The Complete German Language

Learn to become the expert by enhancing your skills to read, write and speak the German language easily. Also, learn the cultural values and norms of the German language.

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Training Schedule

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22nd-Oct-2018 11th-Nov-2018 90 10:00AM - 1:00PM Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday,Sunday

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Description

KVCH is popular for providing the best German language course for the candidates all over the globe. In KVCH, Candidates will gain the skills and knowledge from basics to advanced level regarding the German language. KVCH offered their language course program by the expert trainers having great experience of sharing their knowledge with the candidates.

We have trainers of high-qualification who follow ethical learning solution to impart quality German language training program for candidates. We focus to provide skills to our candidates using learner-specific modern methods of teaching German. KVCH prepare their candidate as per their need and our trainer will guide candidates from the scratch to get a good hold of the German language.  

Who should take this language course?

•    Candidates who want to get knowledge of German.

•    Professionals who want to improve their language level.

Curriculum for this course

  • 1. German Beginner 1
    •     ►  This beginners course is based on the first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen A1’.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Introductions – inc. greetings, saying how you are, where you come from, where you live, what you do,
                telephone number, marital status, children, etc.
    •     ►  Professions
    •     ►  Alphabet and numbers
    •     ►  Family and friends
    •     ►  Prices and shopping
    •     ►  Telephoning, emails and texting.
    •     ►  Confirming and cancelling an appointment
    •     ►  Talking about abilities (Du kannst ja super tanzen!)
    •     ►  Asking for permission (Kann ich mal telefonieren?)
    •     ►  Making arrangements
    •     ►  Hobbies and leisure time activities – likes and dislikes (usage of gern/e)
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Basic questions statements and negatives– including questions with question words and yes/no questions
    •     ►  Verb endings (conjugation) of regular and some irregular verbs in the present tense
    •     ►  You – formal and informal
    •     ►  Basic word order – statements, questions
    •     ►  Gender and indefinite/ definite articles / possessive articles / negation
    •     ►  Pronouns (Nominative)
    •     ►  Numbers/ Alphabet
    •     ►  Singular and plural
    •     ►  Separable verbs
    •     ►  Sentence structure with separable verbs or modal verbs
    •     ►  Modal verb können
    •     ►  Accusative case
    •     ►  Core prepositons
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  You – formal and informal
    •     ►  Usage of titles (Herr and Frau)
    •     ►  Life in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Basic pronunciation rules
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. emails, texts​
  • 2. German Beginner 2
    •     ►  This beginners course is based on units 9 – 16 of the book ‘Menschen A1’, and includes some
                revision of earlier units.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.​
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Talking about food and drink.
    •     ►  Asking for information – getting around town
    •     ►  Talking about past events
    •     ►  Schedules and timetables – daily activities
    •     ►  Dates, months, seasons : talking about travel
    •     ►  Interviews
    •     ►  Asking and giving directions
    •     ►  Everyday life in a city – inc. where can you do what, where to go, transport, etc.
    •     ►  Houses and flats
    •     ►  Descriptions and opinions
    •     ►  Asking for help
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Perfekt tense
    •     ►  Adverbs of time
    •     ►  Modal verb mögen
    •     ►  Akkusativ and Genetiv pronouns
    •     ►  The dative case
    •     ►  Prepositions of place, time and modal
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction Revisiting pronunciation rules and numbers
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. a simple letter (enquiry), emails, texts, biographies
  • German Beginner 3
    •     ►  This course is based on Units 17 – 24 of ‘Menschen A1’, and includes some revision of earlier
                units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Talking about plans and wishes
    •     ►  Parts of the body : pains and ills
    •     ►  Giving advice
    •     ►  Requests and orders
    •     ►  Smalltalk – talking about people (appearance, personality)
