The total intermediate German course for multi-platform learning in the classroom at home.
Willkommen! 2 Intermediate course is a brand new multi-format German adult learning programme for classroom and home use. This listing is for the coursebook. Also available is a course pack, activity book, and CD and DVD set (see below for details).
Created in consultation with teachers and learners it's the perfect follow-up to the Willkommen! Beginner's course and takes your learning further. It can also be used as a starting point for study to review and build on existing knowledge.
This full-colour 190-page coursebook is the primary text for the course. Indispensable for students, it's packed with a range of learning features to help you progress in reading, writing, listening and speaking German. It's designed for classroom use but is also suitable for home study.
-Reviews A1 and then maps from A2 to B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) for languages
-10 learning units - plus extensive grammar sections and word glossary
-Covers the topics and functions needed for the UK AS-level examination
-Lively and contemporary themes - from food and fashion to travel, work, politics and the environment
-Comprehensive coverage of key grammar and vocabulary - for communicating in a range of common conversational settings
-Range of activities based on authentic materials - to see everyday German in context
-Deutschland info sections - give practical and cultural insights into German life
Activity Book (ISBN 9781444165203): for extra practice and review linked to the coursebook units.
CD and DVD Set (ISBN 9781444165234): contains all the dialgogues and listening activities included in the coursebook plus video content building on the real-life German used in the course.
Course Pack (ISBN 9781473601390): includes the Coursebook, the CD and DVD Set and a Support Book containing a key to the exercises and audio transcripts.
Heiner Schenke was born in Hanover and is a native speaker of German. He has taught at university level for many years and is Director of the institution-wide language programme at the University of Westminster in London. He is the co-author of the Willkommen! course as well as several other self-study German books.