German Resources 

The goal of our organization is to preserve German culture and traditions and language.

Info on German Classes

When speaking a new language, what matters most is your attitude — not your accuracy 

https://ideas.ted.com/when-speaking-a-new-language-what-matters-most-is-your-attitude-not-your-accuracy/?fbclid=IwAR1eOgsuUrhhKXuis4CuVcLo1avJTngcLfrhKyCqnURbtI08XYqG8gx2oOA

 

Beginner German Course Part 3 Mondays December 12 - February 13, 2022
(no lessons late December, early January=6 weeks)
Mondays  6:30 -8:00 (no lesson 11/7=6 weeks)

This six-week interactive course is a continuation of our previous course for complete beginners. Part 2 is geared towards adult learners with very basic knowledge of the German language and includes all components of language learning:
* Speaking
* Listening
* Reading
* Writing
* Grammar (e.g. tricks on navigating the German articles, word order and the reassurance that you, too, can get a handle on the German grammar system)
* and, maybe most importantly, games and fun

 

Where: Ventilated indoor classroom (masks optional)

Cost: Sliding scale of $150 - $175

For more information, a brief informal assessment or to sign up, send a message to course instructor Ute, a native speaker and linguis:  831germanbythesea@gmail.com

 

German course: Geführte Konversation für Fortgeschrittene

 November 16 -December 21

German conversation course for advanced learners.

 

When: Wednesdays 6:30 - 8:00 pm / 10/12 - 11/16 (6 weeks)

Where: Ventilated indoor classroom (masks optional)

Cost: Sliding scale of $150 - $175

This six-week interactive course is geared towards adult learners with advanced knowledge of the German language and focuses on guided conversation including instructor feedback on vocabulary, idiomatic expressions, and individualized grammar instruction. As always, games and fun as well as optional weekly home activities will be integral parts of our time together.

Continuing courses may become available upon request.


 

Duolingo

Free online German lessons for all levels. Popular mobile app.

https://www.duolingo.com/

Guide to help beginners learn to speak German

https://www.studying-in-germany.org/learn-german/

Learn German by Podcast

For students and teachers of German as a foreign language. A new and comprehensive approach to one of Europe’s major languages. From the producers of Learn French by Podcast.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/01-are-you-german/id439843599?i=1000094286259

 

Coffee Break German

Learn a language on your coffee break

Free podcasts 

https://coffeebreaklanguages.com/coffeebreakgerman/

YouTube Videos

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwX3o6xqc_JikhQqxerW6gSr-Sc-af9UI

Jojo Sucht Das Glück

Soap Opera with lessons for intermediate learners. 

Deutsche Welle https://learngerman.dw.com/de/jojo-sucht-das-gl%C3%BCck-/c-53437698

Here is a list of some popular YouTube channels for learning and improving German language skills.  They each have their own approach and materials, but all in all cover the material in an easy-to-follow, progressive, comprehensive, and appealing way.

Most of these have extensive additional resources such as transcripts, worksheets, forums, etc. on their websites

Slow German - lerne Deutsch mit Annik! - YouTube

Andrea Thionville - YouTube

 

Hallo Deutschschule - YouTube

 

Learn German - YouTube

 

Learn German with Herr Antrim - YouTube