    •     ►  Activities in the house
    •     ►  Giving explanations
    •     ►  Talking about rules – TRAFFIC, THE ENVIRONMENT, ETC.
    •     ►  Clothes : descriptions and prices
    •     ►  The Weather
    •     ►  Invitations
    •     ►  Parties and Celebrations
    •     ►  Giving congratulations
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Modal verbs woollen, sollen, dürfen, müssen
    •     ►  Imperative (Sie)
    •     ►  The Past Tense (Präteritum) : war, hatte
    •     ►  Usage of Perfekt and Präteritum in spoken and written German
    •     ►  Conjunctions (denn)
    •     ►  Konjunktiv II (würde)
    •     ►  Comparisons and Similarities​​
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Climate, weather, seasonal activities
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. text messages/short e-mails
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 4. German Elementary 1
    •     ►  This course is based on first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen A2’. According to group goals, the teacher may do more            or less than this, and may not need to cover everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Family activities and events.
    •     ►  Talking about careers
    •     ►  Family stories
    •     ►  Giving orders
    •     ►  Using and moving equipment, furniture
    •     ►  Shopping – food/drink, packaging and weights
    •     ►  Making plans together
    •     ►  Making plans together
    •     ►  Suggestions, expressing preferences
    •     ►  Opinions – travel and tourism
    •     ►  Reading brochures and displays
    •     ►  Landscapes and the natural world
    •     ►  Health, sickness, accidents : sympathy, caring, expressing hope
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Review of verbs (Präteritum, Perfekt, Imperativ, etc.)
    •     ►  Directional and temporal adverbs
    •     ►  Adjectives and the indefinite and definite articles
    •     ►  Wordbuilding (verb + -er, -ung)
    •     ►  Prepositions of movement and state
    •     ►  Time prepositions
    •     ►  Conjunctions weil, deshalb
    •     ►  Konjunktiv II : könnte, sollte
    •     ►  Subordinate clause with wenn
    •     ►  Verbs plus preposition
    •     ►  Dative-object, dative pronoun and accusative pronoun
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Travelling
    •     ►  Foreigners in Germany
    •     ►  Health and fitness
    •     ►  School and education
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 5. German Elementary 2
    •     ►  This course will be based on Units 9 – 16 of ‘Menschen A2’, and includes some revision of the
                earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Worklife
    •     ►  Eating out : restaurants
    •     ►  Ordering, asking about things, making complaints
    •     ►  Thanks and congratulations
    •     ►  Comparisons
    •     ►  Nutrition, food and drink
    •     ►  Expressing surprise and pleasure
    •     ►  Talking about language learning experiences
    •     ►  Learning tips
    •     ►  Post and telecommunications – instructions, personal letters
    •     ►  The Media, Television
    •     ►  Hotels and reservations
    •     ►  Directions and getting around
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Revisiting previous level’s grammar
    •     ►  Present passive
    •     ►  Verbs with the dative and accusative
    •     ►  Abject position
    •     ►  Indirect questions : ob, wie langwe
    •     ►  Adjectives after the “zero” article
    •     ►  Dass, wenn, als
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Place prepositions
  • 3. Cultural content:
    •     ►  Talking about leisure and travel in Germany (activities and events)
    •     ►  Friendships and relationships
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 6. German Elementary 3
    •     ►  This course will be based on Units 17 – 24 of the book ‘Menschen A2’ and includes some
                revision of the earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need             to  coverevery thing in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Planning holidays and travel
    •     ►  Booking online
    •     ►  Money and banking
    •     ►  Urging and convincing
    •     ►  Expressing hesitation
    •     ►  Events calendars
    •     ►  Expressing interest and lack of interest
    •     ►  Reports and descriptions
    •     ►  Giving explanations and reasons
    •     ►  Education and training
    •     ►  Satisfaction and dissatisfaction
    •     ►  Expression pleasure and disappointment.
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Verbs with prepositions : sich interessieren für
    •     ►  Past tense modal verbs : durfte, konnte, etc.
    •     ►  Question and prepositional adverbs : Worauf
    •     ►  Question article : welch-
    •     ►  Demonstrative pronouns
    •     ►  Lassen as auxiliary verb
