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HU GLA WM I, 2020: Our new course for Winter in Berlin (A2)

German Intensive Course A2

Course details

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 Academic lessons

From yesterday to tomorrow – A Berlin journey through time from the past to the future

In this course you will learn about Berlin’s history from the construction of the Berlin Wall to the supposed future. Together you will discover the traditional and modern sides of the city and at the same time learn something about the motley and individual life of Berliners. Excursions take us to historical locations and a museum that speculates about the future.

Instructor

Jennifer Schrodt

2013 Master of Arts – German as a Foreign Language, Philipps-Universität Marburg

2010 Bachelor of Arts – German Studies, Universität Kassel

Working abroad:

Lecturer for German at the University of Portsmouth (United Kingdom)

Language assistent at „Goese Lyceum“ (Netherlands)

Language trainer for children at „Alemanisimo“ (Spain)

Other occupations:

Video journalist and media trainer for children and adolescents

Please register for this course under the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/courses-and-registration/hu-gla/winter-module-1

21. November 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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HU GLA WM I, 2020: Our new course for German Culture and Area Studies (B1-B2)

Course details

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 Academic lessons

The German Empire and the First World War, the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, the division of Germany after the Second World War, the reunification in 1989 and finally the refugee crisis since 2015:

In this seminar we will examine, which changes Germany went through from the founding of the Empire in 1871 until the present time. We will focus on political, social and cultural processes, as they have been perceived and described by artists, writers and filmmakers at the time. Additionally we will concentrate on Berlin as a colorful iridescent kaleidoscope of historical change.

Excursions to museums and places of documentation offer the opportunity to experience the developments of the country in its present and historical dimensions – to deepen acquired impressions and knowledge:

We will visit the Alte Nationalgalerie (painting of the romance), the Jewish Museum Berlin and the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen.

Instructor

Dr. Anja Richter

Since 2019 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the German Language Academy at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Since 2013 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the Language Center of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Since 2012 lecturer for Modern German Literature at the Freie Universität Berlin

2011 – 2013 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the Freie Universität Berlin

2010 Ph.D. degree in Modern German Literature at the Freie Universität Berlin

1999 – 2011 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at different Language schools (Goethe-Institut Berlin; Language Enterprise, New York)

1999 Graduation in the postgraduate study „German as a Foreign language (DaF”) at the Universität Potsdam

1997 Graduation in the Master’s Degree in Modern German Literature, Theater Studies and Art History at the Freie Universität Berlin

Please register for this course under the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/courses-and-registration/hu-gla/winter-module-1

25. October 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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The Online registration for our HU GLA Summer Program 2020 is open!

Please note, that the online registration for our HU GLA Summer Program, 2020 is open already.

If you are interested in a German Intensive course during the upcoming summer period, you are welcome to check the offer of our program. Our courses cover the language level A1.2-C2.

For further information about course contents and a registration online please use the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/courses-and-registration/hu-gla

12. September 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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Our HU GLA Flyer 2020 is online now!!!

We offer new German Intensive courses for the season 2020. 
Want to find out? Just check:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/courses-and-registration/hu-gla/hu-gla-flyer-2020.pdf

22. August 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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The Online registration for our HU GLA Winter Program 2020 is open!

Please note, that the online registration for our HU GLA Winter Program, 2020 is open already.

If you are interested in a German Intensive course during the upcoming winter period, you are welcome to check the offer of our program. Our courses cover the language level A1.2-C2.

For further information about course contents and a registration online please use the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/courses-and-registration/hu-gla

24. June 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | 2 comments 2#187;
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HU GLA SM I, 2019: Summer in Berlin (A1.2 German Intensive course)

German Intensive Course A1.2

Course details

German class in the morning

80 credit hours

Monday to Friday, 09.00 am – 12.30 pm

Academic lessons in the afternoon

20 credit hours

two to three times a week, Tuesday to Thursday, 01.30 pm – 03.00 pm

Content of Academic lessons

Streetlife – Experience and discover Berlin

“Berliners are unfriendly and reckless, rude and bossy, Berlin is repugnant, loud, dirty and gray, construction sites and clogged roads wherever you look – but I feel sorry for all people who can not live here!”

