German 1 Tom Carty and Ilse Wuhrer Foundations German 1 is a lively, interactive introduction to German. It has been designed and written for complete beginners on a taught course, mostly likely as part of an Institution-wide Language Programme (IWLP) or similar provision in the Higher or Further Education sectors. * Designed specifically for IWLPs (including language options and electives, Languages for all, Open Learning Programmes and similar) so fits into the 20-24 week teaching year * Top team of authors with wide experience of IWLPs * A lively, creative classroom course with integrated pairwork and groupwork opportunities * Scripted and unscripted dialogues provide a diverse range of audio material * Contains a comprehensive self-study section for students for non-contact hours * Written for the non-specialist HE/FE student - filled with relevant examples for the learner and a move away from the more tourist-based approach often found in language courses * A highly illustrated and attractively laid out course from the publishers of Breakthrough
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In common with the other titles in the series, 'Foundations German 1' is informed by ongoing feedback and one of the most satisfying aspects of my experience as an author has been working closely with practitioners in university departments and language centers.From the Back Cover:
The course is specifically designed to fit the university teaching year of two semesters notionally of twelve weeks each, but often amounting to just ten weeks of teaching once allowance is made for assessment time. It assumes a maximum of two or three hours of contact per week.Courses principally intended for the adult education sector have to provide enough material for a much longer teaching year of more than thirty weeks. For universities using such courses, this means either: leaving out whole chapters (which is not good for the coherence of the teaching program and causes resentment among students at having to buy it and yet leave much of it unused) or continuing it into the next level (which causes progression problems for students entering at that point, as well as leaving you with the problem of what teaching material to use for the portion of the following year which remains once you reach the end of the coursebook).The context of the language and the situations is the international campus. Unlike in language courses catering principally for adult education, whether published in the UK or in a country where the language is spoken, there are therefore no scenarios involving, for example, visits to the doctor (students are rarely ill); food shopping scenarios (they use supermarkets most of the time, like everyone else), articles and dialogues about regional dishes or a chapter full of visits to the restaurant (they aren't yet particularly interested in the country's cuisine and can't afford to go to restaurants, which anyway are for older people!).
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Descripción 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd Revised edition. Paperback. Revised edition of this popular beginner's classroom text now including 2 CDs with each copy. Foundation Languages courses are tailor-made for Language Programmes in HE and FE, with livel.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 208 pages. 0.456. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780230284746
Descripción 2011. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. 2nd Revised edition. Paperback. Revised edition of this popular beginner's classroom text now including 2 CDs with each copy. Foundation Languages courses are tailor-made for Language Programmes in HE and F.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 208 pages. 0.456. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780230284746