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GROW (German Resources on the Web)
Bildung & BerufEinkaufenEssen & Trinken
Familie & FreundeFernsehen & RadioFeste & Feiern
Film & TheaterGeschichteKinder-Websites
Handel & WirtschaftKunst & MuseenLiteratur
List of German LinksMode & KleidungMultikulti
MusikNachschlagewerkePolitik
Reisen & UrlaubSport & FitnessSprache
Städte & LänderTechnologie
UmweltVerbändeVerkehr
WetterWissenschaft & TechnikWohnen
Die Presse  

Grammatik-AdjektiveGrammatik-FälleGrammatik-Fragewörter
Grammatik-ImperativeGrammatik-InfinitivsätzeGrammatik-Konjunktiv
Grammatik-KonjunktionenGrammatik-LinklistsGrammatik-Modalverben
Grammatik-PassivGrammatik-PräpositionenGrammatik-Pronomen
Grammatik-ReflexivverbenGrammatik-Verben
Grammatik-VerneinungGrammatik-Wortstellung 


Guide to GROW Listings

Web Resources: Lists the "best of the best.” Sites chosen for their overall usefulness for German teaching at all levels. Categories based on topics commonly addressed in German textbooks. Stable sites that contain minimal or no advertising are preferred.

Web Activities: Topic-oriented. Learners use external web sites to complete. Simple design and online submission preferred. Web activities are coded for: general topic, level, and options for submission. Printing out the activity as a worksheet is always an option and is not listed unless it is the only option.

Level is determined by difficulty of vocabulary and structures. Every attempt is made to be accurate according to the following rubric: e.g., 1 = first year secondary, first semester postsecondary, 2 = second year secondary, second semester post-secondary, etc.

Web Exercises: Grammar, vocabulary, or topic oriented. Self-contained (use no external web sites to complete). Simple design, self-correcting exercises preferred. Web exercises are coded for: general topic, level, and correction option. Printing out the exercise as a worksheet is always an option and is not listed unless it is the only option.

Level is determined by difficulty of vocabulary and structures. Every attempt is made to be accurate according to the following rubric: e.g., 1 = first year secondary, first semester post-secondary, 2 = second year secondary, second semester post-secondary, etc.

Standards-based Thematic Units: Topic-oriented units, must include references to and integration of the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century and suggestions for teaching. May include lesson plans, student worksheets, exercises, etc. Simple design preferred.
Level is determined by difficulty of vocabulary, structures and tasks. Every attempt is made to be accurate according to the following rubric: e.g., 1 = first year secondary, first semester post-secondary, 2 = second year secondary, second semester post-secondary, etc.

Project: Topic-oriented units, may include lesson plans, student worksheets, exercises, etc. No explicit reference to the Standards for Foreign Language Learning in the 21st Century required. Simple design preferred.

Level is determined by difficulty of vocabulary, structures and tasks. Every attempt is made to be accurate according to the following rubric: e.g., 1 = first year secondary, first semester postsecondary, 2 = second year secondary, second semester post-secondary, etc.

Online Course: No-cost online German courses.



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