|Term 1 Start Date:||8 Feb||Course Length:||8 Weeks (2 hrs/ night)|
|Term 2 Start Date:||3 May|
|Term 3 Start Date:||26 Jul|
|Term 4 Start Date:||18 Oct|
|Course Time:||Wednesday 7:00 - 9:00pm|
PLEASE NOTE: DURING TERM 1 THERE WILL BE A TWO (2) WEEK BREAK IN MID-MARCH, WITH THE TWO (2) MISSED CLASSES APPENDED TO THE END OF THE TERM
Students will build on the skills developed in the beginners course. They will learn how to describe what they like to do in their free time, such as play sport or a musical instrument, and improve their understanding of German grammar eg word order. Course participants will also learn how to name family members and count to 100. Furthermore, emphasis will be placed on correct gender and plural usage and how to express possession and negation.
Listening, speaking, reading and writing skills will all be developed through the use of modern and engaging course materials, multimedia and fun classroom activities. Depending on student preferences, a classic German-language film (with subtitles) might be viewed in the final lesson.
Note: this is a different level to German - Continuing 2
Bring your own pen/s and notebook. Other materials will be provided.
German by descent through his mother, Mr Martin Callaghan holds a Diploma in European Studies (German Studies) from the University of NSW along with a Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) from the Australian Catholic University and has taught foreign languages and Commerce/Business Studies in both the ACT and NSW secondary school systems. In addition, he has passed the "Zentrale Mittelstufenpruefung" of the Goethe-Institut and been awarded a scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) to attend the "Deutschland Kundlicherwinterkurs" at the University of Freiburg as well as a Catholic Education Office (CEO) Teaching Scholarship by the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn.
Austrian Embassy Canberra
12 Talbot Street, Forrest A.C.T. 2603, Australia
(Post: P.O. Box 3375, Manuka A.C.T. 2603, Australia)
Wednesday, 1 June 2016
|Wed||08-Feb||03-May||26-Jul||18-Oct||7.00 - 9.00pm||8|