German-Speaking Society: Multiculturalism, Immigration and Identity for A Level German

German-Speaking Society: Multiculturalism, Immigration and Identity for A Level GermanSuitable for all boards

Students will engage with key issues such as immigration, racism and integration affecting German-speaking societies while honing all 4 skills.

9 units cover topics common to all 2016 specifications for German and follow an alternating activity structure:

  1. Reading comprehension
  2. Translation into English
  3. Research and writing
  1. Listening comprehension
  2. Translation into German
  3. Speaking

Diverse sources provide different perspectives for stimulating learning:

  • Original texts written specifically for A Level
  • Authentic listening sources from news and other outlets


  • Quick marking: answers provided
  • Flexible: use worksheets in any order
  • Targeted: focus on set skills
  • Multi-use: ideal as classwork, homework or revision

Students are challenged by new vocabulary associated with complex topics, and build their word banks as well as their knowledge base.

A variety of non-verbal and verbal activities that test skills and understanding enable them to learn effectively:

  • Comprehension questions
  • Multiple-choice questions
  • Summary questions
  • Translations and more!

On the whole, I think this is a great resource, which will stretch and challenge A Level students and provide deeper understanding of the topic of immigration and integration, which is part of the A Level curriculum. – M Davies, Teacher of German & Peer Reviewer

This resource is clearly structured and easy to use for both teachers and students. It provides extra reading and listening material for the A Level examination as well as accompanying comprehension, translation and writing/speaking tasks and a glossary of key words and phrases for some of the units. As such it constitutes a good go-to resource for the busy German teacher, but could also be used as a self-study pack by students who would like to extend their knowledge and practice their skills independently. The texts are topical and interesting, and I am particularly impressed with the sound and video files which are linked. They are very well researched and add colour and depth to a topic that can be quite challenging to teach. I particularly like the links to the websites of the German government and other relevant institutions which encourage students to research further. These could also provide a good starting point in preparing for the Independent Research Project. – E Lamb, Teacher of German (all Key Stages) & Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Price is £49
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