This course uses the Living Language method to teach whole language German. Students begin speaking German immediately using essential words and phrases, and then progress to full sentences and, finally, to actual conversations.
The Living Language method follows a four point approach to learning a foreign language: building a foundation of essential words and phrases, advancing to full sentences and conversations, practicing with recall exercises aimed at both short and long term memory, and developing practical language skills to equip the student in any situation.
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Complete all "Work Out," "Word Builder," "Word Recall," "Drive it Home," and "Practice" exercises, as well as the unit quizzes and the 10 tests. The daily assignments are to be graded by the instructor (answers are found in the textbook); tests will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS). An audio CD player is required.
|Subject: German 1|
|Suggested Grade: 7th - 12th|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit (if taken at the high school level)†|
|Course Materials: boxed set (textbook, notebook, and 3 audio CDs) and 10 tests*|
|Primary Text Details|
|Title: Living Language German: Essential|
|Authors: Christopher Warnasch and Helga Schier, eds.|
|Publisher: Random House|
|Softbound: 255 pages|
|ISBN: 978-0-307-47852-8 (boxed set)|
|* Item published by Christian Liberty
† If course taken prior to 9th grade, credit may be awarded (upon request) once student is enrolled in high school