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Tutorials and workshops

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The SZHB offers a range of tutorials and workshops every semester to assist you with your language learning.

Some of our tutorials are designed to refresh your grammar knowledge in a particular language, others help you to prepare for specific tests and exams.

Our workshops help you to improve your pronunciation, your listening skills or develop strategies whereby you can integrate your language learning into your daily routine.

Our programme varies from semester to semester.

And there's an added bonus - all our tutorials and workshops are free! They are not intended as a substitute for a language course, rather to help you achieve your own learning goals.

Register for a grammar tutorial

The English and Russian grammar tutorials are administered via the SZHB Moodle learning platform.

What does Moodle offer?
  • Additional exercises and explanations
  • Organisational information, Zoom links (for our online tutorials)  
Access to Moodle
  • If you are currently doing a language course which already uses Moodle, you can simply use your normal log-in details and register for the language café of your choice.
  • If you don't yet have a log-in for Moodle, please register here.

Tutorials summer semester 2022

Begin: April 27 & 28, 2022

Dates & times:

  • Wednesdays, 18:00-19:00 (online via Zoom)
  • Thursdays, 12:00-13:00 (SLZ, Hochschule Bremen) 

Zoom access link:

https://uni-bremen.zoom.us/j/92519890554?pwd=RkxDTzlqNjFkZjdra3lZNm9qOEdVUT09
Meeting-ID: 925 1989 0554
Passcode: 483805

Concept: 

The tutorial is designed to help you refresh basic aspects of English grammar and a different aspect will be dealt with each week. The grammar will be explained and there will be lots of time to practise and ask all your questions! You can decide whether you want to attend Wednesdays or Thursdays.

Please note! The tutorials are not a substitute for an English course, nor can you gain any Credit Points.You do not have to attend every tutorial, you can just come along to those that specifically interest you.

Topics: 

27 / 28 AprilWord Order/Sentence Structure
4 / 5 MayDirect / Indirect Speech
11 / 12 MayUse of Articles
18 / 19 MayTenses I
25 MayTenses II
1 / 2 JuneNouns/Plural Forms/Pronouns
8 / 9 JuneAdjectives/Adverbs
15 / 16 JuneTenses III
22 / 23 JuneTenses IV
29 / 30 JunePrepositions
6 / 7 JulyClauses
13 / 14 JulyConjunctions/Linking Clauses
20 / 21 JulyTopic of Your Choice

Begins:  April 26, 2023

Dates & times: Tuesdays, 13:00 - 14:00

Zoom access link:

https://uni-bremen.zoom.us/j/4570859510?pwd=TmFNWm41K2pqVDdnZjIyQzJUN2liZz09

Meeting-ID: 457 085 9510

Passcode: 25072021

Concept: 

The tutorial is ideal as a supplement to a conventional Russian course (A1.1), but can also be taken as a stand-alone option. The grammar will be explained and there will be lots of time to practise and ask all your questions!

Please note! The tutorials are not a substitute for a Russian course, nor can you gain any Credit Points. You do not have to attend every tutorial, you can just come along to those that specifically interest you.

At the end of summer semester 2022, we are offering a series of tutorials to help you prepare for the course exams for Technical English 1 (FB1).

The tutorials are free and intended for students taking the above-mentioned English course(s) in Faculty 1 at the Hochschule Bremerhaven. 

Termine & Themen: 

 ThemenTermin 1Termin 2Termin 3

Week 1:

Prozessbeschreibung, Recycling, Wasseraufbereitung

Tue, July 19, 2022

14:15-15:45

Wed, July 20, 2022

14:15-15:45

Fri, July 22, 2022

10:15-11:45

Week 2:

 

Prozessbeschreibung, Essay, Architektur und Design 

Mon, July 25, 2022

14:15-15:45

Tue, July 26, 2022

14:15-15:45

Wed, July 27, 2022

14:15-15:45

Note: All 3 sessions in week 1 will deal with the same topics, so you need only attend 1 session. The same applies to week 2. 

Place: The tutorial takes place in Haus S., Room S. 125

Workshops summer semester 2022

We are currently not able to offer any workshops.

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