1. Question Mark Perception
Now it's over to you! We will end each chapter with exercises designed to test skills learned over the course of the chapter. The vast majority of our exercises are carried out using online assessment material designed on Question Mark Perception software. Our exercises and sessions are administered by the LaTiS Centre at Exeter University.
Log in using your name and password, and select Chapter 11 from the menu. Note that after each completed screen has been assessed a new block of questions will descend until seven different exercises have been answered. And bear in mind that your scores will be recorded! Click on the button below to access the exercises:
The online testing centre Quia allows us to use Java exercises such as flashcards, memory games and hangman as a means of aiding vocabulary-building and grammar practice. Internet scavenger hunts mean that you can surf sites offering background information on Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and answers questions of our choosing. Click on the buttons below to access the Quia exercises which we have devised for you for this chapter:
3. Hot Potatoes
We have designed a different kind of software using the Hot Potatoes software. This can range from jumbled word and sentence exercises to short quizzes and quizzes. It is the former type of questions which we wish you to try for Chapter 11. Click on the button below to get started.
4. Web-based exercises
To discover more about Germany's cities and regions (Länder), click on the button below to go on a Quia scavenger hunt, searching through Web sites to find out more about Germany area by area:
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