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GERMAN Wie sagt man: “goodbye”? Auf Wiedersehen. Mein Name ist Sven und ich bin 15 Jahre alt. Deutsch macht Spaß!
GERMAN Ich lerne Deutsch und du? Was soll ich sagen?
What is your connection to German and Germany? DO YOU... use toothpaste? enjoy the occasional Gummibär? like to wear Levis? enjoy your music on your MP3? watch TV? know the stories of Snow White and Cinderella? or would you like to drive a Mercedes, BMW car or motorbike? appreciate having an airbag in your car? enjoy the comfort your Adidas or Puma shoes give you? DO YOU? All these and more are German inventions……so your connection to German and Germany is actually not that far- fetched. GERMANGERMAN
GERMAN Guten Appetit! Das ist lecker.
GERMAN Unser Projekt ist gut und lustig.
Oktoberfest! GERMAN Eine Party im Klassenzimmer – toll!
Match these famous Germans/Austrian to their picture A) Albert Einstein B) Angela Merkel C) Marlene Dietrich D) Ludwig van Beethoven E) Anne Frank F) Michael Schumacher G) Steffi Graf H) Sigmund Freud I) Marco Reus J) Heidi Klum A.A. B.B. C.C. D.D. E.E. F.F. G.G. H. I. J.J.
Willkommen!Willkommen! Lern Deutsch! GERMAN Donaudampfschiffahrtsgesellschaftskapitän
GERMAN Wir lesen, schreiben, hören und sprechen Deutsch.
einen Ausflug! GERMAN einkaufen und essen
GERMAN Come join us in German! German 10 – Beginners German 20 – Intermediate German 30 – Advanced
German is the most widely spoken language in Europe Germany has the 3rd strongest economy and is the #1 export nation in the world. Studying medicine, business, sciences, art? - German is the second most commonly used scientific language. Germany is the third largest contributor to research and development and offers research fellowships to foreign scientists. German is required/recommended by many undergraduate + graduate programs. Germany financially sponsors over 60,000 international exchanges each year. 1 in 10 books is published in German; so an important language in the world of lit. German-speaking countries have a rich cultural heritage; literature, music, art and philosophy. The German presence on the Internet supersedes most others. Germans are the biggest spenders of tourist dollars in the world. Take German even if you will be in Grade 11 or 12! Do something different next year! GOOD REASONS TO LEARN GERMAN
Take German 10! Register now and start next year ! It’s never too late to start!
3-month exchange program to Germany summer and future employment exposure to a new culture fulfill your second language requirement for university or college entrance use German 30 credits to substitute for Math 30 for entrance to universities an academic course enjoy class community learn independent, with partners/small groups and large groups variety of real life assignments and projects field trips German connects greatly to other fields of studies: Sciences, Math, Art, Music, History, Sociology GERMAN