388 pages! This comprehensive guide is a teacher’s best friend!
See details under ‘Description’.
IN EVERY CHAPTER
Pre-Reading Vocabulary Activities
Pre-Reading Discussion Questions Slideshow
Bayerische Küche Slideshow
Bücher und Lesen Slideshow
Bundesländer Slideshow & Map
Deutsche Jugendliche Slideshow
Die Flaggen Slideshow and Activities
Reading “Falkenhof Schloss Rosenburg”
Reading: Blue Danube
Reading: Die beliebtesten Sportarten der Welt
Reading: Die Donau
Reading: Gerichte – seltsam oder anders?
Reading: Regensburger Spectaculum
Reading: Roger Federer
Research Project: Ratisbona
SMS (Texting) in German
Was ist die Frage zu dieser Antwort?
Was ist die Frage zu dieser Antwort? Slideshow
FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
Reader’s Theater Scripts
Social Media Share
Sort it out
2 Truths and a Lie
Marker Partner Game
“Placement Test” Activity
Text Scavenger Hunt
Am Anfang oder al Ende?
TEACHER’S GUIDE TO ACCOMPANY-Mysteriöse Nächte in Regensburg
Supernatural fiction, This reader is written in mixed tenses and includes present tense, perfect (conversational) past tense, and narrative past tense.
Unique Word Count: 174
Kevin used to have the perfect life. Now, dumped by his popular girlfriend, Kevin leaves for a summer in Germany with his best friend, and his life seems anything but perfect. Taking classes he can’t understand, living with a very odd host-family, trying to get the attention of a girl with whom he has no chance, and dealing with a guy who has a dark side and who seems to be out to get him, Kevin escapes into a book and enters a world of long-ago adventures. As the boundaries between his two worlds begin to blur, Kevin discovers that nothing is as it appears…especially at night!
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