Deutsch: Na klar! An Introductory German Course (Student Edition)

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McGraw-Hill Education, Jan 9, 2007 - Foreign Language Study - 560 pages
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This versatile and colorful program for introductory German courses motivates students through its outstanding integration and use of authentic materials to illustrate vocabulary in context, communicative functions of grammatical structures, and cultural points. A fully revised text-specific website (www.mhhe.com/dnk5) offers a wide variety of interactive activities, language practice and cultural activities. The ample activities and exercises, the easy-to-follow chapter structure, and the wonderful array of multimedia supplements make Deutsch: Na klar! a favorite among students and instructors.

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Monica D. Clyde is a native of Düsseldorf. She received her Ph.D. in German literature from the University of California at Berkeley. She has taught German language and literature at Mills College, Cañada College, the Defense Language Institute, and the College of San Mateo. She was Director of Faculty Development and Scholarship at Saint Mary's College of California until her retirement in 2003. She coauthored Texte und Kontexte and was contributor to Mosaik: Deutsch Kultur und Luteratur, Third Edition, both intermediate college-level German textbooks.

Jacqueline Vansant received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. She has taught at Hamilton College and Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and currently teaches at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where she also heads the German section of the Department of Humanities. Her particular interest in language pedagogy lies in reading and reading strategies. She has written widely on contemporary Austrian literature and culture, served as coeditor of Modern Austrian Literature from 2000-05, and is presently working on a book entitled Austria: Made in Hollywood.

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