Anneliese Bödecker

Get to know Berlin, its art, culture and people directly on the streets of Berlin and see what makes Berlin so special. In communicative situations, we move through the city and practice our German at the same time. On the street we discover Berlin’s alternative and creative side through graffiti and street performances. Additionally, we experience the intercultural side of Berlin on the Maybachufer in Berlin-Neukölln (excursions: city rally through Berlin-Mitte, graffiti tour through Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, visit the Turkish market on Maybachufer in Berlin-Neukölln, visit of the Urban Nation Museum For Contemporary Art).

Instructor

Andreas Fechner

2015 Graduation in Master’s degree program in Foreign German/German as a Foreign and Second Language at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena

2012 Graduation in Master’s degree in Asian Studies and Oriental and Asian Languages/Translating at the University of Bonn and the University of Kumamoto, Japan (exchange year)

Since 2011 Lecturer in German as a Foreign and Second Language in Berlin (inter alia at the Goethe-Institut Berlin) and abroad (inter alia at the Goethe-Institut Korea in Seoul, Daegu and Busan)

Please register for this course under the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/studium-und-lehre/hu-gla/summer-module-1

24. May 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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Die HU GLA sucht UNTERKÜNFTE für internationale Deutschkursteilnehmer/innen, Sommer 2019

Zeiträume:

SM I (15.06.2019 – 13.07.2019) und/oder

SM II (13.07.2019 – 10.08.2019)

Unterbringung: Einzelzimmer mit Bett, Schrank und Schreibtisch, W-Lan Zugang, Mitbenutzung Bad und Küche, separater Wohnungsschlüssel

Vergütung: 450 EUR pro Person und Zeitraum

Kontakt: HU German Language Academy (HU GLA), Beate Ramin-Getter, Dorotheenstraße 65; Raum 2.40, 10117 Berlin

www.germanacademy.spz@hu-berlin.de

29. April 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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HU GLA SM I, 2019: Summer in Berlin (A2 German Intensive course)

Course details

German class in the morning

80 credit hours

Monday to Friday, 09.00 am – 12.30 pm

Academic lessons in the afternoon

20 credit hours

two to three times a week, Tuesday to Thursday, 01.30 pm – 03.00 pm

Content of Academic lessons

In this course we will take a look into the turbulent past of the city of Berlin. You will learn how migration has had a lasting effect on the development of the German capital. In addition, you will experience first-hand the diverse cultural influences through excursions in the neighborhoods of Berlin. You will hear stories from and about Berliners and will find out the peculiarities of their city. Furthermore, you will discover the living situation more than a hundred years ago at original locations and get an idea of living in Berlin around 1900. You will continue to learn about everyday life in the former GDR. Finally, you will gain insights into the work of the world-famous German international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).

Instructor

Liane Wyschka

Since 2017 certified assessor at the TestDaF-Institut Bochum

Since 2010 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2008 – 2010 Instructor for German as a Foreign Language (DaF) at Oberlin College in Oberlin, USA

2006 Graduation in the Master’s Degree at the University of Calgary, Canada

2001 Graduation in the Master’s Degree in American Studies and graduation in the postgraduate study German as a Foreign Language at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin 2001 DaF Lecturer through the DAAD Program at the Universidad de Concepción, Chile

Please register for this course under the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/studium-und-lehre/hu-gla/summer-module-1

23. April 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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HU GLA SM I, 2019: Summer in Berlin (B1 German Intensive course)

German Intensive Course: Summer in Berlin B1

Course details

German class in the morning

80 credit hours

Monday to Friday, 09.00 am – 12.30 pm

Academic lessons in the afternoon

20 credit hours

two to three times a week, Tuesday to Thursday, 01.30 pm – 03.00 pm

Content of Academic lessons

The German Empire and the First World War, the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich, the division of Germany after the Second World War, the reunification in 1989 and finally the refugee crisis since 2015: In this seminar we will examine, which changes Germany went through from the founding of the Empire in 1871 until the present time. We will focus primarily on political, social and cultural processes, as they were perceived and described by artists, writers and filmmakers at the time – and on Berlin as a colorful iridescent kaleidoscope of historical change.

