Saturday, January 31, 2015

Conference: MIAM 2015






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Conference: AITLA 2015






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Conference: AZCALL 2015



AZCALL 2015

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Conference: ICLDC 4








 ICLDC 4




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Conference: 12th Annual TALGS Conference









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Conference: LLC 2015












LLC 2015



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Thursday, January 22, 2015

German: AATG Scholarship


Know a student who wants to go to Germany? Share these great scholarship opportunities for the 2015 AATG German Summer Study Program with your students!

Szombathy-Toth Scholarship. The AATG is offering one full need-based scholarship to an African-American, Native American, Hispanic, or other minority student of German. This scholarship covers all program costs, domestic airfare, and some spending money. Deadline for application is March 15, 2015.

Need-based Scholarships. Scholarships of up to 25% of the program cost are available to students whose financial need merits such support. Deadline for application is April 15, 2015. 

Käthe Wilson Scholarship. Each chapter of Delta Epsilon Phi may nominate one outstanding Honor Society member for a scholarship that includes all program costs. Deadline for application is February 15, 2015.

Learn more about the AATG Summer Study program and how students can apply for these scholarships at www.aatg.org. 

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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

News: 2015 Indiana Staatskongress


IASG
Indiana Association of Students of German
*Please visit the website to see our new Promo Video!
 
Announcing this year’s Staatskongress - Theme: Ich liebe deutsche Marken!
 
For those of you who have not heard about Staatskongress: It is an annual academic and cultural competition day held at Ball State University. German middle and high school students from all over the state compete in various competitions based on their level of German for ribbons and other awards, such as the overall highest ranking female student, male student and school. Students also attend interactive cultural workshops based on the theme for the year and can earnSprachgeld by speaking German throughout the day. Sprachgeld can be redeemed at the Jahrmarkt for a variety of German related items including chocolate, hats, stickers, and books to name a few. The day culminates in a dance hosted by the Alpine Express band.
 
Save the Date:
Staatskongress 2015: Saturday, February 14th
Ball State University
Registration starts at 8:30 a.m.
Awards and Dance end at 6 p.m.
 
If interested in conducting a workshop please contact:
Erika Cantin at: frau_cantin@yahoo.com
Workshop deadline is: January 31st
 
Registration:
Teachers can register students at: http://indiana.aatg.org/iasg/. Registration deadline is: February 4thTeachers can pay in person the day of the event, or send their payment in with their registration bill with a post mark of February 7th. Please make one check for the whole amount out to the Indiana Association of Students of German or IASG.
Fees are $20 per student (including $1 per student for the Jahrmarkt). Each school also pays the $25 IASG membership fee. These all go toward the catered German themed meal, costs for the Staatskongress, IASG expenses (tax fees, etc.) and scholarships.  We increased the price $1 so we can return to offering two $500 scholarships.  
 
Student Representatives:
Please ask your students if they would like to be a representative of the IASG board or run for an office. Students (and their teacher sponsor), attend meetings to plan the next Staatskongress. We have about 4-5 meetings a year, on Sundays at 1 p.m. at the Host Instiution which will be Warren Central in 2015-16.  Please e-mail the candidate name, school and a picture to iasgerman@gmail.com by February 4th.
 
T-Shirts:
Students can purchase an IASG T-Shirt for $12 in advance and $15 on site. The shirts would be ordered with registration. All profits go to maintain IASG, student scholarships and help keep the price of Staatskongress down for the students.
 
Power Point and Video Entries:
Videos must be uploaded to YouTube, and the link to the video must be sent to Josh Payne at 
IASG.competitions@gmail.com 
 with a time stamp no later than
      11:59 pm (EST), February 4, 2015.
Power Point entries must be sent via email to Josh Payne at 
IASG.competitions@gmail.com with a time stamp no later than 11:59 pm (EST), February 4, 2015.
 
 
      New for this year!
 
Promotional Video:
Please visit http://indiana.aatg.org/iasg/ to see our great new Staatskongress Video produced by our treasurer Matt Meyers!
 
Remind101:
We will be doing Remind101 text alerts to send out teacher updates throughout the day. If you would like to be included in these updates, please text the message @sk15 to the number 81010. It will ask you then to text your name i.e. Frau Mathews.
 
