Subject: German B1.1

Scientific Area:

Foreign Language


64 Hours

Number of ECTS:

7,5 ECTS



Overall objectives:

1 - This course consolidates the basic knowledge of the German language (Reference Common European Framework for Languages level B1.1) in the four basic skills: listening, reading, speaking and writing.
2 - The course manual DaF Kompakt A1-B1 NEU put a sharp focus on communicative competence and ability to act in the context of German expression.
3 - The student understands the essential (the normal German) and is able to assert themselves, orally and in writing, simply and cohesively in the context of known issues.
4 - Students will be required to be active, independent and creative in this discipline.
5 - For this goal to be achieved it is very important "Training and pay attention" to the language (language awareness), the contrastive reflection on language and speech acts, and an intercultural approach.


1 - The course program follows essentially the manual suggestions (Lessons 9-12 or other chapters of thematic interest), devoting roughly 12 hours of class each lesson (4 contact hours per week).
2 - Students complete The academic offer through independent work with the manual workbook (6.5 hours per week workload).


B. Braun, al. , 2016 , DaF kompakt NEU A1-B1. Kurs- und Übungsbuch mit MP3-CD , Stuttgart: Klett

Assesssment methods and criteria:

Classification Type: Quantitativa (0-20)

Evaluation Methodology:
The theoretical exposition will be consolidated with practical work written and oral and the autonomous work. Students work in class meetings in individual work, partner work and group work. Directed teaching only takes place when it is necessary to explain complex language features. The assessment consists of two partial exams. Evaluation: 80% of mandatory presence ; 2 written midterms of 2 hours (each 40%). 1 Oral Exame (20%). In resource season will be admitted students with status, Normal, (N) meeting the conditions to carry out a test feature or improvement note of the evaluation element with the minor mark (40%). Students with worker-student status will be admitted in resource season to a written test concerning the 2 midterms (80%). Students admitted to the especial resource seson may be aligable to the evaluation of the two written tests (80%). The Oral Exam (20%) cannot be recovered or improved in resource season or especial recourse season.