This is one of our Weekly Brick units that are designed to provide specific building blocks for German students and teachers to work with for a week. These weekly German units feature a different theme each week and offer various types of exercises for different types of learners.
Some of the materials are worksheets (W); others are blog articles (B), flashcards (F), online exercises (O), powerpoints (P), reading texts (R), videos (V), or webquests (WQ).
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Article Endings: chart of German articles in all cases.
Articles: a timed battery of 50 common nouns and their genders. (O)
Articles: Who bites whom? Subject vs. Direct Object. Helps students understand that the noun at the beginning of a sentence is not necessarily the subject in German. (O)
Articles: choosing the correct gender based on the noun suffix. Although these are NOT foolproof, they can help. (O)
Genders for common noun suffixes
Articles: Choose the correct article forms in the sentences (nominative, accusative, dative), particularly in German sentences that don’t start with the subject. (O)
Articles and pronouns: online exercise with family vocab. (O)
Articles/pronouns: fill-in-the-blank exercise (Deutsch Heute Kap. E – 4). (O)
Articles: German articles of nouns found in Deutsch Heute Einführung only. (O)
Masculine definite articles: practice just the masculine definite articles in the nominative, accusative and dative. Also helps students to develop a more intuitive feel for German sentence patterns. (O)
Feminine definite articles: practice just the feminine definite articles in the nominative, accusative and dative. Also helps students to develop a more intuitive feel for German sentence patterns. (O)
Neuter definite articles: practice just the neuter definite articles in the nominative, accusative and dative. Also helps students to develop a more intuitive feel for German sentence patterns. (O)
Articles (definitive and indefinite): timed online exercise; accusative and dative objects. (O)
Article endings (nom./accus./dat.): with and without prepositions. (O)
Article endings (dative/accusative): acc. and dat. prepositions and dative verbs. (O)
Article and adjective endings: two of the most common article and adjective endings are m and n. Which one do you need: m or n? (O)
Nouns/Articles (Einführung – Kapitel 2): flashcards, practice articles for nouns. (F)
Articles of compound nouns: Nestduftwärmebindung (B)