Subject: Applied German B2.2 - Tourism / Leisure

Scientific Area:

Foreign Language


64 Hours

Number of ECTS:

7,5 ECTS



Overall objectives:

1 - This course will enable students to achieve Level B 2.2 Reference Common European Framework for Languages, and puts a sharp focus on communicative competence and capacity to act in an intercultural context of the tourism and leisure industry.
2 - That is, students understand complex texts within the areas concerned and are able to assert themselves orally and in writing, coherently, in the context of these themes.
3 - The students are required to have active, independent and creative in the classroom. For this goal to be achieved are very important to pay attention to the language (language awareness), the contrastive reflection on language and intercultural approach.
4 - Complementary authentic material in the areas of Tourism and Leisure industry and selected texts of travel literature (travelogue) will be made available to the student and worked throughout the semester.


1 - Presenting textbooks and other auxiliary materials and support for independent learning
2 - Oriented work by the teacher with chosen lessons in DaF Kompakt NEU und Kommunikation im Tourismus (Lessons 1, 4, 5, 6)
3 - complementary work with authentic texts from the area of Tourism and Leisure and selected texts of travel literature
4 - oriented development of a mini-project in the field of tourism industry and Leisure
5 - Preparation of the oral exame on base of the individual mini-project
6 - Study Visit of an institution in the field of the Tourism industry and Leisure


Goethe Institut, München , 2005 , Kommunikation im Tourismus. Kursbuch. , Berlin: Cornelsen
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 classes combine theoretical and practical components, the theoretical exposition will be consolidated with practical work written and oral and the autonomous work. Students work in class meetings individually, in partner work and group work. Directed teaching only takes place when it is necessary to explain specific language features. The assessment consists of two partial exams. Evaluation: - It follows the Learning Assessment Regulations Students UMa (Model B). - 80% of compulsory attendance to classes. - 2 written tests (each 40%. - 1 oral exam (20%) about a specific topic. - An active, autonomous and creative classes in this discipline and homework performed may influence the evaluation by the positive.

Subject Leader:

Anne Martina Emonts