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GESS Science in Perspective Information
Only the topics listed in this paragraph can be chosen as GESS Science in Perspective.
Further below you will find the "type B courses Reflections about subject specific methods and content" as well as the language courses.

6 ECTS need to be acquired during the BA and 2 ECTS during the MA

Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the course again.
Language Courses ETH/UZH
Please be advised that your online-registration at the language centre has to be simultaneous (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch) as otherwise your registration for the course will not be valid.
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
851-0816-07LFrench: Literature (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits1UJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractThis course focuses on modern and contemporary literary texts.
ObjectiveThe course will help students to improve their French, whilst developing greater discrimation in reading. It will also offer them the opportunity to increase their awareness of different literary genres and contemporary cultural issues.
851-0816-13LPractising French in Context Information Restricted registration - show details
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W1 credit1GJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractThis course targets B2/C1 French learners. It is not open to French native speakers.
ObjectiveThe main objective of this course is to practice and improve the four language skills of participants (listening, speaking, reading and writing). Students will have to make a presentation in French on a complex subject, interact in a group, defend a point of view and answer to objections.
851-0816-15LFrench: Advanced (B2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W1 credit1UA.‑F. Betz
AbstractThis course is intended for students who have reached level B2. Participants will train their skills so that they may perform simple contributions during general debates.
ObjectiveThe main emphasis is on spoken skills, with the aim of enabling students to develop their own voice in expressing their views and developing arguments efficiently. The course also nurtures the ability to understand a general meaning in documents concerning aspects of society at large.
851-0816-05LFrench: Grammar (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W1 credit1UJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractWith a textual approach this course focuses on some complex topics such as
the past tense, indirect speech and the subjunctive. The course does not aim
at a systematic revision of grammar.
ObjectiveThis course focuses on some complex topics such as
the past tense, indirect speech and the subjunctive. The course does not aim
at a systematic revision of grammar.
ContentLe cours a pour objectif principal d'améliorer la maîtrise du français écrit par l'appropriation de règles grammaticales et de règles d'usage qui, sur le plan textuel, assurent au moins en partie la correction des énoncés, et ceci pour quelques chapitres difficiles du français. Il propose une approche descriptive de moyens linguistiques qui permettent d'améliorer la rédaction de textes académiques (compte rendu, synthèse) ou d'écrits administratifs en général (lettre de motivation), ainsi que des exercices ciblés.

Les points étudiés sont notamment les temps du passé, l'ordre des mots dans la phrase, la cohésion textuelle, ainsi que le discours rapporté. Ils sont abordés à l'aide de matériel authentique et sans recours systématique à des exercices de drill.
Le cours présente des activités de repérage des difficultés, de mise en commun des résultats, ainsi que des exercices d'écriture.
851-0823-00LEnglish Language and Literature Part I (C1-C2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W3 credits2UM. Norgate
AbstractBachelor and master students at C1-C2 level. The course enhances students appreciation and understanding of literature in English. Through the analysis and interpretation of literary texts, students improve their analytical and English language skills; their grammar skills through writing; and their range of vocabulary through reading, discussions, and writing.
ObjectiveThe aims of the course are to:
* Introduce students to a variety of literary texts in English
* Help students to develop critical, creative, and personal approaches to analyzing literary texts and by extension become more astute readers in general
* Provide students with an opportunity to enhance and practice their argumentation skills in discussions and in writing
* Improve the ways in which students organize their ideas and arguments in a sustained, coherent, and logical manner
* Improve students grammatical and lexical repertoire through reading and discussion
* Impart a life-long interest in literature written in English
ContentA variety of texts, including classical and modern poetry, short stories, and one short novel, are analyzed. Classwork is interactive, with pair, small group, and plenary discussions. Writing tasks are designed to help students produce coherent and well-structured texts. Lexical work helps students to increase their range of vocabulary and allow them to apply freshly acquired vocabulary in speaking and writing.
Lecture notesno script
LiteratureMaterials: Texts are available online (Moodle) and as handouts.
Prerequisites / NoticeOther requirements:
All participants are expected to
* Attend regularly throughout the semester
* Participate actively in discussions, group work, and pair work
* Do at least 3 hours' work a week outside the classroom, including reading and writing
* Complete written assignments during the semester

NB: This is Part I of a two-part course. Part 2 runs in the spring semester. Each part can be taken on its own. However, a separate enrolment is required for each part.

