Weekly Packet 8German 3

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Unformatted text preview: 1: Weekly Packet 8 German 3 Tuesday, October 5, 2010 Name ___________________________________ A: Hallo, ________. Where are you going? B: Hallo, ________________. I’m going to the bank. A: Great. How do you get to the bank? B: First, I will cross the street and get into my car. A: That’s great! And next? B: I will drive left on Chandler Street and turn right at the corner. A: On which street? B: On Spears street. A: And then? B: Then, I will continue to drive on Spears street until I see the bank on the left! Bye! Bingo: Write sentences with one of the verbs on page 50-51 with müssen with either ich or du. 2: Weekly Packet 8 German 1 Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Name ___________________________________ Speaking Quiz Questions Wohin bist du gestern Abend gefahren? Mit wem? Wie lange bist du geblieben? Was hast du dort gemacht? Um wie viel Uhr bist du zurückgekommen? Town project: You and a partner (you can work alone if you wish; NO groups of 3 or more!) are going to plan a town. Overview, part 1 Dear Students: The council members of Woofwoofbuilding Town have recently acquired a large plot of land. The members of the council would like your assistance in creating a new town on this land. The council will provide funding for 20 buildings in the first year, but it is important that you make wise choices about which buildings should be constructed. Certain buildings are necessary — a school, perhaps, and a fire station, a gas station, a grocery store, a residential building (such as an apartment complex), an office building, restaurants, and so on. I know that this task will be difficult, but I want you to do your very best to carry on this discussion in German! Use very little English! If there is a particular word you don’t know, try and use another German word that you know that would be similar. If all else fails, use English for that word. For each building that you choose, answer the following questions in German: Warum brauchen wir _________________ _________________________? Wieviele Arbeiter wird _______________ __________________________ beschäftigen? Wieviele _____________________brauchen wir? Next discuss locations for the various buildings in German. Consider such questions as, "Wo ist eine logische Stelle für _____________ ______________________________? Warum? ” Explain your answers. Think of the following: A grocery store on the outskirts of town? An elementary school next to a jail? A library near a school? Four grocery stores next to each other? A school on the opposite side of town from residential areas? A shopping mall in a sparsely populated area? A park next to a neighborhood? 3: Okay, it is time to get started! First, decide on the 20 buildings (Gebäude) or places (Plätze)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course GER 301 taught by Professor Chandler during the Fall '09 term at Grand Valley State.

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