Handbuch Zur Deutschen Grammatik

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List price: $172.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Cengage Heinle
Publication date: 1/19/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.738
Language: English

This intermediate, modular approach to German grammar serves as both a reference handbook and a practice manual. There are a total of thirty chapters. The twenty-four regular chapters provide a presentation of new information, followed by material for oral and written practice including: Grammatik (grammar), Worschatz (vocabulary), Übungen (exercises, self-, and small-group practice), Anwendung (application, in-class group activities), Schriftliche Themen (writing topics), and Zusammenfassung (summary). The six remaining reference chapters consist of grammar presentations through explanations, models, and charts; and Übersicht (summary).

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.

Deceased. Professor Wells received his Ph.D. from Ohio State with a specialization in 19th century German literature. He championed student-centered, communicative learning that made students active partners in the classroom. His numerous publications, including HANDBUCH ZUR DEUTSCHEN GRAMMATIK, are considered by most educators in German as benchmarks in the field of German language instruction.

Word Order
zum Beispiel: Deutschland
Grammatik
Word order in main clauses
Positions of the conjugated verb in questions
Positions of the conjugated verb in dependent clauses
Wortschatz: Beim Lernen.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Beginning the sentence
Zusammenfassung
Present Tense
Grammatik
Present-tense conjugations
Uses of the present tense
Wortschatz: Sind Sie Besserwisser - oder Kenner? (wissen vs. kennen).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using familiar verbs and structures
Zusammenfassung
Present Perfect Tense
zum Beispiel: Wetten, dass?? Grammatik
Principal parts of verbs
Present perfect tense
Wortschatz: Viele Wege f?hren nach Rom.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using the present perfect tense
Zusammenfassung
Definite Articles and Der- Words
Indefinite Articles and Ein- Words
Grammatik
Definite articles
Indefinite articles
Der-words
Ein-words: Possessive adjectives
Der- and ein-words used as pronouns
Wortschatz: Platz da! (Raum, Platz, Ort, Stelle).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Editing your writing
Zusammenfassung
Cases.
Zum Beispiel: Das Leben der anderen
Grammatik
Cases
Regular noun declensions
Nominative case
Accusative case
Dative case
Genitive case
Wortschatz: Mach doch!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Checking for correct cases
Zusammenfassung
Prepositions
Grammatik
Prepositions and contractions
Accusative prepositions
Dative prepositions
Two-way prepositions
Genitive prepositions
Wortschatz: Hol' mir doch bitte die Zeitung. (bekommen, holen, erhalten, kriegen).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Adding information through prepositions
Zusammenfassung
Negation
Grammatik
Kein
Nicht
Kein-... mehr
nicht mehr
Wortschatz: Nichts geht mehr....?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing first drafts and checking for common errors
Zusammenfassung
Simple Past Tense
Past Perfect Tense
zum Beispiel: Die Zauberfl?te
Grammatik
Simple past tense
Past perfect tense
Wortschatz: Komm, wir laufen um die Wette!?bungen
Anwendung
Tipps zum m?ndlichen Erz?hlen: Telling stories
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Choosing precise verbs
Zusammenfassung
Modal Verbs
Grammatik
Present and past tenses of modal verbs
Meanings of modal verbs
Perfect tenses of modal verbs
Future tense of modal verbs
Wortschatz: I mag di! (gern haben, m?gen, lieben, gefallen, gern, Lust haben).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Providing explanations
Zusammenfassung
Reflexive Pronouns
Reflexive Verbs
Selbst and Selber
Einander
Grammatik
Reflexive pronouns
Reflexive verbs
Selbst and selber
The reciprocal pronoun einander
Wortschatz: Entscheide dich doch!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using process writing in German
Zusammenfassung
Infinitives
zum Beispiel: Fu?ball - Ein Spiel f?r Intellektuelle
Grammatik
Infinitives with zu.
Adverbial phrases with um? zu, ohne... zu, and (an)statt... zu.
Infinitives without zu.
Lassen + infinitive.
Infinitives as nouns.
Double infinitives
Wortschatz: Wer hat wen verlassen? (lassen, verlassen, weggehen).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Expressing your own views
