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This page serves to exchange experience with courses we linguists might want to take for credit or out of interest. Especially welcome are hints about good courses at other faculties and departments, which do not show up in the SfS course catalogue and thus need our word of mouth.
 
This page serves to exchange experience with courses we linguists might want to take for credit or out of interest. Especially welcome are hints about good courses at other faculties and departments, which do not show up in the SfS course catalogue and thus need our word of mouth.
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== Languages ==
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=== Russisch I-IV ===
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The Russian courses at the Slavonic department are geared towards beginning Slavicists, but are also open to others. You can use this as a language course for credit and, if you want to gain a fair proficiency in Russian, continue until you get a ''Sprachschein'' after four semesters. The beginners' course (Russisch I) starts only in winter semesters.
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'''Course language:''' German
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'''Hours per week (per course):''' 4; sometimes an optional tutorial is offered in addition
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'''Credit points:''' ''to be added''<br/>
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'''Web site:''' http://www.slavistik.uni-tuebingen.de/
  
 
== Key qualifications ==
 
== Key qualifications ==
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=== Rede- und Präsentationskompetenz ===
 
=== Rede- und Präsentationskompetenz ===
  
This is an '''online seminar''' offered by the rhetorics department which provides valuable insights into the field of rhetorics as such as well as methods for preparing and giving good presentations. Presentations being an important part of our studies, this course is certainly worth the non-negligible effort: Every week, a half-hour video must be watched, a written task completed and other participants' exercises reviewed. There are also two practical sessions where one meets at a fixed time in real life and gives a speech prepared beforehand. Very good knowledge of German required!
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This is an '''online seminar''' offered by the rhetorics department which provides valuable insights into the field of rhetorics as such as well as methods for preparing and giving good presentations. Presentations being an important part of our studies, this course is certainly worth the non-negligible effort: Every week, a half-hour video must be watched, a written task completed and other participants' exercises reviewed. There are also two practical sessions where one meets at a fixed time in real life and gives a speech prepared beforehand.
  
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'''Course language:''' German (very good command required!)
 
'''Credit points:''' 4 (B.A. Computational Linguistics Major Elective)<br/>
 
'''Credit points:''' 4 (B.A. Computational Linguistics Major Elective)<br/>
'''Web site:''' http://www.virtuelle-rhetorik.de
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'''Web site:''' http://www.virtuelle-rhetorik.de/

Revision as of 14:16, 15 February 2008

This page serves to exchange experience with courses we linguists might want to take for credit or out of interest. Especially welcome are hints about good courses at other faculties and departments, which do not show up in the SfS course catalogue and thus need our word of mouth.

Languages

Russisch I-IV

The Russian courses at the Slavonic department are geared towards beginning Slavicists, but are also open to others. You can use this as a language course for credit and, if you want to gain a fair proficiency in Russian, continue until you get a Sprachschein after four semesters. The beginners' course (Russisch I) starts only in winter semesters.

Course language: German Hours per week (per course): 4; sometimes an optional tutorial is offered in addition Credit points: to be added
Web site: http://www.slavistik.uni-tuebingen.de/

Key qualifications

Rede- und Präsentationskompetenz

This is an online seminar offered by the rhetorics department which provides valuable insights into the field of rhetorics as such as well as methods for preparing and giving good presentations. Presentations being an important part of our studies, this course is certainly worth the non-negligible effort: Every week, a half-hour video must be watched, a written task completed and other participants' exercises reviewed. There are also two practical sessions where one meets at a fixed time in real life and gives a speech prepared beforehand.

Course language: German (very good command required!) Credit points: 4 (B.A. Computational Linguistics Major Elective)
Web site: http://www.virtuelle-rhetorik.de/