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  • GERMAN COURSES Intensive

    Part-time (evening)

  • Mr. Aloys Weigel

    Director of Studies retired

    Director of the institute

    How to find us

    Schrderstrae 22a, 69120 Heidelberg Te.: 0049 (0)6221 4568 0

    Fax: 0049 (0)6221 4568 19 E-Mail: info@heidelberger-paedagogium.de Web: www.heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Welcome in Heidelberg

    and learn German in our Institute. Consistent quality, lively German lessons, effective language training in a small international classes and relaxed at-mosphere. Our methods are the best there are for learning German fast and

    well. Our staff and teachers will make your stay at Heidelberger Pdagogium an experience to remember.

    The institute is located close to the center (about 10 minutes on foot) and easy to reach by public transportation (1 stop from the Bismarckplatz).

    mailto:heidelberger-paedagogium@t-online.de

  • OUR STAFF

    - always glad to help you! -

    Mr. Michael Weigel

    (Directions assistent, general administra-

    tion and organisation)

    Speaks English, Lithuanian and Spanish Te.: 06221-456816

    info@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Ms. Christine Weigel

    (German, Classics, accounting)

    speaks English and Turkish

    Te.: 06221-456811

    info11@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Ms. Susana Weigel

    (german courses, publicity, Media design,

    Webmaster, Email-Agent)

    Speaks Spanish, English, Lithuanian and has knowledge in French

    info16@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Ms. Sarah Herlmstorff

    (coaching, high school

    repetition courses)

    speaks English Te.: 06221-456814

    info14@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Ms. Dr. Bettina Richter

    (german und other languages courses)

    Speaks English, and has knowledge

    in French, and Italian Te.: 06221-456812

    info12@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    Frau M.A. Angelika Prll

    (coaching, high school preparetory cour-

    ses, German evening courses, foreign

    languages) Te.: 06221-456815

    info15@heidelberger-paedagogium.de

    and an educational team of more

    than 60 teachers

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  • The city Heidelberg

    Heidelbergs old town, the castle you will find history at every turn. The city that is home to Germanys oldest

    university (established in 1386) looks back on 800 ye-ars of history. During this time, the city has attracted poets like Goethe, Eichen-dorff and Mark Twain, famous artists like Turner, Fohr and

    Trbner were inspired by its colorful impressions, and composers like Brahms,

    Schumann and Carl Maria von Weber translated the

    triad of river landscape, old town and castle into music. Apart from its historical and cultural aspects, modern-day

    Heidelberg is also a center for

    science and commerce: In-ternational and German com-

    panies like IBM, ABB, Heidel-berger Druckmaschinen or the European telecommuni-cations company Eurescom underscore the importance of Heidelberg. Heidelberg is known as a

    center for biotechnological research and pioneer for in-

    formation technologies and environmental strategies. It is home to the Academy of the Sciences, the College for Jewish Studies, the German

    Cancer Research Center and 5 Max-Planck-Institutes.

    Today, Heidelberg has about 150,000 inhabitants and 20,000 students, making it one of the youngest cities

    in Germany. In the evenings, people meet in the bars and cafes on and off the Hauptstrasse, one of

    the longest pede-strian zones in Europe (1.7 km),

    where you will find international cuisine, from Chi-nese and Indian food to European a n d s o u t h -American speciali-

    ties.

    The city with its

    position and its

    entire surroundings

    is, one may say, quite

    ideal J.W. von Goethe

    Heidelberg - Carl Rottmann, 1815

  • - Individual tutoring in all school subject areas for all grades - Retraining and/or reintegra-tion assistance

    - Special exam preparato-ry courses (school leaving

    exams, end-of-year exams, preparation for academic in-termediate and final exams) Scientific advanced training

    - Classical courses for univer-sity students to acquire the necessary knowledge of Latin and classic Greek

    - complementing courses in mathematics, biology and chemistry for university stu-

    dents Further vocational training - German classes for forei-gners (full time, mornings

    was established in 1969 as a public spirited educational institution by two high school teachers aiming to lead young people firmly through

    their daily school routine. Today, the institute is one of

    the most renowned non profit service enterprises in Heidelberg and is engaged in a multitude of measures with currently over 60 socially

    committed teachers serving educational and scientific training as well as continuing and vocational training:

    School accompanying measures

    - Homework supervision

    and night classes, all levels reaching from alphabetization to DSH-preparation), alpha-betization courses - Integration courses German

    as a foreign language (through the Federal Office

    for Migration) - Foreign languages (English, French, Spanish, Russian, Turkish, Portugese, Lithua-nian etc.)

