Handbuch Zur Deutschen Grammatik: Wiederholen und Anwenden / Edition 3

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This intermediate, modular approach to German grammar serves as both reference handbook and practice manual. The organization of the 30 chapters allows instructors to teach sequentially or in modules, as each chapter is self-contained and can be used in any order. The chapter structure provides a presentation of new information, followed by material for oral and written practice: Grammatik (grammar), Worschatz (vocabulary), Übungen (exercises, self-, and small-group practice), Anwendung (application, in-class group activities), Schriftliche Themen (writing topics), and Zusammenfassung (summary).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780618013432
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 10/20/2006
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 0.71 (d)

Meet the Author

Jamie Rankin is director of the Princeton University Center for Language Study, and coordinator of language teaching and pedagogy in the Department of German. He has been a senior lecturer at Princeton since 1991. After completing a Ph.D. in German literature at Harvard University, he went on to specialize in second-language acquisition and pedagogy in the Department of Second Language Studies at the University of Hawaii. His work focuses on language teaching methodologies and curriculum development; the dynamics of foreign language classroom interactions; and how to train instructors to integrate second-language acquisition research in their classroom preparation and interaction. His research has frequently taken the form of collaborative classroom research with graduate student assistants and instructors in the department, and several of these studies have been published?including two awarded the Unterrichtpraxis' prize for Best Articles of the Year in 1999 and again in 2006.

Professor Larry D. Wells (late) was respected by all who knew him as an outstanding teacher of German who loved the German language and wanted to make it accessible to students. He championed student-centered, communicative learning that made students active partners in the classroom. Professor Wells received his Ph.D. from Ohio State with a specialization in 19th century German literature. His publications, "Literary Texts in Language Instruction," Mitlesen-Mitteilen: Literary Texts for Reading, Speaking & Writing (with Rosmarie T. Morewedge) and Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik, Wiederholen und Anwenden, are considered by most educators in German as benchmarks in the field of German language instruction.

