Lecturer(s)


Šebková Milena, RNDr.

Tomiczková Světlana, RNDr. Ph.D.

Course content

The content of the course is to expand students' knowledge gained in basic mathematical objects of a number of application examples and historical notes, and in German language. Specifically, the following areas of mathematics: elementary mathematic, analytic geometry, differential calculus and integral calculus.

Learning activities and teaching methods

Interactive lecture, Students' portfolio, Skills demonstration, Textual studies
 Contact hours
 26 hours per semester
 Presentation preparation (report in a foreign language) (1015)
 15 hours per semester
 Preparation for formative assessments (220)
 15 hours per semester
 Preparation for comprehensive test (1040)
 25 hours per semester

prerequisite 

professional knowledge 

The students are expected mathematics knowledge in the range of high school and active knowledge of German language, ie the ability to communicate in that language. 
learning outcomes 

Knowledge of basic mathematical concepts and ability to communicate on basic technical issues in a foreign language  German. After completing the course, students will be able to work with specialized texts in German and prepare a short technical contribution in the German language as a seminar. 
teaching methods 

Interactive lecture 
Textual studies 
Skills demonstration 
Students' portfolio 
assessment methods 

Test 
Report 
Individual presentation at a seminar 
Recommended literature


Gellert, W. Mathematik.

Meyberg, K., Vachenauer, P. Hoehere Mathematik 1. Berlin, 2001. ISBN 3540418504.

Walter W. Analysis 1. Berlin, 1992. ISBN 3540552340.
