German at James Clemens High School
Empowering students for global success!
- describe where we live
- name some furniture items and describe them
- refer to people and things with pronouns
- describe our family members
- being polite
- offer a beverage or snack to someone
- request something
We began to explore as well small and big differences between American and German cultures regarding beverages, foods, and dining out. For example, if you order a "Limo" in Germany, don't expect a long, fancy car to pull up anytime soon!
The Goethe-Institut invites high school students who are interested in science to discover Germany! 12 talented young scientists will have the opportunity to travel to Germany from Nov 28 - Dec 7, 2014. This trip is an all-expenses paid trip.
GERMAN CLUB 2014 UP AND ROLLING!
- dues collection $15/$25 (includes T-shirt)
- finalize T-shirt design
- create team for National German Week celebrations
- work on plan for Homecoming float
The AAFLT is proud to announce the 10th annual W.I.L.D. program for students of Spanish, French, and German who have completed one full course of the target language or who are heritage language learners of that language. See your teacher for details
Students should be checking this almost every day for news about the classroom, prompts for speaking, listening, writing, and reading, and rubrics for projects.
Students are required to complete the "Learn" mode for each unit and are encouraged to engage in the other modes (Speller, Test, Space Race, Flashcards, and Scatter).
My blog about my Fund for Teachers grant to Austria summer 2013 and how I am bringing my experiences and knowledge gained to the classroom along with other posts related to German language and culture education.
Content Lead, World Languages Department
Treasurer and Secretary, Alabama Chapter of American Association for Teachers of German