Important note:
The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum website during the registration period (review the SZ website) and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0832-11LAdvanced English for Academic Purposes (C1-C2)
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UR. Taylor
AbstractThis course is designed for Bachelor and Master students from all disciplines, who wish to improve their English from C1 towards C2 level and train their language skills at Mastery level. Selected Academic English features are included to add value to the course to meet standard entrance requirements by leading universities and colleges worldwide.
ObjectiveParticipants should already have reached a level of C1 (advanced), as defined in the Council of Europe Global Scale. The course is also open to participants whose level is above C1.
The course aims to train and develop linguistic skills at Mastery level, with a focus on formal and informal lexis, on listening and oral communication skills, increasing fluency, accuracy and complexity of spoken language; writing well-structured descriptive texts and argumentative essays, with the aim to fulfill the language requirements for study at an English speaking university or follow University Masters Courses held in English.
ContentThe course covers: a review of vocabulary building and extension, including the Academic Word List and formulaic language; input on academic reading, writing and listening comprehension; and improvement of grammatical accuracy. Special emphasis is placed on individual speaking, argumentative discourse and group discussions, to enhance fluency and confidence. Where possible, students will be asked to reflect on how the course content relates to their own academic disciplines.
Lecture notesNo script. Handouts will be delivered weekly and published on Moodle.
LiteratureParticipants will be expected to make a contribution of CHF 5.00 at the beginning of the course to cover the costs of photocopying.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipants will be expected to:
Attend regularly throughout the semester;
Take part actively in class discussions, group work and pair work;
do at least 2 hours' work per week outside class, including reading and writing;
Use the electronic tools provided.
Complete a portfolio report of four key tasks, aiming to practice the skills focussed on during the semester.

A language certificate from the Language Center is issued on successful completion of the course; Bachelor and Master students of the ETH will receive D-Gess credits and a mark, awarded electronically at the end of the semester. Details will follow at the beginning of the semester.

The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum website (in February 2015, please review the SZ webpage) and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0886-00LNew Zealand Through Literature and Film (C1-C2) Restricted registration - show details
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W3 credits2UM. Norgate
AbstractThe course is designed for Bachelor and Master students from all disciplines who wish to gain an insight into New Zealand culture, history, society, and politics through New Zealand's rich tradition in literature and film while improving their English language skills further towards C2.
ObjectiveThe aim is to explore the following questions through texts and film to introduce students to New Zealand and, in a broader sense, to raise their awareness of some of the key issues affecting former colonies from early settlement to the present day: What did New Zealand mean to its early settlers? Where did the settlers come from? How did they live? What is the Treaty of Waitangi, and what is its status today? What does it mean to live in multi-cultural New Zealand today?

Students will learn the discourse used, and issues under consideration, in the analysis and discussion of poetry, prose, and film. They will become aware of various ways of "reading" texts and film, and will improve their skills in planning and writing cohesive essays in which they marshal their views in a convincing and formal manner. Overall, the aims are that students become more discerning readers, improve their skills in expressing their views in written and spoken form clearly and concisely, and gain an understanding of the importance of literature and film to the development of a uniquely New Zealand identity.
ContentThe course gives a roughly chronological view of New Zealand's literary heritage, from Maori settlement to the present day, using selected poems, a short novel, short stories, articles, and films. A key focus is the way New Zealanders' notion of their own identity has shifted over the years, as expressed by the country's film-makers and writers working in English, and to a limited degree, in Maori (English translations are provided).
Lecture notesno script
LiteratureHandouts, online resources, Moodle platform, and DVDs of a wide range of NZ films (available in the Self-Access Center -- NB: No hobbits!)
Prerequisites / NoticeOther requirements:
All participants are expected to
* Attend class regularly throughout the semester
* Participate actively in discussions, group work, and pair work
* Do at least 3 hours' work a week outside the classroom, including reading, writing, and watching films
* Work consistently on their portfolio throughout the semester