    The Heidelberger Pdagogium

  • DSH - preparatory course

    Intermediate I = Level B1

    Level A1 (A1.1 + A1.2)

    German intensive courses

    The inscription

    can be

    done for any

    duration

    Our German courses in Germany are more popular than ever. As the most spoken language in the EU and one of the most influential international languages of business, learning German is a surefire way to broaden professional and personal horizons

    Beginners I = Level A1

    Beginners II = Level A2

    Advanced = Level C2

    Course of Perfection

    Intermediate II = Level B2

    TestDaF - preparatory course

    Literacy teaching

    Intermediate III = Level C1

    Contents Acquisition of basic grammatical structures for oral and written communication. Basic vocabulary and idiomatic phrases are acquired through frequent practice of simple dialogues and role-plays. This course will enable students to handle everyday situations in German. Duration 160 contact lessons (2 months )

    Level A2 (A2.1 + A2.2)

    Contents Acquisition of more complex gramma-tical structures and extension of basic vocabulary. Discussion of current issues and reading of texts of medium difficulty (reading and listening comprehension). Duration 160 contact lessons (2 months )

  • Level B1 (B1.1 + B1.2) Contents Students extend their knowledge of Ger-man grammar and orthography. Special exercises aim at activating students abstract vocabulary and more complex texts are discussed in class and in written compositions. Duration 160 contact lessons (2 months )

    Level B2 (B2.1 + B2.2 + B2.3) Contents Repetition of main grammar issues, acquisi-tion of strategies to deal with longer texts for individual language production and inde-pendent learning. Scientific and popular texts to train various skills: listening comprehension reading comprehension text production verbal statements Duration 240 contact lessons (3 months )

    Contents Listening and reading comprehension, text analysis of current newspaper articles, etc. Grammar repetition and extension of voca-bulary. Duration 240 contact lessons (3 months )

    Contents Perfecting of speaking and writing skills, reduction of phonetic shortfalls, increasing of professional terminology and text inter-pretation. Duration 1 month (80 contact lessons respectively)

    For participants having completed Level C1 or equivalent wishing to enroll at a German university. Contents Listening and reading comprehension, text analysis of current newspaper articles, etc. grammar repetition and extension of vocabulary, preparation on the basis of sample exams. Duration 1 month (80 contact lessons respectively)

    For participants having completed Interme-diate II or equivalent wishing to enroll at a German university. Contents Listening and reading comprehension, text analysis of current newspaper articles, etc. grammar repetition and extension of vocabulary, preparation on the basis of sample exams. Duration 1 month (80 contact lessons respectively)

    Level C1 (C1.1 + C1.2 + C1.3) COURSE of PERFECTION

    PREPARATORY COURSE for the exams:

    DSH Test-DaF Books

    A1: Begegnungen A-1

    A2: Begegnungen A-2

    B1: Begegnungen B-1

    B2: Erkundungen B-2

    C1: Erkundungen C-1

    C2: Erkundungen C-2

  • German intensive courses

    All courses (except DSH and TestDaF) start every month on all levels,

    late enrollments are possible on inquiry and after doing a placement test

    Groups Effective learning and indivi-dual tutoring in small groups (7 - 15 students). We can always arrange extra groups if there are 6+ stu-dents on the same level wis-hing to form a group. Just ask!

    Lessons time Monday to Friday from 8.50 to 12.15 AM or 1 to 4.15 PM, which amounts to 80 classes per month.

    Education Our highly qualified teachers have extensive experience and are passionate about helping you to develop and improve your German langu-age skills. We use a variety of effective teaching techniques to help you learn quickly.

    Enrollment A fully completed application form needs to be handed in and