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Field Trip to a German Christmas Market (Learners of German, Beginners)
Join us as we take a virtual field trip to spend "day at a German Christmas Market". We will learn about common foods and handcrafts found at a German Christmas market, what they are called in German, and how to order them in German.
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Every year in the winter time, so-called "Christmas Markets" or "Weihnachtsmärkte" pop up all over Germany. These are open-air festival/farmer's market type gatherings in town squares featuring booths selling traditional German holiday foods and handicrafts. Christmas markets generally start popping up in November and remain in place several weeks, until January. Join us on a virtual field trip to a German Christmas Market to learn more about this yearly German tradition. Day 1 Agenda 1. The...
- Learn how to make purchases and order food in German - Learn what a German "Christmas Market" is like - Learn about traditional German handicrafts and foods prevalent in the winter time.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Christianity has been the dominant religion in Germany for centuries, so Christianity plays an integral part in many German traditions. German Christmas markets are rooted in the practice of celebrating the Christian holiday of Christmas. Although aspects of Christmas may be touched on, this class does not seek to discuss Christmas or Christianity in detail. It aims to provide a factual and unbiased description of the practical aspects involved in the German tradition of Christmas markets.
Carlie SitzmanExperienced Language Teacher and German/English Translator
169 total reviews
124 completed classes
Guten Tag and welcome to my page. I am excited to practice language with you! Having lived in both Germany and the United States, I am bilingual in German and English. As a German-English translator, ESL teacher, and German teacher, I have spent...