Any questions or if you’d like to help, please contact Nichole Mathews at: nmathews@hse.k12.in.us

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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Jobs: German Sub needed for Muncie Central


For those in Indiana:

Colleagues: Muncie Central needs a German teacher sub for an extended medical leave. Please pass this on to anyone who you think might be interested. Contact: Lheckman@muncie.k12.in.us for more information.

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Monday, January 5, 2015

Jobs: Assistant Professor in German Studies and Film



From SimplyHired.com

Company:University of Massachusetts Boston

Location:Boston, MA

Date Posted:December 1, 2014

Source:Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (MLLC) invites applications for a tenure-track position as Assistant Professor in German Studies and Film beginning September 1, 2015.
We are particularly interested in individuals with a specialization in German and Central European cinema who unite inquiry into formal questions with a nuanced sense of the social context in which films are produced and consumed, and who are well-versed in the literatures and cultural traditions of Germany and Central Europe from an interdisciplinary and/or comparative perspective. Ability to teach courses in other European film traditions a plus. In addition to teaching survey courses and advanced seminars on film, literature, and culture, and contributing to an interdepartmental program in Cinema Studies, the candidate should be able to supervise and teach in a growing German language program. Typical teaching load is two courses per semester; candidates are expected to be productive scholars with active research agendas that will attract extramural research funding.
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French: Conjunctions


For those wanting to brush up on French conjunctions:

http://blogs.transparent.com/french/reader-request-french-conjunctions/


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German: Vorher vs. Vorhin



From Deutsche Welle:

Was man leicht verwechselt: VORHER vs. VORHIN

VORHER = davor; bevor eine Sache geschehen ist

Ich arbeite seit 10 Jahren hier. VORHER war ich selbstständig. 
Wenn ich VORHER gewusst hätte, wie stressig dieser Job ist, hätte ich ihn nicht genommen!

VORHIN = vor einer kurzen Zeit; vor ein paar Minuten/Stunden

Geht sie nicht ans Telefon? Ich habe sie VORHIN noch an ihrem Schreibtisch gesehen.
Die Kollegen aus der Finanzabteilung haben VORHIN angerufen. Du sollst mal zurückrufen.



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German: Mit erst / erst mit


From Deutsche Welle:


Was man leicht verwechselt: MIT ERST vs. ERST MIT

MIT ERST XXX Jahren = FRÜHER als allgemein üblich; FRÜHER als erwartet

Also, ich konnte MIT ERST vier Jahren schon Latein und Altgriechisch. Du nicht?
MIT ERST 14 Jahren hat sie schon über zehn Medaillen gewonnen.
Sie hat MIT ERST 10 Jahren schon mit dem Rauchen angefangen.

ERST MIT XXX Jahren = SPÄTER als allgemein üblich; SPÄTER als erwartet

Meine Oma hat ERST MIT 50 geheiratet.
Ich habe ERST MIT 28 den Führerschein gemacht.
Sie hat ERST MIT 40 angefangen zu rauchen.





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German: Watch German TV online with MediaThek View!



Watch German TV online with MediaThek View!

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German: 11 Bizarre German Words With No English Equivalent




From Business Insider: (Follow the link for the definitions!) - How many did you already know?

1. Sauregurkenzeit

2. Frühjahrsmüdigkeit

3. Geisterbahnhöfe

4. Erbsenzähler

5. Honigkuchenpferd

6. Blaumachen

7. Luftschloss

8. Eselsbrücke

9. Pantoffelheld

10. Zugzwang

11. Backpfeifengesicht
 

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German: 10 Good Reasons to Love Germany (DW)


From Deutsche Welle - some good ways to advertise and advocate for your German program:

http://www.dw.de/ten-good-reasons-to-love-germany/g-18137695

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Language Tree


Epic language tree from MentalFloss:


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German: Wortspiel



From Deutsche Welle:



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German: Sehr Gut vs. Schon Gut


From Deutsche Welle:

SEHR GUT vs. SCHON GUT

Synonyme für SEHR GUT  grandios // großartig // optimal // ausgezeichnet // erstklassig // fabelhaft // hervorragend // fantastisch // überwältigend // ...

