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KIM/ESA
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Anhang 2.D.3 S.

1

Departmen
t

Ele
c
tr
ical Engineering
&

Computer Science

International Study Program Electrical Engineering






Selection of Modules

for Study Program
ISE

International
Study Program
Electrical Engineering









Version
:
Oktober 24. 2013



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Table of Contents

Semester 5

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3

5.1 Modul Humanities I

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3

5.2 Modul
Radio Frequencies

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5

5.3 Modul Control Systems I

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8

5.4 Modul Principles of Communications I
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10

5.5 Modul Analog Electronics II

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13

5.6 Modul Signals and Systems

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14

5.7 Modul German Language and Culture I

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17

Semester 6

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19

6.1 Modul Humanities II

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19

6.2 Modul Microwaves

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21

6.3 Modul Control Systems II
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23

6.4 Modul Principles of Communications II

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25

6.5 Modul Renewable Energy
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27

6.6 Modul Computer Aided Design

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29

6.7 Modul German Language and Culture II

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Semester

5

5
.1 Modu
l
Humanities I

Modulbezeichnung

Humanities I

Kürzel für Stundenplan

Hum1

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Lehrbeauftragte
Frau von Bredow

Dozent(in)

Lehrbeauftragte
Frau von Bredow

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE (Pflichtmodul)

Lehrform / SWS

3 V mit integrierten Übungen (Referaten),

1 S

(Exkursionen), Gruppengröße ca. 30

Arbeitsaufwand

65 h Präsenz (Vorlesung, Ü
bungen und Exkursionen)

25 h
Vor
-
/Nachbereitung der Vorles
ung und zur Vorbe
reitung
der Referate

Kreditpunkte

3

Voraussetzungen

K
eine

Lernziele / Kompetenzen


Upon successful completion of this course, the student will:



have the ability to compare and
contrast the problems of
both past and present generations



see and comprehend the development of today’s
institutions, ideas and patterns of living



understand both the meaning and the responsibilities of
being citizens in the world community



understand th
e rise and manifestation of various
ideologies including nationalism, fascism, Marxism and
totalitarianism



have the ability to communicate



have interpersonal abilities



have historical understanding and professional
competence

Inhalt

German and European H
istory since World War I

(workload 60 h)

(workload 60 h)



Germany and the First World War (Democracy and
Dictatorship)



The Weimar Republic



Hitler and the growth of the Nazi Party



The establishment of the Nazi



Dictatorship



Nazi Rule in Germany



Foreign policy

and war



Holocaust, resistance and defeat

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Modulbezeichnung

Humanities I



The two Germanys



Politics in the two Germanys 1949
-
1989



Economy and society in West Germany



Economy and society in the GDR (1949
-
1989)



The revolution of 1989 and the end of post
-
war era
(reunification)

Topics of t
he Presentation, e.g.

(workload 15 h)

(workload 15 h)



World economic crisis



The road to World War II



Nazi Rule and resistance



Marxism, Leninism, fascism, nationalism



The two Germanys



Cold War in Europe



Political shifts in post
-
war Europe

Excursions

(workload 15 h)

(workload 15 h)



Historical guided tour to Lübeck



Historical guided tour to the library



Historical guided tour to Hamburg



Forme
r concentration camp Neuengamme

Literatur



Fullbrock, M.: A
Consise History of Germany
,

Cambridge University
Press



Mann, G.:
The History of German since 1789
,

Pimlico Verlag



Cloake, J.:
Germany 1918


1945
,

Oxford University Press

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

PF Portfolio




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5
.2 Modul
Radio Frequencies

Modulbezeichnung

Radio Frequencies

Kürzel für
Stundenplan

RF

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Stefan Bartels

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Stefan Bartels / Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Alfred Ebberg

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

Internationales Studium Elektrotechnik

Lehrform

/ SWS

Class:
3 SWS wi
th integrated exercises,
max. 30 Students per
group

Laboratory
:

1 SWS with integrated presentations held by the
students, max. 3 Students per Group, max 4 groups in the
lab.

Arbeitsaufwand

60 h Class incl. exercises

40 h Preparatio
n and evaluation afterwards of class

50 h Preparation and evaluation afterwards of lab plus
presentation

Kreditpunkte

5

Voraussetzungen

All
courses

of
semester

1
-

4

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

The students will be able to design and to analyze

RF
-
systems such as transmitters
and receivers.
They can
calculate systems and subsystems with respect to their RF
-
related parameters describing noise, non
-
linearities or
frequency
-
response. The Students are familiar with
analog

modulation techniques and t
hey can describe modulated
signals in time
-

and frequency
-
domain. They are able to
design transmitters and receivers for various applications. In
the laboratory they gain ability to handle RF
-
measuremen
t
-
systems. They can analyze RF
-
systems and signals
ind
ependently and document and present the results. They
are able to independently elaborate new aspects of RF
-
related problems and present these prob
lems and the related
solutions.

