Deutsch 101: Stunde 19

Deutsch 101: Stunde 19

Outline plan:

  • Aktivität 2. Supplementary translation questions:
    • I carry the luggage [tragen = to wear, to carry]
    • I always carry the luggage
    • I only carry the luggage [only = nur (Kapitel 2!)]
    • I bring the luggage along
    • I bring my parents along
    • I bring the pork along
    • I bring the train station along
    • I eat
    • I eat something
    • Maybe I’ll eat something [Use present tense!]
    • I eat pork
    • I only eat pork
    • I eat some pork [“etwas” means “some” in this context]
    • I’ll probably eat some pork [Use present tense!]
    • I eat the train station
    • I always eat the train station
    • Maybe I’ll eat the train station [Use present tense!]
    • Probably I will eat the train station [Use present tense!]
    • Anna smiles
    • Maybe Anna smiles
    • The pork smiles
    • In Ann Arbor, there is a train station
    • There is pork in the [im] luggage
    • There is always pork in the [im] luggage
    • Why is there always pork in the [im] luggage?
    • I only understand train station (Remember this expression from the Im Deutschunterricht handout!)
  • Overhead: Was ist stereotypisch deutsch? Was ist stereotypisch amerikanisch?
  • Overhead: bestimmt/sicher/wohl/wahrscheinlich (Rotate partners in two facing lines; one line is Deutsche, the other AmerikanerInnen)
    • Note the Sprache im Alltag box on p.81 and its explanations of “bestimmt,” “wohl,” etc.
    • Remember that if a verb has a stem-change, the stem-change only happens in the 2nd and 3rd person singular (i.e. the du- and er/sie/es-forms). So: du isst, but ich esse; du siehst, but ich sehe; du trägst, but ich trage etc.
  • Listen to the Anlauftext [pp. 82-83 in the eBook] and do Aktivität 5
    • Versteht sie etwas von Politik? von Fußball? = Does she know anything about politics/soccer? [Literally: Does she understand something of…]
  • Aktivität 7 (Partner): Replay the text, then do the activity.
  • Overhead: “Die typische Studentin.”
    • Instructor reads statements from the overhead (without showing it); students decide in groups if these are typical of a student
    • Instructor shows the overhead; class discusses what was/was not “typisch”
    • Students describe themselves based on the prompts on the overhead, e.g. Ich stehe um 9 Uhr auf; Ich schlafe nicht in meinen Kursen; Ich rufe meine Familie jeden Tag an; Ich lerne in meinem Zimmer etc.
    • Note the stem-changing verbs in many of these questions!
  • Choose from the following two activities