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KK-SAK206 Intermediate German 2 through Blended Learning (CEFR A2), 3 cr 
Code KK-SAK206  Validity 01.01.2020 -
Name Intermediate German 2 through Blended Learning (CEFR A2)  Abbreviation Intermediate Ge 
Scope3 cr   
TypeLanguage studies
    Can be taken more than onceno
Unit Language Centre 

Target group 

Students of all faculties, students with a JOO flexible study right, international students

Learning outcomes 

The course expands and deepens language skills in a varied manner.

After completing the course, students will be able to

o   Understand clear speech, as well as the central content of texts dealing with social issues

o   Talk about topics examined during the course and write short texts related to them 

o   Use German in everyday situations

o   Use key vocabulary related to the topics discussed during the course

o   Identify differences and similarities between their own culture and that of German-speaking countries

Completion methods 

26 hours of contact teaching, 52 hours of independent study and online assignments. Diverse study methods are utilised in contact teaching. A great deal of discussion exercises in small groups. Active participation (90% attendance) in the contact and online sessions of the blended learning course and completion of agreed assignments within given guidelines.


Starting level CEFR A2 (PDF).

Intermediate German 1 at the Language Centre or corresponding skills


Increasing familiarity with German-speaking countries. Topics include leisure time activities, professional life, the environment and well-known German individuals. As regards grammar, the course focuses on adjective declension, the conditional, verbs with cases, the past tense and the past perfect tense. During the course, students will practise everyday communication in small groups and pairs. Many short texts that offer different perspectives on the topics as well as discussion in small groups.

Study materials and literature 

Campus D4. The learning materials can be printed out from the course’s Moodle area.

Assessment practices and criteria 

Studies completed at the Language Centre are graded on a scale of pass/fail. Assessment is based on the learning outcomes. Regular and active classroom attendance in contact teaching is required. Feedback on written assignments. The teacher will make a separate announcement on the written or oral assignments required for the course.


Current and future instruction
Functions Name Type cr Teacher Schedule
registration period has ended Intermediate German 2 through Blended Learning (CEFR A2), period I-Ii  Course  Seppo Sainio  08.09.20 -08.12.20

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