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German Storytime 'Der Kleine Drache Kokosnuss und das Geheimnis der Mumie'
In this 3-week class students listen to the book 'Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss und das Geheimnis der Mumie' read by a native speaker. Class is for students who are fluent in the German language (for their age). Discussions will be in German.
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Once per week
over 3 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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In this Storytime I am going to read 2-3 chapters of the book 'Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss und das Geheimnis der Mumie' (The small dragon Coconut and the mummy's secret) by Ingo Siegner in every meeting. We will discuss words and content in German. This class is only for learners that are fluent (for their age) in the German language. I will not translate the stories into English. This said, if questions about the meaning of a word arise, we might translate single words to make sure that...
- listen to the story in German read by a native speaker - are immersed in the German language - ask questions when they don't understand words or the meaning of a paragraph - get comfortable speaking the german language in a safe and non-judgmental environment - discuss the content of the story - will be seen and heard when questions arise - will develop stronger language skills - will have fun sharing their thoughts and ideas - will make friends in a class that have the same interests
Annika is a native German speaker. She grew up in Germany and has a bachelor's degree in teaching math and art. She now lives with her husband and two sons in California.
Only in the last session leaners will need an extra device for the Kahhot Quiz about the whole book that the children love to play.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
'Der kleine Drache Kokosnuss und das Geheimnis der Mumie' by Ingo Siegner
Annika HaymanLearning means ‚Being Alive‘
77 total reviews
72 completed classes
Hi! I am Annika, the mother of two wonderful boys and a believer of the theory that learning comes naturally. Only when kids and adults are interested in something, learning occurs. If we humans are forced into something, fear and anxiety will...