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German Beginners Term 2


Start date: 15th Jan 2020

Time: 09:15 - 11:15

Cost: £95

Day: Wednesday

Duration: 10 weeks

Tutor: Carol Whitehouse

Course code: 20SP106

This course is for:

This course aims to provide the ideal introduction to the language, covering the basic language needed in everyday situations on a visit to Germany. It is for complete beginners or those who want to refresh their basic language skills.

The course is divided in three terms and by the end of the three terms students should be able to get by in real life situations in Germany.

By the end of the course students should be able to


BBC Publication Talk German 1

This course book comes with 2 CD’s. If you are new to the course, please speak to tutor before purchasing this book, as we will be moving on to a new course book before the end of the term.

This term will cover

  1. Shopping for food; quantities, dealing with money
  2. Shopping for gifts. Understanding opening hours
  3. Booking a hotel room, checking in at reception and enquiring about facilities
  4. Transport – arrival and departure times, buying tickets and enquiring about travel details
  5. Understanding a menu, ordering a meal and expressing your appreciation

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Carol Whitehouse

Carol Whitehouse

I have taught languages for more than 30 years. After studying for a degree in German and a teaching qualification in MFL, I taught German, French and Spanish in a local secondary school, where I was Head of German and led exchange visits to Germany. After a break to bring up my family, I took up teaching languages in the primary sector and for the past 22 years I have been teaching French and German in local primary schools. Latterly, I was involved in preparing the way for the introduction of MFL to the KS2 Primary curriculum in September 2014

I welcomed the opportunity to join the team of tutors at Rossett Adult Learning. I very much enjoy teaching and passing on my love of languages, thus enabling students to broaden their horizons through contact with other countries and cultures.

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