    •     ►  Conjunctions : bis, seit(dem)
    •     ►  Relatives (pronouns, etc.)
    •     ►  The Past Tense (Präteritum)
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Regions of Germany
    •     ►  German speaking countries
    •     ►  Publishing and books
    •     ►  Education, training, mobility, living abroad
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. emails, reports
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 7. German Intermediate 1
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on the first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen B1’.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                 everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describing and talking about people
    •     ►  Personality traits
    •     ►  Reporting on past events : Er erledigte seine Augaben zuverlässig.
    •     ►  Talking about statistics
    •     ►  Complaints
    •     ►  Telephone strategies
    •     ►  Conjectures for the future
    •     ►  Invitations : “Fühlen Sie sich wie zu Hause!”
    •     ►  Speaking to customers
    •     ►  Talking about stance – strongly or weakly
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Adjectives as nouns
    •     ►  The -n declension
    •     ►  The Past
    •     ►  Relative pronouns and relative clauses (dative, prepositions)
    •     ►  Future I
    •     ►  The infinitive with zu
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Beliefs and superstition
    •     ►  Films, books, literature
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 8. German Intermediate 2
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on Units 9 – 16 of the book ‘Menschen B1’ and includes some
                revision of earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to                cover everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Expressing disappointment : If only
    •     ►  Everyday breakdowns
    •     ►  Everyday happy moments
    •     ►  Good and bad luck – talking about feelings.
    •     ►  Letters and emails – invitations, cancellations, commitments
    •     ►  Operational events
    •     ►  Talking about misunderstandings
    •     ►  Asking for clarification
    •     ►  Planning further development
    •     ►  Job applications and interviews
    •     ►  Youth experiences : stories and reacting to stories
    •     ►  Memories and relationships
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Comparative and Superlative
    •     ►  Past subjunctive
    •     ►  Past-of-the-past (Plusquamperfekt)
    •     ►  Nachdem, trotz
    •     ►  The Genitive
    •     ►  Cause and result conjunctions and adverbs
    •     ►  Present and past participles as adjectives
    •     ►  Two-part conjunctions
    •     ►  Nicht/nur brauchen + infinitiv + zu
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Relationships, customs and habits
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. manuals, internet forum, complaints letter
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 9. German Intermediate 3
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on Units 17 – 24 of the book ‘Menschen B1’ and includes
                some revision of earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not                    need   to covereverything in the book.​
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Art and Painting
    •     ►  Politics and Society
    •     ►  Discussions and expressing considered opinions
    •     ►  Countryside and Tourism
    •     ►  Giving presentations
    •     ►  Fielding questions
    •     ►  In the mountains
    •     ►  Booking in
    •     ►  Discussing dos and donts
    •     ►  Concerts and Events
    •     ►  History and the Past
    •     ►  Consultation, approval, indifference
    •     ►  Expression conviction
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Expressions with es
    •     ►  Two-part conjunctions
    •     ►  Indem, sodas
    •     ►  Place and time preposition-particles
    •     ►  Passive Present of modal verbs
    •     ►  Anstatt/statt/ohne dass/… zu, damit, um … zu, als ob
    •     ►  In the mountains
    •     ►  Booking in
    •     ►  Discussing dos and donts
    •     ►  Concerts and Events
    •     ►  History and the Past
    •     ►  Consultation, approval, indifference
    •     ►  Expression conviction
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  German history after 1945 and current affairs
    •     ►  Europe
    •     ►  Environment and Climate
    •     ►  The Future
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities​
  • 10. German Upper Intermediate
    •     ►  This course is based on the books ‘Ziel B2 1’ and ‘Ziel B2 2’.The course covers at least 3 evening courses, though              progress can be quicker or slower than this according to group dynamics and goals.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describe personal experiences and feelings..
