Esercitazioni linguistiche - Lingua tedesca

A.Y. 2020/2021
100
Overall hours
SSD
L-LIN/14
Language
German
Learning objectives
The aim of the esercitazioni (i.e., practical classes added to the course but that do not allow to accrue ECTS), is that students acquire and develop written, oral, interaction and mediation skills, in accordance with levels described by the Common European Framework of Reference for languages. Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR) and its subsequent revisions and updates.
Expected learning outcomes
The expected result in terms of applied competence is the achievement of the level specified for every year for all linguistic-communicative activities: reception (listening and reading), production of written and oral texts, interaction and mediation. The entrance level is detailed in the Prerequisites (none), while the expected goal is detailed in the Syllabus. Students are expected to spend time on self-study to prepare for classes and to review and consolidate work done in class.
Course syllabus and organization

Gruppo 1A (A-D)

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed synchronously based on the timetable of the first quarter.
Programme and reference material
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
Learning verification and evaluation criteria
The examination will be conducted in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in presence, always in written and oral form.
The written test verifies knowledge of the basic vocabulary and fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher.
Course syllabus
The aim is to reach CEFR language level A2 and partly level B1 (written comprehension).
The exercises with native speakers are aimed at acquiring and practising the fundamentals of German grammar in writing and orally: conjunctions, prepositions, negation, nominal declension and verbal conjugation, active and passive of strong and weak verbs, modal verbs, secondary propositions. In addition, the exercises aim to achieve a basic communicative competence in German. Topics covered: countries, nationalities and languages; weather (time, days, months, seasons, date), family, professions and work, leisure, clothes and colours, eating and drinking, restaurant, shopping, flat, body and health, city and nature, animals and plants, weather, holidays, school and university, vocational training, character and description of a person, means of transport, parties.
Prerequisites for admission
excellent competence in the Italian language;
- consolidated knowledge of Italian grammar;
- consolidated knowledge of grammatical terminology.
Teaching methods
The course includes seminar activities and group work in which the active participation of the student is required as well as the use of multimedia materials.
In addition, the course will be accompanied by support exercises on a web-based platform (Deutsch-Online).
Teaching Resources
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A1+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (first semester)
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A2+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (second semester)
- Lübke, Diethard (2001): Lernwortschatz Deutsch. Ismaning: Hueber.
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: A-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache Sprachniveau A1-A2. Leipzig: Schubertverlag
Assessment methods and Criteria
Preliminary + oral writing:
Written test in official session + oral test in official session. The written test verifies the knowledge of the basic vocabulary and the fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher. Students with a valid certification at level B1 or higher do not have to take the written exam and the oral exam of exercises (the certification must be presented for recognition to the teacher in charge of the course according to the instructions given in class at the beginning of the A.A.). At the end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester written parts of the exercises will be organised: those who pass both written parts must not take the written test in the official session. Those who pass only one of the two partials must take the entire written test in the official session. In order to access the written parts of exercises, at least 75% of the exercises must be attended.
Further information on the structure and content of the written partials will be provided in class.
The final grade for German Language 1 (exercises + monographic part) is given by the following partial grades: average grade for the written part of the exercises and the grade for the oral part of the exercises and the oral part of the monographic part. If all the partials written during the A.A. are exceeded, the final German Language 1 vote is made up as follows: average vote between the average of the two exercise partials and the vote of the exercise oral; average vote of the partial for units A and B and the vote of the partial for unit C. Further clarifications will be provided during the lesson and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
As regards the duration of the validity of the written part marks (exercises and monographic part) and of the written examination of exercises (official session), indications will be given in class and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Kurner Sabine

Gruppo 1B (E-O)

