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  1. Hi there, Has anyone had their student do German 1 with Oklahoma State online www.germanonline.okstate.edu I would love to hear some feedback on what you loved or did not love about it. Thanks Sherid
  2. Updated in post #67 with my review of CLRC's German 1 that I ended up signing DD#1 up for. Please post your reviews of German 1/2/3 if you feel comfortable doing so. Bluebonnetgirl is looking for a German 1 class for her ds for next year. ----------------------------------------- I bumped an old thread on the K-8 board with this question, but thought I might get more feedback here, so I'm cross-posting just my post: I'm looking for online German 1 for my dd#1 who wants to add another language. She does well with live classes & loves languages. Finding a good teacher is key for this kid
  3. My daughter, who just started K, is fairly fluent in German. I work hard to provide a German-rich environment, including German read-alouds, German-language television shows, German-language podcasts, German curriculum materials, etc. At the moment, her favorite German-language things are: Die Sendung mit der Maus The Wissen Macht Ah! video podcast The Lesemaus historical books -- Ein Tag im Mittelalter, Ein Tag im alten Rom, etc. The Sendung mit der Maus web site (http://www.wdrmaus.de/) I'm wondering if anyone has other suggestions, primarily for things she could do on the c
  4. I posted this on the wrong forum by mistake. I'm reposting here. Hope that doesn't irritate anyone. Anyone willing to diagram this sentence for me? "Manchmal fragte ich mich, ob ich mit meinen Augen dieselben Dinge sah wie der Rest der Welt." specifically "wie der Rest der Welt" Thanks so much!
  5. Anyone willing to diagram this sentence for me? "Manchmal fragte ich mich, ob ich mit meinen Augen dieselben Dinge sah wie der Rest der Welt." specifically "wie der Rest der Welt" Thanks so much!
  6. I'm winging it for my dd's high school German III class. We are using a variety of grammar practice books through McGraw, an ancient college text, she's reading Bis Zum Morgengrauen, and using the internet and netflix. I'd like to add a couple of german language history books- especially of Switzerland because she's spending part of next summer there. I'd prefer something written at the equivalent of junior high level. Does anyone have any ideas?
  7. http://www.dw-world.de/dw/0,2142,2548,00.html Found this and it looks pretty nifty. It has 13 min audio lessons (downloadable) as well as grammar or other written lessons (just have to download the pdf files).
  8. Does anyone know of a good German program? Our 7 year old ds wants to learn German. Thanks Lisa
  9. I asked ds's German teacher how they compare and this is the scale she gave...the German she is teaching is the OSU program. I don't know if that translates with all other language programs as there can be vast differences in high school language programs... "I (teacher speaking) would equate the levels about like this: German 1 = A1 - A2 German 2 = A2 - B1 German 3 and 4 = B1 - B2 AP German = B2 – C1" Joan
  10. Those of you who speak another language but no one else in your house does, how do you do it? How do you teach your kids? I'm so super frustrated right now. Ugh. I speak to my kids in German on a daily basis, but not all day (except for the baby). My DH doesn't speak it. I'm using German curricula with the boys. We do it mostly everyday. Yet, they just do NOT move forward. For three years we've been going over the basic conversation when you meet someone. You know, "Hello, what is your name? How are you? How old are you?" and so forth. Both of them sit and stare at me with blank look
  11. I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a study guide for the German SAT subject test? It doesn't seem like there are many options.. Thanks, Joan
  12. Also, any fun online German sites for the kids to explore? This is for ds almost 12 who really wants to learn German.
  13. What are your reasons for choosing this language over others? What resources have you found for learning German with children?
  14. We will have completed a year of Latin in May and all three of my children are excited to begin German because of our family's heritage. I had four years in high school. Has anyone loved the Rosetta Stone program or is there something else out there at the high school level that you have just loved?
