Willkommen! 2 German Intermediate course: Activity Book by Paul Coggle, Heiner Schenke
Willkommen! 2 Intermediate course is a brand new multi-format German adult learning programme for classroom and home use. The course includes a coursebook, activity book, CD and DVD set plus online activities.
Created in consultation with teachers and learners it's the perfect follow-up to the Willkommen! Beginner's course and takes your learning further. It can also be used as a starting point for study to review and build on existing knowledge.
This Activity Book contains hundreds of extra practice and review activities linked to the coursebook units.
The course is full of learning features to help you progress in reading, writing, listening and speaking German. It's designed for classroom use but is also suitable for home study.
-Reviews A1 and then maps from A2 to B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages
-10 learning units - plus extensive grammar sections and word glossary
-Covers the topics and functions needed for the UK AS-level examination
-Lively and contemporary themes - from food and fashion to travel, work, politics and the environment
-Comprehensive coverage of key grammar and vocabulary - for communicating in a range of common conversational settings
-Range of activities based on authentic matierals - to see everyday German in context
-Deutschland info sections - give practical and cultural insights into German life
Willkommen! 2 German Intermediate course: Activity Book - About the Author
Paul Coggle is an experienced university teacher of German, who has taught courses from beginner to postgraduate level. He was a pioneer in the development and use of multimedia language learning materials at the University of Kent, and has acted as a Language Consultant for the BBC and the University of Cambridge Language Centre. He is series editor for the Teach Yourself language courses.
Heiner Schenke was born in Hanover and is a native speaker of German. He has taught at university level for many years and is Director of the institution-wide language programme at the University of Westminster in London. He is the co-author of the Willkommen! course as well as several other self-study German books.