Learn to speak, write, and read fluently in German. Our German courses focus on topics related to recognizing sound patterns, communicating clearly using appropriate gestures, and deducing meaning using textual and visual clues -- making it ideal for those who wish to build their proficiency in German and refine their conversational skills. Students will also explore German culture and have the opportunity to partake in interactive, practical lessons designed to help advance their personal and professional development.

Note: Students may not use German as a course credit towards a diploma or certificate if German is her/his first language. Seneca College reserves the right to remove students from courses if the student possesses German language abilities above the level of enrolment.

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German Language Skills 1

This course is designed to develop the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing contemporary German within a cultural framework. People today require more than one language to meet the needs of a changing world. Modern communications, increased world travel, the economic interdependence of nations, and immigration trends are all contributing factors. This course will emphasize functional fluency and provide opportunities for development of language skills. Topics and practical situations dealt with are of particular interest to those who need to get along in a German-speaking country (travelling, visiting acquaintances, conducting business, etc.)

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German Language Skills 2


LGE131 or permission of the instructor

A continuation of LGE131, this course will maintain and improve German language acquisition in the four skills- listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The introduction of more complex structures and interactive classroom activities based on everyday situations will solidify both oral and written skills. Cultural awareness will also be expanded by investigating the unique characteristics of various German-speaking regions of the world.

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Program Contacts

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Jamara Romero
Program Assistant

416-491-5050 ext.22513

Iole Millescamps
Part-time Program Coordinator

416-491-5050 ext.24109

Klaus Grober
Academic Program Manager

416-491-5050 ext.22682