Inhalt


Introduction (Workload 5h)

Noise (Workload 15h)



Thermal Noise



Noise

Contributions by Complex Impedances



Signal To Noise Ratio (SNR)



Noise Sources in Semiconductors



Noise Figure / Noise Ratio



Noise Ratio of Passive Components



System`s Noise Ration / Friis Formula



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Modulbezeichnung

Radio Frequencies

Nonlinearities (Workload 15h)



Taylor Series Representation



Output Spectrum



3rd Order Intercept Point IP3

Transistor’s Giacoletto Model (Workload 15h)

Superheterodyne Receivers (Workload 5h)

Oscillators (Workload 10h)



One Port Oscillators



Two Port Oscillators



Oscillator’s Phase Noise



Crystal Oscillator



VCO

Modulation (Workload 10h)



Amplitude Modulation



Frequency Modulation



De
-
Modulator’s Noise Performance



Sensitivity

Transmission Lines (Workload 10h)



Distributed Circuit Model / Characteristic Equations



Wave Propagation on TRL



Reflection Coefficient



Phase
Velocity



Standing Waves

Smith Chart (Workload 12h)



Fundamentals



Impedance Matching Network Design

S
-
Parameters (Workload 3h)

Experiments in the Lab




AM/FM Spektrum Analysis (10h)



Frequency Modulation (10h)



QAM (10h)



Up
-

and Down
-
Conversion (10h)


Presentation Topics to be determined individually (10h)

Literatur



Young, Electronic Communication Techniques,

Prentice Hall 2003



Meinke, Gundlach, Taschenbuch der Hochfrequenztechnik,
Springer 1992



Mäusl, R., Analoge und digitale Modulationsverfahren,
Hüthig 2004


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Modulbezeichnung

Radio Frequencies



Voges, E., Hochfrequenztechnik,

Verlag Moderne Industrie 2003

Studien
-
/
Prüfungsleistungen

Pr (Studienleistung): P, Ref;

V (Prüfungsleistung):
Klausur (90
Minuten
)




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5
.
3

Modul

Control Systems I

Modulbezeichnung


Control Systems I

Kürzel
für Stundenplan


CS1

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Bayerlein

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Bayerlein

Sprache


Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE (Pflichtmodul)

Lehrform / SWS

4 V
+ 1 P
r

with integrated exercises,
8
0 students
(V), 12 (P
r
)
per group

Arbeitsaufwand

64 h
presence

(lecture
), 16 h Lab

100

h
preparation, evaluation afterwards and report Lab

Kreditpunkte

6

Voraussetzungen

Knowledge of "
Signal
e

u
nd System
e"
,
"
Messtechnik und
Sensorik
"
,
"
Analoge

Elek
tronik I
"

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

The students should learn to describe systems via signal block
diagrams and reduce them. They should be able to analyze

dynamical system behaviour using Bode plots and complex
transfer functions. Standard blocks should be used to design
simple loops with 1 or 2 PT1
-

processes. With the FRA
(frequency response approach)


design the students learn to
design and optimize
general single and multiloop
-
systems
using PIDT1
-

controller.

Inhalt

Basics of c
ontr
ol s
ystems


Introduction reference and disturbance behaviour. drawing
and reduction of signal block diagrams

Modelling a
nd a
nalysis of
d
ynamical
s
ystems


Characterizi
ng of dynamic systems. M
athematical methods to
describe

Differential equation in time domain and transfer
function in frequency domain. Use of step
-

impulse and
frequency response, bode plot and mesh plot.

Use of t
ransfer
f
unction



Application of Laplac
e
-
Transform to calculate system
responses. Graphical display methods of transfer function
(Pole
-
zero plot, polar plot, mesh plot bode plot. Laplace
conversion of differential equation.

Frequency
r
esponse


Definition of frequency response, bode plot. Dr
awing of bode
plots.

Standard linear blocks


P
-
behaviour. I
-

behaviour. D
-

behaviour. PT1
-

behaviour,
PT2
-

behaviour, delay time blocks.


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Modulbezeichnung


Control Systems I

Standard controllers


P
-
controller. I
-

controller. PI
-

controller. PD
-

controller. PDT1
-

controller. PIDT1
-

controller. Analogue realisation

Simple control loops



Open
loop, closed loop. Reference and disturbance behaviour.
Simple examples with PT1
-

and 2PT1
-

process with PI and
PIDT1
-

controller (Cruise control, temperature control)

Stability


Definition of

stability. BIBO
-
stability, pole criterion. Hurwitz
-
criterion, special Nyquist
-
criterion.

Design with Frequency Response A
pproach (FRA)

Principals of FRA
-

Design with P, PI, PDT1 and PIDT1
-

controller. Design

parameters, settling time. Pole
compensatio
n. Symmetrical Optimum.

Improvement methods



Precontrol, Disturbance feed forward, cascaded loops.

Lab experiments:

There are three experiments:



Identification of step responses of different processes




Measurement of bode plots of a PIDT1, DT2 and of a
digital filter




Controller design and implementation of a speed control
system

Literatur



Bayerlein,

J.:

Workbook
control systems
,

available press FHL



Phillips, C.
L.:

Feedback Control Systems
,

Prentice Hall
newest version




Ogata, K.
:

Modern Control

Engineering
,


Prentice Hall, newest version



Saadat, Hadi
:

Computational Aids in Control Systems
Using MATLAB
,

McGrawHill, newest version


Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P (Studienleistung),
V
(Prüfungsleistung): Klausur (120
Minuten)





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5.
4

Modul
Principles of Communications I

Modulbezeichnung

Principles of Communications I

Kürzel für Stundenplan

COM I

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Horst Hellbrück

D
ozent(in)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Horst Hellbrück

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum
Curriculum

Bachelor International Study of Electrical Engineering

Lehrform / SWS

Class: 4 SWS with exercises,
max. 30 Students per group

Laboratory: 1 SWS with integrated presentations held by the
students, max. 3 students per group, max 4 groups in the
l
ab.

Arbeitsaufwand


80

h presence (64 h class incl. exercises, 16 h lab.)


