German Project Intermediate 2
This unit aims to enable students at an 'Intermediate' or 'Higher Intermediate' level of competence in the language to work autonomously, exploring an aspect of the culture or society whose language they are studying, normally in relation to their main field of study.
- University credits: 10
- University levels: 1-4
- Pre-requisite: MLT253, AS level grade A, A level grade B-D, CEF B1-/B1
- Co-requisite: On consultation with the Language Co-ordinator only.
- Availability: Students, members of staff, members of the public
- Teaching period: Spring semester (see timetables and course dates)
- Contact times: One-hour weekly tutorial for 11 weeks, starting in Week 2 of the semester.
- Group size: Maximum of 20 students.
- Language Co-ordinator: Dr Marina Micke
- Module Leader: Dr Marina Micke
- Pathway: MLT264
Students on this module acquire basic subject-specific terminology and to develop essential research skills. Through weekly tutorials, students will be guided and supported in their completion of a written portfolio (1,000 words) and their preparation of an oral presentation summarizing their research and demonstrating their acquisition of relevant academic and linguistic skills.
Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to:
- perform at Level B1- ('Intermediate') or B1+ ('Higher Intermediate') of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
- interpret information gleaned, making initial hypotheses and drawing conclusions from it as appropriate
- present their findings in speech and writing in the target language, using an appropriate register.
- plan and manage a project involving individual research.
- Project portfolio submitted in Week 12 (2/3 of the overall mark) and including a 1,000-word project report
- Spoken presentation (6-8 minutes) of the project to the group in Week 13 (1/3 of the overall mark)
- A pass grade will be awarded for the module only if a spoken presentation is delivered.
Feedback: Individual and collective feedback will be provided regularly throughout the semester during class activities and/or individually during advice sessions and upon submission of the project draft.
This module can be validated as part of the following schemes:
- Undergraduate degree
- MLTC Certificate of Completion
The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it is up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research, funding changes, professional accreditation requirements, student or employer feedback, outcomes of reviews, and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.
Information last updated: 25 June 2021