    •     ►  Giving different opinions.
    •     ►  Having controversial discussions with friends and family.
    •     ►  Having everyday conversations.
    •     ►  Describing problems, discussing solutions.
    •     ►  Discuss with others and making joint plans.
    •     ►  Negotiating compromise.
    •     ►  Seeking and offering advice or help
    •     ►  Make arrangements.
    •     ►  Describing things and people.
    •     ►  Summarising and giving specific information.
    •     ►  Making presentations
    •     ►  Alltags-gespräche führen..
    •     ►  Probleme beschreiben, Lösungen erörtern
    •     ►  Gemeinsam etwas planen.
    •     ►  An formellen Diskussionen teilnehmen.
    •     ►  Kompromisse aushandeln.
    •     ►  Rat oder Hilfe suchen und anbieten.
    •     ►  Vereinbarungen treffen.
    •     ►  Etwas oder jemanden kurz vorstellen, beschreiben.
    •     ►  Spezielle Informationen zusammenfassen und geben.
    •     ►  Einen kurzen Vortrag halten.
    •     ►  Mit anderen diskutieren und gemeinsam etwas planen.    
    •     ►  Kompromisse aushandeln.
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Conjunctions (e.g. weil, dass, zwar…aber)
    •     ►  Modal adverbs (e.g. möglicherweise, vermutlich)
    •     ►  Adjectives: declinations, comparison, transformation into nouns
    •     ►  Temporal conjunctions (wenn, immer wenn, als)
    •     ►  Past tenses: Perfekt, Präteritum, Plusquamperfekt
    •     ►  Generic use of es and das
    •     ►  Indirect speech
    •     ►  Temporal prepositions and adverbs (e.g. innerhalb, zu, hinterher)
    •     ►  Final conjunctions (damit, um…zu)
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Word construction: verbs and adjectives (e.g. verkaufen – unverkäuflich)
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Social life: friendship, online dating, etc.
    •     ►  Current affairs
    •     ►  German 20th century history
    •     ►  German literature: short stories, fairy tales
    •     ►  Traditional celebrations in German-speaking countries
    •     ►  German Media and Politics​
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Speaking exercises: situational, interactive, role-play
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. stories, letters, summaries
    •     ►  Listening activities
  • 11. German Advanced
    •     ►  This course is based on the books ‘Ziel C1 1’ and ‘Ziel C1 2’. The course covers at least 3 evening courses, though              progress can be quicker or slower than this according to group dynamics and goals.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Einen Bedeutungszusammenhang erklären
    •     ►  Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten hervorheben
    •     ►  Gründe für etwas angeben
    •     ►  Etwas interkulturell beschreiben
    •     ►  Etwas anhand eines Beispiels erklären
    •     ►  Einen Begriff erläutern abwägend kontrovers argumentieren
    •     ►  Direkt kontrovers argumentieren
    •     ►  Etwas definieren über die eigene Erwartungshaltung reflektieren
    •     ►  Etwas in Bezug bringen
    •     ►  Eine Hilfeleistung einfordern / ablehnen
    •     ►  Etwas spontan gewichten
    •     ►  Etwas kurzfristig absagen
    •     ►  Auf eine kurzfristige Absage reagieren
    •     ►  Eine Beschwerde äußern / auf eine Beschwerde reagieren
    •     ►  Spontane Reaktionen – auf eine Entscheidung / auf eine schlechte Nachricht
    •     ►  Reaktionen mit unterschiedlichen Intentionen
    •     ►  Ratschläge geben
    •     ►  Toleranz formulieren
    •     ►  Auf etwas Ungewöhnliches in der Öffentlichkeit reagieren
    •     ►  Unverständnis / Gleichgültigkeit / Mitleid ausdrücken
    •     ►  Eine Statistik /Grafik beschreiben/erklären
    •     ►  Etwas kommentieren, bewerten, vorschlagen
    •     ►  Einen Cartoon interpretieren
    •     ►  Über den Inhalt eines Liedes sprechen
    •     ►  Etwas erläutern
    •     ►  Aussagen eines Autors präsentieren
    •     ►  Nicht erfüllte Erwartung zum Ausdruck bringen
    •     ►  In einer Diskussion etwas beitragen / Stellung nehmen
    •     ►  Über etwas sehr Ungewöhn liches im privaten Umfeld reden
    •     ►  Diskussion alle Redeabsichten
    •     ►  Das Wort ergreifen
    •     ►  Eine Einigung finden
    •     ►  Eine Entscheidung begründen
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Social life: friendship, online dating, etc.
    •     ►  Current affairs
    •     ►  German 20th century history
    •     ►  German literature: short stories, fairy tales
    •     ►  Traditional celebrations in German-speaking countries
    •     ►  German Media and Politics
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Speaking exercises: situational, interactive, role-play
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. stories, letters, summaries
    •     ►  Listening activities

