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Elaboration (1) ACLGEU012

applying German capitalisation rules to nouns and noticing that the capitalisation of the formal ‘you’ form Sie distinguishes it from sie (she/they)

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU012 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU012

understanding the meaning and use of full stops and commas in German ordinal or decimal numbers, for example, die 8. Klasse; 9,50 Euro; 15.30 Uhr

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU012 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU012

learning to pronounce the German alphabet by singing das Alphabetlied, and using the German alphabet for spelling out names and other words

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU012 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU013

understanding that German has multiple words for ‘the’ and ‘a/an’ according to the gender of the relevant noun, and noticing that the articles for masculine nouns sometimes change (nominative to accusative), for example, Die Frau hat einen BMW.; Der Film …

Elaboration | ACLGEU013 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU013

comparing pluralisation of nouns in German and English, for example, die for plural nouns

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU013 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (8) ACLGEU013

understanding the three German pronouns for ‘you’ (du/ihr/Sie) and when to use them

Elaboration (8) | ACLGEU013 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (10) ACLGEU013

recognising that in German a subject + verb can have multiple English translations, for example, wir spielen can mean ‘we play’, ‘we are playing’, ‘we do play’, ‘we shall/will play’ and ‘we’re going to play’, and applying this understanding when formulating …

Elaboration (10) | ACLGEU013 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (11) ACLGEU013

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

Elaboration (11) | ACLGEU013 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU014

identifying and analysing the purpose, intended audience and key features of familiar texts in German, such as signs, instructions, postcards, advertisements, songs and conversations, and comparing these with texts in own language and culture

Elaboration | ACLGEU014 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (6) ACLGEU015

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

Elaboration (6) | ACLGEU015 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU016

noticing that German and English share many words, for example, Computer, Bus, Taxi and Auto, and understanding that this is a result of historical events as well as the dynamic nature of languages

Elaboration | ACLGEU016 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEU016

recognising that English and other languages have borrowed German words, for example, Hamburger, kaputt, Kindergarten, Glockenspiel and Mischmasch, and comparing how these words are pronounced by German and English speakers

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEU016 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEU016

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

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEU016 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACLGEU016

recognising that the German language continuously borrows and adapts words and expressions from other languages, including English, for example, das Internet, die App, häppi, joggen, shoppen, simsen/texten, Stopp! and Sorry!

Elaboration (3) | ACLGEU016 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (4) ACLGEU016

recognising that German is an official language of the ‘DACHL’ countries (Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) as well as in Belgium, Luxembourg and South Tyrol

Elaboration (4) | ACLGEU016 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEU017

investigating connections between language and significant cultural values or practices in Australia and German-speaking countries, for example, individual rights, shared social responsibility, respect for the environment, Reconciliation, anti-racism, …

Elaboration | ACLGEU017 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (5) ACLGEU017

participating in guided discussion on the nature and role of ‘culture’ and its relationship with language, with reference to German, English and other known languages

Elaboration (5) | ACLGEU017 | Content Descriptions | Years 7 and 8 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACLGEC019

sharing suggestions with peers to organise class displays and events such as a German Kabarett or Karneval (Wer organisiert die Musik?; Wir können Poster machen), and agreeing or disagreeing with a suggestion, for example, Gute Idee!; Das ist/wäre super/blöd! …

Elaboration | ACLGEC019 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (1) ACLGEC019

participating in scenarios related to travelling or living in a German-speaking country, for example, staying with a host family or using transport

Elaboration (1) | ACLGEC019 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACLGEC019

completing tasks involving authentic or simulated transactions, such as shopping for clothes or comparing similar offers for goods in online catalogues on German-language internet sites, for example, Ich möchte diese Hose anprobieren. Haben Sie Größe …

Elaboration (2) | ACLGEC019 | Content Descriptions | Years 9 and 10 | Years 7–10 (Year 7 Entry) Sequence | German | Languages | F-10 curriculum

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