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NEW: Portfolio Deutsch Level 2

Portfolio Deutsch Level 2-Workbook

Textbook Series for Second Year German (A2)

Workbook

ISBN: 978-3-12-605235-1
Author: Paul Rusch
214g, 281x210x5mm
300dpi cover
The topics with vocabulary and structures from Portfolio Deutsch 1 are reinforced and spiraled in Portfolio Deutsch 2 via the development of more independent language use. All instructions and explanations in English. Available as print and interactive online texts.
  • level: A2
  • suitable for: High School, Middle School

Portfolio Deutsch Level 2

Textbook

ISBN: 978-3-12-605234-4
Available
$ 64.95

3 Audio-CDs

ISBN: 978-3-12-606350-0
previous ISBN: 978-3-468-96615-6
Available
$ 49.95

Teachers Manual

ISBN: 978-3-12-606349-4
previous ISBN: 978-3-468-96614-9
Available
For teachers only. To order, please call 1-800-458-1226.
$ 79.95

Portfolio Deutsch Level 2 3 Audio-CDs

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The textbook is subdivided into two sections:

  • "Classwork" introduces the topics, vocabulary and grammatical structures in the context of the given chapter.  The material is practiced in individual, paired and group exercises with various audio components. 
  • In the "My Portfolio" section the material in the "Classwork" section is mirrored with additional practice to reinforce the material.  The exercises are correlated to the Language Portfolios which help the students make the connection between effort and achievement.

The topics with vocabulary and structures from Portfolio Deutsch 1 are spiraled and expanded in Portfolio Deutsch 2 via the development of more independent language use.

Topics include:

  • Preferences (vacations)
  • Expressing doubt (about an event in the past)
  • Asking for clarification (language)
  • Problems and advice (parents)
  • Making excuses (arriving late)
  • Describing people (celebrities)
  • Expressing opinions (clothing and styles)
  • Expressing feelings (friendship)
  • Reacting to an invitation (celebrations)
  • Describing favorite things (money, monthly allowance)
  • Expressing wishes (my room)
  • Giving directions (my city, my town)
  • Expressing feelings (nature)
  • Writing a story (weather)
  • Criticizing others (appearance and changes)
  • Speaking about the past (media then and now)
  • Expressing aspirations (career)