The course serves to prepare the future Greek teacher at the grammar school for a career. In the master’s course, didactic and educational skills are primarily taught. In doing so, emphasis is placed on a meaningful interlinking of theory and practice. At the same time, the subject-specific skills acquired in the Bachelor’s degree are further deepened (linguistics and literature).
The teaching master’s course with subject 1 Ancient Greek is studied with subject 2, whereby the teaching-related subject combination is specified by the previous bachelor’s degree.
The modules in the table below are expanded by modules from the other subject. The educational science modules listed in the table are completed once, regardless of the core subject and the range of modules.
The structure and course of the course are regulated by the course regulations. It contains detailed descriptions of the content and qualification goals of each individual module and an exemplary course plan. The examination regulations define the type and requirements of the examination performances of the modules and the master’s examination. In the regulations, the credit points (CP) for each module or event as well as the workload in hours for the entire course are specified.
The master's thesis can be completed in the specialist field, in educational science or in the subject didactics of subject 1 or 2 and should show that the students are able to independently work on and present a research task using scientific methods. After successfully completing the study program, the university degree Master of Education (M.Ed.) is awarded.
Modules of the course
|Technical and didactic modules|
|module||Basics of planning and analyzing ancient Greek lessons|
|module||Practical school studies in the subject of Ancient Greek|
|module||Language and literature in competence-oriented ancient Greek lessons|
|module||Ancient Greek language and literature|
|module||Ancient Greek Language - Consolidation|
|module||Ancient Greek Literature - Specialization (only 2nd subject)|
|module||Learning support and motivation to learn|
|module||Learning research project|
|Elective module||Research Colloquium Ancient Greek|
To be admitted to the master’s degree in teaching, applicants must demonstrate the following requirements:
The teacher training-related subject combination from the previous Bachelor's degree must be retained. The core subject of the bachelor's degree is studied as subject 1, the modules of the bachelor's degree as subject 2.
Proof of German language skills must be provided for applicants who have completed their degree at a foreign university or equivalent institution . This can be done by passing the German language test for university admission (DSH) or by providing evidence of an equivalent level of knowledge in accordance with the regulations for the German language test for university admission of foreign applicants to the Free University of Berlin.
Graduates have in-depth scientific knowledge and advanced professional skills.
A successfully completed three-year bachelor's degree and a subsequent two-year master's degree with (up to) two-year preparatory service lead to the office of the Academic Council.
In addition to teaching at schools, graduates of Greek Philology can work in research and teaching at universities, but also in special research areas, cultural institutions such as museums with the topic of antiquity, at libraries, publishers or in the media.
In addition, the other subject can also open up further opportunities with regard to the occupational profile and career opportunities.
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