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WL01467 - German 1 B 24252

Course Description
Learning a new language is a multi-faceted experience in which you are introduced to a whole new set of words and ways of expressing yourself with words, along with new cultures formed by people who have been speaking that language for centuries. The German-speaking world spans Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Liechtenstein in Europe, as well as many other parts of the world. In German 1B, you'll be introduced to several common situations in which people describe how to earn, save, and manage money, modes of urban transportation, various seasons and the associated weather conditions, food, clothes, and activities. You’ll also describe various art forms, plays, concerts, and movies. You’ll discuss health and well-being, and travel and tourism. You'll build on what you learned in the German 1A course to communicate by listening, speaking, reading, and writing in German as you internalize new vocabulary and grammar. You'll also learn about some regions of the German-speaking world that the central characters of each unit are visiting. You will build on this semester's work as you advance in your German studies: everything that you learn about a language and the cultures in which it is spoken will serve as a foundation for further learning.

Course will be offered August 15, 2020-July 15, 2021
Registration Contact:
Connie Godfrey

Course Code
Content Area
World Language
Black Hills Online Learning Community
Elke Kuegle
Course Materials
Electronic - Computer and Internet access. Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point or equivalent. Recording device on your computer for practicing and for teacher-submitted audio tasks
Appropriate Grade Levels
9, 10, 11, 12
When Offered
1 Semester (fall) or (spring)
Registration Contact
Name: Connie Godfrey
Phone: (605) 721-4506
Registration Period
Registration for this course is ongoing.