Primary German resources: history

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IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

Resources to develop Ab Initio / Standard / Higher German exam skills in the Reading / Writing and Speaking exams. Included: Cultural starters to develop pupils intercultural competence and knowledge. Paper 2 Writing help, frames and guides Paper 1 Reading guide and practice questions Speaking activity to develop picture description

By swillard8

Bank of German Cultural Starters

Bank of German Cultural Starters

Here are 12 cultural starters to teach elements of culture at KS3 and 4. This is an easy way to get your pupils thinking about German culture for their GCSE. Topics: Places in Germany/Austria/Switzerland Music Food Traditions Clothing History Buildings Enjoy!

By swillard8

Germany's State Flags Outline Colouring Sheets

Germany's State Flags Outline Colouring Sheets

Full set of 16 black line master German state flags that students can colour in. Ideal for a unit on German geography, a German Day activity, creating a wall display, etc. A summary table that can be printed on A3 paper to guide the students in their colouring.

By Jaegster

Berlin Wall Lesson (or two)

Berlin Wall Lesson (or two)

One lesson on the Berlin Wall, which includes: * Spontaneous speaking and/or writing * Historical information * German vocab to do with lifestyles in East and West Germany * Worksheets to bring students up to speed with capitalism, communism and the history of German after WWII * Differentiated resources * Lesson plan

By IndieSinger

Fall of Berlin Wall

Fall of Berlin Wall

Students explore the emotions and feelings of East and West Germans when the Berlin Wall was built and when it came down. Reading comprehension of an authentic Internet source for teenagers. For the starter, use post its. Students draw a smiley or a sad smiley on their post it and stick it on the board under their favourite emotion.

By HentschelSophie

Diamond Jubilee Card Sort in 3 Languages

Diamond Jubilee Card Sort in 3 Languages

This is a card sort activity to create a timeline of the last 60 years. Sheets to be printed and cut up. Use English and /or pictures to match to French, German or Spanish and then to dates. Timeline then could be drawn for display or in exercise books. Or made into PowerPoint, as required!

By madame_droite

Persecution of jews - a timeline

Persecution of jews - a timeline

Used with my yr9 CLIL group, this works well as part of the Bystanders lesson. Print off the strips and give to pupils at the front to hold. There then ensues a (very heated) discussion when pupils are asked to rank each event from worst to least worst. Great for giving students the 'bigger picture' about persecution of Jews worldwide.

By khutley