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KS3 German Simpsons Family Tree

KS3 German Simpsons Family Tree

An activity for beginners German students to practise the basic vocabulary for members of the family, using 'Die Simpsons' family tree. Focus on mein/meine and the link to der/die. Extension task to be completed in exercise book when completed. Used as a 5-10 minute starter with middle-higher ability year 8 beginners German.

By angelarae

Groovy Grammar Games - German

Groovy Grammar Games - German

Struggling to drive home those grammar points? Worried about how to promote accuracy as well as fluency? Make life easier for yourself with this treasure trove of 100 games like Blockbusters, Snakes and Ladders, Bingo, Scrabble, and Dominoes to practise areas such as: articles, case endings, adjectival agreements, object pronouns, verb tenses and agreements, negatives, and word order. Contains: 100 pages of photocopiable board and card games blank masters to be adapted for all levels easy to follow teachers’ notes for 30 games Age: 10 – Adult Level: Beginners to Intermediate (KS2/3/4) Language: German 113 pages

By linguascope

Plurals

Plurals

These resources teach students how to form plurals of nouns in German.

By ftbnemesis

German Vocab Bunting

German Vocab Bunting

German Bunting to print double sided with key vocabulary of English Converted to German. Ideal to laminate, cut and hole punch to hang. In PowerPoint format, to allow you to edit and adapt.

By MorganWhite-OAB

German GCSE - Revision Games - Cluedo - Meine Familie

German GCSE - Revision Games - Cluedo - Meine Familie

This resource contains a set of 12 revision tasks on the GCSE topic of family, a set of suspects, weapons and rooms and an answer sheet. Each task will give students vital practice of vocabulary, grammar and exam skills. The tasks are intended as a whole class game, but can also be used as independent study, homework or extension tasks. All tasks mirror activities the students will have to complete at their GCSE exam. Tasks include: - Grammar activities - Describing a picture - Role play prompts - Reading tasks - Translation into German - Translation into English To play the game: - split your class into teams of four or five students. - print a set of tasks and an answer sheet for each team. - print out one set of suspects, weapons and rooms. - pick a suspect, weapon and room at random and put to one side. - Place the remaining 12 cards face down on a table. - Each team picks one of their tasks at a time. Once the task is completed correctly, they can have a look at one of the cards, which are face down, and eliminate a suspect, weapon or room from their answer sheet They then start work on the second task etc. - First team that can name the correct perpetrator, murder weapon and room wins.

By Languagesresources

Im Klassenzimmer - Introduction to the Dative

Im Klassenzimmer - Introduction to the Dative

This links with Unit 4.4 of Stimmt 1, 'Im Klassenzimmer'. The lesson overview is on Slide 1, with extra information on subsequent slides. This kept my Year 7 class busy for a week! A worksheet is also included.

By Mazarine

Compound Nouns in German.

Compound Nouns in German.

A Powerpoint explaining compound nouns in German. Explanation of the different types and then several examples. A good way of developing reading skills and exam technique for reading papers.

By alastairswift

German Activity Cards

German Activity Cards

Developed by experienced language teachers, these unique reading practice cards are designed for individual, “self-service” use. They can be placed in a Resources Centre, used in class (e.g. for carousel activities) or borrowed for homework. The cards are intended to be printed and laminated to be used again and again. Students help themselves to cards, answer the questions in their exercise book, then mark their work (or their peers’) and write their scores on the record sheet. There is no preparation, marking or duplication for teachers, allowing time to be spent where most needed.

By linguascope

German nouns which are always feminine

German nouns which are always feminine

This is a sample lesson of my Udemy course 'German grammar - gender: is it der, die or das'. The video covers German nouns which are always feminine. The PPT consists of the same slides and can be used instead of the video.

By angelikadavey

German GCSE Survival Kit - Pupil Resource

German GCSE Survival Kit - Pupil Resource

This is a guide for any pupil taking GCSE German. I wanted a small 'survival kit' guide that could slot into a pupil's folder or book that they can reference whenever they are attempting a writing task. This is specifically designed for the new GCSE and I wanted to set the bar at a grade 5. Basically, if a pupil follows the guide accurately, they could achieve a 5/6 in the new GCSE. I have printed it as A5. On one side there are easily useable phrases in the present, pas and future, time phrases, connectives, opinions and comparisons. On the reverse is an example Foundation 16 mark question with an exemplar answer. With this is a "foundation checklist" which pupils can also do whenever they are completing a writing. Show your pupils how you can use both sides to ensure a 5 at GCSE. Enjoy!

By swillard8

AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam and Marking Token

AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam and Marking Token

There are two resources included: 1) A writing exam, based on the format of the AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam. Topics covered include work from unit 1 (me, my family and friends) and unit 2 (technology in everyday life). 2) A marking token for the teacher, that can be edited electronically. Students are traffic lighted according to their scores in each question, so they know how to improve upon their writing scores in the future.

By sarahmccarthy86