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    COURSE TITLE:   German III

     

    PREREQUISITE:   German II

     

    DESCRIPTION:           German III continues to emphasize comprehension and communication skills. Complexity increases in all phases of language study. Readingselections and writing assignments review and reinforce grammar and vocabulary. German culture continues to be an integral part of the course.

     

    MAIN TOPICS:

     

    Listening

    Students will extract and comprehend information from longer and more complex passages from a variety of sources.

    Speaking

    Students will more readily formulate questions and responses relating to lesson topics while refining pronunciation. German will be used as the primary means of communication in the classroom.

    Reading

    Students will read level appropriate materials for more detail while continuing to read more complex authentic materials for global comprehension. They will summarize and answer content questions on reading selections.

    Writing

    Students will use correct spelling, punctuation, and capitalization to create more detailed complex sentences and compositions.

    Culture

    Students will explore cultural aspects of German-speaking countries in greater depth.

     

    CREDIT INFO:             This course provides one credit toward fulfilling the foreign language requirements for an Advanced Studies Diploma (three years of one languageortwo years each of two languages).

     

Last Modified on September 19, 2011