• This course helps beginners who are starting established courses late to cover the main points of the Logo 1 chapters. Use the guidelines to identify that you have mastered the main points of the course and are familiar with the vocabulary.
  • Class 7 German covers chapters 2, 3 and 4 of logo 1
  • Class 8 German covers chapters 4, 5 and 6 of Logo 1, and chapter 1 of Logo2.
  • The Class 9 German course develops pupils' ability to describe events in their everday lives using past and present tenses. It enables pupils to talk and write about holiday trips, describe objects in greater detail, articulate health matters, and explain interests and everyday events. This includes solving simple problems, visiting a doctor, booking train travel, and researching German celebrities. A short film-making exercise is usually involved. 
  • The Class 10 programme covers themes such as travel, food and meals, visiting others, getting around places, invitations, entertainment, festivals and what to wear. It allows pupils to assess themselves against national NCEA standard equivalents, and supports the Steiner exchange programme.
  • Class 12 German provides an NCEA level 3 course around the themes of future goals, teenager rights and responsibilities, belief systems, role models, freetime activities, environmental protection, key social issues, technology and its role today, the role of women and men in society, german film, challenges, literature and creative writing.