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B1 for Intermidiate

Course Code: LGP-0003

FREE ACCESS

  •   Access to course content
  •   No access to labs
  •   Certificate not included

PAID ACCESS

  •   Access to course content
  •   Access to all course labs
  •   Blockchain Enabled Certificate
  •   and Badges

SCHEDULE

  • SCHEDULE A - Start Date: October 31, 2022, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Mon-Fri)
  • SCHEDULE B - Start Date: October 31, 2022, 2:00 AM - 5:00 AM (Mon-Fri)
  • SCHEDULE C - Start Date: November 28, 2022, 10:00:00 PM - 1:00 AM (Mon-Fri)

ABOUT THIS COURSE

At the B1 Level, you will be able to understand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, and leisure. You can handle most scenarios you are likely to encounter while traveling in a region where the language is spoken. You can generate easy, related text about general or personal topics. For example, in addition to describing experiences and events, dreams, desires, and ambitions, you might briefly explain the reasoning behind your beliefs and plans. With these skills, you will be able to pass the level B1 German exam and receive a certificate according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Recommended Apps & Other

  • LEO dictionary / dict.cc dictionary
  • DW Learn German
  • BlinkLearning
  • Other apps or websites will be shared in the course

Course Requirements

  • Internet connection (DSL, LAN, or cable connection desirable)
  • Headphone/Earphone with microphone and sufficient quality
  • Access to Zoom
  • Access to BlinkLearning.com
  • Device capable of handling video conferencing, preferrable laptop or tablet
  • Quiet environment

Topic Outline/Schedule

  • Week 01
    • talking about preferences and dislikes, understanding and making dialogues about planning a trip, understanding information about travel destinations, writing poems about vacation, understanding announcements, understanding blog articles, talking about consumer behavior and services, expressing consequences, to complain, understanding technical information, introducing dw Topthema, practise to plan something and writing complaint letter
  • Week 02
    • expressing arguments and counterarguments, writing and expressing opinion, understanding and comparing advertisements, marketing strategies, chapter test 2, changes in life, talking about past, talking about luck, understanding radio shows, describing an object/event, talking about good behavior, chapter test 3, Plattform 1, so geht's Lesen part 2
  • Week 03
    • express unreal things, apologize and react to apologies, job applications, asking for information on the phone, giving information, structure a text, exchange tips, chapter test 4, comparisons, understanding text about start-ups, talking about ideas, so geht's Lesen part 3, speaking strategies, speaking MT prep.
  • Week 04
    • talking about weather, talking about goals, environment, chapter test 5, talking about plans and resolutions, understanding advise, understanding long texts, descriptions, talking about the future and expectations, understanding and discussing songs, chapter test 6, Plattform 2, so geht's Lesen part 4, jeopardy to review chapter 1 to 4, listening strategies
  • Week 05
    • temporal sequences, talking about conflicts and friendships, assigning information to texts, talking about fables, introducing a couple, reading out texts, chapter test 5, offering /accepting/ rejecting help, warn someone, talking about habits, finding info’s in texts, so geht's Lesen part 5, reading strategies
  • Week 06
    • talking about music and feelings, understanding debates on the radio, present special places, chapter test 8, newspaper articles, negation, talking about picture, understanding course programs, describe things and persons, understanding and writing ads, understanding and talking about German folk music, so gehts part 6, jeopardy to review chapter 5 to 8, Topthema, chapter test 9, Pattform 3
  • Week 07
    • social commitments, describing processes, writing about social projects, talking about institutions, understanding the U.E , giving short presentations, chapter test 10, talking and discussing about life in the city, writing a report, so geht’s chapter 7, test simulation
  • Week 08
    • to mediate in a discussion, making a program for a city visit, writing to different people, chapter test 11, dialogues at the bank, understanding websites, understanding and giving arguments, talking about behavior, describing difficult situations, to do reports, chapter test 12, Plattform 4, so geht's Lesen chapter 8, jeopardy to review chapter 9 to 12, to plan something and give presentations, debate
  • Week 09: Mocktest simulation
  • Week 09: Mocktest simulation
  • Week 09: Mocktest simulation
  • Week 09: Mocktest simulation
  • Friday: Final Mocktest
  • Saturday: Announcement of the results through individual meetings in Zoom

Instructor Information

  • Jérémy Pellier
  • Chris Scott
  • Mathias Müller
  • Andreas Bäcker
  • Lorenz Wuthrich
  • Kathy Blom

Course Details

  1. Classes Start

  2. Estimated Effort

    3 hrs./day, 5 days/week, 12 weeks, Total of 180 hrs.
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