Middlebury Language Schools

 

Barbara Heck

German School Faculty

Barbara A. Heck

B.A. Notre Dame German (1977), M.A. German  Ohio State University (1986)

Worked as high school teacher for a total of 14 years:

High School German Teacher – Arlington Heights, IL; Hilliard, OH.

From 1999 to 2007, lived in Basel, Switzerland, and taught both German and English at the Unversität St. Gallen and the Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (Basel). Ms. Heck is presently a lecturer in German at Ohio State University. She is primarily responsible for German 201, 301 and 401. Ms. Heck also occasionally teaches courses in ESL (e.g., English for post-doctoral researchers in medicine).

 
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GRMN 3195 - Early Inter German for Singers      

The language component provides three to four hours of daily instruction in German grammar and conversation at a level appropriate to each student's proficiency. The language component carries two credits, with courses offered on several levels. Students are integrated in the regular language classes according to what level they placed into after taking the placement exam, and after an oral interview on campus before the summer session begins.

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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GRMN 3196 - Early Inter German for Singers      

The language component provides three to four hours of daily instruction in German grammar and conversation at a level appropriate to each student's proficiency. The language component carries two credits, with courses offered on several levels. Students are integrated in the regular language classes according to what level they placed into after taking the placement exam, and after an oral interview on campus before the summer session begins.

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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GRMN 3198 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Listening comprehension and pronunciation practice require the use of the language laboratory.

Required texts: Uta Matecki: Dreimal Deutsch (Klett Verlag); Jack Moeller and Helmut Liedloff: A Concise German Review Grammar (Houghton & Mifflin)

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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GRMN 3199 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Listening comprehension and pronunciation practice require the use of the language laboratory.

Required texts: Uta Matecki: Dreimal Deutsch (Klett Verlag); Jack Moeller and Helmut Liedloff: A Concise German Review Grammar (Houghton & Mifflin)

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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GRMN 3200 - Early Intermediate German      

The successful completion of this course corresponds to the equivalent of second and third semester German. The active use of all major points of basic grammar and vocabulary is stressed in order to bring students to a common working level in the four skills. During the second half, a greater emphasis will be placed on the development of writing skills and reading strategies with appropriate cultural and literary texts. Audio-visual materials supplement the four hours of daily classroom instruction. Listening comprehension and pronunciation practice require the use of the language laboratory.

Required texts: Uta Matecki: Dreimal Deutsch (Klett Verlag); Jack Moeller and Helmut Liedloff: A Concise German Review Grammar (Houghton & Mifflin)

Summer 2011, Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014 Language Schools

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