11 January 2018
12 April 2018
Thursday between 19:00 and 21:00
Between 8 and 16 learners.
NOTE: This course has already finished.
What will I be learning?
We will discuss what you would all like to learn in the first week of the course, but some of the suggested topics are below:
- Self and family
- Daily routine
- Likes / Dislikes / Preferences
Basic Aims & Expected Outcomes of the course are below:
- Understand and use simple vocabulary in everyday use.
- Understand and use set phrases in a fixed form expressing polite social conventions.
- Understand and use simple numbers, prices and dates.
- Understand and use past, present and future verb tenses
- Understand and use simple positive and negative statements.
- Understand and use simple question forms.
- Understand and give simple instructions or orders.
- Understand and use simple link words in sentences.
- Use reference sources, for example, dictionaries or online tools, to clarify and confirm the meaning of words.
Does the course lead to a qualification?
No, it doesn’t lead to a qualification but you will have informal assessments to monitor your progress
Who is the course for?
The course is for anyone interested in getting a slightly more advanced understanding of the German language and culture – you will need to have a basic understanding of the some of the basic sentence structures and words.
What do I need to bring?
Please bring lined paper, a biro (black or blue), pencil and eraser. If you have an A4 sized ring binder, this will be useful too. You will be given handouts, and it helps to be able to put these into some order.
Are there any additional costs?
No additional costs are expected, but we will discuss whether you would all like to work from a dedicated course book.
How will I know how I am progressing during the course?
Feedback will be given, both verbally and by the evaluation of completed tasks & projects. You will receive verbal feedback on the results of your practical exercises.
There is no formal exam, although there is continual evaluation throughout the course.
Towards the end of each session you will use a DerbyLearn forum to record what you have done in class and comment on how you think you got on. Before the next session your tutor will reply with their feedback. This is a very good method of recording your own progress, reflecting on the session and a great way to receive motivation from your tutor.
Can I have help in the class?
If you would like to enrol on this course but think you will need some help in the class you could have support through the Learning Partners Scheme. The scheme matches learners who need additional help with a volunteer to attend the class together. Volunteers can help with confidence, practical tasks such as cutting or measuring, reading and taking notes or communicating with the tutor and other learners.
If you would like more information about the scheme please contact Pat Ward on 01332 642308
How is this course supported by DerbyLearn?
DerbyLearn is a learning platform that supports and complements most classes. To find out more, please go to www.derbylearn.net and sign up, it's free and well worth a look!
Progression within DALS
We have lots of courses planned to ensure you have a variety of progression routes. If you are interested in another course, please ask for more information or telephone our helpline on Derby (01332) 717900 or email@example.com
On completion of this course, you could progress to:
Health and Wellbeing
The slogan you see on our brochures and leaflets is:
meet enjoy learn achieve
This is because we believe that taking part in adult and community learning can open the door to new friendships, give you something enjoyable and worthwhile to do with your time, enable you to learn something new and give you a sense of achievement. That's got to make you feel good!
We have a number of rewarding volunteering opportunities both within DALS and with other organisations. These can offer you a number of benefits, including the ability to enhance your employment prospects, and the ability to learn whilst supporting others. If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering opportunities, please contact Pat Ward on 01332 642308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find information on volunteering opportunities on our noticeboards and website.
Parker Street, Derby, DE1 3HF
Limited Car Parking
Disabled Access to
Disabled Parking available
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday - Ryecafe
From the city centre head towards Kedleston Road along King Street and Garden Street. At the 'Five Lamps' traffic lights on Garden Street you will see a sign for the Rycote Centre, turn left down Parker Street then turn right and the Centre is on the right hand side, parking is on the street and the main entrance is through the Social Service's car park. The Centre can also be accessed from Kedleston Road - opposite the Polish Club - but there is no parking at this entrance other than on Kedleston Road 01332 717930 or 717924
Allestree Bus, Trent Barton, and No. 6, Notts and Derby University bus during University term time.
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To pay by credit/debit card or for more information about this course, please contact us on 01332 717900.
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Note: Please bring evidence of eligibility for fee reduction to the first class.