4
0 h preparation and evaluation for classes incl. exercises


6
0 h preparation and evaluation for lab plus presentation

Kreditpunkte

6

Voraussetzungen

-

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

Students should be able to
:



explain the structure and functions of reference models



describe the characteristics of base band transmission
systems as well as systems using digital modulation
schemes,



calculate characteristics of transmission lines, e.g.
characteristic and input impedance, reflection factor, the
influence of the termination on data transmission,



explain the fundamental operation of fibre optics,



draw the output signal of a line encoder following a given
encoding algorithm and to assess th
eir characteristic
features,



describe the steps from an analog to a digital signal and to
determine the values of a sampled signal using a linear or
non
-
linear (PCM, A
-
law) A/D conversion,



analyse the spectrum of different kinds of modulation
(ASK, FSK, PS
K, and QAM),



select encoding strategies taking into account the signal
-
to
-
noise ratio S/N and the corresponding bit error rate
BER,



describe the principles of multiplexing and the different
ki
nds of access methods





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Modulbezeichnung

Principles of Communications I

Inhalt

Course Topics

Fundamentals (W
orkload 20h)



OSI Reference Model 7 Layers, Functions and Services



First three layers, the base for transmission and switching
systems



Models

Signals
(Workload 30h)



Signal Definition and Classes



Representation of Signals



Fourier Analysis and Fourier
Integral



Linear Time Invariant Systems (LTI) and Filters



Intersymbol Interference (ISI)



Random Signals

Media
(Workload 30h)



Wires



Schematic Representation



Cable Parameters



Wave Propagation



Reflection and Refraction



F
iber Optics



Advantages of Fiber Optics



M
ain Characteristics of Fiber

Data Transmission (W
orkload 30h)



Basics of Baseband transmission



Cables
-

Copper and Fiber



Line Coding



Digital Modulation



Regeneration



Example Modem



Example DSL

Data Link Layer (W
orkload 50h)



Framing



Medium Access



Error Control



Flow Control

Examples

(W
orkload 20h)



PPP



Ethernet



Telecommunication Systems



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Modulbezeichnung

Principles of Communications I

Lab Experiments
:



L1: Introduction



L2: Signals



L3: Transmission Media



L4: Line Coding

Presentation: Topics to be determined individually

Literatur



Glover, Grant: Digital Communications,

Prentice Hall



Young: Electronic Communication Techniques,

Prentice Hall



Tanenbaum: Computer Networks,

Prentice
-
Hall

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P (Studienleistung), V (Prüfungsleistung): Klausur (120
Minuten)




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5.
5

Modul Analog Electronics II

Modulbezeichnung

Analog Electronics II

Kürzel für Stundenplan

AEII

Semester

4

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr. Martin Ryschka

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr. Martin Ryschka

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM
-

ISE

-

Pflichtmodul

Lehrform / SWS

3 V

with integ
r
ated exercises, max.
30 students per group

1 P
r

max. 12 students in the lab

Arbeitsaufwand

3 SWS x 16 weeks = 48 h presence, class

62 h preparation and wrap
-
up for class incl. exercises

1 SWS x 16 weeks
= 16 h
presence, laboratory

24 h preparation and wrap
-
up for laboratory

total 150 h

Kreditpunkte

5

Voraussetzungen

Passed exam

in
"
Bauelemente und Analoge Elektronik I
"
(FHL)

or

"
EE
-
210 Electronic Devices and Computer
Interfacing
"

(MSOE)

Course Objectives

Students should be able to analyze and design basic analog
electronic circuits, to select the appropriate components and
to calculate their quantities.

Inhalt

Class



Real Operational Amplifiers (W
orkload 18 h)



Stability
-

Oscillations



Voltage Regulators
(
W
orkload 24 h)



Active Filters
(W
orkload 20 h)



Advanced Operation
al Amplifier Applications

(
W
orkload 20 h)



Phase Locked Loop

Laboratory



Operational amplifier






Current sources, differential amplifier






Step
-
up
-
converter

Literatur



S. Franco: Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog
Integrated Circuits, McGraw
-
Hill
, 2006

ISBN
0
-
07
-
232084
-
2

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P
r

(Studienleistung), V

(Prüfungsleistung): Klausur (120
Minuten)



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5.
6

Modul Signals and Systems

Modulbezeichnung

Signals and Systems

Kürzel für Stundenplan

SaS

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche
r

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. D. Chahabadi

Dozent
en

Prof.
Dr.
rer.
n
at. L. Vogt, Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. D. Chahabadi

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

Internationales
Studium Elektrotechnik

Lehrform / SWS

4 V mit integrierten Übungen

Arbeitsaufwand

64 h Präsenz (40 h Vorlesung, 24 h Übung)

11
6 h Vo
r
-
/Nachbereitung von Vorlesung und Übungen

18
0 Gesamtsumme

Kreditpunkte

(gem. ECTS)

6

Voraussetzungen

Kenntnisse aus
dem Grundlagenbereich der Elektrotechnik
sowie mathematische Kenntnisse: Komplexe Zahlen,
Differential
-

und Integralrechnung, Differentialgleichungen

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

Nach der Bearbeitung dieses Moduls sollen die Studierenden
die wichtigsten
elementaren Signale, wie z.B. harmo
nische
Signale,
Dirac
-
Impuls und Einheitssprung, die besonders
häufig in der Signal
-

und Systemtheorie verwendet werden,
kennen und ihre Eigenschaften beschreiben können.

