Home

German Online Courses 

Java-based practice exercises

Comments of a Tutee

Answer format for exercises

Content description

How to Use the practice exercises

German_ Courses/ past_ and_present

German Level 1 course overview

German Level 2 course overview

German Level 3 course overview

German Level 4 course overview

RAM Retirement Letter

Past Resources at CHS

Examples of G 4 Student work

Web sites for German stuff

Replication to other classes

 

Conference_presentations

Articles

      

Full texts of presentations by Robert A. Morrey are provided through this web site.

GETVICO - German Teacher Virtual Conference held on September 17, 2016, is a conference held over the Internet under the auspices of AATG and the Goethe-Institut of New York. The presentation describes how Dr. Morrey's instructional program is conducted over the Internet. The conference is entirely in German and the PowerPoint slides for the conference are entitled:

Personalizierter Deutschunterricht durch das Internet

FLANC Fall Conference 2014 is the fall conference of the Foreign Language Association of Northern California and was held on November 8, 2014. The presentation describes how an instructional program held via the Internet can be individualized to the student's needs and desires. It is entitled:

Flexibility and Personalization of German Instruction through the Internet and Skype

FLANC Fall Conference 2013 is the fall conference of the Foreign Language Association of Northern California which was held in Hayward, California, on October 26, 2013. The presentation is entitled:

"Tutoring Student Online via Skype Typifies Use of New Standards"

CLMSLHS2013 is the north conference of the California League of Middle Schools, the California League of High Schools and the National High School Association which was held in Monterey California, January 12, 2013. The presentation is entitled:

"World Language Tutoring via Skype and Online Materials"

FLANC Fall Conference 2005 is the fall conference of the Foreign Language Association of Northern California and was held on November 12, 2005. The presentation describes a way to teach a multi-level advanced German class at the high school level. The presentation is called:

How You can Teach HS German 3, 4, 5, 6 in One Class

NEC0405 is the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Language which was held in New York City in early April, 2005. The two presentations are entitled:

"What it takes to Teach German Mostly via the Internet" 

This presentation describes the changes in student learning skills, instructional practices, and administrative procedures that are needed to develop the successful on-line German program that Dr. Morrey has run for students in levels 1-5 in the last four years.

"Technology Plus the Internet to Redesign Advanced HS German Classes"

This presentation outlines the procedures needed to begin to convert a traditional high school class to one that has much if not all of the content available on the Internet and lists a variety of reading and listening materials that are effective with advanced students.

CUE102503 is a presentation developed for the fall Computer-Using-Educators' conference given in Santa Clara, CA, on October 25, 2003. It outlines what is needed to develop a successful online world language course for high school students. It is entitled:

"After Two+ Year - Teaching a FL Class Mostly via the Internet"

ACTFL-AATG1102 is a presentation at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages in conjunction with the American Association of Teachers of German which was given on November 22, 2002, at the annual meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah as part of Session 97. The presentation is entitled:

"Teaching a HS German Class Mostly via the Internet"

CLHSSUMMER2001 is the summer symposium of the California League of Middle Schools, the California League of High Schools and the National High School Association which was held in Maui, Hawaii, in July, 2001. The presentation is entitled:

"High School Modern Language Instruction via the Internet"

This presentation outlines the parameters needed for a successful mostly on-line high school course.

CUE52001 is the spring conference of the Computer-Using Educators which was held in Anaheim, California, in May, 2001. The presentation is entitled:

"Emerging New Student Learning Paradigms: Any-Time Learning Through Your Web Site"

This presentation describes the German program at Cupertino High School through the end of the 2000-2001 school year and discusses various elements that were available then over the Internet.

CLHS2001 is the winter technology conference of the California League of Middle Schools, the California League of High Schools and the National High School Association which was held in Monterey, California, in January, 2001. The presentation is entitled:

"Expand Classroom-based Technology Learning to Any Time Learning Using Your Web Site"

This presentation describes how the author uses technology in his four-level world language program and how certain elements are gradually being made available over the Internet.

NECC2000 is the National Education Computing Conference from June, 2000, which was held in Atlanta, Georgia. The presentation is entitled:

"Change The Traditional High School World Language Classroom Through Technology"

This presentation describes how students from first to advanced levels can use technology and other resources to break the one-year, one-level classroom structure.

CUE1997 is the fall conference of Computer-Using-Educators and was held on October 17, 1997. This presentation describes in detail how students beyond the third year of high school German use ten learning threads to design their own learning program. It is entitled:

Multi-threaded Design for in the Advanced German Class