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KVCH is popular for providing the best German language course for the candidates all over the globe. In KVCH, Candidates will gain the skills and knowledge from basics to advanced level regarding the German language. KVCH offered their language course program by the expert trainers having great experience of sharing their knowledge with the candidates.

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Who should take this language course?

•    Candidates who want to get knowledge of German.

•    Professionals who want to improve their language level.

  • 1. German Beginner 1
    •     ►  This beginners course is based on the first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen A1’.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Introductions – inc. greetings, saying how you are, where you come from, where you live, what you do,
                telephone number, marital status, children, etc.
    •     ►  Professions
    •     ►  Alphabet and numbers
    •     ►  Family and friends
    •     ►  Prices and shopping
    •     ►  Telephoning, emails and texting.
    •     ►  Confirming and cancelling an appointment
    •     ►  Talking about abilities (Du kannst ja super tanzen!)
    •     ►  Asking for permission (Kann ich mal telefonieren?)
    •     ►  Making arrangements
    •     ►  Hobbies and leisure time activities – likes and dislikes (usage of gern/e)
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Basic questions statements and negatives– including questions with question words and yes/no questions
    •     ►  Verb endings (conjugation) of regular and some irregular verbs in the present tense
    •     ►  You – formal and informal
    •     ►  Basic word order – statements, questions
    •     ►  Gender and indefinite/ definite articles / possessive articles / negation
    •     ►  Pronouns (Nominative)
    •     ►  Numbers/ Alphabet
    •     ►  Singular and plural
    •     ►  Separable verbs
    •     ►  Sentence structure with separable verbs or modal verbs
    •     ►  Modal verb können
    •     ►  Accusative case
    •     ►  Core prepositons
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  You – formal and informal
    •     ►  Usage of titles (Herr and Frau)
    •     ►  Life in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Basic pronunciation rules
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. emails, texts​
  • 2. German Beginner 2
    •     ►  This beginners course is based on units 9 – 16 of the book ‘Menschen A1’, and includes some
                revision of earlier units.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.​
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Talking about food and drink.
    •     ►  Asking for information – getting around town
    •     ►  Talking about past events
    •     ►  Schedules and timetables – daily activities
    •     ►  Dates, months, seasons : talking about travel
    •     ►  Interviews
    •     ►  Asking and giving directions
    •     ►  Everyday life in a city – inc. where can you do what, where to go, transport, etc.
    •     ►  Houses and flats
    •     ►  Descriptions and opinions
    •     ►  Asking for help
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Perfekt tense
    •     ►  Adverbs of time
    •     ►  Modal verb mögen
    •     ►  Akkusativ and Genetiv pronouns
    •     ►  The dative case
    •     ►  Prepositions of place, time and modal
  • Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction Revisiting pronunciation rules and numbers
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. a simple letter (enquiry), emails, texts, biographies
  • German Beginner 3
    •     ►  This course is based on Units 17 – 24 of ‘Menschen A1’, and includes some revision of earlier
                units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Talking about plans and wishes
    •     ►  Parts of the body : pains and ills
    •     ►  Giving advice
    •     ►  Requests and orders
    •     ►  Smalltalk – talking about people (appearance, personality)
    •     ►  Activities in the house
    •     ►  Giving explanations
    •     ►  Talking about rules – TRAFFIC, THE ENVIRONMENT, ETC.
    •     ►  Clothes : descriptions and prices
    •     ►  The Weather
    •     ►  Invitations
    •     ►  Parties and Celebrations
    •     ►  Giving congratulations
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Modal verbs woollen, sollen, dürfen, müssen
    •     ►  Imperative (Sie)
    •     ►  The Past Tense (Präteritum) : war, hatte
    •     ►  Usage of Perfekt and Präteritum in spoken and written German
    •     ►  Conjunctions (denn)
    •     ►  Konjunktiv II (würde)
    •     ►  Comparisons and Similarities​​
