Classes:

Down below, you can see a glimpse into the curriculum designed for each level. 

K-5th 

Flexible Schedule! 

Your students will develop their German language skills in a live communication setting with certified German teachers from across the USA. The lessons are organized in a fun but efficient way. Each session will last 25 minutes so that the student does not lose focus and can better acquire and retain what they have learned. The most important teaching tool is a virtual classroom, which makes teaching an exciting task!

Payment method may vary by instructor

6-8th

Flexible Schedule! 

Students will meet weekly with their German teacher, who will deliver an interactive lesson tailored to their interests and German learning goals. The lessons will operate under a unit structure. Each unit includes practice with all four communicative modes while introducing new vocabulary and grammar to your student’s learning. Each unit mainly consists of 4 lessons, and every 4th lesson will revisit the material of the topic. Furthermore, students will undergo a performance and reflection exercise to gauge their progress.

Payment method may vary by instructor

9-12th

Online Self Paced

Our certified German educators will deliver live or self-paced lessons based on your student’s language acquisition needs and goals. The learning format is flexible and can be designed by you and your student. Students will be taught using units, which include practice with all four communicative modes while introducing new vocabulary and grammar into your student’s learning. Each unit consists of 4 lessons, and every 4th lesson will revisit the material of the topic. Furthermore, students will undergo a performance and reflection exercise to gauge their progress.

Payment method may vary by instructor.

K-5th Unit 1- Me, Myself and I
K-5th Unit 2 - My Family
6-8th Unit 1: I am Me

Lesson 1: What makes me, Me

(We learn how our community circles shape our personal perceptions of ourselves.) – Discuss relationships at home and at school

6-8th Unit 2: Home is where the heart is

Lesson 2: The more, the merrier

(We will learn what it takes to build community and how to accomplish it.)

9-12th Unit 1: My Family

Lesson 2: You’ve got my back!

(We will research the dynamics between various family types and how they support each other.)

9-12th Unit 2: Living for the City

Lesson 1: A seat at the table to eat

(food deserts, food at school, food alone and with communities)

Postsecondary

1st and 2nd year students, pursing postsecondary education, will have more individualized and tailored lessons based on their needs.

What is an Essential Question (EQ)?

For students K-12th, each unit is structured with an essential question. An essential question is designed to introduce a new topic by invoking deeper thinking and sparking a conversation.