High School German II
Students in this course will continue to develop communication skills in German. German 2 introduces more advanced grammar concepts, including the conversational and narrative past tense forms, the dative case, and more complex sentence structures. Students will also continue to learn about the geography and culture of German-speaking countries. This class includes 30 hours of live online instruction per semester, designed to develop students’ skills in reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Fall 2020 Registration for this Course Opens on February 27.
Maximum Enrollment: 15
Tuition per Semester: $330
Early Registration Discount (before June 1): 10% off!
Class Meets: TBD
Fall '21 - Spring '22 Registration is Open!
Jennifer Pack, B.A.
Jennifer Pack started learning German as a high school student in southern California, and had the opportunity to spend two summers living with a German family, where she fell in love with the people and the history of Germany. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis, with a dual major in German and Secondary Education. She spent a year at the University of Tuebingen in southern Germany, studying German language, history, and theology. After graduation, Jen began teaching German to middle and high school students in public schools.
Jen and her husband, Chuck, live near Nashville, with their five children, ages 4-18. Jen loves to cook exotic foods, spend time with her kids, and raise chickens and Great Danes.
Shawn Barnett, M.A.
Shawn Barnett has taught Latin, history, and theology at Immanuel Lutheran School, Alexandria, Virginia, since 2017. Previously, he taught 5th grade at Seven Oaks Classical School in Ellettsville, Indiana. Mr. Barnett has a Master of Arts in Systematic Theology from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, having also studied for two semesters at the Lutherische Theologische Hochschule in Oberursel, Germany. Beginning in the fall of 2021, he will pursue doctoral studies at the University of Hamburg where he has been granted a fellowship in the program Interkonfessionalität in der Frühen Neuzeit. Mr. Barnett is married and has two young children.
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