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An Introduction to the ILI German Department

 The ILI German Department was established in 1995 in partnership with Carl Duisberg Society in Germany, and is one of the pioneering institutes teaching the German language in Iran.

The ILI German Department for adults offers various courses from A1 to C1 levels. All the courses are in compliance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (GER).    

Educational Levels

Educational levels in the ILI German Department are comprised of 14 educational terms as follows:

Basic Level A

GA1

A1

GA2

GA3

GA4

A2

GA5

GA6

Intermediate Level B

GA 7

B1

GA 8

GA 9

MA 1

B1+

MA 2

MA 3

B2

MA 4

MA 5

Advanced Level C

MA6

C1

MA7

MA8

                               

 


Types of Educational Courses

The courses offered include regular, special, intensive, and also crash courses.

 

Regular Courses

Regular courses are held 2 days a week (4 hours per week) a week. Each term lasts 2.5 months, equal to 42 hours.

 

Special Courses

Special courses are held 1 day a week (4 hours per week). Each term lasts 2.5 months equal to 42 hours.

 

Intensive Courses

Intensive courses are held two days a week (8 hours a week, 4 hours a day). Each term lasts 2.5 months equal to 84 hours.

Crash Courses

Crash courses have been designed for A1, A2, B1 and B2 levels, and are held three days a week (12 hours a week). In each term, three levels are covered.

A1 (GA1 – GA3)                                  A2 (GA4 – GA6)

B1 (GA7 – GA9)                                 B2 (MA3 – MA5)

 

Preparation Courses for International Exams

Preparation course for the A1 international exam, held as a crash course in 10 hours.

Preparation course for the B1 international exam, held as a crash course in 10 hours.

Preparation course for the B2 international exam, held as a crash course in 10 hours.

 

Placement

Applicants with backgrounds in learning the German language can take a placement test to evaluate their knowledge of the German language. The placement test includes a written exam plus an oral interview based on various levels. Since listening and writing skills are not included in this test, it merely provides an approximate estimate of learners' capabilities.

 

Class Size

Basic level classes consist of 7 to 18 learners, and this number is reduced to 4 to 14 learners at Intermediate and Advanced levels. Semi-private classes consist of at least 3 students.

 

Registration

Applicants must be at the age of 14 or more and need to start their education either based on the placement test they take or from the first level, i.e. GA1. Applicants must visit ILI branches to receive the registration form, and those willing to take the placement test must take the test on the date specified by ILI branches and finalize their registration after receiving the results. The rest of the applicants will be complete their registration on the dates specified.

 

Evaluation

Progressive evaluation of class activities (60%) + Final exam (40%) = Final Grade

At the end each level, language learners take a written exam comprising of 40 multiple-choice questions (including 10 reading comprehension questions, 10 listening comprehension questions, 20 grammar and vocabulary questions) plus a writing task. The pass mark is the minimum of 70 out of 100. Learners at GA6,