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.

Be sure to complete the introduction to Schalger Musik course before starting this one!

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Song 5 = Super das es so was gibt

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

    • ASSIGNMENT 1 = Watch This "Super das es so was gibt Music Video. Write A Reflection In Your Composition Notebook.

    • ASSIGNMENT 2 = Complete This Worksheet (Get A Copy In Class Or Print). You May Rewatch The Video As Often As You Need. Staple Into Notebook When Finished.

    • NOTE: You Need This Recording to Complete the Final Exercise on the Worksheet

    • ASSIGNMENT 3 = Correct Your Worksheet Using a Red Pencil and This Answer Key. Do Not Open This Until You Have Written An Answer For Every Exercise On The Worksheet.

    • ASSIGNMENT 4 = Tracking Activity (With Audio) + Reflection

    • ASSIGNMENT 5 = Listen & Guess The Intro. Then Watch Sarah Jane Scott Perform This Song Live On TV (Do You See Her Stumble On The Cobblestones? This Is Why Women Often Pack Their Heels In A Purse To Wear Once They Get To Their Destination)

    • Schlüssel- Do Not Open Until You Have Finished Writing The Assignment #5 Transcript

    • ASSIGNMENTS 6 & 7 = Translate & Correct This Song Into English (Or Your Native Language). ASSIGNMENT 8 = Add Phrases To Your Spiral Notebook.

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    • ASSIGNMENT 9 = Test Yourself In Your Spiral Vocabulary Notebook On Finished Headlists & Old Distillation Lists. Date Everything You Do.

    • ASSIGNMENT 10 = Sing the Refrain In Class With Your Classmates

    • Listen to the Audio Only: "Super das es so was gibt" at SLOW Speed

    • Freitags = Q3 Grammatik

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

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