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German Subject pronouns, Grammatical terms and regular verbs

German Subject pronouns, Grammatical terms and regular verbs

65 slide powerpoint. Explains terms like cognate, 1st - 2nd - 3rd person, singular, plural, familiar and formal. Introduces subject pronouns in German; activity to practice the choice of subject. Explanation of conjugating regular verbs with wohnen as the sample. Activity to practice verb conjugation.
jer520
GERMAN VERBS 25 MUST-HAVE VERBS REFERENCE LIST #1

GERMAN VERBS 25 MUST-HAVE VERBS REFERENCE LIST #1

PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN YOUR CLASSROOM! Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential GERMAN verbs. I’ve found that the lists are a great learning support resource, and they’re really popular with students too. They work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. This list is a collection of 25 high-frequency verbs that I work with in the beginning to intermediate stages of GERMAN learning programmes. They include regular and irregular verbs, some modals, and both separable and inseparable verbs. They are all in the infinitive form - it's an important step in learning is to ensure that students quickly develop a useful vocabulary bank, are able to recognise GERMAN verbs, and are confident with the meaning of those verbs in English - at that point we can move swiftly on to looking at conjugation and using the verbs in a communicative and practical context. Students shouldn't take on the task of learning 25 verbs all at once though - this is more of a longer-term reference resource that students can use to audit their developing GERMAN verb vocabulary. I’ve also gathered together three further collections of 25 ‘must-have’ verbs which you can download for free too. You might also be interested in my verb conjugation reference tables too, which are also free to download. There are two alphabetical lists - one GERMAN-ENGLISH, and one ENGLISH-GERMAN, as I’ve found that students prefer to have both as a reference resource. This resource is offered freely, but please read the TERMS OF USE carefully, as it is copyright. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM LERNEN!
LivelyLearning
Stimmt 1 Mod 1 Meine Welt ist wunderbar- personality traits lesson

Stimmt 1 Mod 1 Meine Welt ist wunderbar- personality traits lesson

A whole lesson (instructions for each activity on notes under slide) practising how to describe your personality using the vocab from Stimmt 1 mod 1 p14 and 15. Pupils use tally charts, class research and a mixture of reading and listening exercises to fully understand how to describe themselves. Sheets for tally charts at end of PPT but can be done in book.
chloeb1995
Stimmt 1 Unit 1: Sein and 1-19

Stimmt 1 Unit 1: Sein and 1-19

This is a 1 hour lesson practising numbers 1-19 and introducing sein and the personal pronouns. Lesson plan, PPT and a worksheet are all included- extension task on worksheet can be set for homework if necessary. To be used with 'the German number song 1-20' or 'the sein song' at the end of the lesson to get it to stay in their heads! Can be used with Stimmt 1 p8- but not necessary.
chloeb1995
German Weak Verbs in Present Perfect Speaking and Writing Practice

German Weak Verbs in Present Perfect Speaking and Writing Practice

Provide additional writing and speaking practice for students new to the present perfect tense in German! I use this set in my German 2 classes during the 1st semester after we have learned the basics of the present perfect tense of weak verbs. I use this set to get students to start discussing weekend activities, so they start building comfort with vocab as well as tense. This 11 page set focuses on common German weak verbs and seeks to get kids writing and speaking. Set includes: 1. 10 worksheets - with 10 simple weak verb prompts for students to write into the past tense 2. An activities and directions sheet for the teacher 3. An assessment page Please follow me for more products :) Other relate resources: 1. Big Bundle: Present Perfect Weak Verbs Beginner Practice 2. German Strong Verbs Games Bundle: Present and Present Pefect Tenses 3. German Strong Verbs Games Bundle: Present and Present Pefect Tenses
Busybugsy
Nationalities Twins speaking activity in 5 languages

Nationalities Twins speaking activity in 5 languages

Activity is in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Twins activities are mixers (students out of their seats, mingling with a purpose). There are 15 unique sets of twins. Each student sheet has 5 statements. Students mingle, trying to find their twin. Replies to the statements are either me too or not me in the target language. Topics covered are the verb to be and nationalities. Activity focuses on speaking and listening skills.
jer520
Year 7 German describing yourself and others (sein + adjectives)

Year 7 German describing yourself and others (sein + adjectives)

* A week's worth of lessons * Several activities that actively engage students and reduce teacher talk to a minimum * Fun practice activities plus a worksheet to embed * Students finish by creating a role play asking and answering questions about family and friends * Enables students to understand which conjugation to use when naming individuals * Lesson overview is in the Notes pages of Slide 1 * Buzzers game explained in detail (our students *love* this activity) * Progress against objectives is clearly signposted * Homework clearly laid out with links to a Quizlet designed for these lessons
Mazarine
Introduction and Greetings in German

Introduction and Greetings in German

German for Absolute Beginners or Year 7. This Powerpoint show includes speaking activities and a few reading activities on the vocabulary listed below. It also includes the grammar point of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular of the regular verbs 'heißen' and 'wohnen'. The following vocabulary is included: - Guten Tag - Hello/good day. - Hallo - Hello. - Ich heiße - My name is - Wie heißt du? - What is your name (informal)? - Wie heißen Sie? - What is your name (formal)? - Wie geht's? - How are you? - Nicht schlecht - not bad. - Und dir? - And you? (informal) - Und Ihnen? - And you? (formal) - Gut, danke. - Fine, thank you. - Tschüss - Bye. - Auf Wiedersehen - Goodbye. Pictures have been taken from Clipart where possible.
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