Kaleidoskop: Kultur, Literatur, und Grammatik

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This intermediate text uses a flexible, four-skills approach to promote communication with a primary emphasis on reading.Kaleidoskop is organized into two main sections, Lektüre and Grammatik. Lektüre features 10 Themen, which present excerpts and complete texts that reflect contemporary Germany, followed by reading comprehension activities, and speaking and writing practice. Grammatik offers a comprehensive grammar review in 10 Kapitel, which recycle and integrate vocabulary used in the Themen and provide proficiency-oriented practice.

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Found this book difficult and poorly laid out. There are sections that contradict one another in the grammar section and mistakes in the answer key. Would not recommend its use as there are other options that work better for the typical student working on their foreign language skills.

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Stereotypen
23
Nach der Gleichberechtigung
41
Partnerschaft
69
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Jack Moeller is retired from Oakland University after many distinguished years of excellence in teaching. He continues to be involved in the revision process of DEUTSCH HEUTE to ensure the quality and integrity of the program.

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