Books

Textbooks for Adult Classes

Books Beginners A1.1

Netzwerk neu A1.1 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Chapters 1-6)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Beginners A1.2

Netzwerk neu A1.2 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Ch. 7-12)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Elementary A2.1

Netzwerk neu A2.1 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Ch. 1-6)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Elementary A2.2

Netzwerk neu A2.2 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Ch. 7-12)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Intermediate B1.1

Netzwerk neu B1.1 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Ch. 1-6)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Intermediate B1.2

Netzwerk neu B1.2 (Combined Half Edition)

Print Text and Workbook (Ch. 7-12)
Publisher: ‎Ernst Klett Sprachen GmbH, Germany

Books Intermediate B2

Sicher! B2.2

Print Text and Workbook (Combined Half Edition)

Publisher: Hueber Verlag, Germany

Books Advanced C1/C2

Sicher! C1.2

Print Text and Workbook (Combined Half Edition)

Publisher: Hueber Verlag, Germany

German Conversation Classes

There are no textbooks for these courses.  The instructor will furnish topics for discussion, mostly by email, prior to each class.

Textbooks for Children’s Classes

Children’s class (Ages 8-12) 

Paul, Lisa und Co A1.1 Kursbuch

Paul, Lisa und Co A1.1 Arbeitsbuch

Heritage Speakers Group A

Dabei! A2.1 Kursbuch 

Dabei! A2.1 Arbeitsbuch 

Heritage Speaker Group B

Dabei! B1.1 Kursbuch

Dabei! B1.1 Arbeitsbuch

Please Note

We have books available for purchase and books can be picked up in person on the first day of class (if participating online only please reach out to director@stv-germanlanguageschool.org to make alternative arrangements for book delivery). 

Our texts and our course materials adhere to the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Proficiency Guidelines as well as to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and prepare students for an internationally recognized proficiency examination, which is available to take at the Goethe-Institut in San Francisco several times each year.