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Elaboration ACLGEU166

specifying a person, object or place using knowledge of the German case system (nominative, accusative and dative), and using definite and indefinite articles, kein, personal pronouns (including man), and possessive, demonstrative and interrogative adjectives …

Elaboration | ACLGEU166 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU166

comparing the meanings and use of the German modal verbs with their English equivalents, for example, Wir müssen eine Schuluniform tragen. Man darf hier nicht essen.

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU166 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (9) ACLGEU166

understanding and applying the ‘verb as second element’ (Wir kommen morgen or Morgen kommen wir) and ‘subject-time-object-manner-place’ (STOMP) word order rules for main clauses (Ich spiele jetzt Basketball.), and realising that German word order is flexible, …

Elaboration (9) | ACLGEU166 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (17) ACLGEU166

extending metalanguage to communicate in German and English, for example, about case, word order and verb tenses (Dativ, Wechselpräpositionen, das Imperfekt, Hilfsverben, trennbare Verben)

Elaboration (17) | ACLGEU166 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU168

comparing German and English language use in similar situations and in texts with similar content such as advertisements, or student blogs about school issues

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU168 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU168

understanding that texts have different purposes (to persuade, to entertain), different audiences (children, adolescents, German speakers, Australians) and different forms (short speech, blog)

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU168 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (5) ACLGEU168

recognising textual conventions popular with young German speakers, such as the use of contractions, abbreviations and acronyms in text messages, for example, 4u = für dich = for you, brb = bin gleich wieder da = be right back, 8ung = Achtung!, dubido …

Elaboration (5) | ACLGEU168 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU169

investigating and reporting on evidence of current and historical influence of German language and culture in the local and broader Australian community, for example, German/Austrian/Swiss place names (Heidelberg, Hahndorf, Leichhardt, Grindelwald), food …

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

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU169

understanding that German, like all languages, is constantly expanding to include new words and expressions in response to changing environments due to globalisation, technology, language shifts and exchange, and intercultural experiences, for example, …

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU169 | 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

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU169

noting that although German grammar has not changed as much as English over the centuries, it did relatively recently undergo changes in spelling and punctuation in the official Rechtschreibreform, requiring, for example, β to be used only after long …

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU169 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU170

discussing the use of appropriate gestures and body language when communicating in German, for example, not putting hands in pockets while talking with someone (as this may be considered rude), and maintaining eye contact

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU170 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU170

identifying changes in own ways of thinking about culture and identity as a result of learning German

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU170 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC173

expressing individual learning goals (Lernziele) in relation to skills and understanding for learning German, for example, Ich möchte unbedingt Deutsch besser sprechen., and monitoring progress towards achieving these goals, for example, Heute habe ich …

Elaboration | ACLGEC173 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC175

creating a web page to provide information for young German-speaking job seekers in different regional and cultural contexts (Farmarbeit in Queensland, Kindermädchen im Outback, Küchenhilfe an der Ostküste), using formats such as databases, charts, maps …

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC175 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC176

comparing lyrics, themes and styles of popular German- and English-language songs, and tracking similarities and differences in genres and modes of expression, for example, by comparing winners of popular television singing competitions in Europe and …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC176 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEC176

investigating popular films, books or computer games in German and English to identify common themes and issues in contemporary imaginative texts

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEC176 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC177

using a familiar text type such as a social media post or a blog to describe an imagined experience such as their first day as an exchange student in a German-speaking community

Elaboration | ACLGEC177 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEC177

creating performances that reflect on significant German or Australian celebrations or historical events, for example, Tag der Deutschen Einheit, Schweizer Bundestag, Maifeiertag, National Sorry Day, Anzac Day

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Elaboration (3) | ACLGEC177 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC178

viewing excerpts of German/English subtitled films, evaluating the effectiveness of the translations, and explaining aspects of culture

Elaboration | ACLGEC178 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years F–10 Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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