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed synchronously based on the timetable of the first quarter.
Programme and reference material
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
Learning verification and evaluation criteria
The examination will be conducted in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in presence, always in written and oral form.
The written test verifies knowledge of the basic vocabulary and fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher.
Course syllabus
The aim is to reach CEFR language level A2 and partly level B1 (written comprehension).
The exercises with native speakers are aimed at acquiring and practising the fundamentals of German grammar in writing and orally: conjunctions, prepositions, negation, nominal declension and verbal conjugation, active and passive of strong and weak verbs, modal verbs, secondary propositions. In addition, the exercises aim to achieve a basic communicative competence in German. Topics covered: countries, nationalities and languages; weather (time, days, months, seasons, date), family, professions and work, leisure, clothes and colours, eating and drinking, restaurant, shopping, flat, body and health, city and nature, animals and plants, weather, holidays, school and university, vocational training, character and description of a person, means of transport, parties.
Prerequisites for admission
excellent competence in the Italian language;
- consolidated knowledge of Italian grammar;
- consolidated knowledge of grammatical terminology.
Teaching methods
The course includes seminar activities and group work in which the active participation of the student is required as well as the use of multimedia materials.
In addition, the course will be accompanied by support exercises on a web-based platform (Deutsch-Online).
Teaching Resources
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A1+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (first semester)
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A2+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (second semester)
- Lübke, Diethard (2001): Lernwortschatz Deutsch. Ismaning: Hueber.
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: A-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache Sprachniveau A1-A2. Leipzig: Schubertverlag
Assessment methods and Criteria
Preliminary + oral writing:
Written test in official session + oral test in official session. The written test verifies the knowledge of the basic vocabulary and the fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher. Students with a valid certification at level B1 or higher do not have to take the written exam and the oral exam of exercises (the certification must be presented for recognition to the teacher in charge of the course according to the instructions given in class at the beginning of the A.A.). At the end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester written parts of the exercises will be organised: those who pass both written parts must not take the written test in the official session. Those who pass only one of the two partials must take the entire written test in the official session. In order to access the written parts of exercises, at least 75% of the exercises must be attended.
Further information on the structure and content of the written partials will be provided in class.
The final grade for German Language 1 (exercises + monographic part) is given by the following partial grades: average grade for the written part of the exercises and the grade for the oral part of the exercises and the oral part of the monographic part. If all the partials written during the A.A. are exceeded, the final German Language 1 vote is made up as follows: average vote between the average of the two exercise partials and the vote of the exercise oral; average vote of the partial for units A and B and the vote of the partial for unit C. Further clarifications will be provided during the lesson and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
As regards the duration of the validity of the written part marks (exercises and monographic part) and of the written examination of exercises (official session), indications will be given in class and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Kokott Thomas

Gruppo 1C (P-Z)

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed synchronously based on the timetable of the first quarter.
Programme and reference material
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
Learning verification and evaluation criteria
The examination will be conducted in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in presence, always in written and oral form.
The written test verifies knowledge of the basic vocabulary and fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher.
Course syllabus
The aim is to reach CEFR language level A2 and partly level B1 (written comprehension).
The exercises with native speakers are aimed at acquiring and practising the fundamentals of German grammar in writing and orally: conjunctions, prepositions, negation, nominal declension and verbal conjugation, active and passive of strong and weak verbs, modal verbs, secondary propositions. In addition, the exercises aim to achieve a basic communicative competence in German. Topics covered: countries, nationalities and languages; weather (time, days, months, seasons, date), family, professions and work, leisure, clothes and colours, eating and drinking, restaurant, shopping, flat, body and health, city and nature, animals and plants, weather, holidays, school and university, vocational training, character and description of a person, means of transport, parties.
Prerequisites for admission
excellent competence in the Italian language;
- consolidated knowledge of Italian grammar;
- consolidated knowledge of grammatical terminology.
Teaching methods
The course includes seminar activities and group work in which the active participation of the student is required as well as the use of multimedia materials.
In addition, the course will be accompanied by support exercises on a web-based platform (Deutsch-Online).
Teaching Resources
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A1+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (first semester)
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: Spektrum A2+. Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch. Leipzig: Schubertverlag. (second semester)
- Lübke, Diethard (2001): Lernwortschatz Deutsch. Ismaning: Hueber.
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: A-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache Sprachniveau A1-A2. Leipzig: Schubertverlag
Assessment methods and Criteria
Preliminary + oral writing:
Written test in official session + oral test in official session. The written test verifies the knowledge of the basic vocabulary and the fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher. Students with a valid certification at level B1 or higher do not have to take the written exam and the oral exam of exercises (the certification must be presented for recognition to the teacher in charge of the course according to the instructions given in class at the beginning of the A.A.). At the end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester written parts of the exercises will be organised: those who pass both written parts must not take the written test in the official session. Those who pass only one of the two partials must take the entire written test in the official session. In order to access the written parts of exercises, at least 75% of the exercises must be attended.
Further information on the structure and content of the written partials will be provided in class.
The final grade for German Language 1 (exercises + monographic part) is given by the following partial grades: average grade for the written part of the exercises and the grade for the oral part of the exercises and the oral part of the monographic part. If all the partials written during the A.A. are exceeded, the final German Language 1 vote is made up as follows: average vote between the average of the two exercise partials and the vote of the exercise oral; average vote of the partial for units A and B and the vote of the partial for unit C. Further clarifications will be provided during the lesson and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
As regards the duration of the validity of the written part marks (exercises and monographic part) and of the written examination of exercises (official session), indications will be given in class and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Andressohn Stefan

