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Elaboration (2) ACLGEU114

developing familiarity with the German alphabet and sound–letter correspondence through singing das Alphabetlied, identifying and naming letters, tracing words, and playing alphabet and spelling games such as Ich sehe was, was du nicht siehst using initial …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU114 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU114

understanding that although German and English use the same alphabet there are additional symbols in German: the Umlaut to alter the pronunciation of particular vowels (ä, ö, ü) and the Eszett (β)

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU114 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU114

noticing that all nouns are capitalised in German

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU114 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU115

noticing that German has multiple words for ‘the’ and ‘a/an’

Elaboration | ACLGEU115 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU116

comparing similar texts in German and English, such as counting games or simple maps, identifying elements in the German texts which look or sound different

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU116 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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 (3) ACLGEU118

recognising that English and other languages have borrowed German words, for example, Hamburger, Kindergarten and Glockenspiel, and that many words are shared across languages, for example, ‘computer’, ‘bus’, ‘taxi’ and ‘auto’

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU118 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU119

understanding that learning German involves ways of using language that may be unfamiliar, for example, using Guten Appetit before commencing a meal or using danke when refusing an offer

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU119 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU119

understanding that gestures differ across cultures, for example, shaking hands is generally more common in German-speaking countries than in Australia and omission to do so may be considered impolite from a German perspective

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU119 | Content Descriptions | Foundation to Year 2 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC121

creating a shared digital photo story after a class activity or event such as a visit to a German restaurant

Elaboration | ACLGEC121 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | 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 ACLGEC123

gathering information about a fellow student or German speaker relating to family, home, interests and abilities, and compiling the information in a modelled format, such as Steckbrief

Elaboration | ACLGEC123 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC123

obtaining information about lifestyles in German-speaking countries (homes, schools, climate, pets, geography) from shared and independent reading of simple digital texts

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC123 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC126

collaborating to create and perform a new version of a traditional or contemporary text, for example, the script of a play for the German fairy tale Die Bremer Stadtmusikanten

Elaboration | ACLGEC126 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC126

creating and performing a puppet play involving a German character and an Australian character, such as die Maus (Die Sendung mit der Maus) meeting Bananas in Pyjamas or an Igel meeting an echidna, using modelled German language

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC126 | Content Descriptions | Years 3 and 4 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC127

comparing and matching key words in German and English, such as names for German-speaking countries and some cities (Deutschland/Germany, Wien/Vienna) and animals

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

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC127

listening to the way animal sounds are represented in German, such as in Das kleine Küken animation, and comparing them with English and other languages, for example, Ein Hahn macht, kikeriki, ein Hund macht, wau wau

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC127 | 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 (3) ACLGEC127

comparing the Australian and German ways of writing a postal address, for example, in German the Hausnummer appears after the street name and the Postleitzahl appears before the suburb/town

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

Elaboration ACLGEC129

recognising that there are similarities and differences between German and English ways of showing politeness, for example, the use of family names after Frau and Herr, responding to danke schön with bitte schön, shaking hands

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

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