GERMAN online K-12

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GERMAN online K-12 learners hold a significant role in the realm of education

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We offer a wide range of classes online for K-12 learners

Their responsibilities differ slightly from those of faculty members who instruct adult learners or higher education students due to factors such as the age of the students, their level of self-reliance, and the desired learning outcomes.


The primary task of online faculty members is to design and implement lessons aligned with the curriculum guidelines while ensuring that the content remains captivating and comprehensible for young learners. To achieve this, they utilize a variety of strategies and tools such as multimedia resources, educational software, and interactive activities across different subject areas.


Moreover, they evaluate students’ comprehension through online quizzes, tests, and assignments. Additionally, they offer feedback to both students and their parents, providing insights into the student’s progress and suggesting areas for improvement.


Interaction with students occurs through video calls, discussion boards, and email, where teachers assist them in grasping the course material, addressing their queries, and guiding them throughout their educational journey. They may also organize virtual office hours or one-on-one sessions to provide individualized support to the students.


Considering the age of the students, teachers in the K-12 context often engage in communication with parents or guardians. These interactions may involve discussing the student’s progress, behavioral concerns, or any other issues that impact their learning experience. The language courses offered cover all proficiency levels according to the Common European Framework (CEFR), ranging from A1 (beginner) to C1 (advanced), making them suitable for children, youth, and adult learners alike.


Furthermore, our programs and instructors possess the flexibility to adapt their teaching styles and approaches, tailoring the programs to effectively meet the needs of children and teenagers. Alongside language education, the curriculum also incorporates German culture and traditions, both traditional and contemporary, thereby providing students with a modern perspective on German-speaking countries. The German online school program aims to foster the development of the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with the ultimate objective of nurturing communicative competence and ensuring adequate literacy.


Elementary Language Use Basic A1.1 German:


This introductory German course offers an enjoyable and interactive experience for students who are being exposed to the German language for the first time. Each week’s content is based on an online course with 35 sections, providing instructions in both English and German. All worksheets will be provided before each class. While the course primarily focuses on vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar, speaking and writing, and listening to children’s songs, the lessons cover various topics such as family, hobbies, school, city, and transportation. Students engage in language learning in a relaxed and rewarding environment, becoming familiar with the sounds and rhythms of German. They will learn around 200+ vocabulary words, start reading and writing simple sentences, including postcards and small letters, and develop their speaking and listening skills to understand the meaning in German. Additionally, they will gain awareness of the unique customs and products of Germany. The course aligns with national standards set by DaF and ZFA through the “Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen.”


Basic A1.2 German:


In their second year of learning German, students continue their language-learning adventure with this course. The weekly content is based on a study book that initially focuses on German grammar. Instructions are provided in both English and German. While the course primarily emphasizes vocabulary acquisition, basic grammar principles are intuitively grasped through worksheets, stories, games, activities, and assessments. Culture lessons are presented through online videos and pictures, exploring the cultural aspects of major German-speaking areas such as Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Students engage in language learning within a relaxed and rewarding environment, becoming comfortable with the sounds and rhythms of German. They expand their listening and reading comprehension, learn more than 400 vocabulary words, and improve their ability to read, write, speak, and listen in German with meaning. Furthermore, they gain an understanding of the distinct practices and products of various German-speaking countries. The course aligns with national standards set by DaF and ZFA through the “Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen.”


Intermediate A2 German:


Designed for Middle School students, this highly interactive and engaging German course introduces students to the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Instructions are provided solely in German. Extensive use of authentic materials and opportunities to apply language in common situations helps motivate students and build their confidence in learning. Through a diverse range of multimedia activities and exercises, students are introduced to vocabulary themes, German grammar concepts, and sentence structure. They participate in simple conversations and respond to basic prompts. The course actively engages students in their learning process. It also includes an introduction to German-speaking countries, as well as their history, food, and literature, to foster cultural awareness and appreciation. Guided learning and explicit instruction are utilized in this course to effectively acquire language proficiency. The course aligns with national standards set by DaF and ZFA through the “Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen.”


Advanced A2/B1 German:


This course is designed as the second level of A2, advancing towards B1 proficiency. It offers a highly interactive and engaging learning experience, with instructions provided exclusively in German. The course is structured around the four essential language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Students are exposed to a wide range of authentic materials and given ample opportunities to apply the language in diverse real-life situations, which not only motivates them but also boosts their confidence in learning. Through a variety of multimedia activities and exercises, students are introduced to new vocabulary themes, grammar concepts, and sentence structures. They learn how to effectively present topics using multimedia tools or pin walls, engage in meaningful conversations, and express their opinions on various subjects. Students actively participate in their learning journey through homework assignments and frequent assessments, allowing them to monitor their progress. The course also includes an exploration of German-speaking countries, their history, food, and literature, fostering cultural awareness and appreciation. Guided learning and explicit instruction are employed as effective methods for acquiring language proficiency. The course aligns with national standards established by DaF and ZFA, adhering to the “Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen” framework.


Independent Language Use Advanced B1/B2 German:


This highly interactive and engaging German course is designed as an introductory course for students in grades 9-12. It is structured around the four key language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Through the extensive use of authentic materials and practical applications in common situations, students are motivated and their learning confidence is strengthened. The course offers a diverse range of multimedia activities and exercises to introduce vocabulary themes, expand knowledge of key vocabulary topics, and deepen understanding of grammar concepts. Students begin to fully comprehend listening and reading passages, enabling them to express themselves more meaningfully in both writing and speaking. Each unit focuses on a new vocabulary theme and grammar concept, emphasizing reading and listening comprehension, multimedia cultural presentations, and interactive activities. Students learn how to effectively present a topic using multimedia tools or pin walls. They actively engage in their learning through homework assignments and develop skills in understanding common vocabulary terms and phrases, using a wide range of grammar patterns, participating in conversations, and responding appropriately to conversational prompts. They also analyze and compare cultural practices, products, and perspectives of various German-speaking countries, engage with news materials, and undergo frequent assessments to monitor their language progression. The course aligns with national standards set by DaF and ZFA through the “Gemeinsamen Europäischen Referenzrahmen.”


Advanced Placement (AP) Course Assistance for AP German Language and Culture:


This German course provides support for students in their Advanced Placement (AP) studies. It enables students to expand their cognitive, analytical, and communicative skills through various activities, including cultural practices, practice exams, grammar explanations, and vocabulary reviews.


Online Teaching:

  • Greater Learner Autonomy:
  • Students take charge of their learning.
  • Students need to take the initiative to solve problems.
  • Clear instructions are provided by the teacher.
  • Interesting materials are provided.
  • Students complete assignments.

Effective Teaching Methods:

  • The course utilizes effective teaching methods.
  • A conducive learning environment is provided.
  • Course materials will be distributed, and assignments will be given directly

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