Gruppo 1D (progrediti)

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Teaching methods
The lessons will be held on the Microsoft Teams platform and can be followed synchronously based on the timetable of the first quarter.
Programme and reference material
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
Learning verification and evaluation criteria
The examination will be conducted in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in presence, always in written and oral form.
The written test verifies knowledge of the basic vocabulary and fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher.
Course syllabus
The aim is to reach CEFR language level A2 and partly level B1 (written comprehension).
The exercises with native speakers are aimed at acquiring and practising the fundamentals of German grammar in writing and orally: conjunctions, prepositions, negation, nominal declension and verbal conjugation, active and passive of strong and weak verbs, modal verbs, secondary propositions. In addition, the exercises aim to achieve a basic communicative competence in German. Topics covered: countries, nationalities and languages; weather (time, days, months, seasons, date), family, professions and work, leisure, clothes and colours, eating and drinking, restaurant, shopping, flat, body and health, city and nature, animals and plants, weather, holidays, school and university, vocational training, character and description of a person, means of transport, parties.
Prerequisites for admission
- excellent competence in the Italian language;
- consolidated knowledge of Italian grammar;
- consolidated knowledge of grammatical terminology.
Teaching methods
The course includes seminar activities and group work in which the active participation of the student is required as well as the use of multimedia materials.
In addition, the course will be accompanied by support exercises on a web-based platform (Deutsch-Online).
Teaching Resources
- Lehmann, Paola (2017): Schritt für Schritt in die deutsche Sprache. Milano: Mimesis.
- Lübke, Diethard (2001): Lernwortschatz Deutsch. Ismaning: Hueber.
- Buscha, Anne/ Szita Szilvia: A-Grammatik. Übungsgrammatik Deutsch als Fremdsprache Sprachniveau A1-A2. Leipzig: Schubertverlag
Assessment methods and Criteria
Preliminary + oral writing:
Written test in official session + oral test in official session. The written test verifies the knowledge of the basic vocabulary and the fundamentals of German grammar (level A2/B1) and the ability to understand and produce a simple text. The oral test is an interview in German with the mother tongue teacher. Students with a valid certification at level B1 or higher do not have to take the written exam and the oral exam of exercises (the certification must be presented for recognition to the teacher in charge of the course according to the instructions given in class at the beginning of the A.A.). At the end of the first semester and at the end of the second semester written parts of the exercises will be organised: those who pass both written parts must not take the written test in the official session. Those who pass only one of the two partials must take the entire written test in the official session. In order to access the written parts of exercises, at least 75% of the exercises must be attended.
Further information on the structure and content of the written partials will be provided in class.
The final grade for German Language 1 (exercises + monographic part) is given by the following partial grades: average grade for the written part of the exercises and the grade for the oral part of the exercises and the oral part of the monographic part. If all the partials written during the A.A. are exceeded, the final German Language 1 vote is made up as follows: average vote between the average of the two exercise partials and the vote of the exercise oral; average vote of the partial for units A and B and the vote of the partial for unit C. Further clarifications will be provided during the lesson and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
As regards the duration of the validity of the written part marks (exercises and monographic part) and of the written examination of exercises (official session), indications will be given in class and on the teaching site (Ariel portal).
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Lehmann Paola

Gruppo 2A (A-D)

Lesson period
year
During the emergency phase, the programme is maintained with following changes:
Teaching methods:
In the first semester, grammar lessons will be held synchronous in Microsoft Teams.
Learning verification procedures:
The exam takes place in Teams (videoconferencing), according to the indications provided by the University.
All details will be published in Ariel.
Course syllabus
In addition to the basic grammar already learned in the first year, students will have to master the following morpho-syntactic structures: declension and comparison of the adjective and participle as an attribute; complements and syntagms of place and time; regency of verbs; subordinate sentences; prepositional and adverbial syntagms; syntagms with genitive; collocations and Funktionsverbgefüge; infinitives; regular and irregular forms of preterite; verbs with prepositions and prefix; names, adjectives and adverbs with prepositions and prefix; passive; subjunctive.

