Wortschatzerweiterung und Grammatik – neue Geschichten Buch Lernstufe 2
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- Author : Marion Techmer, Maximilian Löw
- Binding : Paperback
- ISBN-10 : 3191294708
- ISBN-13 : 9783191294700
- Language : German
- Level : Beginners
- Market : Ages 5-7
- Pages : 40
- Publisher : Hueber Verlag
- Publishing Date : September 2015
- Series : Spielerisch Deutsch lernen
- Size : 21.1 x 0.4 x 29.9 cm
Subject : German
- Weight : 148 g
"Learning German through play: Vocabulary expansion and grammar - New stories - Level 2" supports children in their first years of school in acquiring their first vocabulary and grammar skills in German. Simple and entertaining exercises (e.g. painting, assignment or supplementary exercises) offer an entertaining occupation with the German language.
The content ties in with the children's wealth of experience and everyday life. The exercise instructions are provided with symbols so that children can work through the exercises for the most part without help. The title, which is ideally suited to complement the lesson, is also characterized by a clear structure of the grammar topics with the help of rules, tips and overviews. The clever owl "Evelyn", known from the previous title (" Vocabulary and Grammar - New Stories - Learning Level 1" ) acts as a tipster. Her tips are clearly presented in an information box. The pages "Small repetition" and "What I can already do in German" give the children or the accompanying person the opportunity to measure the learning success and to give positive feedback.
The appendix contains the solutions to all tasks.
• Breakfast break: The indefinite article “ein” and the negative article “keine” in the accusative
• Animals on the farm: The definite article in the accusative
• What do you do on the weekend ?: Verbs: "sleep", "read", "meet", "drive" (verbs with vowel changes)
• School subjects: verb positions and the verb "to find"
• I wash: body parts, verbs with reflexive pronouns
• At school: imperative (prompts)
• Weekly schedule: sentences with time information
• My tasks at home: The verb “must” and the possessive article in the accusative
• In the wildlife park: animals in the forest and personal pronouns in the accusative
• The year: months, seasons and the verb "can"
and much more