This resource was developed prior to the curriculum redesign in 2015. While it does not align with current learning standards, it may have value as a content source. Teachers may need to make adjustments to ensure accurate alignment with current curriculum:

German 11, version 02 (Print)

This program is designed to teach to communicate in German. As students are not in a classroom setting, where communication can be more easily achieved, the emphasis is given to simulation and role-play activities.

Please note we no longer stock blank audio cassette tapes required for recording oral answers. Students need to provide their own.

PLEASE NOTE: The following textbooks are referred to in this course. Stock may be low or depleted already. Students need to purchase their own from local libraries, publishers, or online book stores:

German/English Dictionary (Random House) (ISBN-10: 0-375-72194-0 or ISBN-13: 978-0-375-72194-6)
Schwarz, Rot, Gold (The German Handbook) (ISBN-10: 0-521-27882-1 or ISBN-13: 978-0-521-27882-9)
Deutsch Heute (Teil 2) (ISBN-10: 0-17-439106-4 or ISBN-13: 978-0-17-439106-7)

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Product Code Quantity Price
Module 1, German 11, version 02 (JGE11A2) ** 7540003551 $23.44EA
Section 1:Describing yourself and others; asking for and giving personal information; making comparisons; describing certain moods and providing reasons; the plural noun; the accusative personal pronoun; the genitive possessive adjective; seitdem; weder . . .noch; the comparative; sprechen uber and accusative; tun
Section 2:Naming clothes and describing what you are wearing; understanding and giving detailed descriptions of people; the indefinite article with adjectives; the plural noun with adjectives; the simple past tense of haben and sein; tun
Section 3:Describing a location; the genitivedefinite article; als (meaning when); wessen
Section 4:Describing the place where you live; giving your opinion about the place; the imperative form; giving the year; gegenuber + dative; an + dative + vorbei; the simple past tense
Section 5:Identifying certain jobs; saying what you intend to do when you leave school; saying if you plan to carry on with your studies; saying you are unsure what you want to do; the dative pronoun; zweieinhalb, etc.; the relative pronoun: der, die, das; the future tense; ob; was; the adjective without an article
** This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.

Module 2, German 11, version 02 (JGE11B2) ** 7540002271 $23.44EA
Section 1:School timetable; describing a typical school day and giving the names of classrooms; giving directions; samstags, etc.; welche; wer, wen, wessen
Section 2:Expressing an opinion about various school subjects; giving reasons for your opinions; saying what you do and do not like; weil; welche; dies; jeder, seit + present tense; the superlative form
Section 3:Giving the names for the various forms of accommodation in Germany; learning about the German system of dividing houses between families
Section 4:Describing your house and your room; seeking andgiving opinion; expressing uncertainty; the definite article with adjectives; the relative pronoun: nominative and accusative singular; nominative and accusative plural; the prepositions and their cases; the reflexive pronouns
Section 5:Giving an opinion, expressing intention, weder (conditional tense)
** This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.
Module 3, German 11, version 02 (JGE11C2) ** 7540003552 $23.44EA
Section 1:Asking or telling someone to do something; helping in a Youth Hostel or a private house; learning the names for dishes and cutlery; offering to set thetable and to help in the kitchen; finding out where things are; the infinite used as a noun: wer, wessen, wem, wen, sollen (present tense)
Section 2:Learning the names of food; offering and requesting various foods; expressing degrees of liking; asking and saying where things go in the kitchen; einige, ein paar, etwas, ein Stuck; mogen; the word order for dative pronoun with a noun; the conditional tense of konnen, mogen, sollen, werden
Section 3:Learning the names of various holidays; describing a holiday; discussing advantages and disadvantages; expressing an opinion; trotz + genitive; ich glaube, daB, ich meine, daB; fractions
Section 4:Asking what kind of accommodation there is in a place and what is available; the pluperfect tense/past perfect tense
Section 5:Making a written reservation at a Youth Hostel, campsite, etc.
**This is a Print-on-Demand product, it is non-returnable.
Module 4, German 11, version 02 (JGE11D2) ** 7540003553 $23.44EA
Section 1:Making a reservation on arrival at a campsite; making inquiries about a campsite; expressing mild shock
Section 2:Saying and understanding what is and is not allowed; durfen (present tense)
Section 3:Saying what you need at a gas station; explaining that something is wrong with your car and asking to have it checked; using emergencytelephones and phoning the automobile club; providing location; erst, da, etwas machen lassen; the dative relative pronoun
Section 4:Train reservations; writing a letter to arrange details of a journey and giving timesof arrival, etc.
Section 5:Learning how to obtain medical treatment in Germany; reporting a loss; describing a lost article
** This is a Print-on-Demand product; it is non-returnable.