German Dialects on the Internet: Web Resources for German Language Teachers


Few students of German language and culture sufficiently understand the linguistic diversity in Germany and other German-speaking regions. The following web resources have been selected and organized as a teaching aid for high school teachers and college instructors.


Contents/Main Headings


Introductory Texts


Maps


Dictionaries and Other Translation Aids


Dialect-Specific Resources

General Portals to Dialect-Specific Sites

Dialect/Language-Specific Sites

Alsatian/Elsässisch

Bavarian/Bairisch (incl. Austrian/Österreichische variants)

Berlin Dialect

Cologne/Kölsch (a variant of Ripuarian dialect)

Frisian/Friesisch

Hessian/Hessisch

Low German/Niederdeutsch/Platt

Luxemburgisch/Letzebuergesch

Mosel-Franconian/Moselfränkisch

Pennsylvania "Dutch"

Pfälzisch (dialect of Palatinate)

(Upper)Saxon/(Ober)Sächsisch

Swabian/Schwäbisch (and Badisch)

Swiss German/Schweitzerdeutsch

Yiddish


Portals to Dialect-Related Web Resources

 

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Created by Axel Schmetzke, Library, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.
Last updated 03/27/09 .
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