Important note:
The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum website during the registration period (review the SZ website) and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0846-01LSpanish: Grammar and Pragmatic Communication (B2.1) Information Restricted registration - show details
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UM. Iturrizaga Slosiar
AbstractThe course is aimed for students and staff having passed level B1.2 and for those who know and correctly use all indicative tenses, as well as the subjunctive in its present and perfect forms. On the other hand, they should be able to make themselves fluently understood in every day conversations and read intermediate level texts.
ObjectiveThe course aims towards integrating grammar and oral/written communication. We will present new grammar topics and will introduce them into the oral practice.
ContentThe most important grammatical topic will be the imperfecto and pluscuamperfecto of subjunctive in subordinate structures. Free and directed discussion will be enhanced. We will read diverse text forms from Spanish and Latin American Authors.
Lecture notesThe teacher will provide the script. A fee of CHF 4.00 for photocopies be collected.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe certificate and ETCS points are granted to the students who have complied with the following requirements:
* Participation in the weekly lessons (maximum 3 absences)
* A mininum of 2 hours of self study (reading and grammar exercises)
* Presentation of one of the chosen texts
* Passing of a final exam

Important information for ETH students: The enrollment in this course at the Sprachenzentrum does not enrol the student automatically fot the granting of the D-GESS points. Please inform yourself.
851-0846-02LSpanish: Language and Cinema (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits1UM. Iturrizaga Slosiar
AbstractThe main activity of the course is the visioning of films in Spanish (Spain and Latin America), giving an emphasis on a specific thematic, vocabulary, conversation and debate.
ObjectiveThe course aims to introduce a specific problematic in a Spanish-speaking region or country through the cinema, taking into account the geopoplitical and cultural spectrum of the Spanish language. It also aims the participant to get familiarized with topics, images, customs, dialogs and vocabulary, carrying out an observation and then an analysis and comment of these elements.
ContentWe work out some interaction forms focused on observation, presentation and debate. Each student does a presentation of one of the films chosen, pointing out aspects that give path to a discussion. On the other hand, he/she creates a specific glossary to be used during the lesson in which the film will be discussed.
LiteratureThe chosen films can be seen / borrowed from the Selbstlernzentrum (http://www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch/slz/index.php).
Prerequisites / NoticeThe certificate and ETCS points are granted to the students who have complied with the following requirements:

* Participation in the fortnightly lessons (maximun 1 absence)
* The visioning of at least 80% of the films
* Preparation (glossary and thematics) of one of the chosen films
* Entries in the blog and forum of the course

Important information for ETH students: The enrollment in this course at the Sprachenzentrum does not enrol the student automatically fot the granting of the D-GESS points. Please inform yourself.
851-0826-04LItalian: Language and Literature (B2-C1) Information
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UP. Casella
AbstractThe course aims to approach the Italian language through literature. While reading short stories the participants will deepen their linguistic and syntactic competence as well as their understanding of the Italian culture by means of written exercises and class discussions.
ObjectiveThe course targets are:
- to understand complex texts namely literary short stories.
- to capture lexical and syntactic meanings in texts.
- to be able to express oneself in a clear and differentiated way in using formulations and structures taken from the texts.
- to become acquainted with the cultural and social realities characteristic of Italy as described in the short stories.
ContentDurante il corso vengono letti e commentati testi narrativi brevi particolarmente significativi sia per il lessico e le strutture linguistiche impiegate sia per i contenuti strettamente collegati a realtà culturali e sociali tipiche per l'Italia. A presentazioni, orali e scritte, s'alterneranno discussioni sui testi e riflessioni sulla costruzione dei racconti e sulle scelte lessicali e sintattiche.
Lecture notesMateriale didattico

Il materiale didattico (testi letterari, schede lessicali e grammatiche, materiale audiovisivo ecc.) sarà messo a disposizione dall'insegnante. Verrà richiesto un contributo di CHF 5.- per le fotocopie.

