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Why choose Cambridge International?Cambridge Assessment International Education prepares school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. We are part of the University of Cambridge.Our Cambridge Pathway gives students a clear path for educational success from age 5 to 19. Schools can shape the curriculum around how they want students to learn Œ with a wide range of subjects and ˜exible ways to offer them. It helps students discover new abilities and a wider world, and gives them the skills they need for life, so they can achieve at school, university and work.Our programmes and quali˚cations set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and re˜ect the latest educational research. They provide a strong platform for learners to progress from one stage to the next, and are well supported by teaching and learning resources.Our mission is to provide educational bene˚t through provision of international programmes and quali˚cations for school education and to be the world leader in this ˚eld. Together with schools, we develop Cambridge learners who are con˚dent, responsible, re˜ective, innovative and engaged Œ equipped for success in the modern world.Every year, nearly a million Cambridge students from 10 000 schools in 160 countries prepare for their future with the Cambridge Pathway. ‚We think the Cambridge curriculum is superb preparation for university.™ Christoph Guttentag , Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, Duke University, USA Quality management Cambridge International is committed to providing exceptional quality. In line with this commitment, our quality management system for the provision of international quali˚cations and education programmes for students aged 5 to 19 is independently certi˚ed as meeting the internationally recognised standard, ISO 9001:2015. Learn more at www.cambridgeinternational.org/ISO9001Copyright © UCLES September 2018Cambridge Assessment International Education is part of the Cambridge Assessment Group. Cambridge Assessment is the brand name of the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), which itself is a department of the University of Cambridge. UCLES retains the copyright on all its publications. Registered centres are permitted to copy material from this booklet for their own internal use. However, we cannot give permission to centres to photocopy any material that is acknowledged to a third party even for internal use within a centre.

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Contents1 Why choose this syllabus? .22 Syllabus overview ..5Aims 5Content overview 5Assessment overview 6Assessment objectives 73 Subject content 9Skills 9Topic areas 114 Details of the assessment 12Paper 1 ΠListening 12Paper 2 ΠReading 13Paper 3 ΠSpeaking 14Paper 4 ΠWriting 18List of grammar and structures 19Vocabulary list 215 What else you need to know 43Before you start 43Making entries 44After the exam 45How students and teachers can use the grades 45Grade descriptions 45Changes to this syllabus for 2021 46Changes to this syllabus For information about changes to this syllabus for 2021, go to page 46.The latest syllabus is version 3, published September 2020.

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2Back to contents page 1 Why choose this syllabus? Key bene˜tsCambridge IGCSEŽ is the world™s most popular international quali˚cation for 14 to 16 year olds, although it can be taken by students of other ages. It is tried, tested and trusted. Students can choose from 70 subjects in any combination Œ it is taught by over 4800 schools in 146 countries.Our programmes balance a thorough knowledge and understanding of a subject and help to develop the skills learners need for their next steps in education or employment. Cambridge IGCSE German develops a set of transferable skills for understanding and communicating in everyday situations in German. Learners begin to develop cultural awareness of countries and communities where German is spoken. They acquire the essential linguistic skills required for progression to further studies or employment.Our approach in Cambridge IGCSE German encourages learners to be:con˜dent, using new and familiar structures and vocabulary to communicate with others in everyday situationsresponsible, seeking opportunities to use and develop their language skillsre˚ective, considering how to communicate different ideas and attitudesinnovative, applying language to a variety of situationsengaged, developing learning strategies which help them to express their ideas and their understanding of other cultures.‚The strength of Cambridge IGCSE quali˜cations is internationally recognised and has provided an international pathway for our students to continue their studies around the world.™ Gary Tan , Head of Schools and CEO, Raf˜es International Group of Schools, Indonesia

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Cambridge IGCSE German 0525 syllabus for 2021. Why choose this syllabus? 3Back to contents page Recognition and progressionOur expertise in curriculum, teaching and learning, and assessment is the basis for the recognition of our programmes and quali˚cations around the world. The combination of knowledge and skills in Cambridge IGCSE German gives learners a solid foundation for further study. Candidates who achieve grades A* to C are well prepared to follow a wide range of courses including Cambridge International AS & A Level German.Cambridge IGCSEs are accepted and valued by leading universities and employers around the world as evidence of academic achievement. Many universities require a combination of Cambridge International AS & A Levels and Cambridge IGCSEs or equivalent to meet their entry requirements.UK NARIC, the national agency in the UK for the recognition and comparison of international quali˚cations and skills, has carried out an independent benchmarking study of Cambridge IGCSE and found it to be comparable to the standard of GCSE in the UK. This means students can be con˚dent that their Cambridge IGCSE quali˚cations are accepted as equivalent to UK GCSEs by leading universities worldwide.Cambridge IGCSE German has been designed to help candidates develop language pro˚ciency to level A2 (Basic User) with some elements of pro˚ciency at level B1 (Independent User) of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment (CEFR). Assessment objectives, subject content, mark schemes and task types have been designed with reference to the CEFR to ensure that candidates have opportunities to demonstrate pro˚ciency at the intended levels. Learn more at www.cambridgeinternational.org/recognition‚Cambridge IGCSE is one of the most sought-after and recognised quali˜cations in the world. It is very popular in Egypt because it provides the perfect preparation for success at advanced level programmes.™ Mrs Omnia Kassabgy , Managing Director of British School in Egypt BSE

