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Wo? Reading about European Cities

Wo? Reading about European Cities

This is a reading exercise where pupils find out about different cities in Europe. They match the descriptions with the pictures and then guess the name of the city from the map. Enjoy!

By swillard8

Wie komme ich am besten ...?

Wie komme ich am besten ...?

Very basic speaking information gap activity for 9-1 German GCSE. Wie komme ich am besten zum/zur/zum...? Nehmen Sie/Gehen Sie/Biegen Sie ... ab

By snowball33

Town/Local Area Photocard and Role Play

Town/Local Area Photocard and Role Play

A resource to practise role play and photocards on the topics of town and local area. Encourages students to predict questions and be thorough in their responses. Multi-skill resource!

By jhalkyard

Using the future tense / Describing a future visit to Berlin / Mixed-case prepositions

Using the future tense / Describing a future visit to Berlin / Mixed-case prepositions

This lesson is designed to teach students how to discuss and describe what they will do on a future visit to Berlin. It also teaches students about mixed-case prepositions and how to use them accurately. The lesson includes: - Introduction to mixed-case prepositions - Activities to teach the meaning of the prepositions - Writing exercise to consolidate using the mixed-case prepositions - Worksheet for further practice of using mixed-case prepositions - Picture description activity to practise using mixed-case prepositions - Grammar handout for student reference - Link to video of Berlin sights - Practice using the future tense (and other ways to express the future) to describe what students will do in Berlin For a version of this lesson designed especially for the AQA and EDEXCEL GCSE textbooks, please see my online shop.

By ftbnemesis

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 3 - Mein Wochenende - Page 57

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 3 - Mein Wochenende - Page 57

This is a complete lesson that is designed to be taught alongside AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 3 - Mein Wochenende - Page 57. The lesson includes: - Starter - Introduction to mixed-case prepositions - Activities to teach the meaning of the prepositions - Writing exercise to consolidate using the mixed-case prepositions - Worksheet for further practice of using mixed-case prepositions - Picture description activity to practise using mixed-case prepositions - Grammar handout for student reference - Reading Exercise 4 with answers - Listening Exercise 5 with answers and transcript - Writing Exercise 6 with answers - Link to video of Berlin sights - Practice using the future tense (and other ways to express the future) to describe what students will do in Berlin - Speaking Exercise 7 - Plenary

By ftbnemesis

Wechselstube wordsearch

Wechselstube wordsearch

Some words related to changing currency. Additional hidden numbers are the denominations of coins / banknotes in the UK/Eurozone

By nilex

Directions

Directions

Asking for and giving directions in a town. Introduces/revises buildings and directions (geradeaus, links, rechts), followed by an activity in which pupils give directions.

By Dopp