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  1. German Literacy Curriculum

  2. We expect students coming into Second Grade to be able to do the following: • -Recognize alphabet letters (names and sounds), “special” German characters (such as ß, Ä, ä, Ö, ö, Ü, ü) • -Write upper and lower case letters • -Read and write First Grade high-frequency words • -Read a First Grade text fluently. • -Know HOW to write on a piece of paper or in a book (left to right, don’t skip pages, don’t write across 2 pages, write between the lines)

  3. Quarter 1 • Practice reading skills • Reading: „Das kleine Monster in der Schule” • Writing: Introduction to Reading Comprehension/Re-telling a • Story/Sequencing/Picture Stories • Introduction to basic elements of a fictional text (Author, Title, Plot, Beginning, Middle, End) • Basic elements of a non-fictional text. Compare fiction to non-fiction • Grammar: Singular/Plural • Writing opinion pieces/supporting point of view • Expected German reading fluency: 30 wd/min • Spelling words • Oktoberfest (10-18-13)

  4. Quarter 2 • Practice reading skills • Reading: “Spaβgeschichten” • Continue Reading Comprehension/Re-telling a story/Sequencing/Picture Stories • Grammar: Continue Singular/Plural, Punctuation • Start Manuscript • Expected German reading fluency: 50 wd/min • Spelling Words • Writing opinion pieces/supporting point of view • Compare fiction to non-fiction • Theme: Sankt Martin • Theme: Nikolaus

  5. Quarter 3 • Practice reading skills • Reading: “Oh wie schön ist Panama” • Reading: „Im Tierpark“ • Continue Reading Comprehension/Re-telling a story/Sequencing/Picture Stories • Grammar: nouns, verbs, adjectives • Basic elements of a non-fictional text. Compare fiction to non-fiction • Spelling Words • Start Cursive • Compare fiction to non-fiction • Writing with Purpose • Writing an Opinion Piece • Writing informative text to introduce a topic • Expected German reading fluency: 70 wd/min • Fasching

  6. Quarter 4 • Practice reading skills • Reading: “Das Altägyptische Souvenir” • Reading: “Das Monster vom blauen Planeten” • Continue Reading Comprehension/Re-telling a story/Sequencing/Picture Stories • Writing informative text to introduce a topic • Grammar: sentence structure, conjugation, tenses • Spelling Words • Expected German reading fluency: 90 wd/min

  7. Language Acquisition • We use a variety of the following methods to help students acquire the target language: • Stories, “fill in the blanks”, and a variety of worksheets used for themes and/or holidays studied. • “Tobi Fibel” Reading Practice, Decoding • “Grammatikschule” Grammar workbook • “5-Minuten Diktate” Reading, Writing, Listening Practice • “Grundwortschatz” Vocabulary, Spelling, Reading • “Zauberlehrling” Vocabulary, Spelling, Sentence Structure • Reading Comprehension activities

  8. Language Acquisition cont. • We read stories and chapter books by selected in the target language! • Picture walks—looking at drawings before we actually read the text—are used. This allows students to become acquainted with the theme before focusing on the decoding and reading of new vocabulary. The more students have knowledge and command of the spoken language, the easier they can read and write the written language. • Centers for word work and reading. • Visuals (drawings, photos, internet websites, real objects, graphic organizers) are a necessity to help students relate the word with the object or idea itself. • In Progress: • Listening centers where students can hear recorded text in the target language