The practical classes are divided into a group of students who attended the intermediate-advanced classes in the first year, and three groups of students who were beginners in the first year, divided by surname: group A (A-D), group B (E-O), group C (P-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level A2.
Teaching methods
Frontal and online activities.
Teaching Resources
- a reader's booklet (available in Ariel) to be prepared individually and on which the oral exam with the mother tongue teacher will be based;
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "Spektrum Deutsch B1+: Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch für Deutsch als Fremdsprache", Schubert Verlag 2018.

Optional:
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "B Grammatik. Sprachniveau B1/B2", Schubert Verlag Leipzig 2011.
To reinforce and expand the vocabulary, following tools are recommended:
- Diethard Lübke, "Lernwortschatz Deutsch", Hueber 2001 (review of the first year);
- https://deutschlernerblog.de/tag/wortschatz-deutsch-b1/;
- http://deutschtraining.org/wortschatz-deutsch/.

Further details on exam bibliography are to be found in the relevant section of German Language 2 course programme.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Details on assessment methods and criteria are to be found in the relevant section of German language and linguistics 2 course programme.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Andressohn Stefan

Gruppo 2B (E-O)

Lesson period
year
During the emergency phase, the programme is maintained with following changes:
Teaching methods:
In the first semester, grammar lessons will be held synchronous in Microsoft Teams.
Learning verification procedures:
The exam takes place in Teams (videoconferencing), according to the indications provided by the University.
All details will be published in Ariel.
Course syllabus
In addition to the basic grammar already learned in the first year, students will have to master the following morpho-syntactic structures: declension and comparison of the adjective and participle as an attribute; complements and syntagms of place and time; regency of verbs; subordinate sentences; prepositional and adverbial syntagms; syntagms with genitive; collocations and Funktionsverbgefüge; infinitives; regular and irregular forms of preterite; verbs with prepositions and prefix; names, adjectives and adverbs with prepositions and prefix; passive; subjunctive.

The practical classes are divided into a group of students who attended the intermediate-advanced classes in the first year, and three groups of students who were beginners in the first year, divided by surname: group A (A-D), group B (E-O), group C (P-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level A2.
Teaching methods
Frontal and online activities.
Teaching Resources
- a reader's booklet (available in Ariel) to be prepared individually and on which the oral exam with the mother tongue teacher will be based;
- Anne Buscha und Szilvia Szita, "Spektrum Deutsch B1+: Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch für Deutsch als Fremdsprache", Schubert Verlag 2018.

Optional:
- Anne Buscha/Szilvia Szita, "B Grammatik. Sprachniveau B1/B2", Schubert Verlag Leipzig 2011.
To reinforce and expand the vocabulary, following tools are recommended:
- Lübke, Diethard, "Lernwortschatz Deutsch", Hueber 2001 (review of the first year);
- https://deutschlernerblog.de/tag/wortschatz-deutsch-b1/;
- http://deutschtraining.org/wortschatz-deutsch/.

Further details on exam bibliography are to be found in the relevant section of German Language 2 course programme.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Details on assessment methods and criteria are to be found in the relevant section of German language and linguistics 2 course programme.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Kokott Thomas

Gruppo 2C (P-Z)

Lesson period
year
During the emergency phase, the programme is maintained with following changes:
Teaching methods:
In the first semester, grammar lessons will be held synchronous in Microsoft Teams.
Learning verification procedures:
The exam takes place in Teams (videoconferencing), according to the indications provided by the University.
All details will be published in Ariel.
Course syllabus
In addition to the basic grammar already learned in the first year, students will have to master the following morpho-syntactic structures: declension and comparison of the adjective and participle as an attribute; complements and syntagms of place and time; regency of verbs; subordinate sentences; prepositional and adverbial syntagms; syntagms with genitive; collocations and Funktionsverbgefüge; infinitives; regular and irregular forms of preterite; verbs with prepositions and prefix; names, adjectives and adverbs with prepositions and prefix; passive; subjunctive.

The practical classes are divided into a group of students who attended the intermediate-advanced classes in the first year, and three groups of students who were beginners in the first year, divided by surname: group A (A-D), group B (E-O), group C (P-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level A2.
Teaching methods
Frontal and online activities.
Teaching Resources
- a reader's booklet (available in Ariel) to be prepared individually and on which the oral exam with the mother tongue teacher will be based;
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "Spektrum Deutsch B1+: Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch für Deutsch als Fremdsprache", Schubert Verlag 2018.

