Tamburin 1 Lehrbuch Deutsch für Kinder

Publisher: Hueber

ISBN: 9783190015771

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  • Author : Siegfried Büttner, Gabriele Kopp, Josef Alberti
  • Binding : Paperback
  • ISBN-10 : 3190015775
  • ISBN-13 : 9783190015771
  • Language : German
  • Level : Beginners
  • Market :  Ages 8-10
  • Pages : 88
  • Publisher : Hueber Verlag
  • Publishing Date : April 1996
  • Series : Tamburin
  • Size : 18.5 x 0.8 x 23.7 cm
  • Subtitle : Textbook 
  • Subject : German
  • Weight : 220 g

Children are curious, they want to be active and they learn with all their senses. This language course for elementary school addresses these requirements.
Pictures, game scenes, handicraft instructions, partner and group games, songs, rhymes and rhythmic texts lead the children to communicate as quickly as possible in a simple form.

Requirements: knowledge of the Latin script.

Target group: seven to ten year old children who are learning German at home and abroad without prior knowledge.

Learning objective: age-appropriate communication with simple means.

Discovery learning: The focus is on the students' own activity from the start. The exercises and practice games are designed in such a way that the students can do them independently in partner or group work and can sometimes also control them themselves.

The teacher takes on the role of the helper who introduces new language material or new practice techniques, but then steps back and leaves the implementation to the students.

Pictures support the course of the lesson. The colorful, imaginatively designed images have a high motivational value and are very inviting. Graphic elements help to understand the structures of the language. The topics are based on the needs and the environment of the children.

The language is authentic and age-appropriate. Simple language patterns with a wide range of transfer options help the children to use the new language on their own soon. Phonetic exercises are distributed across the volumes.

Activities: Movement, games, music, rhyme and rhythm: A diverse range of changing forms of exercise supports the children's linguistic activities.