SPR06620 – Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)

Modul
Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)
Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)
Modulnummer
SPR06620
Version: 1
Fakultät
Angewandte Sprachen und Interkulturelle Kommunikation
Niveau
Master
Dauer
1 Semester
Turnus
Sommer- und Wintersemester
Modulverantwortliche/-r

Prof. Dr. Ines Busch-Lauer
Ines.Busch.Lauer(at)fh-zwickau.de

Dozent/-in(nen)

FG Sprachen

Lehrsprache(n)

Deutsch
in "Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)"

ECTS-Credits

5.00 Credits

Workload

150 Stunden

Lehrveranstaltungen

4.00 SWS (4.00 SWS Seminar)

Selbststudienzeit

90.00 Stunden
90.00 Stunden Selbststudium / Übungsaufgaben - Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)

Prüfungsvorleistung(en)

Beleg
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Prüfungsleistung(en)

alternative Prüfungsleistung - Präsentation
Modulprüfung | Prüfungsdauer: 15 min | Wichtung: 33.33%
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schriftliche Prüfungsleistung -
Modulprüfung | Prüfungsdauer: 90 min | Wichtung: 66.67%
in "Developing your Technical German Skills (Focus: Road Traffic Engineering)"

Medienform
Keine Angabe
Lehrinhalte/Gliederung
  • Overview of engineering sciences in Germany 
  • Studying in Germany (intercultural aspects, internships, applications, interviews)
  • Fundamentals of mathematics for engineers
  • Materials and material science
  • Vehicles, design and functionality
  • Road traffic engineering and management in Germany
  • Road safety and maintenance, environmental issues
  • Communicating in the workplace
  • Job search, applications, interviews 
  • Further topics on demand 

Qualifikationsziele

The students extend their general and domain-specific German-language skills both in speaking and writing in order to better cope with the communicative challenges in their professional settings. Major focus is on oral and written genres, on skills like socializing, presenting facts and projects, negotiating in business, writing diverse texts for professional needs (e.g. reports, e-mails). Students acquire terminology and grammar required to communicate properly. 

Sozial- und Selbstkompetenzen
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Besondere Zulassungsvoraussetzung

German language level at least A2 (CEFR) 

Empfohlene Voraussetzungen
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Fortsetzungsmöglichkeiten

German language classes for international students on next higher level(s) (CEFR)

Literatur

Reading list will be announced at the start of the sessions. 

Buhlmann/Fearns (2013): Technisches Deutsch für Ausbildung und Beruf. Lehr- und Arbeitsbuch. Goethe-Institut, Europa-Lehrmittel: Beck. (selected chapters) 

Steinmetz, M./Dintera, H. (2014): Deutsch für Ingenieure. Ein DaF-Lehrwerk für Studierende ingenieurwissenschaftlicher Fächer.(selected chapters) 

Current reader and technical journal articles, current websites and e-/m-learning materials with domain-specific content 

Hinweise
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