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Elaboration (2) ACLGEU118

recognising that German is an important world language spoken in many countries in the world apart from Germany, including Australia

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU118 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC121

preparing a German item for a school performance, for example, Schnappi or Kleiner Hai song, Hänsel und Gretel play

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC121 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC127

sharing an item relating to German language and culture through the school newsletter, at an assembly or in a library display, such as an Ostereierwettbewerb and Osterbaum, or electronically displaying links to digitally produced student items such as …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC127 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC129

considering how aspects of own language might be understood from a German perspective, for example, culture-specific expressions such as ‘school assembly’, ‘kick a footy’, or eating ’brekky’

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC129 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU132

comparing pluralisation of nouns in German and English, and using die for plural nouns in German, for example, der Apfel/die Äpfel

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU132 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU135

finding examples of German used at home or in the community and creating a class collection or display, for example, products, labels or words used in English language advertisements, shop signs, recipe books or menus

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU135 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU136

recognising character traits and values, such as those of animal characters in German stories, for example, the wolf in Rotkäppchen, and comparing them with familiar Australian stories

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU136 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC140

viewing subtitled video clips on different German-speaking communities, identifying key facts and features, and recording new vocabulary and expressions for use in shared texts

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC140 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC141

creating a website for a contact group of German-speaking students, posting information on own interests and experiences, for example, Ferien, Freunde, Freizeit, Schule, Medien, and highlighting elements which may be unfamiliar to the intended audience …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC141 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC145

creating bilingual/multilingual texts for specific audiences, for example, a Big Book or game for young learners of German, or invitations, posters, programs or menus for a class event, performance or celebration, such as a Deutschabend or Maskenfest

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC145 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC146

reflecting on how own cultural etiquette and behaviour such as gestures affect interactions and may be interpreted, for example, noticing similarities and differences in body language when interacting with people from German-speaking countries (shrugging, …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC146 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC147

evaluating own preferred learning style, identifying own strengths, and contributing to a class list of German Fachleute/Experten for others to consult for advice, in areas such as Aussprache, Technologie and Vokabeln

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC147 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU152

understanding that German, like all languages, is constantly expanding to include new words and expressions in response to changing intercultural experiences, for example, Fast Food, Fairness

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU152 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC154

communicating in face-to-face or online guided discussions with peers and German-speaking contacts to seek or share information and ideas about social, cultural and environmental issues, for example, Was recyceln Sie, Herr Meier?

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC154 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC159

comparing Australian and German-language examples of a particular genre for cultural and stylistic differences, for example, iconic television series such as Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten and ‘Home and Away’

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC159 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC161

comparing and finding equivalent phrases and expressions in German and English, discussing differences and cultural influences, for example, so alt wie ein Baum/Stein (‘as old as the hills’), einen Bärenhunger haben (‘to be as hungry as a horse’)

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC161 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC162

creating vocabulary lists and annotated cultural explanations for German-speaking visitors to events such as Australian sports days, swimming carnivals or family events, explaining culture-specific elements

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC162 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC163

observing and recording aspects of language (such as register and use of the imperative) and cultural behaviour that need to be modified when communicating in German, depending on audience and social context

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC163 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU165

comparing punctuation rules in English and German, considering aspects such as the distribution and functions of commas, the style of quotation marks for direct speech, and writing numbers less than one million as one word

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU165 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU169

understanding that English grammar used to be more similar to German grammar but that English has changed, for example, the Old English ‘What thinkest thou?’ and Was denkst du?

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU169 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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