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geni@l klick is a multimedia German course designed for teenagers, presenting culturallly authentic material that builds cross-cultural competency. Exercises and activities provide ample practice in all three modes of communication: the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational. geni@l klick is aligned to the U.S. standards (ACTFL and Common Core) and the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). 

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  • geni@l klick, the new edition of the popular textbook series for the secondary level, offers maximum economy, flexibility and innovation. Topics, vocabulary and grammar covered in each chapter align with the previous edition, making the transition easy for teachers moving to the new edition. The new edition features contents and exercises that have been thoroughly revised and updated.


    Concept: 

    • A multimedia German course for teenagers designed according to both the U.S. National Standards and the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
    • Clearly stated communicative goals at the beginning of each chapter make the learning process transparent for teacher and student.
    • Grammatical concepts are introduced through context and extensively practiced in various exercises that recycle and spiral the newly learned concepts for reinforcement.
    • Builds cross-cultural competency with culturally authentic material.
    • Exercises and activities provide ample practice in all three modes of communication: the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational.

     

    Structure:

    • 12 chapters with readings, audio and visual material containing up-to-date cultural information on all three of the German-speaking countries.
    • Three “plateau” sections with projects and games designed to help students consolidate their knowledge.
    • Integrated audio exercises in both the textbook and workbook.
    • Tips for studying and learning strategies (“learning how to learn”).
    • Full-page tabular summary of vocabulary, grammar and communicative tasks following each chapter.
    • Additional grammar reference section at the end of the book with tables and examples.

     

    Content:

    • Culturally authentic topics utilizing various text types, including the latest in communications technology (texting, e-mail, online exercises, internet projects, etc.).
    • Grammar and vocabulary progression paced for the aptitude level of high school students.
    • Completely new DVD featuring dramatized situations with German teenagers that engage the students and expand on the material in the text.

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geni@l klick, the new edition of the popular textbook series for the secondary level, offers maximum economy, flexibility and innovation. Topics, vocabulary and grammar covered in each chapter align with the previous edition, making the transition easy for teachers moving to the new edition. The new edition features contents and exercises that have been thoroughly revised and updated.


Concept: 

  • A multimedia German course for teenagers designed according to both the U.S. National Standards and the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
  • Clearly stated communicative goals at the beginning of each chapter make the learning process transparent for teacher and student.
  • Grammatical concepts are introduced through context and extensively practiced in various exercises that recycle and spiral the newly learned concepts for reinforcement.
  • Builds cross-cultural competency with culturally authentic material.
  • Exercises and activities provide ample practice in all three modes of communication: the interpersonal, interpretive and presentational.

 

Structure:

  • 12 chapters with readings, audio and visual material containing up-to-date cultural information on all three of the German-speaking countries.
  • Three “plateau” sections with projects and games designed to help students consolidate their knowledge.
  • Integrated audio exercises in both the textbook and workbook.
  • Tips for studying and learning strategies (“learning how to learn”).
  • Full-page tabular summary of vocabulary, grammar and communicative tasks following each chapter.
  • Additional grammar reference section at the end of the book with tables and examples.

 

Content:

  • Culturally authentic topics utilizing various text types, including the latest in communications technology (texting, e-mail, online exercises, internet projects, etc.).
  • Grammar and vocabulary progression paced for the aptitude level of high school students.
  • Completely new DVD featuring dramatized situations with German teenagers that engage the students and expand on the material in the text.