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"SPRECH"stunde

Many language learners want to improve their pronunciation, practice speaking or communicating in the target language. All of this can be done in the “SPRECH”stunde, which takes place in the multimedia lab (H2.220; access via the Mediathek: H2.211) every Wednesday from 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.

Students will be supported by the ZfS staff, who will assist them with the technical equipment at hand for practicing pronunciation and speaking.

Impressions of the "SPRECH"stunde

“Finally a real exercise!”

“It is helpful to listen to your own recording!”

“Especially helpful if you want to practice transcribing for your phonetics class.”

“The ‘Sanako-Player’ is very helpful. It enables you to repeat, read out texts and record your own voice. Alternating between the original file and your own voice, recording during playback helps you to recognize incorrect pronunciation.”

“Working with Sanako was a pleasant experience. The software is easy to use and contains all relevant functions. Recording your own voice is very useful for recognizing your own mistakes.”

Information

- The “SPRECHstunde” is addressed to learners of all target languages and is an offer for autonomous learning. It is no instructed class.

- Information about available materials and possible activities can be found in the Koala-Group “Sprachen Lernen in der Mediathek”. Students who want to practice communicating in the target language can look for a learning partner.

- Attending the “SPRECHstunde” will give you an additional ECTS point for “Autonomes Lernen”.

When and Where?

When? – During the semester: Wednesdays 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. (it is alright if you come later or leave earlier)

Where? – Multimedia lab H2.220 (access via the Mediathek H2.211)

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