  15. If you study (or have studied) German, can you please elaborate on why you chose this language for study? In other words, why German, instead of Spanish or French? Also, how easy/difficult is it to find resources for German study with this language (for a parent with no background in it)? Finally, what have your students' experiences been with "sticking" with German study? We are seriously considering this as our family's choice for modern language study, so all input will be appreciated. Thanks!
  16. I found this great Full Year Debate class with lectures. Algebra tutorials. This course is a first-semester college freshman level physics course available free in its entirety, including 35 videotaped lectures, from the MIT OpenCourseWare project. Western Civ. Scroll down to VOD gold boxes. Thats the free videos. Free Beginning German Class Beginner Italian
  17. Are the new (version 3) levels of Rosetta Stone really equivalent to a year of high school credit each? My 8th grader is moving very quickly through the lessons by spending about 30 min/day on it. He seems to be able to use it; occasionally we'll be chatting about something and he'll blurt out a sentence in German on that topic. I'm just finding it hard to believe that when he's done with level 5 he'll be ready for an AP test, which is what you'd be ready for after 5 years of high school German starting in 8th grade. Maybe I'm skeptical after years of reading that it's not a compl
  18. I found some good downloadable video clips on iTunes. Galileo - a how things work type of program Wissen macht Ah - part science, part why is this the way things are Die Sendung mit der Maus - children's program I also found that I can watch Loewenzahn online. My husband has grown attached to Die Rettungsflieger, which he also watches online.
  19. DD is very interested in languages. She's been excited about latin for a long time but she's also interested in a few other languages: greek, japanese, spanish, german and french. Greek is something she's willing to drop but then there's all the others... She's always thought japanese would be too difficult for her but she was encouraged my a friend to do it. Spanish, she's also willing to drop and pick up in a few years time when she's at college if the worst comes to the worst but that still leaves Japanese, German and French as well as Latin. French is something she's done in school fo
  20. I am trying to decide whether or not to have my rising 11th grader do German online at Oklahoma University (my preference) or just use the RS German that we already have (his preference). He has used this RS before when he was about 12 (not the workbooks, just the cd stuff) and liked it then, but it has just been sitting on the shelf since then. He is considering going to Missouri S&T for engineering and they require two years of foreign language. Right now he has no AP credits or CC classes on his transcript, so I think it would be good to show that he can do well in a class outsi
  21. We are a trilingual family. My husband's native language (Hindi), mine ( German) and English. We both speak our language with our daughter and English to each other. For now, she's 2 and a half it looks like English will be her dominant language overall, then German, then Hindi. One of the reasons to homeschool is to ensure she will be able to grow fluent in both our native languages,too. So how would you approach the logistics of this? I was thinking of hiring a tutor in Hindi, I only understand basic Hindi and don't write it at all. Though my husband makes an effort he's not consiste
  22. Frederike in Persia mentioned that we might do a separate thread on literature suggestions. I'll admit that it is a little frustrating to try to find German books for my kids because so much is either way over their heads or in translation (often from English). So what books have you read/used/liked in German? What books do you think would be common to the literary background of most German (German speaking) adults? I'll start with two kids series that I enjoyed as a German learner. Ich habe einen Freund . . . This is a series about a bunch of different professions from trashman
  23. and I'm not sure what to do. He will be a senior next year. We did Latin for two years, but switched in the Fall to German. My so is interested in choral music and conducting for college studies and as a possible career option, so German is a good fit. I'm not sure what our options are. Rosetta Stone? An online course? (Are there any?) What would you do in this situation? Thanks, Nicole
  24. Since the other thread is primarily French, here is a thread for ideas for these subjects in German. Someone at one time recommended a series from Klett called Terra that looks quite good. I always get stuck figuring out which Bundesland program to order from - anyone German who can help with this? Also, any other recommended materials... My youngest is doing Sachunterricht for 1. Klasse, but I'd like something for my older 2. Their speaking level is around Deutschmobil 2 (A2 European standards) but their understanding is much higher. We're doing Deutschmobil specifically to work on
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