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As a German beginner, you will be able to get started so that you are not afraid to exchange a few words with a German speaking person, get a grip of German pronunciation so you can understand the German when they speak to you, and be understood by them. This level is designed to get you confidence as you set out on your German learning journey.
Intermediate German is designed for learners who have achieved basic proﬁciency and wish to progress to more complex language (B1/2 Common European Framework of Reference [CEFR]). The course presents a broad range of grammatical topics, illustrated by examples which serve as models for varied exercises that follow. These exercises enable the student to master the relevant grammar points.
KS2 National Curriculum
Students of KS2 German will enjoy interactive and engaging lessons, suitable for complete beginners to the language or those with existing knowledge. Activities focus on fluency of spoken German, with lively conversations in each lesson. Students expand their German vocabulary, and develop their understanding of German verbs and grammar, enabling them to begin reading and writing short passages. Students are also introduced to aspects of German culture.
KS3 National Curriculum
Learning a German at KS3 foreign is a wonderful way to encounter and understand another culture. Our course is structured to support and enable students to express their ideas and thoughts in another language and to understand and respond to its speakers, both in speech and in writing. We provide opportunities for students to communicate for practical purposes, learn new ways of thinking and read great literature in the original language. This course provides the foundation for learning further languages or German at a higher level. It promotes an understanding and appreciation of foreign cultures.
The IGCSE in German (9-1) allows students to develop their ability to communicate with German native speakers in both speech and writing. They will study across a variety of contexts relevant to their age and interests and will also develop a greater awareness of culture of German-speaking communities and countries. Students will need to develop their vocabulary and use their knowledge and understanding of German grammar progressively through their course of study. This can be a 1- or 2-year course.
AS/A Level Courses
The AS and A level qualifications are designed to be appealing and engaging to students, while preparing them for future study and work. An inspiring and culturally relevant course has been developed, based on feedback from teachers, students, subject associations, academics, and advisors. The qualification has a clear structure, which will enable students to develop advanced level, transferable language alongside a deeper appreciation of the culture of Germany and other German-speaking countries. There is an emphasis on promoting understanding of grammar in order to allow spontaneous, creative use of language to suit different purposes. There is clear progression from AS to A level. There is clear progression from AS to A level over 1 or 2 years, but these are separate qualifications.