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German podcasts for As /A2 levels

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by pwz693ka, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. This Goethe-Institut website contains 60 podcasts in German, each ranging between 8 and 11 minutes in length. Most of them have material that is related to the various topics on the AS / A2 levels.

    http://www.goethe.de/lrn/prj/gad/fol/deindex.htm


    When you click on an episode sequence [Folgen 1-4: Essen und Ernährung] you will note a short introduction in each of the four individual windows, example, Podcast-Folge 1: Guten Appetit, and immediately below it you can click on the PDF script of that episode. Each episode has its own name or may be part of a longer story, for example, [Der Ratttenfänger von Hameln, Teil A, Teil B and Teil C]

    You can listen to the individual episodes here or download all podcasts to your computer without cost. [Directions are in the right column]

    Students could be encouraged to download them also at home and work on them. They are interesting in content and not too difficult to follow. Not only do they review essential vocabulary but also focus on grammar points as well. This is an excellent source for extra listening opportunities without putting any dent into your budget.


    Mary
     
  2. This Goethe-Institut website contains 60 podcasts in German, each ranging between 8 and 11 minutes in length. Most of them have material that is related to the various topics on the AS / A2 levels.

    http://www.goethe.de/lrn/prj/gad/fol/deindex.htm


    When you click on an episode sequence [Folgen 1-4: Essen und Ernährung] you will note a short introduction in each of the four individual windows, example, Podcast-Folge 1: Guten Appetit, and immediately below it you can click on the PDF script of that episode. Each episode has its own name or may be part of a longer story, for example, [Der Ratttenfänger von Hameln, Teil A, Teil B and Teil C]

    You can listen to the individual episodes here or download all podcasts to your computer without cost. [Directions are in the right column]

    Students could be encouraged to download them also at home and work on them. They are interesting in content and not too difficult to follow. Not only do they review essential vocabulary but also focus on grammar points as well. This is an excellent source for extra listening opportunities without putting any dent into your budget.


    Mary
     
  3. funambule

    funambule New commenter

    Thanks Mary for flagging this up; very useful.
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