Der Umgang mit den mathematischen Analyseverfahren

Fourierreihe, Fourier
-
Transformation, Laplace
-
Transformation
soll sicher beherrscht werden. Die Wirkung der Abtastung im
Frequenzbereich soll anhand einer Skizze erläutert werden
können. Die Studierenden lernen die Eigenschaften von
linearen und zeitinva
r
ianten Systemen (LZI
-
Systeme)
und

V
erfahren

zur

Berechnung der Reaktion von LZI
-
Systemen in
Zeit
-

und Frequenzbereich auf ein gegebenes Eingangssignal
kennen. Sie sollten die Stabilitätsbedingungen im Zeit
-

und
Frequenzbereich für LZI
-
Systeme überprüfen k
önnen. Sie
lernen u.a. die Begriffe Systemfunktion, Übertragungs
-
funktion, Amplituden
-

und Phasengang, Phasen
-

und
Gruppenlaufzeit sowie Pol
-
Nullstellendiagramm kennen und
können die Amplitudengänge der unterschiedlichen Typen
frequenzselektiver Schaltunge
n sowie die unterschiedlichen
Möglichkeiten einen idealen Tiefpass durch eine realisierbare
Übertragungsfunktion anzunähern
,

beschreiben. Es wird
gezeigt, wie durch Transformation der Frequenzachse aus
einem Ti
efpass die übrigen Filtertypen:
Hochpass, Band
pass
und Bandsperre gebildet werden. Schließlich lernen die
Studierenden die Definition und Eigenschaften der Auto
-
korrelationsfunktion für Energie
-

und Leistungssignale kennen
und können sie für harmonische Signale und rechteckförmige
Impulse berechnet.


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Modulbezeichnung

Signals and Systems

Inhalt

Course topics


Introduction

(Workload 20 h)




Basic Terminology:



Message, Signal, Time Function, System, Excitation,
Response

Signals

(Workload 45

h)



Classification of Signals



Analysing Signals: Fourier Series



Analysing Signals: Fourier Transform



Analysing Signals: Laplace Transform



Sampling



Principle
s of Modulation

Systems

(Workload 45

h)



Classification of Systems



Evaluation of the Response of a Linear Time Invariant


System



Convolution



System function of Passive Circuits



Response of a Linear Time Invar
iant System to

H
armonic Signals



Relation between Rise Time and Bandwidth of an ideal

Lowpass
-
Filter



Systems without Distortion



Finding the Transfer Function of a System from the Pol
-

Zero
-
Distribution

Filters
(Workload 4
0 h)



Overview of different Filte
r Typs



The ideal Lowpass Filter as a starting point



Butterworth Lowpass Filter (Potenztiefpass)



Chebyshev Lowpass Filter (Typ I) und (Typ II)



Elliptic Lowpass Filter



Bessel Thomson Lowpass Filter



Aspects of Implementation



Frequency Transformation

Autocorrelation function

(
Workload 3
0 h)



ACF of Energy and Power Signals in the Time Domain



ACF of Energy and Power Signals in the Frequency Domain



Parseval’s Theorem


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Modulbezeichnung

Signals and Systems

Literatur



Ziemer, Rodger E., „Signals

and Systems: Continuous and
Discrete“,

Prentice Hall, 4
th

edition, 1998,

ISBN
-
10
013496456X,

ISBN
-
13
978
-
0134964560



Ziemer, Rodger E., „Signals and Systems: Continuous and
Discrete“, Maxwell MacMillan International,

New York, 1993,

ISBN
0
-
02
-
431641
-
5

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

Klausur (120 Minuten)




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5.
7

Modul German Language and Culture I

Modulbezeichnung

German
Language

and
Culture

I

Kürzel für Stundenplan

GLC1

Semester

5

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Lehrbeauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Dozent(in)

Lehrbeauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

ISE


(Pflichtmodul für MSOE
-
Studierende)

Lehrform / SWS

4 V mit integrierten Übungen, Gruppengröße max. 30

Arbeitsaufwand

60 h presence (class incl. exercises)

60 h preparation and evaluation after class incl. exercises

Kreditpunkte

4

Voraussetzungen

-

Lernziele / Kompetenzen


Upon successful completion of this course, the student will
have the ability



to get acquainted to talk about studies, hobbies a
nd
activities



to ask for information



to ask for and to give directions



to talk about personal activities and habits



to express personal opinions



to talk about possessions and relationships



to express negation



to express hopes



to give reasons



to talk about routines and plans



to use numbers



to express agreement and disagreement




to express obligations and abilities



to express permission and intention

Inhalt

Systematic introduction and
practise

of
grammar

structures
and words and their appli
cation in interactive exercises

Part
1
(
W
orkload 40 h)

(workload
40 h)



Subject Pronouns



The Definite Articles “der, die, das”



The Plural of Nouns



The Present Tense of Verbs



Verb
-
Subject
-

Word Order in Questions




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Modulbezeichnung

German
Language

and
Culture

I

Part
2
(

orkload 40 h)

(w
orkload 40 h
)



The Three Word Orders



The Indefinite Articles “
ein” and “eine”




kein”: The Negative Form of “ein”



The Accusative of Definite and Indefinite Articles and of
Personal Pronouns



The Expression “es gibt”

Part
3
(
W
orkload 40 h)

(w
orkload 40 h
)



Word Order



Present Tense of “wissen”



Separable


Prefix Verbs



Verbal Nouns



Cardinal Numbers



Familiar Commands



The Possessive Adjectives



Prepositions Requiring the Dative or the Accusative



The Dative and Accusative of Indefinite Articles



Modal Auxiliaries

Literatur



Werner Haas, Doris Fulda Merrifield, Gustave Bording

Mathieu, “Deutsch für Alle, Beginning College German +
Arbeitsbuch“,

Wiley & Sons, Inc
.

