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GRMN3410 German Studies 10
- 6 points
Availability Location Mode Semester 2 Online Online timetabled
- Details for undergraduate courses
- Level 3 option in the GRMNI German Studies; GRMNA German Studies major sequences
- Level 3 elective
- This unit, if taken with GRMN3409 German Studies 9, forms Pair 2 of options in the MJD-GRMNI and MJD-GRMNP German Studies majors. The unit develops students' proficiency in advanced German and English. Its focus is on particular aspects of language study such as translation of newspaper articles, intensive grammar studies, the development of advanced reading skills and techniques of essay writing. The unit teaches students to study German texts in great detail and to develop their written expression in both German and English. In preparation for each class students translate a provided text from German into English or vice versa using a variety of aids—bilingual dictionary; monolingual dictionary (English and German); collocations dictionary (English and German); matching texts; word-fields; and internet resources. Students then bring their translation together with matching articles to class. Part of the class is spent in discussion in small groups of two or three students, comparing translations and considering the differences. The remaining part of the class is an open forum and discussion of the meaning of the original text and the accuracy and appropriateness of the suggested translations. This open forum leads to a better understanding of the specific language/translation problems posed by the text and of the techniques required to solve them, while sharpening students' writing, speaking and presentation skills, as well as their critical information literacy and interpersonal skills. Each text is chosen to illustrate a specific area of language use in particular such as reported speech, syntax, tenses or collocations; or a specific area of translation practice such as accuracy, audience, explicitness and appropriateness; or a specific area of contrastive language study such as sentence structure, verbal/noun structures and register.
Students gain an increased level of competency in all four macro skills—listening to, speaking, reading and writing German corresponding to proficiency Levels B2/C1 and upwards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Gemeinsamer Europaischer Referenzrahmen).
Students develop an increased awareness of intercultural understanding and of language learning, as well as research skills and communication strategies and increased awareness of how languages work in general.
- Students are able to (1) gain an increased level of competency in all four macro skills—listening to, speaking, reading and writing German corresponding to proficiency Levels B2/C1 and upwards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Gemeinsamer Europaischer Referenzrahmen) and (2) develop an increased awareness of intercultural understanding and a greater sensitivity to modern German perspectives on world events.
- Indicative assessments in this unit are as follows: (1) in-class tests; (2) written assignments; and (3) oral tasks. Further information is available in the unit outline.Student may be offered supplementary assessment in this unit if they meet the eligibility criteria.
Except where supplementary assessment is not available in a unit, it will be offered to students in all units who:
- Are in good academic standing overall;
- Have passed over half the units taken in the teaching period concerned, except where they are only enrolled in two or less units in the period;
- Have submitted all assessment items in the unit;
- Have achieved a mark between 45 and 49 for the unit overall, or the same mark in any failed component item in the unit; and
- No finding of academic misconduct has been made against them in the unit concerned.
Additionally student may apply for supplementary assessment in any unit which is the final unit required for graduation in there course and where they have achieved a mark between 45 and 49 for the unit overall, or the same mark in any failed component item in the unit.
- Unit Coordinator(s)
- Professor Alexandra Ludewig
- Unit rules
- Contact hours
- seminars: 2 hours per week (over 12 weeks)
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