Topics include major events, persons, and issues spanning the period from the African heritage to contemporary times. Students survey the evolution of African American expressive culture in music, literature, film, art, and dance. The course includes lectures, discussions, and video presentations. Psychology of Prejudice In this course we will explore psychological approaches to understanding stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination--the psychology of prejudice, for short.
Info You are here: The DSH is a university language exam which certifies the existence of a German language proficiency sufficient for taking up studies in that language. The proof of this language proficiency has to be provided at the time of enrolment.
Please note, that neither the admission to a masters course of studies except for English or foreign language courses of study nor the admission to the PhD phase mean the automatic exemption from the DSH. Applications for exemption from the DSH have to be submitted to the examination chairman.
Please keep in mind the examination dates given below. After expiry of the examination opportunity there will be no further DSH examination prior to the beginning of the respective semester. Examinations for single persons or small groups are not possible for administrative and cost reasons.
The DSH consists of a written and an oral examination, with the written examination being administered before the oral one. Participation in the language exam is subject to a fee! An examination result of DSH 2 justifies enrolment to all courses of study offered at the University of Bonn.
Only for the follwing courses of study is a result of DSH 1 sufficient: September 11 Please note: The written examination is split into three parts: Listening Comprehension Reading Comprehension and comprehension and reworking of academic language structures Producing a text based on guidelines Listening Comprehension This is based on a text that sufficiently takes into account the communication situation of a lecture or exercise.
The text does not require any special knowledge. The listening text will be read twice. Candidates may make notes.
Names, dates and difficult terms are generally provided. The question structure is dependent on the structure of the examination text.
Different questions can be asked that may be connected.
However, content will play a greater role than grammatical accuracy. Reading Comprehension Candidates will be presented with a text that does not require any special knowledge and is for the most part authentic, academic and related to their courses of studies.
A graph, a chart or a diagram may be included within the text. The text will be no less than and no more than characters. Comprehension of the text and the ability to rework it may be examined by the following kinds of questions: The text produced may be explanatory, comparative or a commentary.
This may be based on putting graphs, charts or diagrams into words. This must not take on the characteristics of a freestyle essay.
Candidates will be assessed according to content appropriateness, text structure and language accuracy, choice of words, sentence construction. However, a greater weight will be placed on linguistic aspects.
Oral Examination The candidate should be able to display an ability to relate events, facts and trains of thought intelligently and naturally, to grapple with these linguistically and to react appropriately to such topics during a conversation.
The oral examination involves a discussion on general academic-related problems or questions related to the chosen field of study. The examination discussion will not exceed 20 minutes. The candidate is given a reasonable amount of time to prepare for the discussion. Candidates will be assessed according to their general conversation and discussion skills in a university context understanding of questions, appropriate reactions, spontaneity as well as the ability to portray facts correctly and clearly.
To pass the examination, candidates must fulfil at least two-thirds of the requirements. Participation in the DSH is possible only after proven payment of the exmanination fee. The deposit receipt must be presented upon entrance into the examination room.Bachelor of Arts - Economics Major; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Accounting Major.
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EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY INTERACTIVE Readings in Educational Psychology. Developed by: W. Huitt Last updated: November