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1 GERMAN 2 Winter 2015 INTRODUCTORY GERMAN 9L : MWF 8:45-9:50, Th 9:00-9:50 10 : MWF 10:00-11:05, Th 12:00-12:50 Eric Miller Dartmouth Hall 330 Classroom: Dartmouth Hall 213 Office hours: Mo 11, Th 10, aba Required Books Robert Di Donato, Monica D. Clyde, Jacqueline Vansant: Deutsch: Na klar!, 6th edition (McGraw-Hill, 2012). ISBN [available at Wheelock Bookstore] On-Line Resources Deutsch: Na klar! Online Learning Center: Textbook Audio, Lab Audio Program, Vocabulary Quizzes, Grammar Quizzes, and ActivityPak. (The website for the first four is then click on "Student Edition". The website for ActivityPak is then click on "Student Edition".) We will use Lab Audio only at the very beginning of the course, for a review of German pronunciation (Aussprache). The rest are integral parts of your daily use of the textbook. Any exercise with a "headphones" icon has a listening portion that you will find in Textbook Audio. ActivityPak and the Quizzes are part of your daily homework assignments. To type the special German characters in the online exercises, look to the scroll-down menu in the upper right-hand corner (sometimes the bottom center) of the exercise's page. To submit your ActivityPak homework results to me, go to "report", then "save", then the saved page to me (at my gmail address, please: Mac users will need to maximize the page in order to see the "report" link. To submit your Quiz results to me, go to the bottom of the "Results Reporter" page (it pops up after you submit your answers), and the results to me (again, at my gmail address, please: Lexinomicon and DartDrill each contain the same set of computer exercises that are coordinated, chapter for chapter, with Deutsch: Na klar!. DartDrill is a website you use on-line; Lexinomicon has to be downloaded to your computer, but is much prettier. Links may be found at the bottom of the German Department homepage. They, too, are part of your regular assignments, but it has no reporting mechanism, so that all Lexinomicon/DartDrill assignments are on the honor system. The Lexinomicon/DartDrill exercises are superior to the ones provided by your textbook, so I urge you to be diligent about this part of the daily homework. Especially useful are the Vocabulary (Wortschatz) exercises at the end of each Kapitel. Grammar Review is a resource that will become ever more

2 useful to you as you progress in German. It contains fuller explanations of various grammatical forms and structures, organized around grammatical categories and sub-categories. It is a very, very useful tool for reviewing grammatical concepts, say, before an exam. A link may be found at the bottom of the German Department homepage. Professor Bruce Duncan's Fall 2014 German 1 Syllabus contains numerous links to helpful and entertaining websites. It is well worth exploring. (Professor Duncan is the German Department's ewizard. He created Lexinomicon, DartDrill and Grammar Review, as well as Annotext, which you will come to love when you take higher-level German courses.) A link may be found at the end of the Fall 2011 German 1 course announcement on the German Department website. Course Requirements Attendance. First and foremost, you must come to all the classes. More than two unexcused absences will adversely affect your grade. (Objectively speaking, of course, even one absence will hurt you, since you won't have learned the material.) Drill sessions. These are an essential and required part of the course. More than two unexcused absences will adversely affect your grade. They will begin on Monday, 12 January 2015, and meet four times a week, either on the same day as class, i.e. Monday-Wednesday-Thursday-Friday, at 7:45am, or on Monday- Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday at 5:20pm, each in a location to be announced. Please arrive on time! (That goes for class, too.) Oral Preparation. Come to class prepared. This means being ready to participate and perform in the oral exercises assigned for that day. Remember: "oral" does not mean "written-lite"! As often as not, an oral assignment is more, not less, work than a written assignment. If you feel and look like a deer in the headlights when I call on you, then you did not prepare properly. Written homework. Written homework from the textbook is due on the day for which it is assigned. Late homework will be marked as such, and too many of them will adversely affect your grade. Homework is about learning the material, so there are two possible grades: "done" and "not done". (Well,... three, actually, since there is also "done late".) All written assignments must be hard-copy, either print-outs or hand-written. (This is for my personal convenience: correcting with a red pen onto paper is still much faster than those electronic textediting programs.) They must also be double-spaced, so that I have room for corrections. If we go over a written assignment orally in class, I welcome self-corrections, since you will remember the correct answer much better that way than you would if you just glance at my corrections for one nanosecond a day or two later. Therefore, written homework will be handed in at the end of class. Online homework and quizzes. The on-line homework is to be submitted electronically and must be completed before the class for which it is due. For the details on how to submit them, see

