Discover and release your inner Germanophone!
Our highly qualified and experienced, native-level teachers will guide you through your first steps into your chosen language and beyond. Speaking almost exclusively in German, your teacher will help you to quickly learn to start communicating and understanding through varied and challenging activities, designed to encourage the student to both take the lead in their own learning, with support from class mates and the teacher, and build confidence when actively using the target language.
You will find lessons to be dynamic, engaging and highly interactive.
This communicative approach actively dispenses with the more formal lecture-based learning environment typical of school and university, promoting a fun and friendly atmosphere in which students can both learn, be challenged and enjoy their study.
This final point is particularly important after a long day at work and is the key reason why so many of our students return for more!
Why learn German?
A true sense of culture and national characteristic can only really ever be discovered through time spent immersed in an unfamiliar society, and to do this, knowledge of the language is essential.
German opens up at least 12 countries and community groups to discovery, across Europe and Brazil, from Germany itself and Berlin with its full spectrum of cultural expression, to a surprisingly large group of around 3 million speakers in 9 southern communities in Brazil!
Our teachers are encouraged to expose their learners as much as possible to the many interesting ways of life, peculiarities and subtleties of other parts of the world, from interesting customs and traditions to typical food, song and dance.
They often even turn the class into a cultural activity!
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German language Courses in Central London evening or weekends, beginners to advance levels in London Waterloo Academy. Students are encouraged to practice German language in a varied option of everyday life topics. The courses focus on the 4 abilities or skills of a learner: writing, reading, listening and speaking.
Learning is set in appropriate and realistic setting.
How will you learn? The course begins with a focus on the individual. In the first class of a Beginner 1 course you will be asked to provide the teacher with a quick breakdown of your reasons for choosing German and which of the big four areas (speaking, writing, reading, listening) are most important for you. The teacher uses this information to adapt the course to suit the group.
While a course book is important for structure and to provide the student with a grounding in their progress, our teachers are also free to draw on their life and teaching experience to create new and interesting ways to guide their learners through the excitement and discovery of the language and culture.
How will you know about your progress? During the course there will be opportunities for you and your tutor to monitor your achievements through activities including questions & answers, group discussion, pair and group work, pronunciation drills, role-plays and listening and written activities.
Why London Waterloo Academy?
Lively learning environment
Practical language approach
Central London Location – Waterloo
The syllabus aims to provide useful, relevant language using up-to-date and interesting materials.
As well as encouraging participants to practise the language to help build confidence and develop fluency, the course will also focus on aspects of grammar and writing skills. The actual programme content will be determined by the level, and to some extent the interests of the group as a whole.
Do I need a book for German language course?
Yes, you will need a course book to fully participate in the lessons and take the most out of your learning. The course book is compulsory for all students.
The German language course books are listed below:
Book: Willkommen ISBN: 978-1444165159 is used by Beginner 1, Beginner 2 and Beginner 3.
Book: Schritte International 3 ISBN: 978-3190018536 used by Elementary 1, Elementary 2 and Elementary 3.
The course book is not included in the course fees. German language
We advise you to purchase your book before the start date of your course.
German language courses London
£135- Beginner 1 level 20 hours
£160 – Beginner 2 level 24 hours
£160 -Beginner 3 level 24 hours
£180 -Elementary 1 level 24 hours
£210 – Elementary 2 level 24 hours
£210 – Elementary 3 level 24 hours
£235 – Intermediate level 24 hours
Dates for April 2017:
Beginner 1 level (20 hour course):
3rd May, Wednesday classes from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Beginner 2 level (20 hour course):
25th April, Tuesday classes from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Beginner 3 level (24 hour course):
27th April, Thursday classes from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Elementary 2 level (24 hour course):
24th April, Monday classes from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location – Elizabeth House, 39 York Road, London, SE1 7NQ (2 min walk from Waterloo train station).