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

PF Portfolio




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Semester

6

6
.1 Modul
Humanities II

Modulbezeichnung

Humanities II

Kürzel für Stundenplan

Hum2

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Lehr
beauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Dozent(in)

Lehrbeauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE (Pflichtmodul)

Lehrform / SWS

3 V mit integrierten Übungen (Referaten)

1 S

(Exkursionen), Gruppengröße ca. 30

Arbeitsaufwand

65 h Präsenz (Vorlesung, Übungen und Exkursionen)

25 h
Vo
r
-
/Nachbereitung der Vorlesung und zur Vorbe
reitung
der Referate

Kreditpunkte

3

Voraussetzungen

keine

Lernziele / Kompetenzen


Upon successf
ul completion of this course, the student will
:



describe the formation and growth of the EU



examine the changing perceptions of nationality and
citizenship as Europe moves towards a mobile, ethnically
diverse society



be able to describe
impressions and
opinions of Ger
many
and Germans



be able to describe maj
or geographic, historic, politi
cal
and recreational sites in both the United States and the
Federal Republic of Germany



be able to analyse and compare major ideas in both the
Constitution of the United

States and the Basic Law of the
Federal Republic of Germany



be able to discuss similarities and differences between the
German and American federal systems



be able to describe the basic structure of government in
Germany and how power is transferred throu
gh elections



be able to discuss
the different approaches in Ger
many
and the U.S. to providing health and retirement insurance



be able to describe characteristics of contemporary
German art and culture

Inhalt

Course topics

(W
orkload: 6
-
7 h/chapter)





Germany and the European Union



Economic Issues in Germany and the European Union



The people of the European Union


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Modulbezeichnung

Humanities II



Culture and Perspective Taking on the Federal Republic of
Germany



Unifying traits in both the United States and the Federal
Republic of
Germany



German governmental System



Geography of Germany



The German worker



Government in Germany



Culture and daily life in Germany

Topics of the Presentation, e.g. (
W
orkload 15 h)



Contrastive German
-
American school system



Aspects of multicultural societies:

immigrants in the USA;
foreigners in Germany



Constitution of the USA / Basic Law of the Federal
Republic of Germany; Presidency, Congress / Bundestag



Elections and Election Campaigns



Contrastive German
-
American way of life;taboos; leisure
and
entertainment; homes and housing



Contrastive German
-
American traffic and transportation



German Beer



Berlin


capital of Germany (historical and present
situation)

Excursions

(workload 15 h)



Historical guided tour to Wismar, Schwerin with a guided
tour do
a company producing propeller drive systems



Berlin (3 days)



Geschichtswerkstatt Kücknitz (Industriegeschichte)

Literatur

Cloake, JA:
The USA 1918


1980
, Oxford University Press

Blankenship, G.; Moffit, L.:
Germany and Europe
, Goethe
Institut

Internationes

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

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6
.2 Modul
Microwaves

Modulbezeichnung

Microwaves

Kürzel für Stundenplan

MIC

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Stefan Bartels

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Stefan Bartels

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

Internationales Studium Elektrotechnik

Lehrform


3 V,
Gruppengröße ca. 30,

mit integrierten Übungen,

1 P
r
, Gruppengröße max. 12

Arbeitsaufwand

64 h

Präsenz Vorlesung incl. Übung
+ Praktikum

6
6 h Vor
-

und
Nachbereitung Vorlesung und Übung

20

h Vor
-

und Nachbereitung Praktikum

Kreditpunkte (gem. ECTS)

5

Voraussetzungen

Knowledge in Radio
Frequencies


Lernziele / Kompetenzen

The students will be able to design and analyze

systems and
subsystems for use in microwave communication. They can
apply RF design techniques in the microwave frequency
range using various specific microwave technologies such as
microstrip, wavequide or wave in dielectric. They can design
linear anten
nas as well as reflector
-

or horn
-
antennas for
various purposes. They are familiar with matching network
design using lumped or distributed elements of various
technologies.

In the laboratory they gain the ability to handle microwave
-
measurement
-
equipment

such as spectrum
-
analyzers and
scalar and vector network
-
analyzers. Two experiments are
intended to be performed as a complete little project for

t
he
students
A microvave filter`s specification is given and the
students elaborate all steps that are needed

to realize a 1st
prototype such as CAD
-
based filter
-
design, optimization,
manufacturing of the filter and finally evaluate the S
-
parameters by vector network
-
analysis.

Inhalt

Introduction (Workload 2h)

Antennas (Workload 30h)



Radiation / Plane Wave



Pol
arization



Antenna Parameters (Radiation Pattern, Directivity and
Gain, Effective Aperture, Input Impedance)



Power Transmission between Antennas



Hertzian Dipole




Radiation from Currents / Linear Antennas (General,
Dipole Antennas)


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Modulbezeichnung

Microwaves



Radiation from Apertures
(The Principle of Equivalence,

Aperture Radiator Design, Horn Antenna, Parabolic
Reflector Antenna

Wave Propagation in Different Media (Workload 25h)



Free Space / Dielectric



Waveguide, Rectangular and Circular



Microstrip



Transmission Line Representation in

Smith Chart

Components based on Transmission Lines (Workload
35h)



Free Space / Dielectric (Quarterwave Transformer,
Polarization Switches, Absorber)



Waveguide (
Quarterwave Transformer, Taper,
Inductor/Capacitor, Resonators, Directional Couplers)



Microstri
p (Quarterwave Transformers, Resonators,
Inductor/Capacitor, Planar Antenna (Patch), Quasi
-
Concentrated Elements, Directional Couplers)

