German textbook resources
Textbooks and supplementary materials are currently available in the FLIC or available for purchase from the University Bookstore.
Introductory German = 110, 120, 130
Deutsch:_Na klar! -
5th edition & 6th edition
View the publisher's online resource site for this German
textbook to study for your exams using chapter reviews, quizzes, cultural
activities, and more! Deutsch: Na klar! teaches students how to use German in real-life situations effectively and how to communicate successfully in the German language
Intermediate German = 210, 211
Hansjörg Martin, Kein Schnaps für Tamara, EMC 1966
The mystery begins on the train ride home, Obuch finds a dead woman’s body. Obuch knows he's seen her before but can't remember where.
Christine Nöstlinger, Die Ilse ist weg, Langenscheidt 1991
A short novel, written by Christine Nöstlinger, a leading Austrian writer of stories for children and young people. Ilse has disappeared. . .
Intermediate German (German 310)
Kimberly Sparks * Van Horn Vail, German in Review, Wiley 2003, 2004
- Web site with answer keys
- A list of Strong & Irregular Verbs
- The new orthography. Both the text and classroom manual includes a brief, understandable overview, or the language changes that went into affect in 1998.
- Adaptability. German in Review can be used in a number of ways; as a main text, as a supplement, or as an everyday reference.