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German phonics lesson

German phonics lesson

Teach your students German phonics to meet the new specification requirements. Use the MWB for dictations and more!
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Visual perfect tense in German

Visual perfect tense in German

A useful lesson for the visual learner on the perfect tense. Students use the German flag to identify each of the three parts to the perfect tense. Good luck with it!
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CASES, MARKERS, AND ADJECTIVES TABLE

CASES, MARKERS, AND ADJECTIVES TABLE

A cases, markers, and adjectives table for teaching German. Suitable for all levels, this table saves time in teaching the different cases with the correct adjectives and their endings. You can use mini whiteboards to do some AfL activities to reinforce the cases system.
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Haus (House in German) Dominoes

Haus (House in German) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into tiles. Make 1 set for every 2-3 students. Each domino has the picture of 1 of 10 parts of the house and the German word for 1 of 10 parts of the house.
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Sports pictures Twins Speaking activity

Sports pictures Twins Speaking activity

This is a mixer activity. Each student gets a sheet with the pictures for 5 different sports. Students mingle until they find the one other person who has the exact same 5 pictures. Covers 20 different sports: baseball, basketball, biking, bowling, boxing, football, golf, gymnastics, hockey, ice skating, jogging, rollerblading, sailing, skiing, soccer, swimming, tennis, volleyball, water skiing, wrestling. Includes 16 unique sets of twins. Good for any language.
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Reflexive verbs pictures Twins Speaking activity

Reflexive verbs pictures Twins Speaking activity

Mixer activity. Includes 16 unique sets of twins. Each student sheet has 5 pictures of reflexive verbs. Students mingle until they find their twin - the other person who has the same 5 pictures. May be used for any language.
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GERMAN VERBS I HAVE, WHO HAS? 2 GAMES & CHALLENGES

GERMAN VERBS I HAVE, WHO HAS? 2 GAMES & CHALLENGES

**PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTICING AND REVISING 99 ESSENTIAL GERMAN VERBS! ** I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great game for practicing, refreshing and embedding essential high-frequency GERMAN. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers make it perfect for a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The game really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and is a great alternative to more traditional ‘drilling’ activities… This set features 99 high-frequency GERMAN VERBS with two games and two challenges CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the GERMAN verbs in alphabetical order, with the question: ICH HABE… WER HAT? CHAMPION CHALLENGE features the verbs in topsy-turvy order, which really encourages your students to focus on the verbs, and asks the question: HAST DU…? with the response JA, ICH HABE… I’ve classed the resource as suitable for Grades 6-10, but it really does depend on the age at which your students begin GERMAN, the stage they are currently working at, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during revision periods. The games work well if you’re homeschooling too: simply change the GERMAN phrases to: HIER IST… WO IST… ? I’ve included a full GERMAN-English alphabetical list of all verbs, which students find useful as a learning support and reference resource. There are six cards per A4 (8.5 x 11) page, making them the perfect size for learning - laminate for longevity - you’ll be able to use the games for years to come! The resource itself consists of a single, non-editable file; please read theTERMS OF USEcarefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!
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Timetable speaking activity and worksheet

Timetable speaking activity and worksheet

The first activity is partner work where students need to ask questions to be able to complete a timetable. Students then need to write sentences to describe the parts of the timetable which are highlighted. Students really enjoy this activity.
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