Anton takes a skiing trip with his new friends from Berlin. They travel to Salzburg, Austria, where Anton is from originally . On the platform in Salzburg station he has a pleasant surprise. Or has he? Anton is not really sure. On the other hand he is very happy to see his older brother and his father again. Then, his friend Heidi has a fall and is unable to ski anymore. Maybe now would be a good time to have a long talk...
- 56 pages of text
- written in present tense
- gradually raises the level of German throughout the book
- contains a glossary German-English
- contains comprehension questions and discussion questions
- setting: Salzburg (Austria)
Information for teachers
The language in this book is simple and natural. Therefore it is well suited to learners who are on their way to level A2. Separable verbs are underlined to facilitate understanding. The themes are consistent with every day life of a teenager, so this is a nice book to read or be read in class. Furthermore, the text contains information about Salzburg and about some of the differences of Austrian German versus German German.
The book includes a questions section at the end with questions per chapter. There are comprehension questions about the text followed by questions related to one's own life and personal experiences.
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