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Stimmt 3  Red Translation and Speaking tasks

Stimmt 3 Red Translation and Speaking tasks

Save over 60% on individual purchase. Stimmt 3 New GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks Get your students used to GCSE-style questions early on with translations (Eng-Germ and vice versa), picture description and role plays based on vocab learned in Stimmt! 3 -powerpoint with three pictures with questions in German + English to guide students along. The first picture can be used as example/writing task, the other two for pair work. . -translation worksheet -two role play cards for student pair work -example answers for speaking and answers for translation task included in the powerpoint

By jusch12

Stimmt 3 Chapter 5 (Rechte und Pflichten) new GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks

Stimmt 3 Chapter 5 (Rechte und Pflichten) new GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks

Get your students used to GCSE-style questions early on with translations (Eng-Germ and vice versa), picture description and role plays based on vocab learned in Chapter 5 Stimmt 3 Red. This download includes: -PowerPoint with three pictures with questions in German and optional English to guide students along. The first picture can be used as example/writing task, the other two for pair work. -translation worksheet -two role play cards for student pair work -example answers for speaking and translation tasks included in the PowerPoint. Note: vocabulary slide should be first in ppt, was put to back so preview on TES shows pictures.

By jusch12

AQA new specification MFL

AQA new specification MFL

For this lesson, I provide a PPT that includes an explanation about the new specification (starting 2017/2018) and a cheat sheet to be shared with the students. This is about the specification only so it can be used in any MFL. This is aimed at Year 10 and Year 11.

By sykora

German - Transcription phrases

German - Transcription phrases

I have a copy of this on my classroom wall and a set of cards for pupils when they are doing transcription pairwork. It's a list of punctuation phrases in German and English.

By TheMFLTeacher

German - Transcription pairwork template

German - Transcription pairwork template

Use this template to practise transcription work in pairs. There is a sheet for person A and one for person B. Type the 2 different texts into the relevant boxes (they must be 2 different texts). Pupils then take it in turns to read their text to their partner, who must then write what they hear in the empty box. After they have both finished, they then compare their written text to the original on their partner's sheet and tally any errors made.

By TheMFLTeacher

German - Spontaneous speaking wall

German - Spontaneous speaking wall

Pupils stick this sheet into their books at the start of the year. The idea is that they, another pupil or you sign a brick in the wall whenever they use a spontaneous phrase in German. At the end of every other row, give a reward of some sort.

By TheMFLTeacher

Trapdoor template

Trapdoor template

This activity can be done in pairs or as a class. As a class, one pupil leaves the room while everyone else decides what the correct sequence should be. The pupil re-enters the room and tries to guess the sequence. If incorrect, they have to start again. It's better as a pairwork activity. One pupil decides which options they want to use in the complete paragraph. The other reads through the paragraph, guessing the options as they go. If incorrect, they must start again. Cue lots of laughter!

By TheMFLTeacher

Translation pairwork template

Translation pairwork template

Pupils work in pairs. Give them a text to translate on the sheet individually to start with, then they swap for their partner to check (in their opinion). Their partner puts a mark in the box (my pupils like drawing sad faces for some reason!) for each error they think their partner has made. Encourages discussion.

By TheMFLTeacher