Primary German resources: part time jobs

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Crossword on Jobs/Professions in German

Crossword on Jobs/Professions in German

This crossword makes a brilliant starter to revise or teach jobs and careers. My students have always really enjoyed the challenge! It is also great for cover work. There is some support for weaker students at the bottom of the second page.

By aimeevs3

Teenagers und ihr Geld - teenagers and money (lesson 1 - Willkommen bei mir!) new GCSE 2018

Teenagers und ihr Geld - teenagers and money (lesson 1 - Willkommen bei mir!) new GCSE 2018

This is a whole lesson power point, the first out of two on "teenagers and pocket money", useful for the new GCSE examination 2018 (it can be included in the unit Willkommen bei mir Kapitel 4 from the Stimmt 1-9) . Pupils will first familiarise with vocab such as I spend money on, I save money on etc... through some games, then they will explore the use of "um...zu" and discuss what they do with their pocket money in a variety of tenses.

By antmfl

Jobs: German Vocabulary Card Sort

Jobs: German Vocabulary Card Sort

This is a card sort to help students learn words for jobs (40 words in total). They are presented in the masculine der form (to keep the design simple), however, this can easily be changed to the feminine form by adding -in at the end (any irregular forms are stated). This would be a useful task with younger groups or low ability groups. There are three separate files, depending on how you want to present the task. - The 'teacher copy' shows a grid with all items already matched. - The 'student version' is a random layout, print this out and give to students. They can then cut out the items and match them, or stick them into their workbooks. - The 'quick cut' is designed so that you can produce 10 packs of cards quickly and easily using a guillotine. Each page has the same card 10 times over. This allows you to remove words that may not be suitable or needed.

By ineedtoteachthat

Babysitten macht Spass

Babysitten macht Spass

This is a whole lesson related to the Edexcel textbook unit "Babysitten macht Spass". Aims are to talk about part time jobs through a differentiated reading and a running dictation activity + consolidate word order with verb scarers/ subordinating conjunctions (in sentences with two verbs, ex: weil ich in einem Restaurant arbeiten moechte"). At the end differentiated speaking activity! Please leave a review! Hope you enjoy it!

By antmfl

Work experience report cut out puzzle- Mein Arbeitspraktikum

Work experience report cut out puzzle- Mein Arbeitspraktikum

This is a tarsia puzzle to practise vocabulary to speak about a work experience or a part-time job in the past tense. It is aimed at GCSE level. A tarsia consists of puzzle pieces that the students cut out and then match words to form a certain shape (ideally students don’t know what shape that is). They will quickly realise their mistakes if the puzzle won’t fit together. Great activity for Friday afternoons or end of term. This download includes: sheets for students with jumbled up puzzle pieces, a answer sheet for the teacher in list form and showing the shape.

By jusch12

Interview mit dem Osterhasen

Interview mit dem Osterhasen

Two versions of the same resource at slightly different levels. Interview with the Easter Bunny, in which the bunny outlines the working conditions for all the Easter Bunnies, describes the busy run-up to Easter, explains why the Easter Bunny is believed to be male and reveals what the female bunnies planned to do to protest. Followed by questions in English.

By petermorris2001

Jobs/professions in German

Jobs/professions in German

Aimed at KS4, this exploits vocabulary from the theme "Work and Education" to the max. They will learn jobs and linked words as well as create their own sentences. This lesson also deals with P/N/P+N questions on the final exam.

By MFLcreativity