3 above, under "Deutsch: Na klar! Online Learning Center". Ideally, you will submit them well before 8:45 am, so that I can check before class, to see what people are having trouble with. The on-line quizzes are always listed under "after class" for that class whose material they are quizzing. They are to be completed after class. In-class quizzes. Almost every day, class will begin with a very short (2 or 3 minutes) quiz, generally on grammatical forms or on vocabulary. (If you are late to class, you miss the quiz.) Communicative Tasks. Among the goals of each chapter of Deutsch: Na klar! is to be able to perform a basic communicative task. The task is announced in the syllabus at the beginning of each chapter. For the oral communicative tasks, the test will involve a one-on-one enactment of that task, in a short dialogue with the Resident Advisor of the Max Kade Center, with me listening. It will take place during the drill session on the day of the chapter test. Written communicative tasks will be due on the day of the chapter test. Group learning. Language is a social skill: people learn languages much better in groups. I thus encourage you to work together as much as you want, especially on the oral assignments. All graded written work should be your own, however. The boundary between group learning and cheating (or at least being a free rider) can be theoretically vague, but in practice it is almost always pretty clear: if you're just getting the answer without really learning it, then it's not group learning. Grading Course grades will be based on attendance and performance in class and drills, on homework, quizzes, chapter tests, the midterm examination, and the final examination. Language learning is cumulative, cognitively hierarchical, and largely a matter of consciously developing semi-conscious habit-patterns. Thus, in a language course there is no substitute for staying on top of the material from day to day and working hard throughout the term. If you come to class well-prepared every single day, you will almost certainly get a very good grade. If you try to cram it all in during the last week of the term, you will almost certainly not get a good grade.

4 LEHRPLAN Woche Eins 1. Montag, d Course Business. Overview. 2. Mittwoch, d Review of German 1. German 1 Final Exam IIIA, IIIB, VII, IX, X, XI. ehandouts on Grammatical Forms Lab Audio Longterm Project The Lab Audios for Einführung through Kapitel 8 each have a section at the beginning on "Aussprache" (pronunciation). Yes, you went through them in German 1, but pronunciation practice never stops. So, start working through them again now. Do three every night until you reach Kapitel 8. Then start over. 3. Donnerstag, d Review of German 1. same as above. 4. Freitag, d Kapitel 6. Communicative Task for Kapitel 6: (This one will be prepared and performed in pairs.) You and a friend want to go out to a restaurant in Germany. You discuss what kind of food you would like to eat. Then you go to the restaurant. Ask if there is space for you at a table, then get the attention of the server and order something to eat and something to drink. When the server asks if you want anything else, tell her (Alke!) that you need a fork, knife, spoon, or napkin. Tell her something about how the food and/or drink tastes. Finally, request and pay the bill. Wortschatz ( ) Learn it now! : Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: Analyse, Aktivität 2. Oral: Aktivitäten 1, 3. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2, 3. Oral: Übung 4. ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, Was paßt zusammen? wo/wohin; in. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 1, Grammar Quiz 1.

5 Woche Zwei 5. Montag, d Kapitel 6. Thema 2 ( ) Written: Analyse, A, B; Aktivität 5 Oral: Aktivitäten 6, 7. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 5, 6, 7, 8. Oral: Übung 9, 10. sentence elements, prepositions. an/auf; wohin mit den Sachen; wann/wohin; time expressions; intransitive/transitive. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 2, Grammar Quiz Mittwoch, d Kapitel 6. Thema 3 ( ) Written: Bilder, Aktivitäten 8, 10. Oral: Aktivität 9. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 11,13(A+B),14,15. Oral: Übungen 12, 16. past tense. war/hatte; simple past modals. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 3, Grammar Quizzes 3 and Donnerstag, d Kapitel 6. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen: Die Soβe (199). Written: Zum Text A, B ( ). After class, test preparation: review Wortschatz in Kapitel 6. Das kann ich nun! (203) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the chapter test. Review everything we've learned! [Communicative Task exercise during drill, for afternoon drills.] 8. Freitag, d Kapitel 6. [Communicative Task exercise during drill, for morning drills.] CHAPTER TEST. Woche Drei Montag, d No class today: MLK Day.

