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Haus (House in German) Ich habe Wer hat

Haus (House in German) Ich habe Wer hat

Whole class speaking activity. Each card has a statement with Ich habe and a question with Wer hat. Students listen to questions to know when to answer. 4 separate games are included: rooms and house parts with 36 cards (using a few less common vocabulary words); furniture and furnishings with 36 cards; rooms and house parts with 27 cards; furniture and furnishings with 27 cards.a
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beginners German resources

beginners German resources

A set of resources I have used with pupils in their first year of learning German: a few puzzles, a set of flashcards and a present tense worksheet. Topics include clothes, shops, food and drink. Save 50% on the price of these individual resources by buying the bundle.
jac42
Flashcards - all AQA GCSE German vocabulary in flashcard form with English translations

Flashcards - all AQA GCSE German vocabulary in flashcard form with English translations

These pdf flashcard files are organized into generic vocabulary from the beginning of the vocabulary section in the new AQA specification for German GCSE, as well as Foundation and Higher topics. Rather than the restrictive double-sided flashcard, these are intended to be cut out with their translation attached to them in the first instance. The students or the teacher can then fold the translation behind the vocabulary so that students can test themselves. (The English is upside down intentionally so that it is harder for students to read through the flashcards if you have printed them on paper. In this manner, the vocabulary cards can stand like mini tents on the table and students on either side of the table could complete with each other to see how many words they can correctly translate into the opposite language. The other student is able to easily check the answer by flipping it up the right way. Students then have the opportunity to cut off the translation, mix the topic up and match up the English translations to the German words. all English translations or all German vocabulary could also be removed from the pile. This could lead to students testing themselves on whether or not they truly know the vocabulary required for the new GCSE. Key: +I = inversion +S = subordination +A = Accusative +D = Dative +G = Genitive
MFLcreativity
German Beginner Reading Bundle ~ Deutsch Lesungen

German Beginner Reading Bundle ~ Deutsch Lesungen

This file includes 5 beginner German readings all the present tense perfect for beginners to review at over 40% off! Each reading is about three different young people talking about: ~Their family members ~Their favourite school subjects ~Their favourite sports ~Where they live: city, suburbs, farm Great for reviewing descriptions, hobbies, languages, professions, gern haben, house vocabulary, school subjects, etc. Each reading is followed by 8 reading comprehension questions.
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Wo ich Wohne Lesung - German Beginner Reading - Where I Live - Stadt / Vorort / Land

Wo ich Wohne Lesung - German Beginner Reading - Where I Live - Stadt / Vorort / Land

In this beginner German Reading, three young people describe their home and surroundings. Each live in a different way: in an apartment in the city, in a house in the suburbs and in the countryside. Each young person describes the advantages of how they live and how they get to school. The reading is followed by 8 reading comprehension questions. Vocabulary includes: Rooms in the house: kitchen, bathroom, living room, bedroom Suburbs, countryside, City center
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7 well-designed, useful German key phrases revision posters [RANGE OF TOPICS]

7 well-designed, useful German key phrases revision posters [RANGE OF TOPICS]

This resource provides you with seven well-designed, clear and extremely useful German revision posters, perfect for putting round your classroom or giving to students for revision on a specific topic. The posters cover a range of seven topics: - Accommodation - Chatting to People - Dining - Directions - Emergencies - Going Shopping - Public Transport The posters are just right for students of all ages and abilities, aiming to improve their German skills or preparing for a trip to a German-speaking country. I hope you and your classes can make the most of this resource!
LiteracyAndMaths
German anagrams of shop vocab and fruit and veg vocab

German anagrams of shop vocab and fruit and veg vocab

Two separate documents, each with a set of German vocab in anagrams (16 fruit and veg; 12 shops). Answers provided on the second page of each document. Use as a starter or quick revision activity. Add challenge by asking pupils to translate into English, create sentences containing the vocab, add opinions or use different tenses.
jac42
Die Neue Nachbarin Deutsch Lesung - German Reading - Question Words Fragewörter

Die Neue Nachbarin Deutsch Lesung - German Reading - Question Words Fragewörter

In this reading a teenage girl introduces herself to her new neighbor. The dialogue incorporates a number of question words so students may learn how to form questions with interrogatives. The reading includes 8 true/false reading comprehension questions and a short writing assignment. Activity idea: students may complete the writing assignment in class or for homework. They may then read their own dialogue with a partner.
ninatutor
Wo wohnst du? Ich wohne in einem Einfamilienhaus

Wo wohnst du? Ich wohne in einem Einfamilienhaus

This is for students aged 11-14. It has both a PowerPoint Presentation and a worksheet with key vocabulary and exercises. It also outlines the dative case. Great resource, which could be used for one or possibly two classes. Students can do the reading comprehension in groups using their learning strategies and there is also a pair work activity, so lots of active learning.
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