Reach for A* - German Grammar Podcasts for A Level
From the author of the successful Bridging the Gap resource comes a brand new set of 11 podcasts, explaining A Level grammar in a simple, accessible manner that your students will love. Ideal for classroom use, self-study, homework or revision – learn and practise anytime and anywhere!
It seemed to me that the author was standing in from of the board, pen in hand, talking to the students, ready for questions and giving lots of advice and examples, in a similar way that you would do it yourself
- Clear, original and often humorous explanations devised by an experienced teacher and based on years of experience (100 minutes of listening material)
- Accompanying worksheets for each chapter with full answers to consolidate knowledge and practise
- Students can go through the material as often as they wish and always at their own pace
- Includes full transcripts for every podcast to cater for visual and auditory learners
All advanced grammar structures are covered and illustrated with plenty of examples of modern German usage, ensuring that your students are well prepared for their exams.
Plus! 'Tips for A Level Ticks' – prepares students even for the trickiest of exam questions
What do teachers say about this resource? (6162)
Exactly what I have been looking for! An excellent resource for either self-study or for teachers to use to aid the teaching of the grammatical concepts for AS/A2 level. I really like the explanations of grammar points which are followed up with differentiated worksheets with a range of activities.
The clear grammatical explanations and wealth of sound examples are useful and informative and the occasional warnings about potential confusions help learners to avoid pitfalls. A useful and user-friendly resource.
I think this is a useful resource. It's clearly written in a style and language readily understandable by y12/13 students. There are lots of examples to help clarify grammar points and the practice exercises with answers are also very helpful. It seemed to me that the author was standing in from of the board, pen in hand, talking to the students, ready for questions and giving lots of advice and examples, in a similar way that you would do it yourself.