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Spring 2021  ›  Bachelor of Science  ›  Bachelor of Science - 2nd Semester  ›  Language and Intercultural Competence

Spanish II, group 1, A1+

Course Code:
LANG102S
Lecturers:
Asun Carnicé
Course Type:
Language Courses
Week Hours:
3,0
Term:
Spring 2021
Language:
Spanisch
Credits:
3.0
(Please note that exchange students obtain a higher number of credits in the BSc-program at WHU than listed here. For further information please contact directly the International Relations Office.)
The course is addressed to students with previous knowledge of the Spanish language. The main objective of the course is to improve the writing and the oral language capabilities of the students. The topics which will be discussed are mainly related to everyday's life. Using a variety of texts, translations and other exercises, students will learn to talk about business-related topics. We work with Nuevo español en marcha básico(starting with lesson 12). By business-oriented exercises the students will extend their vocabulary.

a) Grammar:

- Imperfect, perfect and " Indefinido"

- The use of "ser" and "estar"

- The direct and indirect object pronouns in sentences

b) Economic language: Reading and analyzing of economic texts taken from the book Wirtschaftsspanisch of Schnitzer/Martí.

c) Oral expression: Presentation of a topic that will be defined in the initial phase of the course (ca.10 minutes).

Any changes in the programme will be announced at the beginning of the course.

Date
Time
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 22/01/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 29/01/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 19/02/2021
08:00 AM till 10:15 AM
Friday, 12/03/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 19/03/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 26/03/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 09/04/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 16/04/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Friday, 23/04/2021
09:00 AM till 11:15 AM
Castro Viúdez, Francisca u.a. Nuevo Español en Marcha 4 (B2), Madrid (ISBN 978-84-9778-782-6)

Schnitzer, Johannes/Martí, Jordi. Wirtschaftsspanisch. München (ISBN: 978-3-486-75514-5)

Secondary literature:
Standardgrammatik Spanisch. München (ISBN 978-3-468-34919-5)

Bonachera Álvarez, Trinidad und Pedro Álvarez Olañeta. Großes Übungsbuch Spanisch. Ismaning (ISBN 978-3-19-007906-3)

Moriena, Claudia und Karen Genschow. Große Lerngrammatik Spanisch. Ismaning (ISBN 978-3-19-004145-9)


Written examination (60%), presentation (20%), class participation (20%)

CORONA UPDATE:

Datum: 20.4.2020

Wenn jemand am diesem Tag die Klausur nicht schreibt, benötigt er/sie einen ärztlichen Attest oder eine glaubwürdige schriftliche Entschuldigung.

Dauer: 135 Minuten

Inhalt: Nuevo Espanol en Marcha (Lektionen 12 und 13)

Themen von Wirtschaftsspanisch

Teile der Prüfung: Drei verschiedene Texte schreiben (Grammatik und Vokabular; Kommunikation und Kultur; Wirtschaft)

Benotung: Grammatik und Vokabular (30%)

Kommunikation und Kultur (30%)

Wirtschaft (40%)

Durchführung: - Die Studenten erhalten am 20.4.2020 per E-Mail die Aufgaben

- Sie haben 135 Minuten Zeit

- Dann senden sie die Aufgaben als PDF an die Dozentin zurück

- Die Studenten dürfen Bücher und das Internet benutzen, abschreiben ist verboten