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  • Discussion List - American Association of Teachers of German
    Exam Practice Exams Exam Administration Level 1 Administration Manual Report Testing Irregularities Computer System Requirements Level 2 3 4 Administration Manual Awards NGE Awards Presidential Honor Roll Study Trip Award Application FAQ Meet the Committee Chapter Testing Chairs 2015 NGE Results 2014 Survey Results Honor Society High School Delta Epsilon Phi Käthe Wilson Scholarship Junior High Middle School Community College College University Annual Report Form Summer Study Program Overview Apply Now Scholarships For Students For Parents For Teachers Internship Program Teaching German STEM MINT MINT STEM Summer Seminar STEM Community Group STEM Articulation Grants Advocacy Hub Teach German Campaign Career Center Kinder und Jugendliteratur Alle lernen Deutsch Learning Scenarios Teaching Resources Professional Development Annual Meeting ACTFL Convention 2016 Boston Convention 2016 Planned Sessions AATG NextGen Leaders STEM Articulation Grants AATG College Faculty Seminar AATG Summer Seminars Webinars AATG Journals Professional Development Consultants Program Overview Find a Consultant Information for Consultants Evaluate a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private Discussion List The Discussion List allows subscribers to send one e mail message to an entire list of other subscribers It is possible to sign up for instant updates or to a digest mailing Subscribe to the Discussion List Send an

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  • State Language Teaching Associations - American Association of Teachers of German
    Internship Program Teaching German STEM MINT MINT STEM Summer Seminar STEM Community Group STEM Articulation Grants Advocacy Hub Teach German Campaign Career Center Kinder und Jugendliteratur Alle lernen Deutsch Learning Scenarios Teaching Resources Professional Development Annual Meeting ACTFL Convention 2016 Boston Convention 2016 Planned Sessions AATG NextGen Leaders STEM Articulation Grants AATG College Faculty Seminar AATG Summer Seminars Webinars AATG Journals Professional Development Consultants Program Overview Find a Consultant Information for Consultants Evaluate a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private State Language Teaching Associations Build and enhance your professional support network by joining your local language teaching association Create professional relationships with local colleagues and broaden your knowledge at local conferences and other professional development opportunities Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers Alaskans for Language Acquisition Arizona Language Association Arkansas Foreign Language Teachers Association California Language Teachers Association Colorado Congress of Foreign Language Teachers Connecticut Council of Language Teachers Delaware Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Florida Foreign Language Association Foreign Language Association of Georgia Hawaii Association of Language Teachers Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture Illinois Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Indiana Foreign Language Teachers Association Iowa World Language Association Kansas World Language

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  • Learn German – K-12 - American Association of Teachers of German
    Faculty Seminar AATG Summer Seminars Webinars AATG Journals Professional Development Consultants Program Overview Find a Consultant Information for Consultants Evaluate a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private Learn German K 12 AATG Summer Study Program Are you a high school student looking for adventure in Germany this summer Live with a German family attend classes at the local Gymnasium and experience the German language and culture firsthand The 3 week program offers you the chance to immerse yourself in German culture and language this summer Find out more and apply on the AATG website Concordia Language Villages The German Language Village Waldsee offers day long weekend and 4 week adventures in German for beginning through advanced learners all in a fun motivating setting with master teachers talented counselors and participants from across the country and around the world Find more information and apply on the Concordia Language Villages website Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange Program CBYX Initiated in 1983 the Congress Bundestag Youth Exchange program was created to strengthen ties between Germany and the United States through citizen diplomacy Students spend one year in Germany in a home stay attending school and going on excursions to the parliament and local points of interest For more information and to apply visit the CBYX website Federal Service Language Academy The University of North Georgia UNG will host the sixth summer language academy for high school rising sophomores juniors and seniors in June and July 2016 The Federal Service Language Academy FSLA is a three week residential program for students interested in an immersive intensive language experience fitness and exploring international related careers with the federal government During the two three week sessions students will be immersed in intensive language instruction in First Year or Second Year German among other languages from highly qualified teachers participate in a daily fitness program receive career counseling from federal agency representatives possible agencies include the CIA DEA FBI State Department Homeland Security the Peace Corps and US Armed Forces and possibly receive high school credit for successful completion of the academy For further information visit the Federal Service Language Academy website Goethe Institut courses for children and teens Learn German while making friends from all over the world Have an enjoyable stay while experiencing the culture in the most scenic regions of Germany The Goethe Institut offers all of this in courses at every level Find