Ferrite Components (Workload 10h)



Fundamentals



Faraday Isolator



Circulator

Active Microwave Components (Workload 15h)



Tu
bes (Travelling Wave Tube, Magnetron)



Semiconductors (Gunn Element, Impatt Diode,
Transistors)

Experi ments i n the Lab:



Experiment: Basic Microwave Components: (10
h)



Experiment:

Microstrip Filter Design (15h)
(includes
Introduction into CAD
-

Software)



Experiment: Network Analysis (
8h)


Electives
:



Exp.: Antenna Design and Measurement,



Exp.:

Microwave Amplifier Design and
Measurement
)

Literatur



Voges, E., Hochfrequenztechnik Bd. 2, Hüthig 2002



Roddy, D., SatelliteCommunication, MCGraw
-
Hill 2006



Pehl, E., Mikrowellentechnik, VDE
-
Verlag 2012



Meinke, Gundlach, Taschenbuch der
Hochfrequenztechnik, Springer 1992



Young, Electronic Communication Techniques,

Prentice Hall 2003

Studien
-

/ Prüfungsleistungen

Pr (Studienleistung), V (Prüfungsleistung):
Klausur (120
Minuten
)



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6
.3 Modul
Control Systems II

Modulbezeichnung


Control Systems II

Kürzel für Stundenplan

CS2

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Bayerlein

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr. Jörg Bayerlein

Sprache


Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE (Pflichtmodul) und Wahlpflicht für KIM / ESA

Lehrform / SWS

3 V

+ 1 P
r
,
with integrated exercises,
8
0 students
(V), 12
(P
r
)
per group

Arbeitsaufwand

5
2 h presence

(
36

h
l
ecture, 16 h
Lab
)

60 h
preparation and
evaluation afterwards of class


38 h
preparation and report Lab

Kreditpunkte

5

Voraussetzungen

Knowledge of "Signale und Systeme", "Messtechnik und
Sensorik", Analog

Electronics II", "
Control

Systems I"

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

The students should learn to convert a classical PIDT1 into a
digital algorithm with rectangular approach. Introduction of
Z
-
Transform Design of controllers and filters into digital
algorithms. PC
-
based identification algorithms like step
response with Lea
st square optimization, Least square
offline and online method. Introduction into
special
control
lers


I nhalt

Basi cs of di gi tal contr ol l er


Conv er s ion of PI D int o r ec ur s iv e algor it hm wit h r ec t angular
appr oac h. Choic e of s ampling t ime. Analogue des ign
inc luding s ide ef f ec t s hold bloc k, delay and s t ep dept h of a
digit al PI D. Pr ogr am ex ample.

Z
-
tr ansf or m methods


I nt r oduc t ion of Z
-
t r ans f or m. Me
t hods t o des ign f ilt er s /
c ont r oller s v ia c onv er s ion of F( p) int o F( z ). PI DT 1 wit h f r ee
s t ep dept h. Dead beat c ont r ol algor it hm

Identi f i cati on methods



Simple par amet er ex t r ac t ion met hod. St ep r e
s pons e
ident if ic at ion us ing LS
-
met hod. T wo
-
point c ont r oll
er 2PT 1
-

met hod. LS
-
met hods of f line and online.

Intr oducti on i nto speci al contr ol l ers


I nt r oduc t ion and s ome s imple ex amples of s ome s pec ial
c ont r oller s like Dead beat, Fuz z y, PFC.





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24

Modulbezeichnung


Control Systems II

Lab experiments:



Design of digital PIDT1
-

controller with a position control
system.
n
onlinear effects, comparison of P, PI, PIDT1,
PDT1, DeadBeat
,

cascaded controller, Anti
-

wind
-

Up
mechanism



Test of several digital adaptive and non adaptive
controllers using simulated p
rocesses and speed control
system



Design and test of an inverted pendulum programmed
on a PC

Literatur




Bayerlein,J.
:

Workbook control systems
,

available press FHL



Phillips, C. L.:

Feedback Control Systems
,

Prentice Hall
newest version



Ogata, K.
:

Modern Control Engineering
,


Prenti
ce Hall, newest version



Saadat; Hadi:

Computational Aids in Control Systems
Using MATLAB
,


McGrawHill, newest version

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P
r

(Studienl
eistung), V (Prüfungsleistung): Klausur (60
Minuten)





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6
.4
Modul
Principles of Communications II

Modulbezeichnun
g

Principles of Communications II

Kürzel für Stundenplan

COM II

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Horst Hellbrück

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing. Horst Hellbrück

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

Bachelor International Study of Electrical Engineering

Lehrform / SWS

Class: 4 SWS with exercises,

max. 30 Students per group

Laboratory: 1 SWS with integrated presentations held by the
students, max. 3 students per group, max 4
groups in the
lab.

Arbeitsaufwand

80h presence (64 h class incl. exercises, 16 h lab.)