Optional:
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "B Grammatik. Sprachniveau B1/B2", Schubert Verlag Leipzig 2011.
To reinforce and expand the vocabulary, following tools are recommended:
- Diethard Lübke, "Lernwortschatz Deutsch", Hueber 2001 (review of the first year);
- https://deutschlernerblog.de/tag/wortschatz-deutsch-b1/;
- http://deutschtraining.org/wortschatz-deutsch/.

Further details on exam bibliography are to be found in the relevant section of German Language 2 course programme.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Details on assessment methods and criteria are to be found in the relevant section of German language and linguistics 2 course programme.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Kurner Sabine

Gruppo 2D (progrediti)

Lesson period
year
During the emergency phase, the programme is maintained with following changes:
Teaching methods:
In the first semester, grammar lessons will be held synchronous in Microsoft Teams.
Learning verification procedures:
The exam takes place in Teams (videoconferencing), according to the indications provided by the University.
All details will be published in Ariel.
Course syllabus
In addition to the basic grammar already learned in the first year, students will have to master the following morpho-syntactic structures: declension and comparison of the adjective and participle as an attribute; complements and syntagms of place and time; regency of verbs; subordinate sentences; prepositional and adverbial syntagms; syntagms with genitive; collocations and Funktionsverbgefüge; infinitives; regular and irregular forms of preterite; verbs with prepositions and prefix; names, adjectives and adverbs with prepositions and prefix; passive; subjunctive.

The practical classes are divided into a group of students who attended the intermediate-advanced classes in the first year, and three groups of students who were beginners in the first year, divided by surname: group A (A-D), group B (E-O), group C (P-Z).
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level A2.
Teaching methods
Frontal and online activities.
Teaching Resources
- a reader's booklet (available in Ariel) to be prepared individually and on which the oral exam with the mother tongue teacher will be based;
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "Spektrum Deutsch B1+: Integriertes Kurs- und Arbeitsbuch für Deutsch als Fremdsprache", Schubert Verlag 2018;
- Paola Lehmann, "Schritt für Schritt", Mimesis 2017.

Optional:
- Anne Buscha / Szilvia Szita, "B Grammatik. Sprachniveau B1/B2", Schubert Verlag Leipzig 2011.
To reinforce and expand the vocabulary, following tools are recommended:
- Diethard Lübke, "Lernwortschatz Deutsch", Hueber 2001 (review of the first year);
- https://deutschlernerblog.de/tag/wortschatz-deutsch-b1/;
- http://deutschtraining.org/wortschatz-deutsch/.

Further details on exam bibliography are to be found in the relevant section of German Language 2 course programme.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Details on assessment methods and criteria are to be found in the relevant section of German language and linguistics 2 course programme.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Lehmann Paola

Gruppo 3A (A-D)

Lesson period
year
Distance learning will be carried out mainly in synchronous mode, on Microsoft Teams, following the official teaching schedule. However, some of the materials and content will be made available in asynchronous mode, ensuring that all students can access them at any time.
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
The examination will take place in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in attendance. For the written exam, no distinction will be made between attending and non-attending students, but in order to take the first partial of the exercises, it will be necessary to participate regularly in the activities planned according to the instructions given in class.
Course syllabus
The exercises will focus on the integration and improvement of morphosyntactic and lexical skills in order to achieve a sound B2 level, with emphasis on the understanding and (written and oral) reproduction of current texts, as well as on translation-techniques into German.
The practical classes are divided into three groups divided by surname.
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level B1.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face and online activities.
Teaching Resources
1) Main textbook for the lessons:
Ute Koithan, Tanja Sieber, Helen Schmitz. Ralf Sonntag: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, B1 plus. Lehrbuch mit DVD. Langenscheidt-Klett, München 2014. Attenzione: Auflage ISBN 978-3-12-605015-9.
2) Grammars and exercises (with solutions) for the preparation of the written exam:
- Anne Buscha, Szilvia Szita: B Grammatik, Sprachniveau B1/B2, Schubert Verlag, Leipzig 2011(ISBN 978-3-941323-10-0).
- Tanja Sieber: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, Grammatik B1plus bis C1, München 2017 (ISBN 978-3-12-605032-6).
3) Complementary teaching materials produced during the two semesters and downloadable from Ariel.
Assessment methods and Criteria
1. WRITTEN EXAM
A) PARTIALS
At the end of the first and second semester there will be internal partial tests. The first partial can be accessed by those who have regularly participated in the activities scheduled according to the instructions given in class. The second partial can only be accessed by those who have taken part in the first partial. The final vote will take into account the outcome of the two tests of the first and second semester. The vote for the written tests is calculated in thirtieth and is considered passed if the average of the two tests is at least 18/30.
SEMESTERS
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test on the first semester programme (without dictionaries).
Part 2: Inhaltsangabe (summary of a short newspaper article, approx. 500 words), writing 180-200 words. The use of a monolingual German dictionary is permitted.
(B) ANNUAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION:
For the written examination there are three exam sessions per year - May/June, September and January.
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test (without the use of dictionaries)
Part 2: Textwiedergabe. Listening and guided summary (vorgabenorientientierte Textproduktion) of a newspaper article (Die Zeit, FAZ, Spiegel et al.) of approx. 650 words. During listening the student can take notes. They will then proceed with the summary of the content using their own words and respecting the key points indicated (Leitpunkte) on the examination sheet (200-250 words).
The German monolingual dictionary can be used for the Textwiedergabe. Foreign students of a mother tongue other than Italian may agree with the teacher to use an Italian mother tongue vocabulary.

