Welcome to Exploratory Languagewith Ms. PoeSpanish, Latin, GermanMiddle School
I teach Exploratory Language to almost all 8th grade students in Chambersburg. I am at CAMS South on the odd days and CAMS North on the even days. So, I see my students every other day. This is a half-year course.
One of the major goals of this class is to give students a taste of the three languages taught at the high school level in Chambersburg. Learning anything new is exciting and studying about other languages and cultures is fun!
Students will learn some of the common words and phrases in Latin, German, and Spanish. We will also investigate how the study of other languages can increase our English vocabulary.
German- These are some of the words you will need to know for German. They may not be in order.
1. Deutsch - German
2. Deutschland - Germany
3. Hallo - Hello
4. Wie heisst du? - What's your name?
5. Ich heisse... My name is ...
6. Guten Morgen - Good morning
7. Guten Tag - Good day
8. Auf Wiedersehen - Good-bye
9. Wie geht's? - How's it going?
10. Ganz gut - Quite well
11. Sehr gut - Very well
12. Willkommen - Welcome
Die Zahl (number)
1 eins 11 elf
2 zwei 12 zwolf
3 drei 13 dreizehn
4 vier 14 vierzehn
5 funf 15 funfzehn
6 sechs 16 sechzehn
7 sieben 17 siebzehn
8 acht 18 achtzehn
9 neun 19 neunzehn
10 zehn 20 zwanzig
Please utilize these links to practice pronunciation and meaning of vocabulary.
www.languageguide.org/german/vocabulary/ (Practice vocabulary while listening to pronunciation)
www.wheelockslatin.com (Great place to go for basic Latin pronunciation practice)
cisspanish.webs.com/7thgrade.htm (for telling time Powerpoint)
www.storyboardthat.com/lesson-plans/researcher/basic-spanish-introductory-conversation (example of a storyboard in Spanish)
www.spanishlanguageguide.com/spanish/vocabulary/colors.asp (the colors in Spanish)
www.wiegehtsgerman.com (to practice German)