Treasure Hunt - Pirates and space themed plenary for all subjects

Treasure Hunt - Pirates and space themed plenary for all subjects

A lovely plenary game for your class at the end of the class. Split the group into 3 / 4 teams. Give each group a white board. Give the class a sentence (or word) to translate. The first group to show their completed sentence can pick a number on the board. Behind the numbers there might be treasure ! A coin = 1 point. A treasure chest = 3 points.
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World Cup 2018 - Fußball Weltmeisterschaft: German - Soccer / Football Activity Pack

World Cup 2018 - Fußball Weltmeisterschaft: German - Soccer / Football Activity Pack

Get through the World Cup weeks by enabling your students to talk about 24 football-related pictures during various suggested activities. This Soccer/Football activity pack contains a PowerPoint presentation, cue cards, 32 different Bingo mats and a vocabulary list, as well as a multi-player board game to encourage speaking and learning through play. In an attempt to accommodate my colleagues in various parts of the world I am including files in different formats, i.e. letter/A4 and tabloid/A3 and using UK/US terminology. Should I have unintentionally missed any words, please do not mark me down in a review. Rather feel free to contact me and I shall work with you to remedy this asap. Formats and terminology used are always made clear in a filename, e.g. ‘soccer’ refers to US/CA, ‘football’ refers to the UK terminology. If no format is mentioned, then the file is in the A4 format. If no language clue is included then the file applies to the English spoken or taught in the country of the website :) Please kindly respect the time it took me to construct the enclosed sheets. Fairness deal: I will keep my price low. In return please be fair to me and do not pass this resource to colleagues unless you or your school have purchased the multiple licence for this resource too. Thank you. :) If you like these, please leave me a review and follow me to see what else is new in my shop at any time. ©MosaiK
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Pupil Collective Response Marking Template

Pupil Collective Response Marking Template

This is a great way to save time marking, yet provide detailed feedback to the whole class. Headings can be adapted, but they focus on the main aspects of improving pupils’ work, such as what they did well, how they can improve, along with grammar and spelling issues, along with praising those in the class that went above and beyond. This can be used in any subject.
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Animals and Pets

Animals and Pets

This is a one-page worksheet which practises understanding vocabulary to describe pets and animals.
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German - Pets - Powerpoint plus Happy Families Speaking and Listening Card Game

German - Pets - Powerpoint plus Happy Families Speaking and Listening Card Game

This is a powerpoint which introduces pets vocabulary in German - how to ask and answer the question ‘Hast du Haustiere?’ Following the powerpoint there is a ‘Happy Families’ Card Game on the topic of pets. Simply print out the card slides and cut into cards. Full instructions are included as well as prompt / help sheets which can be printed or displayed. There are two version - the easy version requires pupils to use simple sentences such as ‘Ja, ich habe eine Katze’ or ‘Nein, ich habe keine Schlange’. The extended version requires giving description such as colour, size and eye colour. This is a great way to practise speaking and listening skills and covers several different teaching points: asking questions, negatives, pets vocabulary, descriptions.
CrookedSteeple
Dass

Dass

These resources introduced and practise using “dass”.
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Dass

Dass

This is a one-page grammar worksheet which practises using “dass”.
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German - Haustiere / Pets - Board Game and Powerpoint - Speaking and Listening

German - Haustiere / Pets - Board Game and Powerpoint - Speaking and Listening

This is a speaking and listening activity for the topic of pets. A powerpoint is included, introducing the German words for pets and how to answer the question ‘Hast du Haustiere?’ There are also helpsheets provided (including plural forms). Full instructions for the game are in the presentation, including ideas for how to support, extend and differentiate. Simply print slide 4 or slide 5 (the boards) for each small group of 2 - 4 players. Laminate or print on to card for increased durability. Each group will need a dice - a template is provided within the presentation to be cut out and assembled. Players take it in turns to move around the board asking and answering questions. A fun way to practise speaking and listening skills as well as vocabulary. Going through the vocabulary and playing the game is enough for the main part of a lesson on this topic. This is also a good revision activity.
CrookedSteeple