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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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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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Role play - ein Dialog – AT

Students had learnt the language and features of introductions in German.   In this task students were asked to work in pairs or a group to write, rehearse and perform a 1-minute dialogue, in which they include the following:  Greetings  Introductions  Talking …

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Der Stadtrundgang – AT

Students learnt vocabulary for describing tourist attractions and activities for German-speaking tourists to see and do in a city. In this context they learnt the impersonal phrase es gibt and revised nominative/accusative case endings. They were also …

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Mein Haus – AT

Students had learnt to describe housing and living arrangements and to make cultural comparisons of these. They learnt how to share information about their own house, give and justify opinions and compare German and Australian housing.    In this task, …

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