• Vocabulary and Culture Grammar
    Unit 1: Future Tense
    Family tree: My family in 20 years
    future tense using present tense + time expression vs. future tense using "werden"
    Unit 2: Active/Passive Voice
    Newspaper headlines: Identify actice vs. passive voice
    translate/write newpaper headlines
    passive voice using "werden" in present, present perfect, and simple past tense
    Unit 3: Direction vs. Location
    Vacation: Where were you vs. where have you gone to; travel routes; travel agency skit:
    making suggestions, expressing conviction, doubt, and resignation; schon mal vs. noch nie
    2-way-prepositions determining location vs. direction
    Unit 4: Simple Past Tense (Imperfect)
    learn usage: written past tense
    turn present perfect tense into Imperfect and vice versa
    "Nur fuer dich" Wise Guys: Identify different tenses
    Imperfect; Present Perfect Review
    Conditional form: Wenn ...., (dann) .....
    Unit 5: Innercity stores, institutions, sites & jobs
    Map with new city stores/businesses
    Learn jobs: Verkaufer/in, Angestellte(r)
    store items: vocab
    German business cards: Read & identify store/business/institution
    Make a German business card incl. German address-format
    Noun "Angestellter" used like an adjective
    Unit 6: Body parts, ailments/accidents
    review and add-on vocab
    reflexive verbs
    dative vs. accusative reflexive
    schon mal/noch nie-Krankenhaus etc.
    Unit 7: Poems
    Max & Moritz
    Der Erlkonig (mit Musik " Dalia Lama/Rammstein)
    all grammar topics included
    Unit 8: TV and Relative Clauses
    German TV magazine; channels and stations, TV vocab
    Write a summary with relative clause
    relative clauses
    Unit 9: How important is looks?
    Aussehen und Kleidung-was ist in?
    halten von
    da- und wo-compounds
    infinitive clauses: anfangen/bereit sein/vorhaben
    giving reasons using weil/damit/um...zu
    Unit 10: Relationship to others
    essay-writing incorporating various grammatical structures
    Verhaltnis zu
    ordinal numbers
    genetive case
    expressing possessiong using datave and genetive case
    Subjunctive: waere/hatte/ wuerde + action verb