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Course Overview

Continues German II First semester, and further develops the basic skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) introduced in German I. covers possessive pronouns, possessive articles, the dative case, either/or prepositions, and relative clauses. Themes include food and drink, feelings and moods, excusing yourself, writing narratives in the past tense, describing a room, reading texts for information, allowances and money issues, giving reasons/consequences, deciding what is “typical German,” asking for directions, the weather, and asking indirect questions.

This course is designed for high-school sophomores or higher.

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Prerequisite

Three semesters of high school German.

Required Materials

The following materials are required for this course:

Funk, Hermann et al. Geni@l A2 Textbook. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-96714-6

Keller, Susy et al. Geni@l A2 Workbook. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-96715-3

Funk, Hermann et al. Geni@l A2 Glossary German—English A2. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-47580-1

Geni@l CD zum Kursbuch A2. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-47574-0

Geni@l CD zum Arbeitsbuch A2. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-47576-4

Optional:

Geni@l CD-ROM A2. Berlin: Langenscheidt KG, 2003. ISBN 978-3-468-47577-1

Students will need access to a computer with a microphone or a headset to record some assignments. Uses audio CDs played on a compatible computer. 

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