In "German: Basic Course" students will read the textbook on German grammar for beginners, and practice reading, writing, listening, and speaking in German.
In the "Course 3" students makes the past, passive, and relative clause. With visual materials students will touch German culture and history.
During the yearlong practice, students will develop the elementary knowledge and skills needed for communication in German. In this quarter they should make various expressions and familiarize themselves with thinking forms of German. They can also acquire the understanding of foreign culture.
Students will be able to:
1) make the past.
2) make the passive.
3) make the relative clause.
・elementary German grammar
・reading, writing, listening and speaking in German
|Specialist skills||✔ Intercultural skills||✔ Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Class time will be used to practice writing, reading, listening, and speaking in German with a textbook on grammar for beginners.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Three forms of verb||To be announced during classes.|
|Class 2||Tense in German|
|Class 3||The past|
|Class 4||Perfect tense - present, past, future|
|Class 5||The passive|
|Class 6||Impersonal verbs|
|Class 7||Relative clause - writing|
|Class 8||Sentence with relative clause - reading|
Text book specified by the instructor.
A German-Japanese dictionary is necessary. (You can choose your comfortable dictionary.) The other materials for practice are given in the classes.
The scores are besed on final (and midterm) exams (60%) and exercises in classes (40%).
Students require the knowledge and skills to pronounce and make the present sentences in German. The enrollment in the "German: Basic Course 1, 2" is desirable. You can overview the German grammar through a continuous learning in "German: Basic Course 4". "Introduction to Foreign Language 1, 2" will encourage your understanding of language and culture in Germany.