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Elaboration (14) ACLCLU011

identifying similarities between Classical Greek and other Indo-European languages by comparing cognate words, such as ἕξ: sex (Latin), sechs (German), six; πατήρ: pater (Latin), Vater (German), father

Elaboration (14) | ACLCLU011 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | Classical Greek | Framework for Classical Languages | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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 …

Ein Forschungsvorhaben zum Recycling in der Schule – AT | Samples | Work samples | Resources

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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Heimat und Migration – AT

Students learnt about German-speaking communities in Australia and cultural identity. They learnt about the language features of formal texts such as reports and data, and how to access, interpret and respond to these.  In this task, students were asked …

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Translation and reflection – Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb München Pamphlet – AT

In this unit of work students explored concepts of the environment, recycling and waste management and how German and Australian attitudes and practices towards the environment compare. This built on previous learning that had already taken place about …

Translation and reflection – Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb München Pamphlet – AT | Samples | Work samples | Resources

Mein Haustier – AT

Students learnt about a variety terms for, and features of, house pets and had practiced reading and writing names and using descriptive language for these.   In this task students were asked to create a plasticine model of a chosen pet and complete an …

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Self introduction letter – AT

Students learnt the basic language of self-introduction, adjectives of colour and how to form simple sentences in German. In this task, students were asked to write a short text about themselves and include information about their name, age, hair colour, …

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Wie ist das Wetter? – AT

Students learnt about the terms used for weather in German and how to describe the weather using short, modelled sentences. In this task, students were asked to create a poster with pictures and sentences to describe the weather. They were asked to create …

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Wetterbericht – AT

Students had been studying a unit of work focusing on the language used to describe the weather in German. Prior to this task, students had created a German and English weather dictionary, investigated how and why the seasons are at opposite times of …

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Bee-Bot coding – AT

Students had been working on a unit on the language of coding in German. Prior to this task students had:  become familiar with and used German coding abbreviations for forwards, backwards, left turn and right turn  used these abbreviations to write …

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Mein Schultag – AT

Students used the topic of daily and school routines to compare similarities and differences between German culture and their own, including the German schooling system. They made connections between culture and language and expanded their vocabulary …

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Meine Familie- AT

Students learnt vocabulary related to describing family and pets, including names, ages, birthdays and personal characteristics. They were also introduced to grammar structures such as present tense of verbs, possessive articles (mein/dein) and the subject-direct …

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Im Restaurant– AT

Students learnt vocabulary for different types of food and how to express preferences for foods. They learnt about traditional German meals and differences in eating habits, for example hot food for lunch, cold food for dinner. They were introduced to relevant phrases …

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