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Elaboration (4) ACLGEC141

recording, comparing and representing statistics related to German-speaking countries and Australia, for example, population and physical size, daily temperatures, number and type of dwellings, pet ownership, most popular leisure activities

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEC141 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC144

using German–English cognates to predict meaning, for example, Brot/‘bread’, kalt/‘cold’, Maske/‘mask’, trinken/‘to drink’

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC144 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEC144

explaining in English the use and meaning of German expressions such as Gesundheit, Hals und Beinbruch, Toi, toi, toi!

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEC144 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC145

creating and using bilingual resources for language learning, such as glossaries or personal German–English and English–German print and digital word lists and dictionaries with examples and explanations of parts of speech and language use

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

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC145

creating bilingual texts for the school community, such as a virtual tour for a school website, or a translation of the school canteen menu into German

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC145 | 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 (1) ACLGEC146

noticing the use of and evaluating whether or not to adopt German expressions such as exclamations (Ach so! Echt!), and gestures such as indicating approval with ‘thumbs up’ (comparing with the use of one thumb to indicate the number ‘one’) and ‘applauding’ …

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC146 | 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 ACLGEC147

participating in a discussion in English about the impact of a school uniform on personal identity, and imagining how German students might view wearing a school uniform

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

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC147

preparing a digital ‘language passport’ documenting different stages in learning German, intercultural experiences and reflections on the impact of learning German on self and others, and considering possible reasons for perceived similarities and differences …

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC147 | 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 (5) ACLGEC147

considering whether learning and using German impacts on identity either in or out of the classroom

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

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU148

noticing distinctive punctuation features of personal correspondence in German, such as Hallo Annette!/Lieber Klaus, followed respectively by upper or lower case for the beginning of the first sentence

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU148 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (5) ACLGEU148

understanding and applying punctuation rules (full stops, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, quotation marks) in German, including the meaning and use of full stops and commas in ordinal and decimal numbers (die 3. Klasse and 9,50 Euro), and capitalisation …

Elaboration (5) | ACLGEU148 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU149

understanding the concept of regular and irregular verbs and noticing that this is a feature of both German and English (and other languages, such as French, Italian and Spanish)

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU149 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU151

being aware of some regional variations in German language use, for example, in greetings such as the Swiss Grüezi and Austrian Servus, or the lack of the Eszett in Switzerland

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU151 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU151

comparing diversity in accents, dialects and vocabulary in German-speaking communities with similar diversity in the use of English within and beyond Australia

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU151 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU152

discovering some of the English words used by German speakers (das Internet, die App, Stopp!, Sorry!) and considering if they are the same kinds of words as those borrowed from German by English

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU152 | 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 (3) ACLGEU153

noticing the impact of own assumptions about people from German-speaking countries, their language and culture, when listening to, reading and viewing texts, and considering how German speakers too may make assumptions and generalisations about Austr …

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU153 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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