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Climate, weather, seasonal activities
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. text messages/short e-mails
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 4. German Elementary 1
    •     ►  This course is based on first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen A2’. According to group goals, the teacher may do more            or less than this, and may not need to cover everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Family activities and events.
    •     ►  Talking about careers
    •     ►  Family stories
    •     ►  Giving orders
    •     ►  Using and moving equipment, furniture
    •     ►  Shopping – food/drink, packaging and weights
    •     ►  Making plans together
    •     ►  Making plans together
    •     ►  Suggestions, expressing preferences
    •     ►  Opinions – travel and tourism
    •     ►  Reading brochures and displays
    •     ►  Landscapes and the natural world
    •     ►  Health, sickness, accidents : sympathy, caring, expressing hope
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Review of verbs (Präteritum, Perfekt, Imperativ, etc.)
    •     ►  Directional and temporal adverbs
    •     ►  Adjectives and the indefinite and definite articles
    •     ►  Wordbuilding (verb + -er, -ung)
    •     ►  Prepositions of movement and state
    •     ►  Time prepositions
    •     ►  Conjunctions weil, deshalb
    •     ►  Konjunktiv II : könnte, sollte
    •     ►  Subordinate clause with wenn
    •     ►  Verbs plus preposition
    •     ►  Dative-object, dative pronoun and accusative pronoun
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Travelling
    •     ►  Foreigners in Germany
    •     ►  Health and fitness
    •     ►  School and education
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 5. German Elementary 2
    •     ►  This course will be based on Units 9 – 16 of ‘Menschen A2’, and includes some revision of the
                earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Worklife
    •     ►  Eating out : restaurants
    •     ►  Ordering, asking about things, making complaints
    •     ►  Thanks and congratulations
    •     ►  Comparisons
    •     ►  Nutrition, food and drink
    •     ►  Expressing surprise and pleasure
    •     ►  Talking about language learning experiences
    •     ►  Learning tips
    •     ►  Post and telecommunications – instructions, personal letters
    •     ►  The Media, Television
    •     ►  Hotels and reservations
    •     ►  Directions and getting around
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Revisiting previous level’s grammar
    •     ►  Present passive
    •     ►  Verbs with the dative and accusative
    •     ►  Abject position
    •     ►  Indirect questions : ob, wie langwe
    •     ►  Adjectives after the “zero” article
    •     ►  Dass, wenn, als
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Place prepositions
  • 3. Cultural content:
    •     ►  Talking about leisure and travel in Germany (activities and events)
    •     ►  Friendships and relationships
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 6. German Elementary 3
    •     ►  This course will be based on Units 17 – 24 of the book ‘Menschen A2’ and includes some
                revision of the earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need             to  coverevery thing in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Planning holidays and travel
    •     ►  Booking online
    •     ►  Money and banking
    •     ►  Urging and convincing
    •     ►  Expressing hesitation
    •     ►  Events calendars
    •     ►  Expressing interest and lack of interest
    •     ►  Reports and descriptions
    •     ►  Giving explanations and reasons
    •     ►  Education and training
    •     ►  Satisfaction and dissatisfaction
    •     ►  Expression pleasure and disappointment.
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Verbs with prepositions : sich interessieren für
    •     ►  Past tense modal verbs : durfte, konnte, etc.
    •     ►  Question and prepositional adverbs : Worauf
    •     ►  Question article : welch-
    •     ►  Demonstrative pronouns
    •     ►  Lassen as auxiliary verb
    •     ►  Conjunctions : bis, seit(dem)
    •     ►  Relatives (pronouns, etc.)
    •     ►  The Past Tense (Präteritum)
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Regions of Germany
    •     ►  German speaking countries
    •     ►  Publishing and books
    •     ►  Education, training, mobility, living abroad
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. emails, reports
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 7. German Intermediate 1