2. ORAL EXAMINATION
It is composed in two parts:
Part 1: Präsentation (presentation of approx. 10 minutes) of a topic of your choice.
Short notes are also available during the examination, but no reading of texts and/or summaries is allowed. Graphics/statistics/PPP can be shown. The final part of the examination will be followed by a few questions on the subject.
Part 2: Reading, summarising and commenting on an unknown article.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Dal Piaz Eleonora

Gruppo 3B (E-O)

Lesson period
year
Distance learning will be carried out mainly in synchronous mode, on Microsoft Teams, following the official teaching schedule. However, some of the materials and content will be made available in asynchronous mode, ensuring that all students can access them at any time.
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
The examination will take place in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in attendance. For the written exam, no distinction will be made between attending and non-attending students, but in order to take the first partial of the exercises, it will be necessary to participate regularly in the activities planned according to the instructions given in class.
Course syllabus
The exercises will focus on the integration and improvement of morphosyntactic and lexical skills in order to achieve a sound B2 level, with emphasis on the understanding and (written and oral) reproduction of current texts.
The practical classes are divided into three groups divided by surname.
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level B1.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face and online activities.
Teaching Resources
1) Main textbook for the lessons:
Ute Koithan, Tanja Sieber, Helen Schmitz. Ralf Sonntag: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, B1 plus. Lehrbuch mit DVD. Langenscheidt-Klett, München 2014. Attenzione: Auflage ISBN 978-3-12-605015-9.
2) Grammars and exercises (with solutions) for the preparation of the written exam:
- Anne Buscha, Szilvia Szita: B Grammatik, Sprachniveau B1/B2, Schubert Verlag, Leipzig 2011(ISBN 978-3-941323-10-0).
- Tanja Sieber: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, Grammatik B1plus bis C1, München 2017 (ISBN 978-3-12-605032-6).
3) Complementary teaching materials produced during the two semesters and downloadable from Ariel.
Assessment methods and Criteria
1. WRITTEN EXAM
A) PARTIALS
At the end of the first and second semester there will be internal partial tests. The first partial can be accessed by those who have regularly participated in the activities scheduled according to the instructions given in class. The second partial can only be accessed by those who have taken part in the first partial. The final vote will take into account the outcome of the two tests of the first and second semester. The vote for the written tests is calculated in thirtieth and is considered passed if the average of the two tests is at least 18/30.
SEMESTERS
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test on the first semester programme (without dictionaries).
Part 2: Inhaltsangabe (summary of a short newspaper article, approx. 500 words), writing 180-200 words. The use of a monolingual German dictionary is permitted.
(B) ANNUAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION:
For the written examination there are three exam sessions per year - May/June, September and January.
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test (without the use of dictionaries)
Part 2: Textwiedergabe. Listening and guided summary (vorgabenorientientierte Textproduktion) of a newspaper article (Die Zeit, FAZ, Spiegel et al.) of approx. 650 words. During listening the student can take notes. They will then proceed with the summary of the content using their own words and respecting the key points indicated (Leitpunkte) on the examination sheet (200-250 words).
The German monolingual dictionary can be used for the Textwiedergabe. Foreign students of a mother tongue other than Italian may agree with the teacher to use an Italian mother tongue vocabulary.

