Table of Contents
- What are the advantages of our online German courses?
- What are the differences between online and offline German lessons?
- The model of the online German course from Germancube.ch
- This is what distinguishes Germancube from other online German learning programs
- Further supporting tips & apps for online German lessons
- Tips & tricks for learning German online in class
- Why Germancube is the perfect choice for learning German online
We’re sure you’ve already researched a school offering and wondered what the advantages of an online course are over on-site classes, what the differences are, and which model suits you best.
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of all the options for learning German online. In this article, you’ll find an overview of all the advantages and differences between an on-site and online German course. We also give you practical tips & tricks as well as tools for digital lessons.
What are the advantages of our online German courses?
Online courses are the trend. Because learning from the comfort of your own home is a great opportunity to further your education, especially for learners from more remote locations or with an otherwise already busy schedule.
Taking German classes online gives you the following advantages:
- Great time savings: no need to travel back and forth from your school location.
- Spatial flexibility – you can learn from anywhere
- Varied lessons through interactive exercises
What are the differences between online and offline German lessons?
We have created a simple comparison table for you to weigh up all the differences between online and offline German lessons. Basically, there are not so many differences.
We recommend that you consider which physical location is better suited to your schedule, geographic location, and personal learning style.
|German course online||German course on-site|
|Required material||Laptop, PC or tablet with microphone, internet connection||Writing material|
|Travel time||No travel time required||Travel time to the training location|
|Contact with your class||Somewhat more difficult, as the class is less able to exchange ideas with each other||Better exchange possible, as time is spent together during breaks|
|Flexibility||Greater flexibility – participation possible from anywhere with internet connection||Less flexibility. – Participation only possible at the training location|
The model of the online German course from Germancube.ch
For learners of German, Germancube offers the optimal total package. In interactive & individual lessons from level A1 to C1, all sub-areas are comprehensively covered: Reading, Listening, Writing and Speaking. To help you learn German as quickly as possible, your group will be a maximum of 5 people, leaving room for your individual questions.
Your learning sessions take place online and you can participate from the comfort of your own home. Check out the next courses now and take your German to the next level with online lessons!
This is what distinguishes Germancube from other online German learning programs
- Small group sizes with exchange among learners for maximum learning effect
- Easily get to know other German learners & exchange ideas with them
- Tailored to your needs and with plenty of room for your individual questions
- On-site & online courses available
- Level A1 to C1
Further supporting tips & apps for online German lessons
Especially in online lessons, there are many learners who would like to create their notes digitally. This has the advantage that the noted information is usually stored by an automatic synchronization with the cloud and thus can no longer be lost. Likewise, this allows them to be with you from anywhere in the world with internet reception. The disadvantage is that these apps almost always require a premium version so that all functions can be fully used.
For fast and good learning, we recommend you to write notes by hand – this can be done with a pen for your device or by hand on paper.
These are the apps we recommend for digital note taking:
- Goodnotes (iPhone, iPad, Mac)
- Notability (iPhone, iPad, Mac)
- Microsoft OneNote (Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows)
- Evernote (Android, iPhone, iPad, Mac, Windows)
- Nebo (Android, iPad, Windows)
Tips & tricks for learning German online in class
- Find a quiet place in your home where you can listen and concentrate.
- Make sure you have enough space at your workstation and have all materials ready before class starts.
- Minimize distractions: e.g., turn off smartphone notification sounds & vibration and set aside during online classes.
- Avoid multitasking: try to focus on the lesson and don’t check your mail inbox on the side.
- Motivate yourself by keeping your goal of online education or training in focus – “This is what I am working towards and this is what I want & will achieve!
- Set learning goals and, if necessary, a learning plan to keep you on the ball
- find out how you personally learn best and repeat the contents of your online lessons.
Why Germancube is the perfect choice for learning German online
Germancube.ch German language school is optimally designed for online and offline classes, so you learn everything you need to know online as well as on-site – in the most convenient and efficient way. You simply register for your online German course from level A1 to C1 and start flexibly on the next class date.
At all levels, Germancube focuses comprehensively on the sub-areas: Reading, listening, writing and speaking. This way you learn the language in all its applications and your brain can make important connections between understanding and implementation.
Find out now about the next online German courses from Germancube and learn German quickly and easily.