6 9. Mittwoch, d Kapitel 7. Communicative Task for Kapitel 7: Strike up a conversation with the person next to you on the plane to Berlin. Start by discussing the weather, then go on to talk about how you spent the last two days at home and about what you will do for the next two days in Berlin. Wortschatz ( ) Learn it now! : Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: A, Aktivität 1. Oral: Aktivität 2. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. Oral: Übung 5. ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, das Gegenteil. coordinating conjunctions. coordinating conjunctions; sondern/aber; gehört; some weak (regular) verbs; more weak verbs; even more weak verbs; strong->a; strong->e; strong->o/u/ie[ei]; verbs ending in ieren. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 1, Grammar Quiz 1, Donnerstag, d Kapitel 7. Thema 2 ( ) Written: Aktivitäten 3, 6. Oral: Schritt 1, Aktivitäten 4, 5. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 8, 10, 11. Oral: Übungen 9, 12. present perfect I and II. irregular weak verbs; separable verbs; inseparable verbs; more inseparable verbs; auxiliary: sein; present perfect. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 2, Grammar Quizzes 2, Freitag, d Kapitel 7. Thema 3 ( ) Written: A, B, Aktivitäten 7, 8, 9. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 13, 14, 15. Oral: Übung 16. comparative. genauso; comparatives; bei uns ist es besser; more and more; lieber. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 3, Grammar Quiz 5.

7 Woche Vier 12. Montag, d Kapitel 7. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen: Vergnügungen (231). Written: Zum Text A,B,C (231). After class, test preparation: review Wortschatz in Kapitel 7. Das kann ich nun! (233) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the chapter test. Review everything we've learned! 13. Mittwoch, d Kapitel 7. [Communicative Task exercise during drill.] CHAPTER TEST. 14. Donnerstag, d Kapitel 8. Communicative Task for Kapitel 8: You re sick or injured. Tell the doctor what hurts and/or describe your symptoms. Tell her how you usually stay fit and healthy. Ask her what you should do. Answer her questions. Wortschatz ( ) Learn it now! : Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: A, B, Aktivität 1. Oral: Aktivität 2. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2, 5, 6, 7. Oral: Übungen 3, 4. conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 1, Grammar Quiz 1, Freitag, d Kapitel 8. Thema 2 ( ) Written: A, B, Aktivitäten 3, 4, 5. Oral: Aktivität 6. Grammatik ( ) reread !!! ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, Was paßt zusammen? ich weiβ, daβ; weiβt du, ob; ich weiβ; ich glaube; weil; wenn; dependent clauses; ich weiβ nicht. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 2.

8 Woche Fünf 16. Montag, d Kapitel 8. Thema 3 ( ) Written: A, B. Oral: Aktivitäten 7, 8. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 8, 9, 12. Oral: Übungen 10, 11. reflexive pronouns. sich erkälten; reflexives; more reflexives; sich wünschen; reciprocity; Körperteile. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 3, Grammar Quiz Mittwoch, d Kapitel 8. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen: Sage mir, was du iβt... (255). Written: Zum Text A,B,C (256). After class, midterm preparation: Lexinomicon review Wortschatz in Kapitel 6,7,8. Das kann ich nun! (259) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the test. Review everything we've learned! Keep working on the Review Sentences! 18. Donnerstag, d Review for the Midterm. Review Sentences: compare my translations with yours. If they differ, is your translation also correct? If so, why? If not, why not? Bring all your questions to class! Freitag, d No class today: Winter Carneval. Woche Sechs 19. Montag, d Midterm. [Communicative Task exercise during drill.] MIDTERM EXAMINATION

9 20. Mittwoch, d Kapitel 9. Communicative Task for Kapitel 9: 1. Check in at a German hotel. Say what kind of room you ll need, how long you ll stay, and what amenities matter to you. Ask what there is to see and do in the city. 2. In your room, call the front desk and complain about at least three things that are out of order or are not to your liking and say what you want instead. Wortschatz ( ) Learn it now! : Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: B, C, Aktivität 1. Oral: A, Aktivität 2. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2, 3, 5. Oral: Übungen 4, 6. sentence elements, genitive prepositions. Namen im Genitiv; Genitiv (mit Fragen); wessen; prepositions. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 1, Grammar Quizzes 1, Donnerstag, d Kapitel 9. Thema 2 ( ) Written: Bilden Sie Sätze! (265); Aktivitäten 3, 4. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 7, 8, 9, 10. Oral: Übung 11. ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, das Gegenteil. adjective endings; more adjective endings; genitive phrases. After class: Vocabulary Quiz Freitag, d Kapitel 9. Thema 3 ( ) Written: A, B; Aktivitäten 5, 7 (For A7, give directions to four different locations.) Oral: Aktivitäten 6, 8. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 12, 13, 15. Oral: Übung 14. adjective endings. mehr Genitiv (mit Endungen); even more adjective endings; unpreceded adjectives. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 3, Grammar Quiz 3.

