Course Description

Germany's cultural "Schlager" music is the theme of this listening project that focuses on one particular American singer who has made a successful career singing Schlager in German in Germany.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome IB German Juniors To Quarter 3

    • PRINT: Quarter Work Plan- Please Staple A Copy Onto The Inside Cover Of Your New Composition Notebook.

    • Start & Complete Each Assignment By Labeling The Top Of A New Page In Your NEW Composition Notebook

  • 2

    Introduction to Sarah Jane Scott- A Pop Singer from Pennsylvania Who Becomes Famous Singing German "Schlager" Songs

    • ASSIGNMENT 1 = Read The Definition of "Schlager". Summarize It In Your Composition Notebook.

    • ASSIGNMENT 2 = Watch This Interview with Sarah Jane Scott (in English) & Write 10 Things You Learn About This Singer.

    • ASSIGNMENTS 3 & 4 = Watch This "Schlager ist Geil" Music Video. Translate The German Lyrics (Posted Inside) Into English (Or Your Native Language). Correct Your Work With Red Pencil When Finished Guessing. Final Task: Add Phrases To Your Spiral Notebook.

    • ASSIGNMENT 5 = Listen to this Audio Recording of the Article: "Was ist ein Schlager?"

    • ASSIGNMENT 6 = Take the Listening Test: "Was ist ein Schlager?" Print & Staple A Copy Of This Test Into Your Composition Notebook. Listen As Many Times As You Need To Write An Answer, But Do Not Look At The Original Text.

    • ASSIGNMENT 7 = Use This Answer Key And A Red Pencil To Correct Your Answers On The "Was ist ein Schlager?" Listening Test.

    • ASSIGNMENT 8 = Translate The Article: "Was ist ein Schlager?" & Add Phrases To Your Spiral Notebook.

    • ASSIGNMENT 9 = Test Yourself On Old Headlists & Distillation Lists In Your Spiral Vocabulary Notebook

    • Finished Early? Practice The 4000 Individual German Vocabulary Words In The Langenscheidt Textbook.

    • No School Next Montag? Start the "Song 1" Course am Freitag.

State Certified German Teacher For 30 Years

Dr. Bogard

The owner and creator of the Time To Learn German website is Eva Bogard, Ph.D. She was born in Manhattan (NYC) to a German mother and a German-American father. She earned her bachelor's degree in foreign languages at snowy SUNY-Oswego and completed her graduate studies in Second Language Education and Instructional Technology at sunny USF-Tampa, where she earned her Master's and Doctorate degrees. She has spent several colorful summers in France enjoying the language and culture in Paris, St. Malo and Tours, but is usually found during her long summer breaks on the beach in Florida, or in the mountains of southwest Germany. Professionally, she is very interested in online hybrid education, especially using instructional technology in both her classroom and online courses to teach foreign languages. Eva is an International Baccalaureate teacher, and a Montessori education enthusiast. She has taught German, French and Spanish, as well as, Information Technology and Business Management over the last 30 years.

Three Purchase Options: Single Resource Purchase, 10-Month Access To All Resources, or Monthly Subscription To All Resources

  • $47.00 / month

    $47.00 / monthAll German Teaching Resources

    Subscribe Now
  • $199.00

    $199.0010 Month Access To All Resources

    Buy Now