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Reflections on learning German – AT

Students explored language and identity as concepts, including looking at similarities and differences between the German and English alphabets, spelling, pronunciation, greetings and interactions. Students engaged in tasks to identify where German is …

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Reflection on learning German – AT

Students had been learning German for approximately one term.   In this task, students were asked to answer a range of questions about learning German. Students were asked to consider cultural and linguistic similarities and differences as well as explain their …

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Reflection on learning German - AT (9-10)

Students were asked a series of questions relating to their experience of learning German. Students were unfamiliar with the questions and responses were spontaneous and unrehearsed.  

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Foundation to Year 2

This portfolio of student works shows that the student can interact with teachers and peers through action-related talk and play (WS1, WS2). The student introduces themself, exchanges greetings and farewells and express likes and dislikes. When interacting, …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can interact with teachers and peers in classroom routines, action-related talk and play. The student responds to instructions and uses formulaic expressions to interact, ask questions, seek assistance, …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 5 and 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use written and spoken German (WS1) for classroom interactions, to carry out transactions, and to share ideas and opinions (WS4), relate experiences and express feelings (WS2, WS3). The student …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (F-10 sequence)

This sample shows that the student can use written and spoken German to interact with teachers, peers and others (WS1) to make decisions, solve problems and negotiate transactions; and to exchange and justify ideas, opinions and views (WS1). The student …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (F-10 sequence)

This sample shows that the student can use written German to suit a particular setting and purpose (WS1). The student uses language in the classroom environment to assist others and debate a course of action (WS1). The student states facts and relates …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows the student can share information about their personal worlds, including personal details (WS1), family (WS2), friends, interests, likes, dislikes and preferences (WS5, WS6). The student interacts with others to carry …

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Languages: German - Satisfactory - Years 9 and 10 (Year 7 entry)

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can initiate and maintain interactions (WS9) in written and spoken German to communicate ideas, thoughts, feelings and information (WS1, WS11) related to relationships, school experiences (WS2, WS6, …

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Germany's next top model - At

Students learnt two ways to describe clothing:   adjective after the noun (no ending) and   adjective before the noun (endings required for agreement).    In previous units, students had learnt the concept of nominative and accusative.  In this unit, the …

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Human robot programming - Programmieren Lernen – AT

Students explored a unit on programming, learning and using the German language to program BeeBots and Blue-Bots and to reinforce their knowledge of adjectives of colour.   This task was one of the lead-up activities designed to familarise students with …

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Colour quiz – AT

Students learnt to say and write colours in German and how to pronounce some German sounds. This task consisted of two parts:  Part 1: Students were asked to create a ‘Colour Quiz’ for a peer to complete. Students were asked to draw six pictures of their …

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Wetter - AT

Students created a German weather phrasebook that included German and English translations, as well as a picture to describe each phrase. They learnt how to use a conjunction to join two short sentences. This was the first task in a unit focusing on how …

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Welche Farbe ist es? – AT

Students learnt about colours in German and how to pronounce some distinct German sounds. In this task students were given time to practice German pronunciation of colours and recognise differences between English and German pronunciation. Students were …

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Das bin ich! – AT

Students learnt vocabulary and expressions, and used modelled sentences to share personal information. Students viewed, listened to and read texts in German and English about sharing personal information, and compared the language and culture in these …

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Wet ‘n’ wild Wetlands world – AT

As part of their Science inquiry learning, students in Years 5 and 6 learned about ponding in the school wetlands. Ponding is part of an integrated program, that incorporates STEAM and German.  Students learn German in weekly lessons from Foundation to …

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Essen in Deutschland und Australien – AT

Students learnt about and compared eating and drinking customs in Germany and Australia. They researched the relationship between language, culture and values evidenced in these customs.  They learned expressions for food and drink and associated activities, liking/disliking …

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Ein Forschungsvorhaben zum Recycling in der Schule – AT

Students had completed a unit on the environment and personal and community responsibility for it.   They compared strategies to improve the environment in Germany and Australia and how schools can lessen environmental impacts. They learnt about formal …

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Mein Wochenende – AT

Students learnt how to talk about past events and activities, and to sequence these logically. They also learnt how to pose questions and write for a particular audience and context.   In this task, students were asked to write an informal email to a …

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