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Plan für FLIG3  Aufgabe 1 - Pretest,  Review, & Genitive   Dauer: 3 Weeks

Unterrichtsplan     Wochen 1 bis 3 im ersten Semester  

Daily Log SheetThe Daily Log Sheet is not required this year. If you wish to use one, then print out a copy from German 2.

IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT THAT YOU ACCURATELY KEEP THE FOLLOWING THREE KINDS OF RECORDS OF WHAT YOU COMPLETE IN THIS LEVEL

RECORD SCORES OF ALL COMPUTER PROGRAMS:

[YOU SHOULD RECORD THE NAME OF ALL COMPUTER PROGRAMS AND HOW MANY YOU GOT RIGHT OUT OF 20 - PRINT OUT A COPY OF THE PLAN BELOW AND WRITE ON IT OR MAKE YOUR OWN LIST ON THE RECORD SHEET (.PDF FILE TO BE PRINTED OUT).]

RECORD HOW MANY HOURS & PAGES YOU READ:

[DOWNLOAD  'LESEN RECORD SHEET/HÖREN RECORD SHEET AND USE THEM]

RECORD HOW MANY EPISODES YOU LISTEN TO:

[AN EPISODE IS ONE 10 TO 20 MINUTE SEGMENT OF THE LISTENING PROGRAM OR 20 MINUTES IN A MOVIE]

RECORD YOUR SCORES ON ANY ORAL TESTS (on the UNTERRICHTSPLAN):

Be sure print off, complete, and turn in your 'Unterrichtsplan'.

Suggested course materials: There are six sets of materials which will be of great value to students who wish to continue their study of German using primarily technologically based materials.

 

The first item will be used as a grammar reference book for English speaking students. This book will again be referred to occassionally throughout the year for explanations of English grammar which is often not completely covered in our schools. A good understanding of English grammar is very helpful in understanding how German sentences are constructed and why certain structures and forms are used.


"English Grammar for Students of German" [ISBN: 0-934034-31-1] for about $20. Call 734-663-0235 or visit www.oliviahill.com to order.


 

The second item is a set of CD’s which will help you improve your listening skills and will teach you a variety of structures and vocabulary. The structure and design of this course was developed by a very talented and successful linguist, Dr. Paul Pimsleur. This material is only audio material, but it will help you expand your ability to understand spoken German and to develop good speaking patterns in German. The other work in this course will help you improve your ability to read and write correctly in German, to understand the structure and grammar of the language, and to spell correctly. I recommend that you purchase the materials listed below and complete the lessons listed in each Aufgabeplan [It is sometimes possible to borrow these CD's from a local library.].

"Pimsleur Language Program – German II" [ISBN: 0-7435-2349-0] for about $200 (Often $50 less with a coupon if you purchased the German I materials). Call 1-800-831-5497 or visit www.Pimsleur.com to order


The third item is the "Graded German Reader: Erste Stufe"[ISBN:0-669-01533-4] (I refer to this book as the GGR). This is the revised second edition published in 1978. It is available from time to time on the Internet. There is a third edition [ISBN:0-669-20159-6] available from Houghton Mifflin (see http://college.hmco.com) for about $60, but it has a few less stories available, and an earlier (1957) second edition was also produced that was very good.

This reader is a very valuable resource for Level 2 and Level 3 students. It was orginally very carefully and skillfully created by Peter Hagboldt about 1933. The book contains five sections:

The first is an introduction to about 500 new words  and some 30 expressions and is an excellent review of vocabulary for the Level 2 student.

The second section contains 30 fables and short stories and introduces 170 new words and 40 phrases; this section is written with short easy sentences in the present tense and is a good early reader for Level 2 students.

The third section has 20 'Anekdoten' and 'Erzählungen', and some additional words and phrases; the sentence structure becomes more complex, the stories somewhat longer and it is written in the narrative past ("Präteritum") and is good for the later part of Level 2 or for early Level 3.

The fourth section provides several stories about two historical figures in German popular literature and is appropriate for early Level 3.

The fifth section contains four or five fairy tales (depending on the version) of some length; here the sentences may contain several parts, a variety of cases are used, and the entire range of verb tenses may be found. These stories are well suited for talented and motivated Level 2 students and for Level 3 students.

 

Note!! The content of some of these selections may be somewhat harsh by modern standards, but the text itself is very well crafted and will help you develop you reading skills and provide an interesting context in which to review the vocabulary and grammar material you learned in German 1, German 2 and continue to learn throughout German 3. Please enjoy the experience of reading and understanding and do remember that the stories were first written in the 1930's when people were less concerned with the existence of violence in reading materials. 

 

 

You will also need to obtain a set of computer programs for the German 3 course: Foreign Language Instruction – German Level 3. These extremely valuable programs contain a practice computer program, three games for additional practice, and a test program, as well as all the vocabulary and grammar exercises you will need for this year. These are very critical to the development of a solid understanding and facility with the grammar and new vocabulary for this level. Students who have used these materials conscientiously with Dr. Morrey in the past have always demonstrated a strong command of the German language The materials can be obtained from R. Morrey.

