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 James Pfrehm, Assistant Professor of German, recently published his textbook Kunterbunt und kurz geschrieben with Yale University Press. 

 Kunterbunt und kurz geschrieben is an intermediate-level German reader that can be used as either the main text in a conversation course or a supplementary text in an intermediate grammar review course. Pfrehm's innovative approach includes text and audio podcasts of German short stories that are distinctly different from canonical texts studied in upper-level courses. Some of the features of the book include topical, engaging, and often humorous modern short stories; a grammar activity in each chapter; and video podcasts of short stories created by Pfrehm.

 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook | 5 Comments |
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 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook Comment from ctaylor on 11/16/2011
James, Wow! Your book looks fantastic. Congratulations! -Catherine Taylor
 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook Comment from mdifrancesco on 11/16/2011
Congrats!!!!
 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook Comment from malpass on 11/16/2011
Congratulations, James, this is an exceptional accomplishment. The
book does look innovative, and your commitment to new educational
technologies is a model for all of us here. Great job!!
 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook Comment from jhogg on 11/16/2011
Congratulations James.The concept of this book sounds really
interesting.
 James Pfrehm from Modern Languages Publishes Textbook Comment from mforrest on 11/16/2011
Congratulations, James! What an accomplishment!!