Through providing an overview about food habits and the recent trends in the fast food culture in German-speaking countires, students gain knowledge in that field and become more confident in ordering food as they have to practice real world situations. This activity also contains a brief introduction to influences from other countries and cultures as well as immigration.
Students will ask each other about their hobbies and what they enjoy doing during their free time. They will need to be paying attention so that they can present each other's answers.
Students will get to learn about a German holiday for the Warm-up. They will answer questions in full sentences regarding their daily routines.
Students will go through an orientation presentation and quiz to cover the lab rules and philosophies. They will also introduce themselves to the class.
Students will have a “Meet and Greet” party where they will pretend to be the person on their card, such as Heidi Klum. They will introduce themselves and greet other people, taking into account the times of the day and their feelings review the different greetings.
Students will identify clipart figures and assess how they would address them with a question using "Sie" or "du."
Students will answer and discuss questions relating to job interviews and different professions. They will begin to go over learning the names of professions in German.
Students will converse and answer discussion questions related to their typical living expenses and accommodations.
Students will practice telling the time from visual and verbal cues. They will also practice responding to situations with separable prefix verbs.
In this lab, students will practice expressing their likes and dislikes in reference to food. Students will also practice identifying ingredients in certain dishes.
Students will work on their interpretation skills by listening to a news story and explaining what they thought happened. They will later present their findings to the whole class.
Students will practice defending their opinions and beliefs by taking stances on different topics. They will practice being able to explain their reasons for being in each position.
Students must try to formulate questions related to the topics on the bingo card. This is to help the students get to know each other in their target language.
Students will use a budget given by the teacher to create an itinerary of activities to do during a vacation in a German-speaking city.