German, College (odd years)
Prerequisite: A “C” average in German 5-8 OR a “B” average or better in German 3-4
This course is a dual-credit course through the University of Washington German 103. The same curriculum is taught as at the UW, and students are encouraged to sign-up for 5 UW credits (which are awarded if they pass the class). Purchasing the 5 credits is optional, but every student will have College German on their transcripts. Students are also eligible to apply for the German-American-Partnership Exchange Program (every other year). Fee: Fall 2019 UW 5-credit tuition
- Students will explore the German language and grammar through various topics: food, fairy tales, childhood, sickness, and travel. Cultural topics include Holidays such as Halloween, Christmas and Easter, as well as continued music videos every Wednesday.
- No culture credit! Students will be creating and running their own German Club as a class project.
Theory of Action
As a World Language department, we are committed to ensuring that our students have authentic experiences with the language and culture which will help them be successful inside and outside of the classroom. It is our ongoing mission to create engaging learning environments that are intentionally planned to motivate students to become insightful thinkers and effective communicators.