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Table of Contents

1. Word Order zum Beispiel: Deutschland Grammatik:
1.1 Word Order in Main Clauses;
1.2 Positions of the Conjugated Verb in Questions;
1.3 Positions of the Conjugated Verb in Dependent Clauses Wortschatz: Classroom Vocabulary Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Beginning the Sentence Zusammenfassung
2.Present Tense Grammatik:
2.1 Present-Tense Conjugations;
2.2 Uses of the Present Tense Wortschatz: Wissen vs. kennen / lernen vs. studieren Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using Familiar Verbs and Structures Zusammenfassung
3.Present Perfect Tense Grammatik:
3.1 Principal Parts of Verbs;
3.2 Present Perfect Tense Wortschatz: Strong/Weak Verb Pairs: fahren—führen, etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using the Present Perfect Tense Zusammenfassung
4.Cases and Declensions zum Beispiel: Lola rennt Grammatik:
4.1 Cases;
4.2 Regular Noun Declensions;
4.3 Nominative Case;
4.4 Accusative Case;
4.5 Dative Case;
4.6 Genitive Case Wortschatz: Idioms with machen Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Checking for Correct Cases Zusammenfassung
5.Articles and Possessive Adjectives / Articles Used as Pronouns Grammatik:
5.1 Definite Articles;
5.2 Indefinite Articles;
5.3 Der-Words;
5.4 Possessive Adjectives;
5.5 Der- and ein- Words Used as Pronouns Wortschatz: The Nouns Raum / Platz / Ort / Stelle Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Editing Your Writing Zusammenfassung
6.Negation / Imperatives Grammatik:
6.1 Negation;
6.2 Imperatives Wortschatz: Expressions of Negation:nicht, kein, etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing First Drafts and Checking for Common Errors Zusammenfassung
7.Simple Past Tense / Past Perfect Tense zum Beispiel: Die Zauberflöte Grammatik:
7.1 Simple Past Tense;
7.2 Past Perfect Tense Wortschatz: Idioms for gehen Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Choosing Precise Verbs Zusammenfassung
8.Future Tense / Future Perfect Tense Grammatik:
8.1 Future Tense;
8.2 Future Perfect Tense Wortschatz: The verbs weiter[machen] / fortfahren / fortsetzen Schriftliche Themen:m: Tipps zum Schreiben: Qualifying Statements About the Future Zusammenfassung
9.Modal Verbs Grammatik:
9.1 Present and Past Tenses of Modal Verbs;
9.2 Meanings of Modal Verbs;
9.3 Perfect Tenses of Modal Verbs;
9.4 Future Tenses of Modal Verbs Wortschatz: Verbs of Liking and Inclination: gern haben / mögen / gefallen / etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Providing Explanation Zusammenfassung
10.Prepositions Grammatik:
10.1 Accusative Prepositions;
10.2 Dative Prepositions;
10.3 Two-Way Prepositions;
10.4 Genitive Prepositions Wortschatz: The Verbs bekommen / erhalten / kriegen / holen Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Adding Information Through Prepositions Zusammenfassung
11.Conjunctions zum Beispiel: Das Boot Grammatik:
11.1 Coordinating Conjunctions;
11.2 Two-Part (Correlative) Conjunctions;
11.3 Subordinating Conjunctions Wortschatz: Verbs Expressing to think Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing with Conjunctions Zusammenfassung
12.Noun Genders / Nouns Plurals / Weak Nouns Grammatik:
12.1 Noun Genders;
12.2 Noun Plurals;
12.3 Weak Noun Declensions Wortschatz: Animals Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Checking for Correct Genders and Plurals Zusammenfassung
13.Adjectives Grammatik:
13.1 Adjectives without Endings;
13.2 Adjectives with Endings;
13.3 Limiting Adjectives;
13.4 Adjectives Governing Cases;
13.5 Adjectives with Prepositional Complements;
13.6 Adjective Suffixes Wortschatz: Positive and Negative Reactions: gut und schlecht Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing with Adjectives Zusammenfassung
14.Comparative and Superlative zum Beispiel: Mittagspause Grammatik:
14.1 Comparative and Superlative Forms;
14.2 Uses of the Comparative and Superlative;
14.3 Other Types of Comparisons;
14.4 Other Superlative Constructions Wortschatz: Nouns Derived from Adjectives: breit — die Breite, etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Comparing and Contrasting Zusammenfassung
15.Questions and Interrogatives Grammatik:
15.1 Yes-No Questions;
15.2 Interrogative Words;
15.3 Indirect Questions Wortschatz: Verbs Expressing to stop Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Asking Rhetorical Questions Zusammenfassung
16.Personal, Indefinite, and Demonstrative Pronouns Grammatik:
16.1 Personal Pronouns;
16.2 Indefinite Pronouns;
16.3 Demonstrative Pronouns Wortschatz: nur vs. erst / ein ander vs. noch ein Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using Pronouns in German Zusammenfassung
17.Reflexive Pronouns / Selbst and selber / Einander Grammatik:
17.1 Reflexive Pronouns;
17.2 Reflexive Verbs;
17.3 Selbst and selber;
17.4 The Reciprocal Pronoun einander Wortschatz: Verbs Expressing to decide Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using Process Writing in German Zusammenfassung
18.Infinitives zum Beispiel: Casablanca Grammatik:
18.1 Infinitives with zu;
18.2 Adverbial Phrases with um... zu, / ohne... zu, and (an)statt... zu;
18.3 Infinitives without zu;
18.4 Lassen + Infinitive;
18.5 Infinitives as Nouns;
18.6 Double Infinitives Wortschatz: The Verbs lassen / verlassen / weggehen Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Expressing Your Own Ideas Zusammenfassung
19.Da-Compounds / Uses of es Grammatik:
19.1 Prepositional da-Compounds;
19.2 Anticipatory da-Compounds;
19.3 Uses of es Wortschatz: Idioms Used to Express It's about... Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Avoiding Some Common Pitfalls Zusammenfassung
20.Subjunctive (Subjunctive II) Grammatik:
20.1 Subjunctive vs. Indicative;
20.2 Present Subjunctive II Forms;
20.3 Uses of the Present Subjunctive II;
20.4 The Past Subjunctive Wortschatz: Idioms Used to Express to behave Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using the Subjunctive Zusammenfassung
21.Adjective Nouns / Participial Modifiers zum Beispiel: Die Verwandlung Grammatik:
21.1 Adjectives as Nouns; Participles as Modifiers;
21.3 Extended Modifiers Wortschatz: The Verbs lernen / erfahren / feststellen / etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using Extended Modifiers Zusammenfassung
22.Numerals and Measurements Grammatik:
22.1 Cardinal Numbers;
22.2 Ordinal Numbers;
22.3 Units of Measurement Wortschatz: Mathematical Operations Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Conveying Statistical Information Zusammenfassung
23.Seasons, Dates, and Time Expressions Grammatik:
23.1 Expressions of Time;
23.2 Telling Time Wortschatz: Using -mal / Mal / Zeit Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Beginning Sentences with Time Expressions Zusammenfassung
24.Adverbs zum Beispiel: Die Mauer Grammatik:
24.1 Descriptive Adverbs;
24.2 Adverbs of Time;
24.3 Adverbs of Place;
24.4 Position of Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases;
24.5 Adverbial Conjunctions Wortschatz: The Expressions am Ende / zum Schluss / etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Establishing a Sequence of Events Zusammenfassung
25.Particles Grammatik:
25.1 Particles;
25.2 Uses of Various Particles Wortschatz: Expressions with Flavoring Particles Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Deciding When to Use Flavoring Particles Zusammenfassung
26.Relative Pronouns Grammatik:
26.1 Relative Clauses;
26.2 Relative Pronouns;
26.3 Was and wo-Compounds as Relative Pronouns;
26.4 The Indefinite Relative Pronouns wer and was;
26.5 Other Forms of Relativization Wortschatz: Categories of Things Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Using and Avoiding Relative Clauses Zusammenfassung
27.Indirect Discourse / Subjunctive I zum Beispiel: Der Besuch der alten Dame Grammatik:
27.1 Indirect Discourse;
27.2 Subjunctive I Forms;
27.3 Using the Subjunctive in Indirect Discourse;
27.4 Other Contexts for Indirect Discourse;
27.5 Other Uses of Subjunctive I Wortschatz: Verbs Expressing to say Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Quotations Zusammenfassung
28.Passive Voice Grammatik:
28.1 Passive Voice;
28.2 True Passive vs. Statal Passive;
28.3 Substitutes for the Passive Voice Wortschatz: Strong vs. Weak Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Practicing the Passive Zusammenfassung
29.Verb Prefixes Grammatik:
29.1 Separable Prefixes;
29.2 Inseparable Prefixes;
29.3 Two-Way Prefixes Wortschatz: Prefixes be- / er- / ver- Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing with Inseparable-Prefix Verbs Zusammenfassung
30.Prepositions as Verbal Complements zum Beispiel: Eine Collage Grammatik:
30.1 Prepositional Complements to Verbs;
30.2 Prepositions with Particular Verbs Wortschatz: Expressions with sich herausstellen / sich zeigen / etc. Schriftliche Themen: Tipps zum Schreiben: Categories of Writing Zusammenfassung Reference Section

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