Students will learn how to talk about their family members, and describe them.
Students practice using their family-related vocabulary to build each other’s family trees.
Students will practice answering open-ended questions using vocabulary from the past chapters.
Students discuss clothing and play a Guess Who Game using clothing items for identification.
Students play a game building sentences, Students ask and answer many life questions
Students will practice comprehension skills by answering questions related to German Christmas activities.
In this activity, students will answer questions about themselves. In addition, they will have the opportunity to share information about their hometown with the rest of the group.
In this activity, students will practice talking about travel and where they would like to visit. Students will pretend to be another person and respond to questions about travel as if they were that person.
Students will work together to match German sights to their descriptions and try to find interesting facts about a couple of the Sights that they would like to know more about.
In this activity, students will review vocabulary relating to the body and parts of the body. Additionally, students will practice talking about health and how they stay healthy.
Students will discuss quiet hours and Sunday quiet times in Germany
In this activity, students will practice describing themselves and their peers by playing a game of Guess Who.
In this activity, students will talk about favorite foods and act out a restaurant scenario. In the Warm-up the students discuss different foods and different German dishes. In the Main Activity the students will act out a restaurant scenario. In the Wrap-up students will discuss what was easy and what was hard about the restaurant scenario.
In this activity, students will be practicing forms of Konjunktiv II and discussing job related topics.
Students will be discussing body parts, make a body outline, and discussing individual characteristics.
Students use the drawings from the previous week to talk about health and doctors/patients.
Students discuss Boise and their own hometown. They discuss tourist attractions, Make a pic collage of different places and describe their pic college to the other students.
Students learn the differences between living in the U.S. and living in Germany. Students will view photos of German apartments and compare them to houses and apartments in the United States. Then students will design their own Airbnb using photos and filling out the attached information sheet, they will share their Airbnb to the group.
Students use German to talk about living in Boise. Students create activities for visitors to do in Boise. Students discuss previous travels.
Students will gather in groups of four to create a commercial for a new Fairytale Movie.