German as a foreign language on the Internet
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- projects - study - science - references : on this page we would like to give an overview of the link pages and projects for "German as foreign language". Please e-mail us if you have any suggestion to expand the list. For German courses please have a look at our course program in Germany or the German courses online via Skype.
- Learn German With Fun - Learn German with a lot of fun. German vocabulary lessons, jokes and little short stories in German/English. All lessons are recorded by a native speaker.
- Daf-Netzwerk.org : European Network German as a foreign language
- deutsch-als-fremdsprache.de is an extensive service for teachers and learners from the Heinrich-Heine-Universität in Düsseldorf for teachers and learners. Subscribe to the newsletter and you will also receive regular information about new teaching German as a foreign language projects.
- For the special field of ' German as a business language / Business German the Heinrich-Heine-Universität runs the Forum Wirtschaftsdeutsch with its pages of commented links (Webligraphie). · You will find further links to the German economy, companies, institutes, organizations, consultants and media on our www.businessgerman.com pages.
- www.daf-portal.de - the Internet portal for German as a foreign language.
- www.deutschunterricht.org - lots of useful information for German classes, specially schools in the USA - comprehensive notes about learning materials
- "German with a Smile": A interesting one-stop Handbook /Course Book + complementary website for Beginners and Students who wish to revise >>> www.germanlearnteach.com
- Online-Material zum Deutschlernen - materials for students and teacher published by the Goethe-Institut - with explanations in German and English
- Lernforum Deutsch als Fremdsprache, a market place of selected information for learners and teachers of German
- Extensive material collections for " German as a foreign
language", provides by the Germanistic faculties of German
- Deutsch als Fremdsprache at the TU Dresden
- Germanistik im Internet of the Institut für Germanistik at the Uni Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Germanistik-im-Netz from the Universitätsbibliothek Johann Christian Senckenberg in Frankfurt/Main; a long list for Germanists with direct links to single German-speaking authors
- Düsseldorfer Virtuelle Bibliothek
- www.deutsch-online.com - a commercially orientated portal for German as a foreign language / German as a second language (DaF/DaZ-Portal) with materials for class and self studying, reviews, forums, current articles and many links
- Linse - Linguistics on the Internet, an extensive source for all linguists
- A good source for material with didactic help in the section: German Studies Trail on the Internet and also the German Studies Web
- Jim Becker with his Resources & Links for German
- The pages of Franz-Joseph Wehage from the Muskingum College in New Concord / Ohio with information about the German language, literature, film, didactics, studies abroad, exchange programs and much more. A similar information is available at Deutsch im Netz, www.webgerman.com and World Wide Web Sites for German
- Virtual libraries with a lot of categorized links and resources are offered by
- Didaktik im WWW of the Department of German Studies der University of Cincinnati
- The directory with external links of The kassandra project - an Internet project of the University of Adelaide about German culture and language
- german.about.com publishes regularly articles, comments and links about learning German, the German language and Germany. Advantage: The nice newsletter motivates to go ahead with your German knowledge on a regular basis ;-). Disadvantage: The Internet page comes with a lot of advertising.
- Overview of the universities with "DEUTSCH ALS FREMDSPRACHE" courses
- In the Google.de: > Germanistik > Fakultäten und Institute directory
- Information is also provided by the Internationaler Deutschlehrerverband (IDV): www.idvnetz.org and the Fachverband Deutsch als Fremdsprache (FaDaF): www.fadaf.de German teachers associations