Since there are few German courses for working adults in my area, I looked to the Internet and found some great German sites. Originally my goal was fliessand Deutsch, but I think I may settle for being able to be comfortable singing an Alexi Bexi rendition of a pop song.
Beker’s Germany – personal favorite
- Web German
- University of Michigan
- Lern Deutsch UK
- LanguageGuide.org – check out the games
- University of Newcastle – Universed
- Cal State San Marcos
- Colonel Craig – intellectual’s fav
- Pimsleur – some content, but not much
- Na Klar by McGraw Hill
- Deutschdrang – companion site for Deutsch Heute
- DeutschEd - Games, structured learning, plus is free!
- Wie Gehts German - Costly, with games designed for stimulating the autistic brain.
- BBC German - Fun course, would be better if could access BBC stream.
- Deutsche Welle - Free course with lots of listening comprehension
- Oracle ThinkQuest - Nice but verrry introductory.
- Was ist los in Hauptrausse 117 - Exercises, workbook and video
- Populearn - Great exercises, but looking for something a bit more fun
- BBC - Multimedia site, light on requiring student input
- Mission Berlin - Videos
- WebGerman Animated German Tutorials – arranged by subject
- Paul Joyce - German course with high value target games, many lifted from Quia.
- Learn German with Fun - Entertaining, but “fun” may be pushing it.
- Deutsche Welles Mission Berlin - looks 2b fun, but can I learn to converse?
- DW World DE - Deutsch lernen links and courses
- Rundblick – Open Courseware, but only first lesson is free
- Deutschekurs – textbooky but good
- UK Lernen – great games organized by subject and level
- Nancy Thuleen - Vorsprung based
- Heinle Cinage - Vorsprung
- University of Michigan - accompanied b Vorsprung and Grimm Grammer
- Crieghton University - Vorsprung based
- University of Waterloo - Vorsprung
- Waterloo Videos - Vorsprung videos
- U of Wisconsin - Vorsprung
- Unterwegs - Vorsprung related
- Uni of Newfoundland - Vorsprung
- Deutschen Grammar – Vorsprung
- Australian Kids Site – Nice games, very introductory.
- Flash Cards from U of M
- Quia - Always one of the best educational sites. German is no exception.
- Gut - Name sums it up – this site is GOOD! Fun learning games, free off-hours.
- Digital Dialects – Games that help reinforce very basic vocabulary.
- Hennings Haus – now if I could only find a link to this that works.
- Snakes and Ladders – only game is for past tense verbs, but the game is good
- Destination Death – single game, but is Dungeons and Dragons great
- TicTacToe – only game here
- Game Site – great group of games, check out Teacher Invaders
- LearnALanguage - Great games which I cannot figure out.
- DigitalDialects – basic games
- LernDeutsch - great games
- UK DeutschLernen a great alphabet game that also includes vowels
- Chico State –Great site. Now if I only knew where Chico was.
- Schubert - Best to know ein bissen Deutsch before trying this page
- Memorial University of Newfoundland - oral practice
- Deutsche Welle - Oral practice and exercises.
- Goethe Institute SF – links to games
- Grammar Exercises - somewhat interactive, and sehr gut
- Goethe-Institut A1 – Course for beginners, still a little hard.
- Goethe-Institut — Great site, a little advanced