[German] Multi-Sensory Interactive Group Language Training

Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 1 00:01:24 PDT 2011


Would folks be into doing a movie next Tuesday for German Corner?

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> Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 05:08:56 +0200
> From: rain at meta-mind.de
> To: german at lists.noisebridge.net
> Subject: [German] Multi-Sensory Interactive Group Language Training
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> can recommend [watching] your favorite hacking or philosophy related movies,
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> kann empfehlen deine lieblings hacking oder philosophie filme [anzuschauen]
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> with foreign language audio, and multiple subtitles in eng and ger,
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> mit fremd-sprache ton, und mehrere untertitel in enlisch und deutsch
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> pausing after important scenes [to discuss] translation interpretations,
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> unterbrechen nach wichtigen szenen, [um] die interpretation der uebersetzung [zu
> diskutieren]
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> noticing simmilarities and differences in sentence structure and grammar.
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> bemerken der aehnlichkeiten und unterschiede in satz struktur und grammatik
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> to develop active vocabulary and pronounciation skill,
> picking up new words related to computers, philosophy, technology, sci-fi,
> try spontaneously acting out the best scenes of matrix, tron, star trek, etc...
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> If the subtleties of script, characters, concepts and dialogs are already
> intuitively internalized from past native language viewings,
> attach new words and sounds to the internal representations,
> by consciously focusing on the subtitles and sounds,
> while re-experiencing the emotions connected to the scenes of the movie.
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> it can help a lot for quickly and intuitivly building up of vocabulary
> and "how-words-go-together" sentence structure,
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> forming a reference base, where you can basically swap object, subject or verb,
> with any other words you may have heared or read, relativly easy,
> since english and german are relativly close related, and cultures simmilar.
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> can also be insightful to pick up new metaphors or figures-of-speech
> for abstract concepts and theories already familiar with.
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> has the nice benefit that your new verbal foreign language social self,
> will have the subtle undertone of hacking culture and philosophical
> understanding between the lines,
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> as there are often multiple german synonyms for a single english word,
> sometimes reflecting cultural, intellectual and educational heritage.
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> Viel Freude bei dem Lernen der Sprache!
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