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  • Learn German – Undergraduates - American Association of Teachers of German
    Berlin Germany See More Students from all over the world attend intensive or semi intensive German language courses on up to five proficiency levels or subject courses on various class topics Most of the subject classes are hold in English but for advanced German students FUBiS offers a subject course in German FUBiS offers more than 60 classes a year Sessions run for 3 to 6 weeks and take place both in summer and winter The FUBiS program offers students many choices depending on term availability Combination of language and subject classes term II III This allows students to improve their language skills as well as further their knowledge of a subject matter Combination of two subject classes term II III which may count toward a major or minor at the home institution Intensive German language classes These classes meet every weekday and allow students to focus on and thus considerably improve their German skill term II III Participation in either one semi intensive German class or in one subject class Besides the academic program FUBiS offers a variety of extracurricular activities to explore Berlin and other German cities like Hamburg Dresden Leipzig or Potsdam Upon request FUBiS arranges appropriate off campus accommodation as an optional service subject to availability For full details please visit the FUBiS website Show Less Online German University Programs Universities now offer online courses in German for both Bachelors and Masters degrees Explore these new ways of pursuing German study via computer See More The University of Texas in Arlington is offering German 1441 1442 2313 and 2314 The courses involve web conferencing and some interaction with the instructor so it is well designed for learning the language Visit the UTA website for more information The University of Nebraska Lincoln master s program supports your growth as a professional educator by encouraging you to build on your classroom experience and further develop your German proficiency and deepen your understanding of German culture language and literature In addition you will engage in informed conversations about vital teaching and learning issues specific to German language teaching and learning with fellow German colleagues across the country Show Less Berlin Consortium for German Studies The Berlin Consortium for German Studies is administered on behalf of a consortium of six institutions but the program is open to all eligible undergraduates InterDaF e V am Herder Institut der Universitaet Leipzig Deutsch lernen in Leipzig The Universität Leipzig offers international intensive language courses and special summer and winter courses for all levels ranging from 4 6 weeks or 4 months Internships with the US State Department The U S Department of State Student Internship Program is an unpaid intensive internship The School of Language Studies helps students enhance their language learning skills as an aid in their FSI studies and as a foundation for advancing their learning while at post The program is both professionally and academically beneficial providing participants with hands on experience in a federal agency setting and insight into

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  • National German Exam General Information - American Association of Teachers of German
    administered each year to nearly 22 000 high school students in the second third and fourth level of German The Exam now in its 56th year provides individual diagnostic feedback rewards students through an extensive prize program and creates a sense of accomplishment Exam results provide a means of comparing students in all regions of the country as well as programmatic data provided to help inform curricular decisions Exam results are among the criteria used in selecting the recipients of chapter awards and the national AATG PAD Study Trip Awards a four week study trip program in Germany The 2016 Exam period for the Level 2 3 and 4 Exams will be December 1 2015 to February 1 2016 The last day to administer the exam has been extended to Thursday February 4 The Exam period for the Level 1 Exams will be April 1 to April 30 2016 Registration for the Level 1 Exam begins February 1 Note The late registration period runs from March 16 to April 15 A 30 late registration fee applies Member registration and Non Member registration The National German Exam is delivered in electronic format compatible with Windows and Apple operating systems and various internet browsers Students will need access to a computer connected to the internet in order to take the exam Headphones or earbuds are required so that students may hear the audio portion of the exam This online delivery system allows for the inclusion of video clips as source material for the exam Students will be able to pause audio and video materials and replay portions as many times as they wish within the allotted time Each Exam is comprised of 100 questions Question types include multiple choice matching and true false The Exam is comprised of two parts The listening and viewing portion is 40 minutes in length and consists of a series of short audio and video segments with a total of 50 questions and tasks The reading portion is 45 minutes in length and consists of a number of print texts including graphs and images with a total of 50 questions and tasks All materials used in the exam are from authentic resources No one method textbook or approach is given preference over any other in designing the exams The exams do reflect the principles of the World Readiness Standards for Learning Languages and their focus on developing competence to communicate effectively and interact with cultural competence to participate in multilingual communities Exam materials are selected with great care to be interesting and accessible to a large general student population They are varied in character and focus of interest While the Exam is challenging it is based on knowledge and abilities well within the reach of all students Targeted Proficiencies The Level 1 Exam measures student proficiencies in the Novice range as measured by the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines These students understand some ideas on familiar topics containing phrases simple sentences and frequently used expressions They can understand the