4
0 h preparation and evaluation afterwards of class incl.
exercises

6
0 h preparation and evaluation afterwards for lab. plus
presentation

Kreditpunkte

6

Voraussetzungen

Principles of Communications I

Lernziele / Komp
etenzen

Students should be able to



explain the structure and functions of reference models



explain important terms in networking and understand
and explain difference between service and
protocol



based on a given application, students are able to derive
quality of service requirements for the underlying network
and design protocols to meet these requirements



students are able to design, set up and maintain a
network

Inhalt

Course Topics

R
eference Models
(W
orkload 5h)



OSI Reference Model 7 Layers, Functions and Services

LANs
(
W
orkload 50
h)



Ethernet


IEEE 802.3



Transparent Switches



Spanning Tree



Virtual LANs

Netwo
rk Layer


(workload 55
h)



T
asks of Network Layer



Addressing, Subnetting,
Fragmentation, Multiplexing



Router, Routing Protocols RIP, OSPF, BGP


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Internet Protocol IPv4 and IPv6



Multiprotocol Label Switching

Transport Layer
(
W
orkload 3
5
h)



Tasks of Transport Layers



User Datagram Protocol UDP / Transmission Control
Protocol TCP



Application Programming Interface APIs

Application Layer
(W
orkload 35
h)



Domain Name Service



File Transfer Protocol



E
-
mail Protocols



Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP



Quality of Service

Lab Experiments
:



L1: OSI Layers Service and Protocol



L2: Switch and LANs
, VLANs



L3: Router and Routing Protocols, Fragmentation, Address
Re
s
olution Protocol



L4: Transmission Control Protocol, Segments and Reliable
Transfer

Presentation: Topics to be determined individually


Literatur



Andrew S. Tanenbaum: Computer Networks,

Prentice
-
Hall



James F.

Kurose, Keith W. Ross: Computer Networking : a
Top
-
down Approach featuring the Internet,

Prentic
e
-
Hall



Jochen Schiller: Mobile Communications,

Addison
-
Wesley



G. Coulouris, J. Dollimore, T. Kindberg: Distributed
Systems: Concepts an
d Design



Silberschatz, Galvin, Gagne: Operating System Concepts,
Wiley

Studien
-
/Prüfungs
leistungen

P (Studienleistung), V (Prüfungsleistung): Klausur (120
Minuten)




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6.5 Modul
Renewable Energy

Modulbezeichnung


Renewable Energy

Kürzel für Stundenplan

Re
nEn

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing.
Carsten Lüders

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr.
-
Ing.
Carsten Lüders

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

ISE (Pflichtmodul)

Lehrform / SWS

3 V mit integrierten Übungen

1 P
r

Gruppengröße max.
12

Arbeitsaufwand

64 h Präsenz

(48 h Vorlesung und 16 h Praktikum)

62

h Vor
-
/Nachbereitung Vorlesung mit Übungsaufgaben

24

h Vor
-
/Nachbereitung Praktikum

Kreditpunkte

5

Voraussetzungen

Modul "Grundlagen Elektrotechnik 3"

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

Know
le
dge

about
the importance of renewable energy sources
and

their natural and technical energy conversion to secondary
usable energy. An estimate of their potential and profitability.

Inhalt

Lecture
:

Energy, Climate Change and Renewable
Energy Sources

(workload 5 h)



Energy supply of the future

Solar Radiation

(workload 15 h)



Radiation calculation and measurement

Solar Thermal systems

(workload 20 h)



Solar thermal water heating, Solar thermal power plants

Photovoltaic

(workload 20 h)



Solar cells, sola
r modules and solar generators, system
concepts

Wind power

(workload 20 h)



Physical and technical aspects, wind power plants, electrical
machines, system concepts

Geothermal

(workload 10

h)



Geothermal resources, power generation, heat pumps

Biomass

(work
load 10

h)



Forms, techniques for energy use, potential

Economics

(workload 10 h)



Economic calculations




KIM/ESA
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Modulbezeichnung


Renewable Energy

Practical training:



Measurement tests of a
photovoltaic sys
tem (W
orkload 12

h)



Measurement tests of a wind turbine

(
W
orkload 18

h)



Grid connection of
a wind farm (
W
orkload 10h)

Literatur



Quaschning
, V.:
Regenerative Energiesysteme

,

Hanser, 2011



Quaschning
, V.:
Erneuerbare Energien und Klimaschutz
,
Hanser, 2010



Mertens, K.:

Photovoltaik
,
Hanser, 2011




Heier
, S.:

Windkraftanlagen
, Vieweg, 2009

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P
r

(
Studienleistung
), V+P
r

(
Prüfungsleistung
)
: Klausur (120
Minuten)




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6.6

Modul
Computer Aided Design

Modulbezeichnung

Computer Aided Design

Kürzel für Stundenplan

CAD

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Prof. Dr. Klaus
Axer

Dozent(in)

Prof. Dr. Klaus Axer

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE Pflichtmodul

Lehrform / SWS

2 V, Gruppengröße max. 20, mit integrierten Übungen

2 P
r
, Gruppengröße max. 12

Arbeitsaufwand

56 h Präsenz (32 h Vorlesung, 24 h
Praktikum)

43

h Vor
-
/
Nachbereitung Vorlesung mit Übungsaufgaben

51

h Vorbereitung Praktikum und Referat

15
0 h Gesamtsumme

Kreditpunkte

(gem. ECTS)

5

Voraussetzungen

Erfolgreicher Abschluss

der Module


"Bauelemente und Analoge Elektronik I",
"Digitaltechnik",
(FH
-
Studierende)

EE
-
2901, "Digital Logic Circuits", EE
-
3111, "Electronic Devices
and Circuits" (MSOE
-
Studierende)

Lernziele / Kompetenzen

Nach erfolgreichem Abschluss d
er Vorlesung können die
Studie
renden:



die Vorteile eines
strukturierten Schaltungsentwurfs unter
Verwendung von Simulationstools wie SPICE erläutern,



zur Analyse und Beurteilung elektronischer Schaltungen
die DC
-
, AC
-

und Transient
-
Analyse verwenden,



nichtlineare Schaltungen mit Hilfe der Fourier
-
Analyse un
-
ters
uchen,



die Rauschzahl eines Verstärkers bestimmen,



die Produktionsausbeute von

Schaltungen mit toleranzbe
-
haf
teten Bauteilen vorhersagen,



analoge Schaltungen auf Systemebene simulieren,



die strukturellen Unterschiede zwischen analoger und digi
-
taler Simula
tion erläutern,



Aufbau und Gestaltung digitaler und analoger Simulations
-
modelle darlegen,



Timing
-
Probleme digitaler Schaltungen analysieren und
beheben,



Konvergenzprobleme, die beim Einsatz von SPICE auftre
-
ten, diagnostizieren und vermeiden, vorhandene e
lektro
-
nische Schaltungen mit Optimierungstools verbessern.

