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Let's Play! Young Learner German Immersion Course Level 1
Young learners will develop a foundation in German through immersion in the language. This immersion-style class focuses on vocabulary building and short sentences. Now smaller class sizes!
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17 reviews for this class
Completed by 41 learners
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learners per class
$10 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 7 weeks
25 minutes per class
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This class takes an immersion approach to gradually introduce students to the German language. The instructor will speak exclusively in German and encourage students to reply to questions and/or repeat phrases. Context, pictures, and body language will be used to demonstrate the meaning of words and phrases to students. It may be helpful to try explaining the class to your little one a bit before it starts so they know they should be looking for meaning in the words rather than just...
This class is taught in German.
- Build German vocabulary - Learn to form short, simple sentences in German - Learn to talk about familiar things in German
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Tips for a Successful Class: 1. Teach your child to mute and unmute (if possible). This way, they can participate independently. 2. Supervise your child, especially if they can't seem to stay in front of the screen. There is nothing I can do to bring them back!! 3. Keep the surroundings quiet and free of side conversations. If the child's surroundings are quiet, you can leave them unmuted. If there is disruptive background noise, I may be forced to mute them. 4. Allow them to bring a toy (if it won't be unreasonably distracting). Talking about the toy in German can be a great icebreaker!
Carlie SitzmanExperienced Language Teacher and German/English Translator
169 total reviews
124 completed classes
Guten Tag and welcome to my page. I am excited to practice language with you! Having lived in both Germany and the United States, I am bilingual in German and English. As a German-English translator, ESL teacher, and German teacher, I have spent...