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German club by non-specialist

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by avalonfr, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Dear Joe
    HELP! Am starting a German club for beginners and, as a French (specialist) teacher, need some advice/ideas for resources - books, websites, etc. Pupils are KS2/KS3 ages. Can anyone help, please?
     
  2. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Dear Joe
    HELP! Am starting a German club for beginners and, as a French (specialist) teacher, need some advice/ideas for resources - books, websites, etc. Pupils are KS2/KS3 ages. Can anyone help, please?
     
  3. I love Logo! (by Heinemann)

    Also, try www.klar.co.uk - but think now one has to subscribe.
    Zut is another good website and also linguascope has beginner stuff on it too.

    Hope that helps.
    :)
     
  4. Sorry - forgot - another website is www.atantot.com - it has KS2 and KS3 etc and songs and things and abc and 123 etc.
     
  5. BrightonEarly

    BrightonEarly Occasional commenter

  6. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    I like www.ukgermanconnection.org as it's got lots of German cultural knowledge and simple German.
     
  7. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Thank you, everyone, for your helpful ideas for resources.
    V sorry I didn't reply sooner!

     
  8. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Very many thanks for this site -really useful. Good of you to share :)
     

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