Il corso è accompagnato da una classe virtuale sulla piattaforma didattica OLAT, con materiali per approfondimenti e wiki. Ulteriori informazioni verranno date all'inizio del semestre.
Prerequisites / NoticeLivello linguistico richiesto

Il corso si rivolge a persone che già possiedono una buona conoscenza della lingua italiana (livello B2-C1): sono in grado di seguire un intervento orale complesso, sanno estrarre le informazioni principali da un testo narrativo, prendono parte attivamente e senza preparazione ad una discussione, sanno comporre un testo semplice in italiano senza grandi difficoltà.

Prima di iscriversi i partecipanti sono tenuti a verificare il proprio livello di competenza linguistica sia seguendo le indicazioni alla pagina http://www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch/angebot/kurse_ba/niveau.php sia effettuando il dettagliato testo di autovalutazione di Dialang (http://www.lancs.ac.uk/researchenterprise/dialang/about) scaricabile sul proprio ordinatore.
851-0826-05LItalian for Academic Purposes (B2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits1UA. Dal Negro
AbstractIn the cours, different textforms will be practiced which are used in the academic domain. This includes the scientific essay, the abstract, the oral presentation, and the handout.
ObjectiveMastering the structures of the academic communication in italian.
851-0849-00LBasic Course A1 (Brazilian-Portuguese)
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UP. de Avila Widauer
AbstractThis course is designed for participants with no previous knowledge of Portuguese.
In the course, participants learn simple basic vocabulary, common daily idiomatic expressions, and fundamental grammar. The focus is on the phonetic features of Portuguese language. Intercultural and cultural issues relating to Brazil are also taken into consideration.
ObjectiveParticipants can understand and form simple questions, messages, and requests.
851-0849-01LBasic Course A2 (Brazililan-Portuguese)
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UP. de Avila Widauer
AbstractThis course is designed for participants with a basic knowledge of Portuguese (level A1).
The course deals with everyday topics. Participants practice simple forms of communication as these occur in daily life. Lexical and linguistic structures are taught within these contexts. Intercultural and socio-cultural issues relating to Brazil are also taken into consideration.
ObjectiveParticipants can talk and write about themselves and everyday topics using simple sentences. They can take part in simple daily conversations, understand and write simple messages, describe an event in a time sequence, and express wishes, assumptions, and recommendations.
851-0885-07LGreek Basic Course Part I Information W3 credits5UR. Harder
AbstractLanguage course for beginners. We will work with a textbook which contains easy original Greek texts. Basic knowledge of Greek grammar, vocabulary and of some characteristics of the Greek language and culture.
ObjectiveBasic knowledge of Greek grammar, vocabulary and of some characteristics of the Greek language and culture.
851-0885-08LGreek Basic Course Part III Information Restricted registration - show details W3 credits4UF. Egli Utzinger
AbstractIn this third semester "Graecum" we consolidate the knowlegde of the language. The course focusses on the lecture of a Platonic dialog and of Homer's Odyssey. The course prepares the students for the final exam in January.
ObjectiveThe students should be able to translate a Greek text on a higher level. They should have a sound knowlege of the Homeric Epos and the Platonic philosophy.
851-0885-09LModern Greek Language I (A1.1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UA. Rassidakis Kastrinidis
AbstractThis course is the first part of a language course which runs over four semesters, covering levels A1 and A2 of the Global European Framework. Modern Greek Language I is designed for students who have no or very little command of Modern Greek and covers level A1.1.
ObjectivePractice of oral communication and study of basic vocabulary and grammar; focus on noun and adjective structures, personal and possessive pronouns, active verbs (Present Tense) and the use of adverbs. Initiation to web-based activities in Greek and enhancement of interest and activities in Greek language and culture.
ContentThe course covers the areas work, home and personal interests; everyday situations and conversations in hotel, restaurant and shops; asking for the way and asking for advice; simple text materials, such as poems, songs and comics will support learning activities.
Lecture notesKeines
Literature•- The course book by D. Dimitra & M. Papacheimona, Ellinika tora 1+1 (Greek now 1+1, including 2 audio-CD), units 1-5, Athens 2002, and workbook one, Tetradio Askiseon 1, have been ordered for the course members and are available at "Bücherladen der Stiftung Zentralstelle der Studentenschaft", Schönberggasse 2.
•- Web-based activities to support and enhance classroom teaching will be accessible via Moodle, an electronic platform offered by LET of ETHZ (http://moodle.let.ethz.ch/).
•- Additional course materials and handouts will be distributed in class.
•- A set of 1400 vocabulary cards for the entire coursebook (Ellinika tora 1+1) is available and can be ordered at the beginning of the semester.
Prerequisites / NoticeAll course participants are expected to
• attend regularly and participate actively in class
• do at least 3 hours' work at home
• submit all their written work for correction
• commit themselves to online-activities in the Moodle-LET online-classroom
• pass all semester-tests.
All candidates who fulfill the course requirements will receive a language certificate, issued by the Language Center, awarding 2 ECTS credits.
D-GESS students will receive on-line credit points and marks, in addition to the LC-certificate.

