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Handbuch Zur Deutschen…

Handbuch Zur Deutschen Grammatik(Arbeitsheift)

by Jamie Rankin

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This intermediate, modular approach to German grammar serves as both handbook and reference and practice manual. The 30 chapters are organized so that instructors can teach sequentially or take a modular approach as each chapter is a self-contained unit and can be used in any order. The streamlined chapter organization facilitates work in the classroom, presenting new information followed by oral and written practice as follows: Grammatik (grammar), Wortschatz (vocabulary), Ubungen (self and small group practice), Anwendung (in-class group activities), Schriftliche Themen (writing skills), and Zusammenfassung (a new summary section).The text follows the new Rechtschreibreform rules.Zusammenfassung includes an at a glance presentation in color-coded, illustrated form.… (more)



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