German III, Second Semester
Time limit: 182 days
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Full course description
A third-year course focusing on all aspects of German language, including speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Students learn to communicate in German and at the same time develop a structural awareness of the German language. Since the goals of communicative and grammatical competence are ultimately inseparable, students are guided towards the usage of German as accurately as possible. By the end of the course students should be able to read authentic texts and understand video segments on a variety of topics. Students will improve their ability to communicate thoughts in German – both orally and in writing – and have a stronger knowledge of German grammar. Students will also learn more about German-speaking cultures through a variety of texts and contexts, helping them develop sensitivity to some of the issues and problems of contemporary life.
This course is designed for the third or fourth year of high school.
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German I and II, and the first semester of German III.
The following materials are required for this course:
Stefanie Dengler, Tanja Mayr-Sieber, Paul Rusch, Helen Schmitz - ISBN-13: 978-3126050142
Stefanie Dengler, Tanja Mayr-Sieber, Paul Rusch, Helen Schmitz - ISBN-13: 978-3126050029 and ISBN-13: 978-3126050043 (if you are certain you will continue on to Second Semester)
Students will need access to a computer with a microphone or a headset to record some assignments.
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