 

 

Other reference materials: I have found that it is often helpful to have additional sources and reference materials to which one can refer. In this way one can sometimes understand a new topic or concept more easily by reading what several different authors have to say about the topic. The two books listed below are good references for the Level 3 German student; they are readily available and are not very expensive:

 

"German Second and Third Years Workbook" from Amsco School Publications, Inc. (315 Hudson Street, New York, N.Y. 10013-1085) or from www.amscopub.com. You should also obtain the Answer Key for this workbook. This thick workbook contains brief explanations, many exercises (for which the answers are provided in the Answer Key), and other items of interest. It is a valuable reference and can provide a different insight to a particular topic than one can find in these Internet-based materials. Both the workbook and the Answer Key together should cost about $20.00.

 

"Schaum's Outline Series:  German Grammar 2/ed" from McGraw Hill publishers and written by Elke F. Gschossmann-Hendershot [ISBN: 0-07-025097-9]. This book or a newer edition can probably be found at college bookstores where German is taught. It is a no nonsense grammar rules book with 400 exercises on the various grammar topics with included answers. I recommend this as an additional way to read about the grammar topics I present on the Internet and simple exercises illustrate each new topic or rule.

 

 

Aufgabeplan

 

1. Schreib den Pretest für Deutsch 3.

Note! This pretest is not part of your graded work for German 3. It will be used to provide you with an individualized set of review exercises from the German 2 computer materials, so that you can be better prepared as you progress through the German 3 materials. In order for the pretest to be most helpful please do no reivew, use no dictionaries or other reference materials, and seek no help from friends or family. If you follow these guidelines, I will be better able to know what you learned well and still remember and where you should do some review to recall things you learned in German 1 and 2 [The individualized set of review exercises are only available for students working with Dr. Morrey who have the German 2 computer practice materials]

 

2. Lies nochmal das Kapitel 'What is Meant by Case?' in dem Buch 'English Grammar for Students of German' besonders die Information über Genitiv.

 

3. Lern die Wörter von der Liste FLIG301 so bald wie möglich (as soon as possible).

 

4. Lies über Genitiv – Erklärung von dem Papier. Lies auch im Amsco Buch oder im Schaum Buch.

 

5. Mach das Computerprogram über Liste FLIG301.

 

6. Lern jetzt die Wörter von Liste FLIG302.

 

7. Schreib Genitiv #1 GENIA101 und verbessere es - - die Antworten sind am Ende von diesem Plan.

 

8. Mach das Computerprogram über Liste FLIG302.

 

9. Schreib das Papier GENIA102 und verbessere es mit den Antworten unten.

 

10. Mach das Computerprogram über Genitivformen.

 

11. Schreib das Papier GENIA103 und verbessere deine Antworten. 

 

12. Um deine Hörfähigkeit [listening skills] zu erweitern [to expand], sollst du Pimsleur II CD Aufgaben Nr. 1-2 gut anhören.  Schreib auf deinen Leserekordzettel, wieviele Minuten du diese Episoden anhörst. Mach dasselbe für die nächsten Höraktivitäten; dieser Zettel wird ein Teil von deiner Note in der Klasse sein.

 

13. Mach das Computerprogram über Genitivsätze.

 

14. Lies die Erzählung 'Eine Unheimliche Geschichte'. Da sind 10 Fragen nach der Geschichte, um dir zu helfen, die Geschichte besser zu verstehen. Du musst den Inhalt [content] sehr gut im Kopf haben, denn du musst am Ende dieser Aufgabe 5 Fragen über diese Geschichte mündlich [orally] beantworten.

 

15. . Um deine Hörfähigkeit [listening skills] zu erweitern [to expand], sollst du Pimsleur II CD Aufgaben Nr. 3 gut anhören.  Schreib auf deinen Leserekordzettel, wieviele Minuten du diese Episoden anhörst.

 

16. Lies 2 Stunden in deinem Lesebuch – notiere wie lange in dem Leserekordzettel.

 

17. Hör die vier Episoden von der Mittelstufe Serie III Nr. 11-14 bei Deutsche Welle – im Internet

Geh zu:

www.dw-world.de/english

            Wähle: 'German courses'

                        Select: 'Learning German'

                                    Select: 'Intermetiate'

 

 

Lies Deutsch Welle Reader Zettel auf Seite 3 in der Mitte über 'Nachrichten' und 'German courses'.

 

18. Bewertung dieser Aufgabe:

a) die Noten von vier Computerprogrammen (80 Punkte),

b) Unterrichtsplan fertig (20 Punkte),

c) Lesen und Hören von den Rekordzetteln (20 Punkte-Lesen + 21 Punkte-Hören),

d) Fünf Fragen über die Geschichte - Nr. 14 oben (20 Punkte),

e) Mach eine Wiedererzählung über eine Geschichte von dem Lesen oder von dem Hören bei der Deutschen Welle (20 Punkte),

f) Mach Wiederholungsprogramme, die von dem 'Pretest' stammen (schreib die Punkte auf deinem 'Pretestzettel' und gib dem Lehrer am Ende von Aufgabe 5),

g) Schreibprüfung über alles in der Aufgabe 1 (50 Punkte).

