All K-12 Programs
At Klett World Languages, we believe in language programs that are diverse, inclusive and foster meaningful communication. It is our mission to bring individuals together, and to give all students the opportunity to communicate effectively and be connected with others. We work hard to create materials that follow the ACTFL Guidelines for Proficiency, include Can-Do statements, and incorporate the 5 C’s. Our digital resources focus on original and authentic content via a simple, user-friendly platform.
KLASSE! takes a thoroughly communicative and action-oriented approach. A multitude of cooperative activities are designed to help students succeed and feel good about themselves on the difficult journey of learning a foreign language. Focusing on positivity and creativity, students using KLASSE! experience consistent progress.
Made in Germany for U.S. schools, PORTFOLIO DEUTSCH NEU actively involves students in their own learning. The guiding principles in PORTFOLIO DEUTSCH NEU are accessible, engaging material for students and new robust resources for teachers.
Grammar is embedded in context, and students learn to connect structures with meaning.
Middle and High School
WIR ALLE is the new textbook for young learners that covers levels A1 through B1 and is particularly relevant for classes that have limited contact hours each week. The digital materials create a fun way for students to learn and help teachers to change things up in the classroom.
GENI@L KLICK is a multimedia German course designed for teenagers, presenting culturally authentic material that builds cross-cultural competency. Exercises and activities provide ample practice in all three modes of communication. GENI@L KLICK is aligned to the U.S. standards.
MAGNET NEU is clearly and consistently structured with units of a manageable size and spiraling repetition. Two young protagonists, Oliver and Steffi, motivate and guide learners through the course. The series emphasizes countries and cultures, and contains multiple exercises on country-specific topics.