Construct Meaning from Day One With Contemporary Language and Culture Since the first edition, Treffpunkt Deutsch has been carefully designed to enable students to use the language actively and successfully. Thoroughly revised and updated, the Sixth Edition encourages students to interact more intensively with the German language and to begin constructing meaning from the first day of instruction, resulting in the development of strong language-learning strategies. Teaching & Learning Experience Student-Centered, Communicative Approach - Builds students' ability to communicate in German in all modes of communication. Connect with Culture - Heavily updated culture sections encourage students to become a part of today's community of German-speaking cultures. Explore Grammar - Extensive revisions to grammar presentation and sequencing facilitate student comprehension and optimize teaching. Build Vocabulary - Updated vocabulary sections and exercises reflect new chapter content and a more contemporary focus. Develop Skills - New readings and a more central role for video strengthen the cyclical approach of the text that links skills, grammar, and vocabulary in a way that mutually reinforces all four skills. Personalize Learning - The proven success of MyLangaugeLabs will available for fall 2012 courses via MyGermanLab to accompany Treffpunkt Deutsch, 6e. Note: MyLanguageLabs does not come automatically packaged with this text. To purchase MyLanguageLabs access, please visit: www.mylanguagelabs.com or you can purchase a valuepack of the text + MyLanguageLabs 24-month access.
|Publication date:||14th February 2012|
|Author:||Margaret T. Gonglewski, Beverly Moser, Cornelius Partsch|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Language teaching & learning material & coursework,|
Margaret Gonglewski is Associate Professor of German and International Affairs at the George Washington University in Washington, DC, where she directs the German language program. She received her Ph.D. from Georgetown University. She has published articles on topics such as effective uses of technology in language teaching and learning, business language teaching methodology, and critical issues in materials selection and creation. From 2004 to 2008, she served as the first Director of the GW Language Center, initiating innovative programming as well as support and recognition for language faculty. She has been awarded several grants for developing materials to assist faculty in ...More About Margaret T. Gonglewski, Beverly Moser, Cornelius Partsch