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30

Modulbezeichnung

Computer Aided Design

Inhalt

Vorlesung:

CA
D
-
Übersicht
(
Workload

5 h)



Vorteile und Grenzen von CAD
-
Tools bei der Entwicklung
elektronischer Schaltungen



Simulation komplexer elektronischer Schaltungen auf ver
-
schiedenen Simulations
ebenen, strukturierte Entwurfs
-
methodik (To
p
-
Dow
n
-
, Botto
m
-
U
p
-
Design)

Analoge Schaltkreissimulation mit PSpice

(
Workload

20 h)



Grundlegende Analysearten (DC
-
, Transient
-

und A
C
-
Ana
-
lyse) und Darstellung der Ergebnisse



Untersuchung
nicht
-
linearer Schaltungen mit der Tran
-
sien
t
-
Analyse (Spektrum, Klirrfaktor)



Rauschmessungen mit Hilfe der A
C
-
Analyse



Messfunktionen



Parameteranalyse



Mont
e
-
Carl
o
-
Analyse



Analoge Wors
t
-
Cas
e
-
Analyse



Simulation auf Systemebene mit ABM Modellen



Hierarchische
s Design



Modellierung analoger Bauelemente

Digitale Schaltungssimulation mit PSpice (
Workload

20 h)



Strukturelle Unterschiede zwischen analoger und digitaler
Simulation, Digitale Stimuli, Simulation einfacher digitaler
Schaltungen und Darstellung der Ergeb
nisse



Simulation gemischt analo
g/
digit aler Schalt ungen ( Analog
Digit al I nt erf ace Subcircuit s)



Modellierung digit aler Bauelement e



Digit ale Beispiele



Digit ale Wors
t
-
Case Analyse

Ur sachen und Besei ti gung von Konver genzpr obl emen
(
Wor kl oad

10

h)

Optimierung von

Schaltungseigenschaften mit CAD
-
Tools (
Workload

10 h)

Demonstration der Vo
rteile und Grenzen von Simu
-
lati
onsprogr
ammen an Beispielen (
Workload

10

h)

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Modulbezeichnung

Computer Aided Design


Laborversuche:



Präzisionsgleichrichter
(
Workload

10

h)



Entwurf aktiver Filter
(
Workload

10

h)



Simulation und Analyse eines Dual
-
Slope
-
A/D
-
Umsetzers

(
Workload

10

h)



Dynamikkompressor
(
Workload

10

h)



8
-
Bit A/D
-
Wandler nach dem Verfahren der sukzessiven
Approximation
(W
orkloa
d
10

h)



Digitale Worst
-
Case
-
Analyse
(W
orkload 10

h)



Referat (ausgewählte Theme
n, vorlesungsbegleitend)

(
Workload

15

h)

Literatur



Mildenberger
:
Elektronikaufgaben mit PSPICE
,

Vieweg Verlag



Heinemann:
PSPICE, Einführung in die Elektronik
-
simulation
,

Hanser Verlag



Dr.
Hartl
,
Elektronische Schaltungstechnik: Mit Beispielen
in PSpice
,

Pearson Verlag

Studien
-
/Prüfungsleistungen

P
r (
Studienleistung
): P, Ref;

V (Prüfungsleistung):

Mündliche
Prüfung (
30 Minuten
)
, Gew
ichtung Referat: 10 %




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6.7 Modul German Language and Culture II

Modulbezeichnung

German Language and Culture II

Kürzel für Stundenplan

GLC2

Semester

6

Modulverantwortliche(r)

Lehrbeauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Dozent(in)

Lehrbeauftragte Frau

von Bredow

Sprache

Englisch

Zuordnung zum Curriculum

KIM


ISE (Pflichtmodul für MSOE
-
Studierende)


Lehrform / SWS

4 V

mit integrierten Übungen, Gruppengröße max. 30

Arbeitsaufwand

60 h presence (class incl. exercises)

60 h preparation and evaluation after class incl. exercises

Kreditpunkte

4

Voraussetzungen

Kenntnisse des Moduls "
German Language and Culture I
"

Ler
nziele / Kompetenzen

Upon successful completio
n of this course, the student
will
have the ability



to talk about his/her family, past and present activities,
what he/she has already done in his/her life and childhood
to give reasons



to talk about future pl
ans to compare height, age and
other qualities to talk about education and experiences



to express opinions and to exchange views

Inhalt

Systematic introduction and
practise

of grammar structures
and words and their appli
cation in interactive exercises

Part 1

(W
orkload 40 h
)



Formation of the Present Perfect: Conversational Past



Reflexive Pronouns



The Past Tense: Weak and Strong Verbs, Mixed Verbs



The Past Tense of Modals

Part 2

(
W
orkload 40 h)



The Future Tense



The Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs



Rel
ative Pronouns

Part 3

(W
orkload 40 h)



Practise

of Communicative Skills

Literatur



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