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  • Ordering the Exam - Non-Members - American Association of Teachers of German
    AATG NextGen Leaders STEM Articulation Grants AATG College Faculty Seminar AATG Summer Seminars Webinars AATG Journals Professional Development Consultants Program Overview Find a Consultant Information for Consultants Evaluate a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private Ordering the Exam Non Members More in this Section Ordering the Exam AATG Members National German Exam General Information National German Exam Awards National German Exam Calendar National German Exam Committee Members National German Exam FAQ Level 1 National German Exam Practice Exams System Requirements for the NGE Chapter Testing Chairs Info for Study Trip Award Winners If you are a member of AATG sign in to AATG Online and register for the exam here If you don t know your AATG Online username or need other assistance signing in please contact us via email at nge aatg org or call us M F 9 00 am to 5 00 pm EDT at 856 795 5553 and staff will be happy to help Want to become an AATG member If you wish to avoid paying the 80 00 NGE registration fee you can join AATG now Registration for the Level 1 Exams begins February 1 2016 runs through March 15 The late registration period runs from March 16 2016 to April 15 2016 A 30 late registration fee applies You are about to register for the NGE as a non member of AATG An 80 00 NGE registration fee will be added to your registration You can register your students for the Exam online in three easy steps To get started visit the registration page at www quia com 2016nge1nonmember Step One Provide Teacher School and Student Information Enter your name and email address along with school information If there is more than one German teacher at your school each teacher must complete the online registration Then enter the first and last name and grade level for each student taking the Exam You can also register students by uploading a spreadsheet saved as a csv file The first two columns must be labeled First name and Last name After uploading the csv file enter the grade level for each student Step Two Review and Confirm Registration Check the information you ve entered To make changes click Make changes at the bottom of the page To complete your registration click Submit Registration Please note After you submit your order you may still register additional students

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  • National German Exam Calendar - American Association of Teachers of German
    a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private National German Exam Calendar More in this Section 2014 National German Exam Results 2015 National German Exam Results Ordering the Exam AATG Members National German Exam General Information National German Exam Awards National German Exam Committee Members National German Exam FAQ Presidential Honor Roll Level 1 National German Exam Ordering the Exam Non Members Practice Exams 2014 National German Exam Survey System Requirements for the NGE Chapter Testing Chairs Info for Study Trip Award Winners October 1 2015 Level 2 3 and 4 Exam registration and ordering begins November 15 2015 Deadline to order Exams to be administered in December November 16 2015 Usernames and passwords sent to teachers who registered by November 15 December 1 2015 February 4 2016 Level 2 3 and 4 Exam administration period December 12 2015 Saturday School technical support December 15 2015 Deadline for regular registration December 16 2015 Usernames and passwords sent to teachers who registered by December 15 December 16 2015 Late registration for Level 2 3 and 4 Exam begins Note A 30 fee will be applied for late registration January 4 2016 Usernames and passwords sent to teachers who registered by January

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  • Level 1 National German Exam - American Association of Teachers of German
    Center Kinder und Jugendliteratur Alle lernen Deutsch Learning Scenarios Teaching Resources Professional Development Annual Meeting ACTFL Convention 2016 Boston Convention 2016 Planned Sessions AATG NextGen Leaders STEM Articulation Grants AATG College Faculty Seminar AATG Summer Seminars Webinars AATG Journals Professional Development Consultants Program Overview Find a Consultant Information for Consultants Evaluate a Session Goethe Institut Trainernetzwerk Other Conferences Calls for Proposals AP Workshops and Courses Fellowships and Grants Seminars and Courses Give AATG Endowed Scholarship Fund Friends of AATG Endowment AATG General Fund Planned Giving Hall of Recognition Store Community Search Search more Calendar 2 1 2016 3 15 2016 National German Exam Level 1 Registration 2 11 2016 2 13 2016 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages 2 15 2016 AATG Office Closed 2 15 2016 GSA Conference Proposal Deadline 2 17 2016 Level 2 3 4 National German Exam Scores Sent Featured Members Member Accolades Edit This Favorite Name Category Share Yes No Keep Private Level 1 National German Exam More in this Section 2014 National German Exam Results 2015 National German Exam Results Ordering the Exam AATG Members National German Exam General Information National German Exam Awards National German Exam Calendar National German Exam Committee Members National German Exam FAQ Presidential Honor Roll Ordering the Exam Non Members Practice Exams 2014 National German Exam Survey System Requirements for the NGE Beginning German students can earn national recognition and prizes for their achievements in German with the 2016 National German Exam for Level 1 The Level 1 Exam is similar in length and structure to the other exams but tailored to the knowledge and skills of a beginning German student Specially designed to allow German I students to show what they know the exam will be administered on a different timeline Registration for the Level 1

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