Course Description: In this online class, we will focus on reading and writing in an asynchronous setting while two additional Zoom classes will give the students the opportunity to talk to their native German teacher, and classmates. The readings examine contemporary topics of daily life in the German speaking countries, such as politics, literature, sports, music, etc. Each week, students will work on a written response to the assigned readings, express their own views and ideas on the topic and will also be introduced to a more structured way of writing. Students will receive feedback on their writing with a focus on content as well as on grammar, style, and complexity of sentences with the aim to improve their German writing skills overall.
Zoom Meetings: September 8, 7pm and October 12, 7pm CDT.
Prerequisites: Due to the flexible structure of the course and the student-centered approach adopted for this class, students at various levels of proficiency may enroll. This class welcomes students who completed Elementary III, Elementary IV, Intermediate, or Proficient (or CEFR Level A2 and up). Please refer to your German language proficiency when registering so we can support you at your level.
Minimum Enrollment: 6 Students
***Payment must be received within 15 minutes of registration to avoid cancelling your enrollment. Please contact Danica Polanski with any questions.
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Chicago, IL 60625
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