German

Course Description
  • Pre-AP German II
    This course engages students in the development of proficiency in all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course prepares students for the Advanced Placement course German Language AP.
  • German II
    In this course a constant review of the skills acquired in German I is maintained. New vocabulary and grammatical structures are added widening the areas of comprehension. The student will continue to develop the four skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing as well as developing more cultural awareness. The students will also connect to other academic subjects such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of German to access new information.
  • Pre-AP German I
    This course engages students in the development of proficiency in all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course prepares students for the Advanced Placement course German Language AP.
  • German I
    In this course the student will develop basic skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. At the first year level, emphasis is on building a strong vocabulary base and on the introduction of grammar and structure. Cultural aspects are presented through videos, reading, and class presentations. The students will also connect to other academic subjects such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of German to access new information.
  • German III
    In this course basic skills are reviewed and expanded upon and listening comprehension is stressed. This course completes the presentation of all tenses and moods of verbs and offers students opportunities to increase their control of grammar presented in German I and II through authentic realia. The students will also connect to other academic subjects such as math, science, and language arts using their knowledge of German to access new information.
  • AP German Language
    This course emphasizes the use of German for active communication. Its objectives are the development of:
    1. a strong command of vocabulary and structure 2. an understanding of spoken German in various conversational situations 3. reading newspaper and magazine articles, contemporary fiction, and non-technical writings without the use of a dictionary. 4. expressing ideas, orally and in writing, accurately and fluently.
    The student may earn college credit for successful scoring on the Advanced Placement Examination.
  • German IV
    In these courses, the student will develop the ability to understand and speak German to the extent of engaging in natural conversation with native speakers. Selections from contemporary authors as well as those from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries are read and used as a basis for oral discussion. In addition, radio, television, and other media scripts are utilized for reading and listening comprehension. German is the language of instruction, although English is used for reviewing grammatical points.
  • Pre-AP German III
    This course engages students in the development of proficiency in all four language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course prepares students for the Advanced Placement course German Language AP.
*International Baccalaureate Program

*German IBSL I, German IBSL II, German IBHL
These courses are for the highly motivated student who wishes to participate in the International Baccalaureate Program. Students may earn college credit for successful scoring on the International Baccalaureate Examination.

*Prerequisite
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