Duration: 80 HOURS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: German Language Level B1 Skill Development Course

Course Duration: 80 Hours (Part-Time)

Course Objectives:

  1. To achieve a strong foundation in the German language at the B1 level, focusing on essential grammar and vocabulary.
  2. To develop practical communication skills in both spoken and written German.
  3. To prepare students for self-employment opportunities that require proficiency in the German language, such as translation, interpretation, and international business.

Course Overview:

Module 1: Building Language Skills

  • Future Tense
  • Modal Verbs: Can, May, Want
  • Time Adverbs
  • Artikels "Welch-" and "Irgendein-"
  • Verb "Brauchen" and its usage
  • Connectors for coherent sentences
  • Use of "nämlich"
  • Pronouns for effective communication

Module 2: Intermediate Grammar and Vocabulary

  • Subclauses with "dass"
  • Adjectives ending in "-bar"
  • Differentiating between "von" and "aus"
  • The versatile use of the verb "lassen"
  • Impersonal Expressions
  • Irregular Verbs
  • Genitive Case and Possessive Articles
  • Demonstrative Pronouns in the Genitive Case
  • Building sentences with "indem" and "sodass"

Module 3: Advanced Grammar and Communication

  • Adjective declension
  • Modal verbs and their importance
  • Directional Adverbs
  • Perfect Tense for past actions
  • Modal Indications for expressing possibility
  • Constructing Indirect Questions
  • Conditional Sentences
  • Infinitive Sentences
  • Using the Perfect Past Tense

Module 4: Complex Grammar and Expressions

  • Modifications of the verb "werden"
  • Connectors: "weil," "da," "denn"
  • Subjunctive II for expressing unreal wishes
  • Wish Sentences using Subjunctive II
  • Subjunctive II with Modal Verbs
  • Usage of the word "falls"
  • Verbs with Infinitives
  • Prefix "un-" for negation
  • Preposition Adverbs
  • Verbs with Prepositional Objects
  • Relative Pronouns for sentence structure
  • Time Sub-sentences

Module 5: Cultural and Practical Insights

  • German Idioms
  • Overview of the German Educational System
  • German Celebrations and Festivals
  • German Culture, including food, places, and virtues

Course Teaching Methodology:

  1. Interactive Language Classes: Engaging lessons focusing on communication.
  2. Grammar Workshops: In-depth study of grammar concepts.
  3. Speaking Practice: Conversational exercises and group discussions.
  4. Writing Assignments: Composing essays and reports.
  5. Role-plays and Simulations: Real-life scenarios for practical application.
  6. Audiovisual Materials: Incorporating German media for listening comprehension.
  7. Cultural Insights: Understanding the cultural nuances of the German-speaking world.

Importance for Learner in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

  • Proficiency in German at the B1 level is valued in international business and trade.
  • Opens doors to self-employment opportunities as a translator, interpreter, or language consultant.
  • Increases employability in multinational companies operating in India and abroad.
  • Enhances intercultural communication skills, which are valuable in a globalized world.

Note: It is crucial for students to have passed the Certificate in German Language - Level A2 by AICPE before enrolling in this course, as mentioned in the important note. The course content can be adjusted based on the specific requirements of learners or location, ensuring it remains adaptable to the needs of the students.

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