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Course Overview

An introductory course focusing on all aspects of German language, including speaking, hearing, reading, and writing. Students learn to discriminate and pronounce German sounds and to understand and produce contemporary spoken and written German expressions. Basic structural patterns include the nominative, dative, and accusative cases; present, perfect, and future tenses; the modals; and the imperative.

This course is designed for high-school freshman or higher.

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Prerequisite

None.

Required Materials

The following materials are required for this course:

Funk, Herman et al. Geni@l Kursbuch A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2002. ISBN 9783468475504 or 9783468967092

Keller, Susy et al. Geni@l Arbeitsbuch A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2002. ISBN 9783468967108

Castine, Joseph. Geni@l Glossary German—English A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2003. ISBN 9783126062374

Geni@l CD zum Kursbuch A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2002. ISBN 9783126062329

Geni@l CD zum Arbeitsbuch A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2002. ISBN 9783468475566

Geni@l CD-ROM A1. Berlin: Langenscheidt Publishing, 2005. ISBN 9783468475573

Students will need access to a computer with a microphone or a headset to record some assignments. Uses audio CDs played on a compatible computer. 

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