Don’t Miss Out: Earlybird Special Ends this Weekend!
Are you still pondering over whether or not to sign up for one of our language classes? Well ponder no more because this is sure to have you clicking on that register now button – our Earlybird discount ends THIS WEEKEND!
To help you make the decision on which course you want to take, we thought we’d give you a little recap on what’s on offer this fall:
First Year (Beginner)
A 1.1 – Wednesday 6pm – 8:45pm, Saturday 1pm – 3:45pm
A 1.2 – Tuesday 6pm – 8:45pm
A 1.3 – Tuesday 6pm – 8:45pm, Saturday 1pm – 3:45pm
A 1.4 – Monday 6pm – 8:45pm
Second Year (Advanced Beginner)
A 2.1 – Saturday 9:30am – 12:15pm
A 2.4 – Wednesday 6pm – 8:45pm
A2 Conversation & Grammar – Thursday 6pm – 8:45pm
Third/Fourth Year (Intermediate)
B1 Conversation & Grammar – Tuesday 6pm – 8:45pm
B1+ – Tuesday 6pm – 8:45pm
Fifth/Sixth Year (Advanced)
C1 (Register des Deutschen) – Monday 6pm – 8:45pm
C2 – Tuesday 6pm – 8:45pm
All the above standard courses begin during the week of Monday, September 29, 2014, and meet once a week for 2.5 hours for 10 weeks, unless otherwise noted.
Basic Tuition: $350
As usual, we’re also offering a series of special courses this session, here’s what we have:
B1/B2 Conversation – Saturday 9:30am – 12:15pm
Practice your conversation skills at the B-level on a variety of topics and current events in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
C1/C2 Conversation – Tuesday 10am – 12:45pm
Practice your conversation skills at the C1/C2 level in a relaxed atmosphere on a variety of topics.
Register der deutschen Sprache (C1) – Monday 6pm – 8:45pm
Explore the various social and regional varieties of the German language, including business German and colloquialisms. (C-level proficiency is required for this course.)
Literature (B2/C1 level) – Thursday 6pm – 7:30pm (Short Session)
Explore the exciting world of German literature with this course on the words of Kurt Tucholsky, taught at the B2/C1 level.
German History of the 19th Century – Wednesday 6pm – 8:30pm
Join us on our journey through the 19th century as “Germany” goes from being a geographic entity to the economic and political behemoth of Imperial Germany. While looking at key events in chronological order, we will also look at certain topics as they played out over the entire era. This course will be taught in English. All course materials, including English translations of texts, will be provided.
As always, we also have individual instruction available, please contact the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta for more details.
Did that help? We thought so! Now you’ve made your decision you can click here and register for your course.
We look forward to seeing you in class and helping you to improve your German skills!
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