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

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    Song 2 = Winter Wunderland

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

    • ASSIGNMENT 1 = Watch This "Winter Wunderland" 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 = Watch & Notice The Backgrouund As Sarah Jane Scott Visits A German Christmas Market. Write A Brief Reflection.

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

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

    • ASSIGNMENT 10 = Watch Sarah Jane Scott On A German TV Christmas Special. Listen Carefully To The Conversations Before & After The Song. What Do You Think They Said? Write Down What Your Understood.

    • ASSIGNMENT 11 = Sing the Refrain In Class With Your Classmates (Here Is The Video With Captions)

    • Listen to the Audio Only: "Winter Wunderland" at SLOW Speed

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

    • Freitags = Q3 Grammatik

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