Essential Questions: How might city structure affect daily life? How have history and culture affected the appearance of German cities and towns? How can I ask for and give directions to places in a city?
Objectives: Students will be able to: Conjugate the verb wissen, respond to, ask for and give directions in German, pronounce and write city vocabulary correctly, use the past tense correctly, identify differences and similarities between American and German cities, give commands in German
Agenda: Practice with vocabulary, ask for and give directions to various places, practice forms of wissen and past tense
Homework: Due Mon.: pp. 38-39, Wed.: Quiz on past tense
Students have a white and purple booklet for this unit.
Essential Questions: How do social and cultural practices vary from country to country? What is the purpose of cultural etiquette? What role do food and drink play in a society?
Objectives for the unit: Students will be able to identify in German various foods and beverages, order food and beverages in a restaurant setting, create sentences in German using modal verbs, use definite and indefinite articles correctly and discuss food related cultural customs in Germany.
Agenda: Practice with food and drink vocabulary, text reading with discussion, word and object identification, pronunciation practice
Homework: Unit 6 written test is on Tues. Listening and reading test is on Wed. Due Tuesday, May 28: Alles über mich booklet