2. ORAL EXAMINATION
It is composed in two parts:
Part 1: Präsentation (presentation of approx. 10 minutes) of a topic of your choice.
Short notes are also available during the examination, but no reading of texts and/or summaries is allowed. Graphics/statistics/PPP can be shown. The final part of the examination will be followed by a few questions on the subject.
Part 2: Reading, summarising and commenting on an unknown article.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Sattler Waltraud

Gruppo 3C (P-Z)

Lesson period
year
Distance learning will be carried out mainly in synchronous mode, on Microsoft Teams, following the official teaching schedule. However, some of the materials and content will be made available in asynchronous mode, ensuring that all students can access them at any time.
The programme and reference material will not be changed.
The examination will take place in written and oral form using the Microsoft Teams platform or, where regulations permit, in attendance. For the written exam, no distinction will be made between attending and non-attending students, but in order to take the first partial of the exercises, it will be necessary to participate regularly in the activities planned according to the instructions given in class.
Course syllabus
The exercises will focus on the integration and improvement of morphosyntactic and lexical skills in order to achieve a sound B2 level, with emphasis on the understanding and (written and oral) reproduction of current texts, as well as on translation-techniques into German.
The practical classes are divided into three groups divided by surname.
Prerequisites for admission
Practical classes will be taught entirely in German. Textbooks and activities in class or for self study assume that students already have a linguistic competence of level B1.
Teaching methods
Face-to-face and online activities.
Teaching Resources
1)Main textbook for the lessons:
Ute Koithan, Tanja Sieber, Helen Schmitz. Ralf Sonntag: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, B1 plus. Lehrbuch mit DVD. Langenscheidt-Klett, München 2014. Attenzione: Auflage ISBN 978-3-12-605015-9.
2) Grammars and exercises (with solutions) for the preparation of the written exam:
- Anne Buscha, Szilvia Szita: B Grammatik, Sprachniveau B1/B2, Schubert Verlag, Leipzig 2011(ISBN 978-3-941323-10-0).
- Tanja Sieber: Aspekte neu, Mittelstufe Deutsch, Grammatik B1plus bis C1, München 2017 (ISBN 978-3-12-605032-6).
3) Complementary teaching materials produced during the two semesters and downloadable from Ariel.
Assessment methods and Criteria
1. WRITTEN EXAM
A) PARTIALS
At the end of the first and second semester there will be internal partial tests. The first partial can be accessed by those who have regularly participated in the activities scheduled according to the instructions given in class. The second partial can only be accessed by those who have taken part in the first partial. The final vote will take into account the outcome of the two tests of the first and second semester. The vote for the written tests is calculated in thirtieth and is considered passed if the average of the two tests is at least 18/30.
SEMESTERS
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test on the first semester programme (without dictionaries).
Part 2: Inhaltsangabe (summary of a short newspaper article, approx. 500 words), writing 180-200 words. The use of a monolingual German dictionary is permitted.
(B) ANNUAL WRITTEN EXAMINATION:
For the written examination there are three exam sessions per year - May/June, September and January.
Part 1: Grammatik und Wortschatz test (without the use of dictionaries)
Part 2: Textwiedergabe. Listening and guided summary (vorgabenorientientierte Textproduktion) of a newspaper article (Die Zeit, FAZ, Spiegel et al.) of approx. 650 words. During listening the student can take notes. They will then proceed with the summary of the content using their own words and respecting the key points indicated (Leitpunkte) on the examination sheet (200-250 words).
The German monolingual dictionary can be used for the Textwiedergabe. Foreign students of a mother tongue other than Italian may agree with the teacher to use an Italian mother tongue vocabulary.

2. ORAL EXAMINATION
It is composed in two parts:
Part 1: Präsentation (presentation of approx. 10 minutes) of a topic of your choice.
Short notes are also available during the examination, but no reading of texts and/or summaries is allowed. Graphics/statistics/PPP can be shown. The final part of the examination will be followed by a few questions on the subject.
Part 2: Reading, summarising and commenting on an unknown article.
L-LIN/14 - LANGUAGE AND TRANSLATION - GERMAN - University credits: 0
Language lab: 100 hours
Professor: Dal Piaz Eleonora