Excursions to museums and places of documentation offer the opportunity to experience the developments of the country in its present and historical dimensions and to deepen acquired impressions and knowledge: We will visit the Alte Nationalgalerie (painting of the romance), the Reichstag, the memorial Deutscher Widerstand, the airport Tempelhof (built during National Socialism, the former center of the “Berliner Luftbrücke” and since 2015 refugee accommodation) and the Kreuzberg neighborhood.

Instructor

Dr. Anja Richter

Since 2019 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the German Language Academy at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Since 2013 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the Language Center of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Since 2012 lecturer for Modern German Literature at the Freie Universität Berlin

2011 – 2013 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at the Freie Universität Berlin

2010 Ph.D. degree in Modern German Literature at the Freie Universität Berlin

1999 bis 2011 instructor for German as a Foreign language (DaF) at different Language schools (Goethe-Institut Berlin; Language Enterprise, New York)

1999 Graduation in the postgraduate study „German as a Foreign language (DaF”) at the Universität Potsdam

1997 Graduation in the Master’s Degree in Modern German Literature, Theater Studies and Art History at the Freie Universität Berlin

Please register for this course under the following link:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/studium-und-lehre/hu-gla/summer-module-1

11. April 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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HU GLA SM I, 2019: Nanu, die Deutschen! (C1-C2 Deutsch-Intensivkurs)

Kursdetails

Deutschunterricht am Vormittag    

80 Unterrichtseinheiten

Montag bis Freitag, 9.00 – 12.30 Uhr

Fachunterricht am Nachmittag

20 Unterrichtseinheiten

zwei- bis dreimal pro Woche, Dienstag bis Donnerstag, 13.30 – 15.00 Uhr  

Inhalt des Fachunterrichts

Dieser Kurs mit dem Germanisten und Filmemacher Karsten Eckardt ist eine Einladung zu einer Zeitreise durch die deutsche Kulturgeschichte für fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner/ innen. In Seminaren und Exkursionen erfahren Sie eine so persönliche wie spannende Annäherung an Etappen der deutschen Geschichte bis heute. Reflektieren Sie deutsche Kulturgeschichte im Spiegel von ausgewählter Literatur, Musik und Filmen: Von Goethe über Leni Riefenstahl – von Christa Wolf bis Samy Deluxe. Nanu, die Deutschen!

Ein Überblick über die Filme, die Literatur, die Musik und die Kultur der Deutschen und Berlins. Manchmal war ich überrascht, manchmal berührt. Nanu! Was für ein origineller Kurs!

(O.R. / eine Teilnehmerin aus der Schweiz)

Dozent

Karsten Eckardt

1996 Abschluss Magister Artium an der Freien Universität Berlin in Germanistik und Theaterwissenschaften

1997 Zusatzausbildung DaF

Seit 1997 freiberuflicher Regisseur für Film und Theater

Seit 1999 DaF-Lehrer und Dozent u.a. am Sprachenzentrum der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2005-2006 Gastdozent am Bates College, USA

2014 Gastdozent an den Universitäten Lausanne und Genf, Schweiz

Arbeitsmaterial

Als Arbeitsmaterial dient ein eigenes akademisches DaF-Lehrbuch für die Oberstufe: “Der Sprachverführer”. Dieser beinhaltet zwei Teile:

1. den “Kulturverführer” mit einer für jeden Kurs neu zusammengestellten Sammlung aus aktuellen journalistischen Texten, thematisch vertiefenden Essays sowie kulturspezifisch exemplarischen literarischen Texten

2. einen didaktisch übersichtlich gestalteten Sprach- und Grammatikteil mit Übungen zu verschiedenen Schwerpunkten für die C1 bzw. C2 Stufe inklusive Anleitungen zu gezieltem Wortschatztraining. 

Beide Teile des Buches lassen sich im Unterricht in vielfältig wechselnden Aufgabenstellungen flexibel aufeinander beziehen und miteinander verbinden. “Der Sprachverführer” ist explizit für die Ansprüche und Bedürfnisse einer akademisch orientierten Zielgruppe konzipiert. Das Buch lässt sich bei Bedarf in der inhaltlichen wie grammatischen Progression über zwei Vollzeit-Intensivkurse erweitern.

Bitte melden Sie sich unter folgendem Link für diesen Kurs an:

https://www.sprachenzentrum.hu-berlin.de/en/hu-gla/summer-module-1

26. March 2019 | Posted by Beate Ramin-Getter | No comments »
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