The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum-website and who receive online confirmation that they have been accepted on this course. Please note the limited online-registration period!
More Information concerning the courses on http://www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch/index.php
851-0885-10LModern Greek Language III (A2.1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UA. Rassidakis Kastrinidis
AbstractThis is Part III of the Modern Greek language course, running over four semesters. Modern Greek III covers level A2.1 of the Global European Framework and is designed for students who have already attended courses I and II at the Sprachenzentrum UNI/ETHZ, or whose language proficiency is equivalent to level A1.2.
ObjectiveExtensive vocabulary work (approx. 400 new words); reading of elementary texts; additional practice through speaking only Greek in class; improving listening comprehension; writing short essays (about the past and the future, describing events and personal experience). Grammar work will focus on verbs (simple past, simple future, subjunctive and imperative; active and passive voice).
ContentChallenging everyday situations; discussion of specific topics (eg. describing pictures and photographs, talking about daily chores); elementary listening comprehension practice (dialogues, talking about events, advertisements); reading comprehension (advertisements, cooking recipies, poems).
Lecture notesKeines
Literature•- Audio-visual materials and handouts (photocopies) will be used. Photocopies will be distributed during the semester.
•- Web-based activities can be accessed via Moodle platform, supported by LET of ETHZ (http://moodle.let.ethz.ch/).
Prerequisites / NoticeAll course participants are expected to
• attend regularly and participate actively in class
• do at least 3 hours of individual study at home
• take part actively in online-activities in the Moodle-LET online-classroom
• submit their written work for correction (Semester-Portfolio)
• pass the semester-test

All participants who fulfill the course requirements will receive a language certificate, issued by the Language Center, awarding 2 ECTS credits.
D-GESS students will receive on-line credit points and marks, in addition to the LC-certificate.