Zusammenfassung
Passive Voice
Grammatik
Passive voice
True passive vs. statal passive
Substitutes for the passive voice
Wortschatz: Endlich geschafft!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Practicing the passive
Zusammenfassung
Adjectives
Grammatik
Adjectives without endings
Adjectives with endings
Limiting adjectives
Adjectives governing cases
Adjectives with prepositional complements
Suffixes that form adjectives
Wortschatz: Gut und schlecht.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Making writing more vivid with adjectives
Zusammenfassung
Adverbs
Grammatik
Descriptive adverbs
Adverbs of time
Adverbs of place
Position of adverbs and adverbial phrases
Adverbial conjunctions
Wortschatz: Ende gut, alles gut!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Establishing a sequence of events
Zusammenfassung
Comparative and Superlative
zum Beispiel: Mittagspause
Grammatik
Comparative and superlative forms
Uses of the comparative and superlative
Comparisons with compound adjectives
Other superlative constructions
Wortschatz: H?hen und Tiefen.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Comparing and contrasting
Zusammenfassung
Adjectival Nouns
Part icipial Modifiers
Grammatik
Adjectival nouns
Part iciples as modifiers
Extended modifiers
Wortschatz: Neues entdecken! (lernen, erfahren, herausfinden, entdecken, feststellen).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using extended modifiers
Zusammenfassung
Personal, Indefinite, and Demonstrative Pronouns
Grammatik
Personal pronouns
Indefinite pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Wortschatz: Noch eine Pr?fung?! (nur, erst, ein ander-, noch ein-).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using pronouns in German
Zusammenfassung
Relative Pronouns
zum Beispiel: Tatort
Grammatik
Relative clauses
Relative pronouns
Was and wo-compounds as relative pronouns
The indefinite relative pronouns wer and was
Other forms of relativization
Wortschatz: Kategorien.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using and avoiding relative clauses
Zusammenfassung
Questions and Interrogatives
Grammatik
Yes-no questions
Interrogative words
Indirect questions
Wortschatz: H?r doch auf!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Asking rhetorical questions
Zusammenfassung
Da-Compounds
Uses of Es
Grammatik
Prepositional da-compounds
Anticipatory da-compounds
Uses of es
Wortschatz: Es geht um?es" (es handelt sich um, es geht um, handeln von).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Avoiding some common pitfalls
Zusammenfassung
Subjunctive II
Grammatik
The subjunctive mood
Present subjunctive II forms
Uses of present subjunctive II
Past subjunctive forms and use
Wortschatz: Benimm dich doch mal!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using the subjunctive
Zusammenfassung
Indirect Discourse
Subjunctive
zumBeispiel: Metropolis
Grammatik
Indirect discourse
Subjunctive I forms
Using the subjunctive in indirect discourse
Other contexts for indirect discourse
Other uses of subjunctive I. Wortschatz:?Sagen" anders sagen.?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Using quotations
Zusammenfassung
Imperative Mood
Commands
Grammatik
The imperative mood
Other options for expressing commands
Wortschatz: Simse mir mal!?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Writing with the imperative
Zusammenfassung
Future Tense
Future Perfect Tense
zum Beispiel: Herbsttag
Grammatik
Future tense
Future perfect tense
Wortschatz: Weiter so! (weiter[machen], fortfahren, fortsetzen).?bungen
Anwendung
Schriftliche Themen
Tipps zum Schreiben: Qualifying statements about the future
Zusammenfassung
Reference Chapters
Reference
Noun Genders?
Noun Plurals?
Weak Nouns
Noun genders
Noun plurals
Weak noun declensions.?bersicht
Reference
Conjunctions
Coordinating conjunctions
Two-part (correlative) conjunctions
Subordinating conjunctions.?bersicht
Reference
Prepositional Phrases as Verbal Complements
Concept and usage
Examples in context.?bersicht
Reference
Numerals?
Measurements?
Time
Numerals
Measurements
Time.?bersicht
Reference
Verb Prefixes
Separable prefixes
Inseparable prefixes
Two-way prefixes.?bersicht
Reference
Part icles
Concept
Part icles in use
Part icles as responses.?bersicht
Appendices
Formats for written communication
Spelling, capitalization, and punctuation: Rechtschreibreform 2006
Strong and irregular weak verbs
German-English Vocabulary
Index

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