NEW! Oral Preparation
To help pupils prepare for GCSE, AS and A Level Oral Exams teachers at Dulwich College have put together over 100 short (3min) topic-based video clips giving tips and advice, and they've kindly put them all online.
Excellent for independent study or as a quick classroom activity!
Learning German grammar is often perceived to be very difficult. The University of Kent has been developing an interactive online German grammar - Shortcuts in German Grammar - to show how easy it can be! This open ended project provides access to simple explanations, a terminological glossary and a set of exercises. Click on the link to take part in the project or to use the online module!
Learning Vocabulary is key to getting to grips with German, and there are now a number of online tools to make this easier for students:
The Goethe-Institut offers a vocabulary trainer app.
On the Study Stack website, you can test yourself on existing sets of virtual flashcards and even build your own set – particularly useful for testing yourself on words you’ve recently learnt.
Anki is open-source (i.e. free) software for vocabulary learning, that comes highly recommended by Oxford undergraduates.