 

 

Antworten für Aufgabe 1 

 

AUFGABE01

 

GENIA101 - D3A11105-1       Genitiv

I Endungen hineinschreiben.

    des     eines       -en     -(e)s

    der     einer       -en     ---

    des     eines       -en     -(e)s

    der     meiner      -en     ---

II Ausdrücke im Genitiv!

    1. des alten Turmes     6. des ersten Versuchs

    2. eines kleinen Mannes 7. der kurzen Beispiele

    3. der netten Frau      8. eines grossen Unglückes

    4. der vielen Farbbilder    9. eines langen Blickes

    5. einer kleinen Tasche     10. des wunderbaren Tones

III Auf Deusch schreiben!

    1. das Auto meines Vaters   2. das neue Auto meines Vaters

    3. der Lehrer dieser Klasse 4. Karls Bruder

    5. das Geschenk des Mannes  6. die neuen Geschenke des Mannes

    7. die neuen Geschenke des jungen Mannes

    8. die Autos der Schüler    9. Peters Bücher sind da.

    10. das neue Haus ihres Freundes

IV Deutsch schreiben

    1. Das Auto meines Bruders ist da drüben.

    2. Kennst du deN Bruder der Dame?

    3. Er spricht mit deM Vater meines Freundes.

    4. Die Zimmer seiner SchwesterN sind sehr ordentlich.

    5. Kennst du den Freund des Mechanikers?

 

 

GENIA102 - D3A1205-2       Genitiv

I Endungen hineinschreiben.

    1. ... meines Vaters ... ein neues Auto.

    2. ... dem Vater seiner Freundin.

    3. ... der Schule ein sehr altes Buch.

    4. Annas Schwester ... .

    5. ... den Freund des Schülers?

    6. ... deines guten Freundes ...

    7. Diese Bilder ... Dürer sind...

    8. Das Auto des Lehrers ...

    9. ... dieser schönen Dame ...

    10. Warum will der Mann ... von seiner Freundin kaufen?

II Richtige Wörter schreiben.

    1. Das Kleid meiner jungen Schwester

    2. unseres Freundes

    3. Zwei seiner Freunde/Zwei von seinen Freunden

    4. …die Fenster der Häuser   5. Karls Auto/das Auto von Karl

III Deutsch schreiben

    1. Der Freund des Mädchens ist heute krank.

    2. Die Klassen ihres Bruders sind sehr schwer.

    3. Er hat den Bruder ihrer Mutter in der Stadt gesehen.

    4. Deutschlands Grenzen sind nicht sehr lang.

       Die Grenzen von Deutschland

    5. Erkennst du die Türen dieser Häuser?

    6. Schick ihr das Geschenk!

    7. Weisst du den Namen des kleinen alten Mannes?

    8. Das Auto des Mädchens sieht wie ein sehr alter Mercedes aus.

 

 

 

GENIA103

D3A11205        Genitiv     Deutsch III

I Schreib Genitiv

    1. ...der Frau      2. meines Freundes      3. der Schule

    4. der Schüler      5. meines Bruders       6. des Mädchens

    7. der jungen Dame  8. des Direktors

    9. des schönen Mädchens     10. der deutschsprechenden Schüler

II Deutsch schreiben.

    1. Das ist der Tisch des Lehrers (pred nom. + gen)

    2. Er liest den Brief des Freundes (Dir Obj + gen)

    3. Diese junge Dame ist schon die Mutter eines Mädchens (PN + gen)

    4. Er ist der Sohn der schönen Lehrerin  (PN + gen)

    5. Sie spricht mit dem Freund deines jungen Bruders (dat prep+gen)

    6. Die Autos meiner besten Freunde sind nicht sehr alt. (gen pl)

    7. Er gibt das Buch dem Vater der jungen Mädchen (IDO + gen pl)

    8. Sie haben den Grossvater seines guten Freundes besucht

        (past, DO + gen)

    9. Sie ist zur Hütte ihres guten Freundes gefahren/gereist

        (past, dat prep + gen)

    10. Wir haben bei seinem Bruder gegessen (dat prep)

    11. Ich bin zur Mitte/zum Zentrum der kleinen Stadt gefahren.

        (past w. sein, dat prep + gen)

    12. Er hat der Freundin seiner Tante einen Brief geschickt.

        (past, IDO (no 'zu') + gen)

    13. Wer hat das Auto des Mannes verkauft?

    14. Wer hat dem Mann das Auto verkauft (das Auto dem Mann)?

    15. Hast du das Auto des Mannes gesehen?

 

 

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