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Magazin Sprache

The Magazin Sprache is a source for up-to-date information on learning and teaching German as a foreign language: Practical tips and specialist articles for teachers and teacher trainers, supplemented by dossiers on key issues.

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Journal Fremdsprache Deutsch

Read practice-oriented articles about methodology and didactics. Authors from all over the world provide theoretical input on the current state of science and practical suggestions.

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German in professional situations

How specific do professional language skills need to be, how can they be acquired, and how can they be evidenced?
The dossier looks at these questions from different perspectives.

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The Future of Language Learning

Technology will make the teacher's tasks easier, make lessons more effective and interesting, and give all the people better chances to learn, understand and utilize foreign languages. Is that really true? What do we have to consider, discuss as a society or where is social governance necessary?

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​Latest GFL news

You can find new reading/listening passages here each month with exercises relating to current themes published in “Presse und Sprache”.


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How do we achieve sustainable language teaching and learning? How do the sustainability goals of Agenda 2030 reflect in language teaching and learning? And how can sustainability in teaching professions be attained?
The dossier assembles thoughts and suggestions on this vital topic.

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Language Advisory Board
Viewpoints on the Learning and Teaching of German as a Foreign Language

The “Viewpoints on the Learning and Teaching of German as a Foreign Language” issued by the Language Advisory Board are intended to provide food for thought and to provoke reflection.