Synonyme für SCHON GUT  Aber gerne (doch)! // Bitte. // Bitte schön. // Bitte sehr. // Das war (doch / doch ganz) selbstverständlich. // Es war mir ein Vergnügen! // Gern geschehen. // Gerne wieder. // In Ordnung. // Ist okay. // Kein Problem. // Keine Ursache. // Nichts zu danken. // Okay. // Schon okay. // (Das) geht (schon) in Ordnung. // Aber gerne! // Das war doch selbstverständlich. // Macht nichts. // ...



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Deutsche Sprache Schwere Sprache



From Deutsche Welle:

Something fun to ask your students :)




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Kraftwerk: Writing German Music History (DW)


From Deutsche Welle:

Kraftwerk was founded in the early 1970s in Düsseldorf. The band began developing their pioneering electronic sound in their private studio - and a legend was born. Kraftwerk went on to influence generations of recording artists.

http://www.dw.de/kraftwerk-writing-german-music-history/av-18152251

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Jobs: Assistant Professor, German (Palomar College)



From SimplyHired.com

Assistant Professor, German 
World Languages Department 
Palomar College 

10 months per year, tenure-track position 
Starting Salary Range: $55,015.41 - $86,069.03 annually 
Date Opened: November 3, 2014 
Close Date: January 09, 2015 

Primary Function: The Assistant Professor, German is primarily responsible for teaching a variety of courses in the discipline of German. 

Minimum Qualifications: Must meet one of the sets of qualifications listed under a) through c): 
a) A Master’s degree in German 
b) A Master’s degree in another language or linguistics AND a Bachelor’s degree in German
c) A combination of education and experience that is at least the equivalent of the qualifications in either a) or b) above. You must complete and attach the Application for Equivalency form (www.palomar.edu/hr/equivalency-app/) if you do not possess the specific minimum qualifications as stated above, which includes degrees that have not been awarded at the time of submitting the application. 

Only coursework completed at, and degrees awarded by, accredited institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education will be considered as satisfying the minimum qualifications. 

Diversity Statement: Position requires sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds in a community college. 

To Apply: Visit https://palomar.peopleadmin.com... for full details and required application materials. 

Palomar College is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). 


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Using Games For Formative Assessment


From SmartBrief and Forbes:

There are educators who use game-based learning to conduct regular formative assessments, according to a recent study funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Researchers surveyed 488 educators in grades K-12 and found that 57% use digital games in their classrooms, while 34% reported using them for weekly formative assessments.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jordanshapiro/2014/12/18/study-shows-video-games-impact-on-face-to-face-teaching/

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Jobs: Assistant Professor of Modern Languages & Literatures - Language Education


From SimplyHired.com

Company:Oakland University

Location:Rochester, MI

Date Posted:December 15, 2014

Source:UniversityJobs.com

Summary: The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Oakland University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Foreign Language Education to begin August 15, 2015. Language of specialization open to French, German, Japanese, Spanish. We are seeking an individual with evidence of genuine enthusiasm for teaching foreign language courses and K-12 methodology courses in Foreign Language Education and for coordinating the Foreign Language Education program; the position includes academic advising and all matters related to curriculum development and accreditation. This position offers a competitive salary and full benefits; 2/2 teaching load. Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D., prior teaching experience in elementary or secondary foreign language, prior teaching experience or potential for university-level teaching in foreign language education methods, and a record of scholarly productivity are required. Preferred Qualifications: Foreign language teaching certification highly desirable. Special Instructions to Applicants:: First consideration will be given to those who complete their applications by Tuesday, January 20, 2015. However, the position will remain open until filled. Questions may be directed to Search Chair, Jennifer Law Sullivan at law@oakland.edu. REQUIREMENTS:
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Ed-Tech: Trends for 2015



From Smart Brief and Informationweek.com - Ed-Tech trends for 2015:

Harman Singh, CEO of WizIQ, identifies in this commentary five education-technology trends for educators to be aware of in 2015. They include flipped instruction, device-agnostic learning, assistive technology, mobile learning and personalized blended learning.

http://www.informationweek.com/government/open-government/5-education-tech-trends-for-2015/a/d-id/1318396

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Friday, January 2, 2015

German: Rocky Das Musical (DW)


From DeutscheWelle:

Rocky - Das Musical is the current headliner in ‪#‎Hamburg‬. And how do you find the city?

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