German Intensive course: Zoom on Berlin B1-B2
German class in the morning:
75 credit hours
Monday to Friday, 09.00 am – 1.30 pm
Academic lessons in the afternoon:
15 credit hours
two times a week, Tuesday to Thursday, 02.30 pm – 04.00 pm
Content of the Academic lessons
“If you get tired of Berlin, you’ll get tired of life.” You can always hear that in the German capital. But what makes Berlin so unique, fascinating, and attracts bohemians, students and many others from all over the world?
In “Zoom on Berlin”, we try to look at selected aspects of this phenomenon very closely. In many excursions we experience Berlin exactly where life happens. Explore places that wrote and are still writing history. Visit popular concerts and world famous theaters. Take part in interesting studio and museum tours and experience Berlin by individual excursions. In our introductory seminars, you will get the necessary background knowledge so that you can discover your Berlin.
This is how you can experience Berlin first hand and stick to the city’s motto “be Berlin”.
He graduated from Kassel University with a Master’s degree in Philology and Foreign Language Teaching. In London (UK) he also studied Performing Arts and worked as an assistant to the director of the department of drama and contemporary dance at Staatstheater Kassel. He started teaching foreign languages at Kassel University in 2007 and has been teaching German as a Foreign Language at both Goethe–Institut and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin since 2008. At Goethe–Institut he has been teaching German teachers in methodology and didactics since 2010. Apart from teaching languages, Jens designs tests for the official Goethe – Certificate and is a certified examiner at Goethe-Institut.
At Cornelsen–Schulbuchverlage, a renowned publisher for teaching material, Jens has been an author of textbooks, workbooks, teacher’s books, tests and literature since 2014.
His long term stays abroad comprise the UK, the USA and Spain.
Please use the following link to register for this course: https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/hu-gla-en/wmi-en