Der Neue Houdini – Teacher’s Guide
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Table of Contents:
In Every Chapter:
- Pre-reading discussion questions / activities
- During and Post-reading discussion questions / activities
- After the reading discussion
- Follow up Activity and/or Reading
Features and Highlights:
- Driving in German
- Good vs. Bad
- Harry Houdini (past tense)
- Harry Houdini (present tense)
- Fast Food in Germany
- Beyond the Text
- Harry Houdini
- The Babysitter
- Good vs. Evil
- Berlins Ampelmännchen
- Hands on activities with manipulatives
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Der Neue Houdini – Reader
Written in Past & Present Tense!
Brandon Brown is dying to drive his father’s 1956 T-bird while his parents are on vacation. Will he fool his parents and drive the car without them knowing and win the girl of his dreams in the process?
The low unique word count and high frequency factor (the number of times core structures are embedded in the text) make this an ideal read for advanced beginning German students. Remember, the principle behind providing this comprehension-based reader in two tenses is NOT to focus on grammar, but rather to focus on the story in the tense in which the reader and/or teacher feels most comfortable. Enjoy the story! The more you enjoy it, the more you will acquire German without even realizing it! Happy reading!
Unique Word Count: 250
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