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German Year 3 Part 1
C02318

This course will be delivered online.

This course will enable you to consolidate and further your competence in reading, writing, listening and speaking.
This will be reinforced by additional study of grammar and vocabulary, but the focus clearly lies on fluency training for discussion.
We will also do a training session on discursive essay writing.

Course Content

What will the course cover?
The course enables you to build on previous skills and abilities to communicate in less predictable situations. You will practise a variety of vocabulary, tenses and structures with authentic material to extract information and respond to it. You will continue to practise reading, listening, writing and speaking skills and improve your fluency. Classroom activities in pairs, groups or an individual basis are built on authentic texts and recordings, video clips and podcasts
Additional information:
Student’s progress is monitored as part of homework and classroom activities.
Regular attendance is advisable.

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for this course you must be 19 or over on the start date of the course.

Completion of RACC Year 2 Stage 1 and 2 (two years study) or equivalent knowledge.
Please also note that although the February course is the continuation of the September course, you can join it without completing the September course provided you have the right level.
If you need to check your existing level, there is a self assessment test for German available from info@racc.ac.uk

First Class Requirements

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Additional Information

• If you require further course information or advice & guidance that is not answered in this outline, please email art@racc.ac.uk

• If you would like general information about the college, for example, fees & finance, funding, term dates or opening times please email info@racc.ac.uk or drop in to our main reception area.

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Remote Learning:
Some of our courses are now delivered through remote learning, including video conferencing (using Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Skype) and email contact with your tutor.

If your course is indicated as an ONLINE COURSE, you will need either a PC (with a camera and microphone), laptop, tablet, smartphone and access to the internet to be able to join the lessons. Lessons will run at the published time – so be ready and set up to join in.

We hope you will enjoy this new approach to learning – many of our learners have commented on how they are enjoying the classes and have improved their IT and digital skills in the process.

Please don't worry if some of this is new to you - you are not alone! See here for guidance on how to use our simple software. If you are experiencing any problems with connection or installing software for your online class please contact our eLearning support team via the Student Intranet Portal: https://my.rhacc.ac.uk. We are here to help you.