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Road Trip Europe

Come along with us on an exciting journey learning about Europe! More information to come soon!

  Road Trip Europe    $10/class minimum suggested donation   Teacher: Veronica Bond                                                                   veronicabond@questforaeducationsandarts.com

Road Trip Europe    $10/class minimum suggested donation

Teacher: Veronica Bond                                                                  
veronicabond@questforaeducationsandarts.com

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Country of the Month:  Germany

Song of the Month: "Alle Meine Entchen"

German Game: "Ein, Zwei, Drei, Halt!"

German Words and Phrases: "Guten Morgen"--Good Morning, "Auf wiedersehen,"--Goodbye, "Danke"--Thank you

Facts Learned so Far...

Capitol: Berlin

Varying Landscapes: The Black Forest, Rhine River, The Alps

Predominant Occupations: Service workers: teachers, bus drivers, lawyers, doctors, construction, manufacturing, etc

Food: Sausage and sauerkrautFruit strudel

Traditional Clothing: Lederhosen for the males and Drindl dress for the females

The Nutcracker Doll originated in Germany and became a symbol of luck and a gift given at Christmas

October 16, 2017

Hello Parents,

We had a lively class today! We reviewed our song, "Alle Meine Entchen" and then, we dove right into the World Wars. We read about how Germany was responsible for both wars. We discussed World War II and how Hitler was able to convince the country to persecute the Jewish people. Your student learned about the Allies defeating the Germans. They should be able to name all four countries that made up the Allies.

We learned that Germany was divided after World War II with the Allies controlling different parts of the country. We discussed that the Soviet Union controlled East Germany and did not give them the freedoms that West Germany had. We talked about the building of the Berlin Wall.

German Game: Today, our game was a simulation of the Berlin Wall. The students were numbered off and some were in East Germany and others were in West Germany. I had our East Germans imagine that they were very poor and hungry. They longed for the freedom that West Germany provided its citizens. Two brave East Germans decided to try and sneak across, but the results were less than pleasant. After the game, we learned about the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. We celebrated and carefully broke down our "Wall".

At the end of class, one of our parents came to show us a Mug from Germany and she had Euros to show the class. She shared that all 19 countries in the European Union use Euros as their currency.

Homework: Please have your child complete any pages they have not finished for their copy books.

If your child does not have page protectors or dividers, please get those asap. The copybooks we are compiling will be worth the most points at the end of the school year.

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