Brandon Brown entdeckt Bayern
Level 1 and up / Novice Low — Novice High
It takes Brandon Brown less than a day to find trouble while on vacation with his family in Bavaria. He quickly learns that in Bavaria, bad decisions, and careless mischief can bring much more than a 12-year-old boy can handle alone. Will he and his new friend, Justin, outwit their parents, or will their mischievous antics eventually catch up with them?
The exceptionally low unique word count and high-frequency factor (the number of times core structures are embedded in the text) in the Comprehension-based™ reader, ‘Brandon Brown entdeckt Bayern’, make this an ideal read for very beginning German students. Each page is loaded with cognates (words that are similar in English and German), recycled vocabulary, and illustrations, which makes this read highly comprehensible.
- Level 1 and up
- 2 versions under one cover: Present & Past Tense
- Unique word count: 334
- Total word count: 6050
- Page count: 76
- Audio recording embedded in the Student and Teacher Bundles
- A 418-page Teacher's Guide is also available!
Brandon Brown entdeckt Bayern Teacher's Guide
Our Teacher's Guides are loaded with resources to enrich the teaching and learning experience.
In Every Chapter:
Vocabulary, cognates, pre-reading activities, comprehension questions, quiz, pre-reading discussion questions slideshow, English assessments
Beyond the Text: Garmisch-Partenkirchen und AFRC, Ettaler Kloster, Italienisches Eis in Deutschland, Oberammergau, Olympiastadion, Partnachklamm, Schloss Linderhof, Schloss Neuschwanstein
Sommer, Sonne, Eiszeit
Features and Highlights:
2 Truths and a Lie, 6 of one, half dozen of another, Achtung! , Am Anfang oder am Ende? , Curtain Call , Doodle Noodle, Emoji Theater, Emotional Roller Coaster, Ist passiert? , Musical Chairs Retell, Reader’s Theater Scripts, Richtig oder falsch? , Story Chunks , The Splits , Wer hat es gesagt?, Wer Sagt Es? , Wer? Was? Wo? Wie?, Which Came First?, Which Sitch is Which? , Zeichnen, Schreiben, Weitergeben! , Zuerst, Dann, Danach