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Cambridge IGCSE German 0525 syllabus for 2021. Why choose this syllabus? 4Back to contents page Supporting teachersWe provide a wide range of practical resources, detailed guidance, and innovative training and professional development so that you can give your learners the best possible preparation for Cambridge IGCSE.Exam preparation resources Question papers Mark schemes Example candidate responses to understand what examiners are looking for at key grades Examiner reports to improve future teaching CommunityYou can ˚nd useful information, as well as share your ideas and experiences with other teachers, on our social media channels and community forums.Find out more at www.cambridgeinternational.org/social-mediaTraining Introductory Œ face-to-face or online Extension Œ face-to-face or online Enrichment Œ face-to-face or online Coursework Œ online Cambridge Professional Development Quali˚cationsFind out more at www.cambridgeinternational.org/profdevTeaching resources School Support Hub www.cambridgeinternational.org/support Syllabuses Schemes of work Learner guides Discussion forums Endorsed resourcesSupport for Cambridge IGCSE

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Cambridge IGCSE German 0525 syllabus for 2021. Syllabus overview 6Back to contents page Assessment overviewAll candidates take all four papers. Candidates will be eligible for grades A* to G.All candidates take:and:Paper 1 Approximately 50 minutes Listening 25%40 marksCandidates listen to a number of recordings and answer multiple-choice and matching questions.Externally assessedPaper 2 1 hour Reading 25%45 marksCandidates read a number of texts and answer multiple-choice and matching questions as well as questions requiring short answers. Externally assessedand:and:Paper 3 Approximately 10 minutes Speaking 25%40 marksCandidates complete one role play and conversations on two topics. Internally assessed and externally moderatedPaper 4 1 hour Writing 25%45 marksCandidates complete one form-˚lling task, one directed writing task and one task in the format of an email/letter or article/blog. Externally assessedInformation on availability is in the Before you start section.

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Cambridge IGCSE German 0525 syllabus for 2021. Syllabus overview 7Back to contents page Assessment objectivesThe assessment objectives (AOs) are:AO1 Listening L1: understand the main points and key information in simple everyday materialL2: understand clear speech on a range of familiar topics L3: understand the description of events and expression of ideas, opinions and attitudes in simple textsL4: identify and select relevant information in predictable textsAO2 Reading R1: understand the main points and key information in simple everyday materialR2: understand authentic factual texts on a range of familiar topicsR3: understand the description of events and expression of ideas, opinions and attitudes in simple textsR4: identify and select relevant information in predictable textsAO3 Speaking S1: communicate clearly and effectively in a range of predictable everyday situations S2: engage in conversations on familiar topics, expressing opinions and feelingsS3: use a range of structures and vocabulary with reasonable accuracyS4: demonstrate some ability to maintain interactionS5: show some control of pronunciation and intonationAO4 WritingW1: communicate simple factual information clearly for everyday purposes W2: write simple phrases and sentences on a familiar topic W3: write simple connected texts describing events, experiences, opinions and hopes and ambitionsW4: use a range of simple vocabulary and language structures reasonably accurately

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Cambridge IGCSE German 0525 syllabus for 2021. Syllabus overview 8Back to contents page Weighting for assessment objectivesThe approximate weightings allocated to each of the assessment objectives (AOs) are summarised below.Assessment objectives as a percentage of the quali˜cationAssessment objectiveWeighting in IGCSE %AO1 Listening25AO2 Reading25AO3 Speaking25AO4 Writing25Total100Assessment objectives as a percentage of each componentAssessment objectiveWeighting in components %Paper 1Paper 2Paper 3Paper 4AO1 Listening100ŒŒŒAO2 ReadingŒ100ŒŒAO3 SpeakingŒŒ100ŒAO4 WritingŒŒŒ100Total100100100100

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9Back to contents page 3 Subject content SkillsThe skills covered in the syllabus are outlined below.Listening Understand short recordings dealing with everyday needs (e.g. simple transactions in shops, simple directions or instructions). Understand factual information and ideas from a range of sources (e.g. announcements, phone messages, news items, interviews, dialogues) on familiar topics. Understand descriptions of events, opinions, emotions, hopes and ambitions in simple texts (e.g. in radio broadcasts, interviews, dialogues). Identify main points, speci˚c information and details on everyday topics (e.g. personal and family information, shopping, local area, employment, school, leisure activities). Identify main points, themes, opinions, ideas, emotions and attitudes in predictable texts (e.g. news reports, conversations, interviews, simple monologues). Deduce the meaning of occasional unknown words and expressions from the context.Reading Understand short, simple texts (e.g. signs and notices in public places, such as streets, restaurants and bus/railway stations and airports). Understand authentic texts on familiar topics and situations (e.g. newspaper/magazine articles, email messages, blogs and letters). Understand descriptions of events, opinions, emotions, hopes and ambitions in simple texts (e.g. in articles, interviews or personal messages). Identify main points, speci˚c information and details in predictable texts (e.g. advertisements, brochures, menus, timetables, instructions, messages). Identify main points, themes, opinions, ideas, emotions and attitudes in predictable texts (e.g. newspaper/magazine articles, simple plots of ˚lms or books). Deduce the meaning of occasional unknown words and expressions from the context.Speaking Participate in short social exchanges (e.g. greet people, make and respond to invitations, apologies) and communicate on familiar topics to meet simple needs (e.g. order food and drink, simple transactions in shops, use public transport, ask and give directions, request information). Participate in unprepared conversations on familiar topics of personal interest or relevant to everyday life (e.g. family, friends, home environment, hobbies and interests, education, work, travel). Describe past events and experiences, hopes and ambitions and give brief reasons for opinions and plans. Communicate with reasonable accuracy, using a range of structures, tenses and vocabulary relevant to the given situation. Use simple connectors (e.g. and, but, because, then) to link a series of shorter discrete elements into a connected sequence of points. Use appropriate strategies to maintain interaction. Use features of pronunciation and intonation to convey meaning and attitude.

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