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German A1.3

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Ages

Adult

Dates

Tue, Sep 1, 2020 - Dec 15, 2020

Time

6:00pm - 7:30pm CDT

Location
Instructor

Henrike B.

Capacity

15 students


Class Experience

PREREQUISITE: A1.2 or equivalent Online Placement Exam (recommended score of at least 15 pts on the Stufe 2/A1.2 exam)


Participants work in class to begin developing their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills relating to describing people’s physical appearance and clothing, work around the house, rules and laws, the weather, as well as expressing and understanding basic hypothetical and conditional statements.This course covers chapters 18 - 24 of the Menschen A1 course book.



The A1 courses are for those who are looking to learn German from the beginning in a formal setting. Students are in an immersion setting from the very first class in A1.1; all courses are conducted primarily in German. The 3 courses cover the Menschen A1 coursebook. The content covered in the class is supplemented by a workbook, which students complete independently outside of class to review and practice what's explored in class. Note that these are German-language textbooks.



Those who fully participate in and complete A1.1, A1.2, and A1.3, typically over the span of 3 semesters, will ideally be prepared for the A1 Goethe Exam, recognized globally as proof of German language ability. Read more here about the Goethe Institute and their language exams.

Notes

Please purchase the required texts for the course at least 2 weeks before the course start as shipping times are notoriously long.


REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS:
• Menschen A1 - Textbook ISBN# 9783191019013 (for classes A1.1 - A1.3)
• Menschen A1 - Workbook ISBN# 9783191119010 (homework exercises for classes A1.1 - A1.3)
Suggested textbook distributor: IBIS- International Book Import Service

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
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How To Participate

You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.

Reviews

5.0 out of 5

Based on 4 activity ratings

Steven T.

Mar 11, 2021

Loved:

The class gives me a good chance to review what I have learned on other online platforms. It also allows me to put everything together and speak to someone who can figure out what I am trying to say and provide the proper way to say it.

Improvements:

I'm not sure how to encourage the other students to attempt speaking more. I know it is difficult to do, but it gets easier once you realize you are going to make at least 2 or 3 mistakes per sentence...you might as well go for it so you can learn what you did wrong.

German A1.3
Location: Online Class | Instructor: Bradley Barr

Ana L.

Oct 28, 2020

Loved:

oral and written participation

German A1.3
Location: Online Class | Instructor: Henrike Belz

Cynthia C.

Sep 10, 2020

Loved:

Teaching style

Improvements:

Satisfied

German A1.3
Location: Online Class | Instructor: Henrike Belz

Rachel L.

Oct 30, 2019

Loved:

That the instructor is happy, speaks primarily in German, loves to answer all questions and won't stop until the student is satisfied, really loves teaching and his students.

Improvements:

Having the class multiple times a week

German A1.3
Location: German-Texan Heritage Society | Instructor: Bradley Barr

Reviews for German Free School

4.8 out of 5

Based on 67 provider ratings

Kamila K.

Jun 8, 2021

Loved:

Tutor

Improvements:

More small dialogue, more questions in German by the tutor

German A2.3
Location: Online Class | Instructor: Rolf Sieker

About German Free School

We offer German classes for all ages, including adult classes and formal classes for homeschool, private school, and other younger learners. We also serve as a Goethe Institute testing center, and our curriculum aligns with the Goethe Institut and the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages; classes prepare interested students for the Goethe German language proficiency exams, recognized globally as proof of German-language ability.