What do the songs “Backe, backe Kuchen,” “O Tannenbaum” and “Schlaf, Kindlein, schlaf!” have in common? All three are the names of popular German language children’s songs you can use in your classroom to help your students gain a stronger grasp on the German language.
Brushing up on your German lessons? Vocabulary about food in Germany has its definite uses for any language student or anyone who is intent on traveling abroad.
Use basic German teaching aids to facilitate an immersion into the foreign language and culture that students need for a well-rounded education. Find out which offline learning tools find their equivalent online.
The English-speaking student of the German language does well to carefully study German business culture before sitting down and drafting German letters for business purposes. In addition to certain cultural idiosyncrasies, a number of phrases are a must in these communications.
Games for kids in German provide practical applications for the vocabulary and grammar drills that frequently accompany the study of the language. Kids’ games in German include those for the preschool or kindergarten classroom as well as those for the advanced speller and grammarian.
Allow students to practice names, dates, place names and the present tense in writing their letters.
These two classroom activities in German for kids will provide fun and laughter to your students, and they will have no trouble remembering their numbers and directions after this.
The German accusative case is not as difficult as it seems. Make a game of it and it becomes easy to teach and learn.
Games play a great role in helping students to retain structures. Read on to find five fun ways to teach your students word order in German sentences.
Learn the German words and expressions for using an Advent Calendar, visiting the Christmas Markets and preparing for Christmas Eve.