Preschool German resources: adjectives and adverbs

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Echo 3 Grün/Rot K2 Coole Schule E3 Nicht gut genug! School reports

Echo 3 Grün/Rot K2 Coole Schule E3 Nicht gut genug! School reports

Lesson and worksheet linked with Echo 3, chapter 2, unit 3, on the topic of school reports. The worksheet is a starter activity (based on types of words); the presentation contains a starter on 'denn/weil', and the lesson leads towards students' writing their own school reports for their teachers using comparisons. Potentially fun!

By hasslethehog

Echo 3 Rot/Grün K6 E2 Fremdenverkehrsamt

Echo 3 Rot/Grün K6 E2 Fremdenverkehrsamt

A series of three lessons for both higher and lower ability classes, in line with the Echo 3 SoW. Includes worksheet on the structure 'es gibt' with places in town and accusative adjective endings, and a roleplay set in a tourist office. Great for year 9!

By hasslethehog

Kleidung - Adjektive

Kleidung - Adjektive

Gap-fill activity. Vocabulary: Clothes. Grammar: Adjective endings (indefinite, accusative), forms of "tragen", indefinite articles. Task: Fill in the right form of “tragen”, the correct indefinite article (einen, eine, ein) resp. the possessive pronoun “my/your” (meinen, meine, mein/deinen, deine, dein) and the correct adjective ending.

By Dopp

Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe

This engaging resource, inspired by STUDIOCANAL's new animated take on a classic tale, features a series of activities for use in your classroom to inspire pupils to think creatively and demonstrate outstanding communication and problem solving skills. Activities encourage children to engage with the quirky colourful characters in Robinson Crusoe, including Tuesday the Parrot, Scrubby the Goat and Rosie the Tapir, exploring their personalities and their island home using verbal and non-verbal communication effectively. Activities can be used in their entirety or as engaging starter or extension activities in an existing lesson or workshop.

By IntoFilm

Echo 3 Rot/Grün K2 E2 Berühmte Leute - 2 lessons

Echo 3 Rot/Grün K2 E2 Berühmte Leute - 2 lessons

2 full lessons at both higher (Rot) and foundation (Grün) level, based on Echo 3 Rot/Grün - about describing famous people, giving reasons why you like/don't like them (using 'weil'). The worksheet can be used to support in the second lesson.

By hasslethehog

Echo 3 Grün K5 Leute heute E1 Meine Familie (character adjectives/adverbs/comparisons) (2 lessons)

Echo 3 Grün K5 Leute heute E1 Meine Familie (character adjectives/adverbs/comparisons) (2 lessons)

A double-sided worksheet (file makes two A5 double-sided sheets) revising family members, adverbs of frequency and adjectives describing personality. Sentence-builders demonstrate how to compare family members - ends with a fairly amusing opportunity to say things like 'my mum is funnier than your mum!'; And a double-sided lesson of sentence builders describing your own family. Both suitable for lower sets.

By hasslethehog