German intensive course A1a with theatre methods offers you a unique opportunity to learn German with methods used in the world of theatre and acting. This course covers all skills required in A1a level, so you can switch to “regular” classes afterwards. However, instead of learning by heart you will be learning German by “doing” ...
German language course in Berlin - Learn German
The German language courses held at the Sprachenatelier range from intensive courses from beginners (A1) to advanced (C2.) All courses take place in small groups with an average of eight students and a maximum of fourteen participants in each class. Students can also choose to opt for private lessons with one-on-one teaching.
Sprachenatelier Berlin also offers evening courses on a bi-weekly basis for those who are unable to join us for daytime classes.
Our teaching staff are DaF qualified ( German as a foreign language) and are university educated. Lessons are interactive and make use of digital media to facilitate learning.
All of our classes follow an immersive learning style of teaching and the teaching language is German, even at beginners level. Students are not required to have any prior knowledge of a foreign language in order to take a class. Although our nearly all of our teachers are able to speak English, German and/ or another foreign language, lessons are held exclusively in German.
Sprachenatelier also offers preparation for all German examinations, as for example Zertifikat Deutsch (ZD), Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung (ZMP) and TestDaF/DSH. This instruction is given both in the regular intensive courses as well as in specific exam-preparation courses.
As every learning group is different, a variety of teaching methods are used in our German courses and are adjusted according to the needs of each group and each student.
At Sprachenatelier, we believe languages should be taught with an emphasis on communication. German courses at Sprachenatelier cover all elements of language learning - grammar, vocabulary, listening comprehension, and speaking - even at beginner level.
Learning a new language also means gaining access to a new culture. Therefore, in our German courses, students learn not only the German language but also the German culture. History, politics, literature, film, and art are included in the Sprachenatelier German course curriculum.
Regardless of whether you live in the area of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, Lichtenberg or Neukölln, our school is central and easy to access in the heart of the Berlin-Friedrichshain area.