Cineplex : German Language and Culture Through Film

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Cineplex: Intermediate German Language and Culture Through Film is a communicative textbook for second-year German-language courses that uses engaging, authentic cultural materials: feature films from Germany. Each of the ten chapters inCineplex focuses on a contemporary, critically-acclaimed film—on highly motivationally topics ranging from the West-German student movement to the German Democratic Republic to Turkish-German migrants to the Holocaust—that appeals to the needs of intermediate learners and their understanding of German-speaking culture. Designed for today’s student,Cineplex is more than just a textbook—it is a space in which students can ‘meet’ the people of Germany through the big screen and experience German language and culture as it is performed in context. Features: • Vorbereitung und Hintergrund sections provide pre-viewing exercises that prepare students for a positive and effective viewing experience • Scene studies allow students to deal closely with the film through didacticized clips with pre- and post-viewing activities • Film-derived grammar exercises provides students with a thorough and traditional intermediate grammar trajectory while learning key grammar in context • Readings relate thematically to the film, ranging from poems and excerpts from literary prose to speeches and magazine articles • Ten appealing films are easily available (for links to purchase, visit • A companion website with an auto-correcting workbook, links to film resources, and more is available on Focus Online Courseware ( more

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  • Paperback | 457 pages
  • 203.2 x 251.46 x 25.4mm | 1,111.3g
  • Focus Publishing/R Pullins & Co
  • MA, United States
  • English, German
  • Bilingual edition
  • Bilingual
  • 1585104094
  • 9781585104093
  • 1,305,813