DEUTSCHE FIBEL Otto Koischwitz
George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd.
First Published May 1933 by George G. Harrap & Co. Ltd London
Reprinted January 1934
Printed in Great Britain at the Pitman Press Bath.
The Deutsche Fibel is a modern first German reader developed through research, experience, and trial. It makes practical classroom use of some of the outstanding theories of contemporary philologists, language teachers, and educators here and abroad. In the preparation of the book the author was influenced by men who advocate visual instruction, flexibility of curricula and methods, intensive word-study and extensive vocabulary-building, application of materials relating to the land, life, and social conditions of the foreign country, elimination of drill-work on the basis of disconnected sentences, and removal of reading texts artificially made up to illustrate grammatical principles…
131 pages inclusive of vocabulary
Red cloth hardback book with picture of aeroplane flying above rooftops on the cover in black. Includes a few photographs and diagrams.
Shelf tired, worn edges and bumped corners do not detract for an exceptional example for its age.
Dimensions: 20.5 x14 x 1 cm
DCB Book code DP687 87