The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum-website and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course. Please note the limited online-registration period!
More Information concerning the courses on http://www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch/index.php

All Modern-Greek-courses at the Sprachenzentrum do not exceed the beginners' level and therefore are not suitable for greek native speakers. Non-native speakers of greek origin please contact Ms. Rassidakis before enrolling in order to check if the course is not too easy for them.
851-0889-00LSwedish I (A1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UF. Kreis
AbstractThis course is the first of a two part Swedish-course, run over two semesters. The aim of the course is to achieve basic language skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing (Level A1). The focus is based on oral skills.
ObjectiveThe participants learn how to express themselves adequately in different everyday situations. Everyday conversation will be worked on and practised. The students will work on basic grammar structures und basic pronunciation.
LiteratureWe are working with A1+A2 Textbok (ISBN 978-91-27-43420-2) and Rivstart A1+A2 Övningsbok (ISBN 978-91-27-43421-9); publisher: Natur och Kultur, Stockholm 2014.

A printed wordlist and additional material is distributed during the lessons. You will be asked to pay CHF 9.00 to cover the cost of the material.
Prerequisites / NoticeRegular attendance (max 3 absences), active participation in class and a minimum of 3 hours work outside class is expected per week.

The course is only open to students who registered online via the Language Center website and who received an e-mail confirmation that they have been accepted in this course.
851-0889-02LSwedish II (A2.1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UF. Kreis
AbstractThis course is a direct continuation of the first part of the Swedish-course. Participants should already have reached level A1. The course aims to work on grammar skills, vocabulary and oral as well as writing skills. Furthermore, Swedish pronounciation should be improved (level A2.1).
ObjectiveThe participants learn to express themselves in a variety of everyday-situations. The course provides knowledge on characteristics of Swedish culture and society.
LiteratureWe are working with A1+A2 Textbok (ISBN 978-91-27-43420-2) and Rivstart A1+A2 Övningsbok (ISBN 978-91-27-43421-9); publisher: Natur och Kultur, Stockholm 2014.

A printed wordlist and additional material is distributed during the lessons. You will be asked to pay CHF 9.00 to cover the cost of the material.
Prerequisites / NoticeRegular attendance (max 3 absences), active participation in class and a minimum of 3 hours work outside class is expected per week.

The course is only open to students who registered online via the Language Center website and who received an e-mail confirmation that they have been accepted in this course.
851-0889-01LPolish I (A 1.1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2US. Schaffner
AbstractCredits: 2
The course is planned as the first part of a two-semester crash course in Polish at level A1.1.
The course covers the four core skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. We focus on oral communicative skills as well as pronunciation and grammatical structures.
ObjectiveTarget audience:
This is a course for beginners who have no prior knowledge of Polish. Therefore no diagnostic test is required.

Students learn to master a set of basic situations in developping communication skills linked with every day life. Special attention will be given to features of academic culture.
ContentEveryday situations will be covered, for instance introducing yourself and others, living and working in an academic context, personal interests), to ask for information and services (in restaurants, coffeeshops, shops) etc.


The students learn the principles of Polish pronunciation and intonation as well as basic Polish grammar needed to master the course goals.
LiteratureCoursebook
POLSKI krok po kroku 1 (Iwona Stempek, Anna Stelmach, Sylwia Dawidek, Aneta Szymkiewicz), ISBN 978-83-930731-0-8. mp3 with audio materials, free access to interactive Polish course e.polish.eu
The coursebook will be available at
Bücherladen und Studentenladen Zentrum,Schönberggasse 2, 8001 Zürich, tel: 044 634 45 23, email:ladenz@zsuz.uzh.ch

The use of of the open-source Learning Management System OLAT will be part of the course.
Prerequisites / NoticeStudents are expected to attend regularly and participate actively in class. Completion of this course requires active and continuous participation. Students should be able to dedicate at least 3 hours a week to independent study activities.

The use of of the open-source Learning Management System OLAT will be part of the course.

Assessment:
The assessment will embrace
- a portfolio including exercises done throughout the semester
- a final test assessing the different skills trained.

Requirements for the award of 2 ECTS credits and:
- learning achievement assessed and documented as successful
- no more than 3 absences
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