- General information
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- Learning German
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- Germany for young people
Germany for young people
- Youth work and youth policy in Germany and Europe
- Work & life in Germany
- Current topics
- September 15: International Day of Democracy
- In Focus: Cultural Education in Germany
- Environmental education/sustainability in Germany
- European Day of Languages - Perspectives on Multilingualism
- Refugees in Germany: Focus on Education
- Immigration Policy Germany
- German literature and searching for literature in Germany
The website offers learners of German free material including apps and games, vocabulary training tutorial, for different levels of language ability.
The portal was designed to assist learners of German in studying the language on their own and providing useful information about “first steps” to living in Germany, e.g. how to seek employment, how to enroll children in preschool and school. A focus is placed on practical knowledge and German language skills. Goethe-Institut intends to translate the portal into 14 languages [...]
The Deutsche Welle broadcasting service maintains this website for teachers and students of the German language. It offers a newsletter for teachers, and allows for the selection of different levels of proficiency (as well as the choice of the learner`s first language). Furthermore, German language audio and video news can be accessed.
The German broadcasting house Deutsche Welle offers a website for newly arrived young people, particularly refugees, who need to learn about Germany and the German language. The multimedia site offers access to audiofiles for learning German, information about preparing for work, 'Germany for beginners', and a German language section for (voluntary) support workers.
The web portal offers Internet-based courses to foreign students, researchers and managers who wish to learn German and stay in Germany. The courses include preparing for studies or basic professional skills, information on German culture, and are accessible in various languages.
The German Academic Exchange Service offers international students information on how and why to learn German, German language tests and required German language proficiency for taking up a university course in Germany.
The website ´´TestDaf´´ offers information on the language certificate ´´DaF´´ (German as a foreign language). The site as such is available in German only, but a shortoverview of the test and different levels is available in English and other languages.
Alumniportal Deutschland offers service focusing on foreign learners of German, including a pool of words, placement test, resources for learning German online, a group for registered users.
The BBC website on learning German provides you with learning resources, including audio and video material, for learning German, its focus lies on the practical use (basic grammar, holiday phrases).
The Open University offers free access to many of its course materials, including language learning courses. This German language course is accessible free of charge, and a statement of participation can be issued on request.
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