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on the first 8 units of the book ‘Menschen B1’.
                According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to cover
                 everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describing and talking about people
    •     ►  Personality traits
    •     ►  Reporting on past events : Er erledigte seine Augaben zuverlässig.
    •     ►  Talking about statistics
    •     ►  Complaints
    •     ►  Telephone strategies
    •     ►  Conjectures for the future
    •     ►  Invitations : “Fühlen Sie sich wie zu Hause!”
    •     ►  Speaking to customers
    •     ►  Talking about stance – strongly or weakly
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Adjectives as nouns
    •     ►  The -n declension
    •     ►  The Past
    •     ►  Relative pronouns and relative clauses (dative, prepositions)
    •     ►  Future I
    •     ►  The infinitive with zu
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Beliefs and superstition
    •     ►  Films, books, literature
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 8. German Intermediate 2
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on Units 9 – 16 of the book ‘Menschen B1’ and includes some
                revision of earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not need to                cover everything in the book.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Expressing disappointment : If only
    •     ►  Everyday breakdowns
    •     ►  Everyday happy moments
    •     ►  Good and bad luck – talking about feelings.
    •     ►  Letters and emails – invitations, cancellations, commitments
    •     ►  Operational events
    •     ►  Talking about misunderstandings
    •     ►  Asking for clarification
    •     ►  Planning further development
    •     ►  Job applications and interviews
    •     ►  Youth experiences : stories and reacting to stories
    •     ►  Memories and relationships
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Comparative and Superlative
    •     ►  Past subjunctive
    •     ►  Past-of-the-past (Plusquamperfekt)
    •     ►  Nachdem, trotz
    •     ►  The Genitive
    •     ►  Cause and result conjunctions and adverbs
    •     ►  Present and past participles as adjectives
    •     ►  Two-part conjunctions
    •     ►  Nicht/nur brauchen + infinitiv + zu
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Relationships, customs and habits
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice e.g. manuals, internet forum, complaints letter
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities
  • 9. German Intermediate 3
    •     ►  This Intermediate course is based on Units 17 – 24 of the book ‘Menschen B1’ and includes
                some revision of earlier units.According to group goals, the teacher may do more or less than this, and may not                    need   to covereverything in the book.​
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Art and Painting
    •     ►  Politics and Society
    •     ►  Discussions and expressing considered opinions
    •     ►  Countryside and Tourism
    •     ►  Giving presentations
    •     ►  Fielding questions
    •     ►  In the mountains
    •     ►  Booking in
    •     ►  Discussing dos and donts
    •     ►  Concerts and Events
    •     ►  History and the Past
    •     ►  Consultation, approval, indifference
    •     ►  Expression conviction
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Expressions with es
    •     ►  Two-part conjunctions
    •     ►  Indem, sodas
    •     ►  Place and time preposition-particles
    •     ►  Passive Present of modal verbs
    •     ►  Anstatt/statt/ohne dass/… zu, damit, um … zu, als ob
    •     ►  In the mountains
    •     ►  Booking in
    •     ►  Discussing dos and donts
    •     ►  Concerts and Events
    •     ►  History and the Past
    •     ►  Consultation, approval, indifference
    •     ►  Expression conviction
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  German history after 1945 and current affairs
    •     ►  Europe
    •     ►  Environment and Climate
    •     ►  The Future
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Lots of speaking – inc. situational exercises & interaction
    •     ►  Writing practice
    •     ►  Plenty of listening activities​
  • 10. German Upper Intermediate
    •     ►  This course is based on the books ‘Ziel B2 1’ and ‘Ziel B2 2’.The course covers at least 3 evening courses, though              progress can be quicker or slower than this according to group dynamics and goals.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Describe personal experiences and feelings..
    •     ►  Giving different opinions.