10 Woche Sieben 23. Montag, d Kapitel 9. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen: Die Gitarre des Herrn Hatunoglu ( ). Written: Zum Text A,B,C,D (284). After class, test preparation: review Wortschatz in Kapitel 9. Das kann ich nun! (287) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the chapter test. Review everything we've learned! 24. Mittwoch, d Kapitel 9. [Communicative Task exercise during drill.] CHAPTER TEST. 25. Donnerstag, d Kapitel 10. Communicative Task for Kapitel 10: You are at the ticket counter at Frankfurt am Main s Hauptbahnhof and need to buy a round-trip ticket to Hamburg. 1. Ask for the ticket, giving your destination. 2. Answer the questions you re asked. 3. Ask if you have to change trains; if so, ask where. 4. Ask when the next train departs. 5. Ask when you will arrive in Hamburg. 6. Ask how much the ticket costs. Wortschatz (318) Learn it now! : Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: A, Aktivitäten 1, 2, 4. Oral: B, Aktivität 3. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2 (Schritt 1), 4, 5, 6, 7. Oral: Übungen 2 (Schritt 2), 3. ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, Was paßt zusammen? comparative and superlative. superlatives; more superlatives. After class: Vocabulary Quizzes 1, 2, 3; Grammar Quiz 1.

11 26. Freitag, d Kapitel 10. Thema 2 ( ) Written: Ergänzen Sie! (295), Aktivitäten 5, 6. Oral: Aktivität 7. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 8, 9, 10, 11. After class: Grammar Quiz 2. Woche Acht 27. Montag, d Kapitel 10. Thema 3 ( ) Written: Wo ist das? (298); Aktivitäten 8, 9. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 12, 13, 14, 15. After class: Grammar Quizzes 3, 4. simple past tense, past perfect. irregular weak ( mixed ) verbs in the simple past; strong verbs in the simple past; more strong verbs in the simple past; separable verbs in the simple past; simple past; more simple past; even more simple past; als/wenn/wann; past perfect; translations (in the simple past). 28. Mittwoch, d Kapitel 10. Grammatik ( ) review the simple past tense! review the simple past tense! review the simple past tense! 29. Donnerstag, d Kapitel 10. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen: The American Dream ( ). Written: Zum Text A,B,C,F (315-7). After class, test preparation: review Wortschatz in Kapitel 10. Das kann ich nun! (319) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the chapter test. Review everything we've learned! [Communicative Task exercise during drill, for afternoon drill.]

12 30. Freitag, d Kapitel 10. [Communicative Task exercise during drill, for morning drill.] CHAPTER TEST. Woche Neun 31. Montag, d Kapitel 11. Communicative Task for Kapitel 11: (Written assignment, 100 words or more.) Describe what your plans for the next twenty (20) years of your life are. Use the future tense. Use as many relative clauses as you can. Wortschatz ( ) Learn it now! Lexinomicon: Wortschatz is a good way to do it. Alles klar? ( ) Written: A, B. Thema 1 ( ) Written: Aktivitäten 1, 2. Oral: Wie stellen Sie sich Ihr Berufsleben vor? (322); Aktivitäten 3, 4. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 1, 2. ActivityPak/Wörter Matching, Lückentext, Artikelsuche, Was paβt zusammen? future tense. future; future modals; wohl; tenses; more tenses; even more tenses; After class: Grammar Quiz Mittwoch, d Kapitel 11. Thema 2 ( ) Written: Welcher Beruf paβt zu welcher Beschreibung? (325); Aktivität 5. Oral: Aktivitäten 6, 7. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 3, 5, 6. Oral: Übung 4. relative pronouns. fragt, ob sagt, daβ; relative clauses (nom, acc, dat, gen); relative clauses; more relative clauses. After class: Vocabulary Quizzes 1, 2; Grammar Quiz 2.

13 33. Donnerstag, d Kapitel 11. Thema 3 ( ) Written: Eine Bewerbung (329); Aktivitäten 8, 9, 11. Oral: Aktivität 10. Grammatik ( ) Written: Übungen 7, 8, 9, 11. Oral: Übungen 8, 10. negation. negations; more negations; even more negations; was für. After class: Vocabulary Quiz 3, Grammar Quizzes 3, Freitag, d Kapitel 11. ActivityPak Lesen, Kultur, Videoclips. Lesen Abi 2009: Rein ins Leben (343). Written: Zum Text 1 (343). Lesen Sara, 22 Jahre... (344). Written: Zum Text 2 A,B,C,D (345). tenses (review a-l). After class, exam preparation: review Wortschatz in Kapitel Das kann ich nun! (347) is a good way to check whether you're ready for the Kapitel 11 portions of the final examination. Review everything we've learned! Keep working on the Review Sentences! Woche Zehn 35. Montag, d Review for Final. [Communicative Task written exercise due in class.] Review Sentences: compare my translations with yours. If they differ, is your translation also correct? If so, why? If not, why not? Bring all your questions to class! 36. Mittwoch, d Review for Final (optional and only if needed). More work with Review Sentences.

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