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Stimmt 1 p34/35 Meine Familie

Stimmt 1 p34/35 Meine Familie

A whole hour lesson focussing on numbers 1-100 and family members. Recapping basic phrases with haben and sein and a mixture of activities across all 4 skills. Differentiated learning outcomes and success criteria with the new GCSE levels on. Instructions in comments under each slide.
chloeb1995
Familie (Family in German) Wordsearch for differentiated instruction

Familie (Family in German) Wordsearch for differentiated instruction

Word search puzzle uses 25 common vocabulary words for the family: das Baby, das Kind, das Mädchen, die Verwandten, der Bruder, der Enkel, der Großvater, der Junge, der Mann, der Neffe, der Onkel, der Sohn, der Vater, der Vetter, die Eltern, die Enkelin, die Frau, die Großeltern, die Großmutter, die Kusine, die Mutter, die Nichte, die Schwester, die Tante, die Tochter. All words include the definite article. 5 versions are included for each of 3 different formats - perfect for any level class and for differentiated lessons (a total of 15 worksheets using 5 different puzzles). Format 1 does not have the word list included on student papers in order to make it more challenging, but the list is included for teacher reference. Format 2 has the word search with the vocabulary list in English; students need to translate the words and then find them in the puzzle. Format 3 has the word search with the list in German; students should translate the words into English and then find the German words in the puzzle.
jer520
Familie (Family in German) Worksheet

Familie (Family in German) Worksheet

Worksheet has pictures of 10 different families. There are 16 sentences describing a family. Students are to indicate all of the pictures for which the sentences are true.
jer520
Familie (Family in German) game

Familie (Family in German) game

Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Each card tells name, position in family & age. Pass out 1 per student (reduce # of families or # of family members to accommodate your class size). Students may offer info about themselves ONLY when answering a question. Students must find all members of their family. When done, each person must introduce a DIFFERENT member of the family.
jer520
Family Tree Template

Family Tree Template

A family tree template with the family members labelled in German. For use with lower ability students.
vickyjk
Familie (Family in German) Sudoku

Familie (Family in German) Sudoku

Sudoku has the names of nine family members in German that need to be filled in so that each row, column and nine-box square contains each of the family members listed. 5 versions included.
jer520
Double Worksheet-Where do you live and where do you come from

Double Worksheet-Where do you live and where do you come from

Used after having introduced " Wohnen" and practiced types of accommodation and areas of living (auf dem Land, an der Küste, etc.) . This worksheet requires an eye for detail and relies on pupils using their other notes for reference. Pupils can tackle these on their own or in pairs (by way of differentiation) It also revisits pets and members of the family. It also practises "kommen aus", since several of my students live in one country, but come from another one.
soddit
German GCSE Speaking -  General Conversation - Theme 1-  Differentiated Questions and answers

German GCSE Speaking - General Conversation - Theme 1- Differentiated Questions and answers

This resource is an example of the General Conversation at GCSE for theme 1. This book is ideal to show students what is expected of them in the General Conversation. Information and questions are colour-coded for foundation and higher level students. Key questions (those using tenses) are starred so that students know which questions they must learn to maximise their marks. The chilli icon is used to document challenge questions, for those students attempting to secure higher level grades such as grade 9. Some questions are multiple-choice, so that questions can be tailored to students' personalities, circumstances and abilities. There are two answer booklets attached, showing students the type of vocabulary needed in each answer. One booklet is for lower prior attainers (Foundation) and is 9 pages long. The other booklet is for higher prior attainers (Higher) and is 11 pages long. The resource also contains a revision activity to help with this. Students practice their speaking by playing expression bingo - students have two minutes and are peer-assessed, to see how many of the sentence starters on theme 1 they can use!
sarahmccarthy86