German 3

  • German 3A and 3B review the more complicated grammatical structures presented during the first two years. Vocabulary expansion and contemporary topics enable students to increase their speaking and writing ability. Historic and contemporary literature provides an opportunity for students to learn about the German culture. Frequent partner interaction and roleplaying opportunities for students to use the language in practice situations. These skills prepare the student for German 4 and for the AP German course. Parts A and B constitute one full credit of German 3. Students must register for both A and B classes. Students must pass German 3(A) in order to continue into German 3(B). This course is designed to increase the fluency in which students express themselves in German and to develop their ability to understand the language and cultures. It will include advanced grammar topics, writing practice, reading comprehension of literature, listening comprehension, contemporary topics, and speaking practice. The course is conducted in German and students are expected to express themselves in German. Note: Parts A and B constitute one full credit of German 4. Students must register for both A and B classes. AP German Language