"Wie Geht's?" prepares students to become confident German speakers by using authentic linguistic structures with functional vocabulary, while fostering cultural awareness to successfully prepare students to continue their study of German.
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With an emphasis on culture, this introductory program shows how the German language works. Reading selections and exercises help develop the five skills.About the Author:
Dieter Sevin, a native of Germany, is Professor of German at Vanderbilt University. He has gone back to Europe regularly to travel, do research, and take part in an exchange program with the University in Regensburg. He has received grants from organizations such as the American Philosophical Association, American Council of Learned Societies, German Academic Exchange Service, and the Vanderbilt Research Council. He is the author of several academic books on exile literature and East German literature; he also has written numerous articles in professional journals and is a frequent speaker at professional meetings.
Ingrid Sevin, a native of Germany, has been teaching German and French at the high school and college level in the United States and in Germany for more than ten years. From 1987 to 2002, she was the editor of the German audio-magazine Schau ins Land. She has also co-authored a German conversation text.
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