework, students will be able to understand the main idea when using a standard register of the language and when discussing familiar topics such as work, school, leisure time, etc. They will be able to handle most situations faced during a trip. They will be able to express themselves in a simple, coherent manner regarding familiar topics and personal interests. They will be able to express themselves clearly, explain their point of view regarding a current event, and name the advantages and disadvantages of several options.
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