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Van Handle, Donna C. – Unterrichtspraxis, 1984
Describes a computer software program developed as part of an intensive elementary German course that emphasizes vocabulary development and provides a comprehensive review of the grammatical concepts stressed in the accompanying textbook. Suggests that computer assisted instruction be used in a supplementary capacity to reinforce what is learned…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, German, Grammar, Intensive Language Courses
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Pabisch, Peter; Peters, George – Unterrichtspraxis, 1976
German weekends in New Mexico are designed to expose high school and college students to German language and culture and to increase language skills and interest in German. Seminars, discussion groups, films, singing, dancing and meetings, all conducted in German, are part of the program. Organization and costs are discussed. (CHK)
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, German, Higher Education, Intensive Language Courses
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Frank, Ted E. – Unterrichtspraxis, 1973
Describes an intensive German course developed at the University of Texas at Arlington. (RS)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, German, Instructional Innovation, Intensive Language Courses
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Crocker, Renate – Unterrichtspraxis, 1973
Describes a week of special German studies implemented at Del Valle High School, Walnut Creek, California. (RS)
Descriptors: Conversational Language Courses, Folk Culture, German, High Schools
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Diller, Edward; Markert, Axel – Unterrichtspraxis, 1983
Describes a program which combines two years of college German into one and which culminates in five weeks of intensive study in Germany. Discusses the logistics of the program, along with student and faculty response and recommendations. (EKN)
Descriptors: German, Higher Education, Intensive Language Courses, Language Proficiency
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Nahrgang, W. Lee – Unterrichtspraxis, 1982
Describes intensive German courses at North Texas State University and gives suggestions for publicity, screening, testing, transfer to traditional course sequence, providing special help, and maintaining a positive student attitude. Positive results strengthen belief that an effective intensive program corresponding to requirements and abilities…
Descriptors: German, Higher Education, Intensive Language Courses, Program Design