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Getting German up to speed

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by mflgal, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. Although my degree subject (a good number of years ago!) was German, for most of my teaching career I have taught French Ks3-5. I've done a bit of GCSE German (with good results) and have guided pupils who where near native speakers of German through the asessment process at A level, but I've never had to teach "proper" classes at KS5 before. Any bright suggestions as to how I could get myself up to speed before September? I feel quite rusty and want to do what I can to serve the students well.

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