|Series||[Alberta curriculum guides], Alberta curriculum guides|
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|Number of Pages||72|
German language and culture: 9-year program guide to implementation, Grade 7. Summary; Detailed Information; Description. This guide to implementation is intended to support the Grade 7 portion of the German Language and Culture Nine-year Program (the program of studies). It was developed primarily for teachers, yet it includes information. German Language and Culture Nine-year Program (7–8–9) /1 ©Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada () This program of studies is intended for students who began their study of German language and culture in Grade 4. It constitutes the fourth, fifth and sixth years of the German Language and Culture Nine-year (9Y) Program (Grade 4 to Grade 12). This implementation guide is intended to support the Grade 4 to Grade 6 portion of the German Language and Culture Nine-year Program (the program of studies). It was developed primarily for teachers, yet it includes information that may be useful for administrators and other stakeholders in their efforts to plan for and implement the new Chinese program of studies. This document is designed to provide assessment materials for specific Grade 4 outcomes in the German Language and Culture Nine-year Program, Grades The assessment materials are designed for the beginner level in the context of teaching for communicative competence. Grade 4 learning outcomes from the German Language and Culture Nine-year Program, Grades .
German Language and Culture Nine-year Program (the program of studies). It was developed primarily for teachers, yet it includes information that may be useful for administrators and other stakeholders in their efforts to plan for and implement the new German program of studies. The grade level samples provided in Chapter 8. Subsequently, drafts of Program of Studies: German Language and Culture Grade 7 to Grade 9 and Program of Studies: German Language and Culture were developed for use in the province of Alberta. These documents provided the basis, with some adaptations, for the WNCP German Language and Culture, Six-Year Junior/Senior High. 10 German children's books classics you can read in English German language: Top tips for German-learners German homes and how the Germans live Fokus Deutsch is a three-level program that integrates videos, texts, audio and other supplements to bring German language, history and culture into focus for students. It was created through a collaboration of the Annenberg/CPB project, WGBH/Boston, and the McGraw-Hill Companies along with Inter Nationes and the Goethe-Institut.
German language, official language of both Germany and Austria and one of the official languages of Switzerland. German belongs to the West Germanic group of the Indo-European language family, along with English, Frisian, and Dutch (Netherlandic, Flemish). Learn more about the German language. FSI German Basic Course. Another excellent resource that shouldn’t be missing in any post about free German textbooks is the FSI German Basic Course. This course was originally developed in the s by the US government’s Foreign Service Institute and is now in the public domain. It was designed by with absolute beginners in mind. Newcomers to the German language should not expect to tackle the collected works of Goethe in the first weeks and months. Rather, dial down your expectations and give children’s books a chance! Download: This blog post is available as a convenient and portable PDF that you can take anywhere. 2. Hugo Language Course: German In Three Months (with Cassette) by Hugo's Language Books, Audio Cassette, page Book Available in both book only or book and cassette format, this self-study program is designed for the individual seeking to acquire a good working knowledge of a language in a short amount of time.