    •     ►  Having controversial discussions with friends and family.
    •     ►  Having everyday conversations.
    •     ►  Describing problems, discussing solutions.
    •     ►  Discuss with others and making joint plans.
    •     ►  Negotiating compromise.
    •     ►  Seeking and offering advice or help
    •     ►  Make arrangements.
    •     ►  Describing things and people.
    •     ►  Summarising and giving specific information.
    •     ►  Making presentations
    •     ►  Alltags-gespräche führen..
    •     ►  Probleme beschreiben, Lösungen erörtern
    •     ►  Gemeinsam etwas planen.
    •     ►  An formellen Diskussionen teilnehmen.
    •     ►  Kompromisse aushandeln.
    •     ►  Rat oder Hilfe suchen und anbieten.
    •     ►  Vereinbarungen treffen.
    •     ►  Etwas oder jemanden kurz vorstellen, beschreiben.
    •     ►  Spezielle Informationen zusammenfassen und geben.
    •     ►  Einen kurzen Vortrag halten.
    •     ►  Mit anderen diskutieren und gemeinsam etwas planen.    
    •     ►  Kompromisse aushandeln.
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Conjunctions (e.g. weil, dass, zwar…aber)
    •     ►  Modal adverbs (e.g. möglicherweise, vermutlich)
    •     ►  Adjectives: declinations, comparison, transformation into nouns
    •     ►  Temporal conjunctions (wenn, immer wenn, als)
    •     ►  Past tenses: Perfekt, Präteritum, Plusquamperfekt
    •     ►  Generic use of es and das
    •     ►  Indirect speech
    •     ►  Temporal prepositions and adverbs (e.g. innerhalb, zu, hinterher)
    •     ►  Final conjunctions (damit, um…zu)
    •     ►  Reflexive verbs
    •     ►  Word construction: verbs and adjectives (e.g. verkaufen – unverkäuflich)
  • 3. Cultural Content:
    •     ►  Social life: friendship, online dating, etc.
    •     ►  Current affairs
    •     ►  German 20th century history
    •     ►  German literature: short stories, fairy tales
    •     ►  Traditional celebrations in German-speaking countries
    •     ►  German Media and Politics​
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Speaking exercises: situational, interactive, role-play
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. stories, letters, summaries
    •     ►  Listening activities
  • 11. German Advanced
    •     ►  This course is based on the books ‘Ziel C1 1’ and ‘Ziel C1 2’. The course covers at least 3 evening courses, though              progress can be quicker or slower than this according to group dynamics and goals.
  • 1. Topics & Vocabulary:
    •     ►  Einen Bedeutungszusammenhang erklären
    •     ►  Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten hervorheben
    •     ►  Gründe für etwas angeben
    •     ►  Etwas interkulturell beschreiben
    •     ►  Etwas anhand eines Beispiels erklären
    •     ►  Einen Begriff erläutern abwägend kontrovers argumentieren
    •     ►  Direkt kontrovers argumentieren
    •     ►  Etwas definieren über die eigene Erwartungshaltung reflektieren
    •     ►  Etwas in Bezug bringen
    •     ►  Eine Hilfeleistung einfordern / ablehnen
    •     ►  Etwas spontan gewichten
    •     ►  Etwas kurzfristig absagen
    •     ►  Auf eine kurzfristige Absage reagieren
    •     ►  Eine Beschwerde äußern / auf eine Beschwerde reagieren
    •     ►  Spontane Reaktionen – auf eine Entscheidung / auf eine schlechte Nachricht
    •     ►  Reaktionen mit unterschiedlichen Intentionen
    •     ►  Ratschläge geben
    •     ►  Toleranz formulieren
    •     ►  Auf etwas Ungewöhnliches in der Öffentlichkeit reagieren
    •     ►  Unverständnis / Gleichgültigkeit / Mitleid ausdrücken
    •     ►  Eine Statistik /Grafik beschreiben/erklären
    •     ►  Etwas kommentieren, bewerten, vorschlagen
    •     ►  Einen Cartoon interpretieren
    •     ►  Über den Inhalt eines Liedes sprechen
    •     ►  Etwas erläutern
    •     ►  Aussagen eines Autors präsentieren
    •     ►  Nicht erfüllte Erwartung zum Ausdruck bringen
    •     ►  In einer Diskussion etwas beitragen / Stellung nehmen
    •     ►  Über etwas sehr Ungewöhn liches im privaten Umfeld reden
    •     ►  Diskussion alle Redeabsichten
    •     ►  Das Wort ergreifen
    •     ►  Eine Einigung finden
    •     ►  Eine Entscheidung begründen
  • 2. Grammar:
    •     ►  Social life: friendship, online dating, etc.
    •     ►  Current affairs
    •     ►  German 20th century history
    •     ►  German literature: short stories, fairy tales
    •     ►  Traditional celebrations in German-speaking countries
    •     ►  German Media and Politics
  • 4. Skills Work:
    •     ►  Speaking exercises: situational, interactive, role-play
    •     ►  Writing practice, e.g. stories, letters, summaries
    •     ►  Listening activities

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