Samples of Spoken Discourse ‒ German


Teaching Staff: Seel Olaf Immanuel
Course Code: DE-3000
Gram-Web Code: ΕΡ0203-1
Course Category: Specific Background
Course Type: Compulsory
Course Level: Undergraduate
Course Language: German / Greek
Semester: 3rd
ECTS: 2
Total Hours: 1
Erasmus: Not Available
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Short Description:

This module aims to develop comprehension and production of oral speech. Students will come into contact with various German dialects, idioms of spoken and official language in order to identify differences and address any difficulties that might arise. Along with the lectures, students will participate in exercises of production and comprehension of oral speech.

Objectives - Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the course, the students will be able to:
• produce oral texts in German according to the third level of the European language framework
• understand German spoken language
• recognize German dialects and meet the requirements pertaining to the establishment of a basic communication.
• understand rhetorical patterns and structure
• analyse oral texts in a short period of time according to the critical theory of text analysis so as they can then adapt to the requirements of the interpretive act
• listing German language despite the conditions that is produced under and any difficulties that might emerge during its reproduction.
• develop critical thinking in relation to the multiculturalism of the German language and compared to the Greek language develop skills of mutual understanding and acceptance.

Syllabus:

Week 1:
German dialects. Theory and analysis
Week 2:
German dialects through listening. Testing recognition and matching
Week 3:
Understanding of oral speech
Week 4:
Umgangssprache. Spoken German language. Peculiarities and difficulties.
Week 5:
Hochdeutsch. Style and structure of the official German language in spoken language. Rules of courtesy.
Week 6:
Video projection with dialects and idioms
Week 7:
Social Dialects. Idioms.
Week 8:
Yiddisch. KanakSprak. Kreolsprachen. Immigrant German language
Week 9:
Analyzing oral speech
Week 10:
Rhetorical schemes and structure
Week 11:
Controversies in German language. Challenges and strategies in addressing them.
Week 12:
Contradictions and Translation
Week 13:
Production of oral speech

Suggested Bibliography:

Bausinger, H. (2015). Deutsch für Deutsche: Dialekte, Sprachbarrieren, Sondersprachen. S. Fischer Verlag
Canoğlu, H. D. (2012). " KanakSprak" versus" Kiezdeutsch"–Sprachverfall oder sprachlicher Spezialfall?: Eine ethnolinguistische Untersuchung (Vol. 11). Frank &Timme GmbH
Nübling, D. (1992). Klitika im Deutschen: Schriftsprache, Umgangssprache, alemannische Dialekte (Vol. 42). Gunter Narr Verlag
Ammon, U. (2011). Was ist ein deutscher Dialekt ‘?. Dialektologie des Deutschen: Forschungsstand und Entwicklungstendenzen, 147, 369
Loentz, E. (2006). Yiddish," KanakSprak", Klezmer, and HipHop: Ethnolect, Minority Culture, Multiculturalism, and Stereotype in Germany. Shofar, 33-62
Spiekermann, H. (2017). Silbenschnitt in deutschen Dialekten (Vol. 425). Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Wiese, H., &Wallah, S. (2010). „Kiezdeutsch–ein neuer Dialekt des Deutschen “. Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, Ausgabe, 2-10.
Wiesinger, P. (2013). Phonetisch-phonologische Untersuchungen zur Vokalentwicklung in den deutschen Dialekten: Band 1: Die Langvokale im Hochdeutschen. Band 2: Die Diphthonge im Hochdeutschen. Walter de Gruyter

Teaching Methods:

Face to face. The class is based on student’s interaction, incorporating dialogue and oral and listening exercises. In addition, throughvideo streamingshows on German television will be presented.

New Technologies:

Use of ICT in teaching

Evaluation Methods:

Oral examination


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