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Introduction and Greetings in German

Introduction and Greetings in German

German for Absolute Beginners or Year 7. This Powerpoint show includes speaking activities and a few reading activities on the vocabulary listed below. It also includes the grammar point of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person singular of the regular verbs 'heißen' and 'wohnen'. The following vocabulary is included: - Guten Tag - Hello/good day. - Hallo - Hello. - Ich heiße - My name is - Wie heißt du? - What is your name (informal)? - Wie heißen Sie? - What is your name (formal)? - Wie geht's? - How are you? - Nicht schlecht - not bad. - Und dir? - And you? (informal) - Und Ihnen? - And you? (formal) - Gut, danke. - Fine, thank you. - Tschüss - Bye. - Auf Wiedersehen - Goodbye. Pictures have been taken from Clipart where possible.
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Introducing yourself in German - asking and answering questions

Introducing yourself in German - asking and answering questions

Links with Pages 5 and 6 of Stimmt 1. For absolute or near beginners - we teach this to Year 7 (ages 11 and 12) At least two periods' worth of lessons, with all necessary resources, including match cards and a vocabulary list. If you subscribe to ActiveTeach, you can print out the vocabulary list - click on 'Page Resources' on Pages 24 and 25. We turn this into an A5 booklet for students to keep - I've attached the front cover we use so you can print this as well. The instructions we give to our reprographics colleague are 'Booklet - A4 paper folded to A5 and stapled'.
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KS3 New GCSE German - Wie heisst du?

KS3 New GCSE German - Wie heisst du?

Worried about the pressures of planning a whole new set of resources for the new GCSE specification? Have no fear, MFL Creativity is here! Over the next year, well-thought out individual and bundle lessons will be uploaded for German, minimizing your planning and saving you time! New SoW based resources that interlink, meaning minimal planning for you. Exposure to new GCSE level system 1-9 Clear instructions available in the “Notes” segment of the PowerPoint. Varied practice and assessment activities throughout. Regular lesson-based, challenging, differentiated homework. Lower prices for bundle packages. Vocabulary slides as investigative revision.
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Hallo! - module 1- echo 1 textbook (Harry Potter themed)

Hallo! - module 1- echo 1 textbook (Harry Potter themed)

Whole two lessons aimed at introducing year 7 to German introductions and greetings as well wie geht's. This is the first of a series of Harry Potter themed lessons due to a whole school cross-curricular project. In this lesson they will have to guess Harry Potters film titles in other languages and they will be introduced to the magic world of Harry Potter in German. Very exciting and a great way to engage pupils with German through a project-based approach!
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KS2/3 German: Greetings.  Worksheet Selection.

KS2/3 German: Greetings. Worksheet Selection.

Five folders each containing 3 worksheets to support teaching of German greetings. The sixth item is a presentation linking to the online resources on which the worksheets are based (this file is available separately as a free resource, but is included here for convenience).
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Back to School German First Lesson

Back to School German First Lesson

This lesson is designed as an introductory lesson. Ideal for the first lesson in September. It includes a German culture quiz and personal information vocabulary. To accompany the PowerPoint there are Loto cards and a worksheet. This resource is also available in French.
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Year 7 German Scheme of Work (Whole year and very detailed - based on Stimmt 1)

Year 7 German Scheme of Work (Whole year and very detailed - based on Stimmt 1)

* Each page contains a table that guides teachers on what to teach and expected outcomes each week. * Table headings are: Objectives, Grammar & Tenses, Vocabulary, Pronunciation opportunities, Questions, Possible activities, Homework and Stamps, HPA (more-able students) * This scheme isn't intended to restrict teachers' activities, but to suggest ideas in case they're looking for inspiration! * Objectives are differentiated (green - weaker students; blue - mainstream; red - very able students). * Integrates grammar pages, page resources and extension activities from Stimmt 1. * Curates activities in the books to create a logical progression from discovery to production. * Makes frequent reference to exercises and resources in Stimmt. * Plenty of time built in for practice - almost all double page spreads are allocated two weeks. * This means that some units are missed out. For example, Unit 3.4 is missed out in half term 1, but integrated into the revision stage in half term 6 and then extended to revisit the future tense. * Half term 6 revisits one module per week, often making use of the excellent 'Skills' units at the end of each module. * Modules 1-5 are covered * There is a bit of jargon in the scheme: - HPA (high prior attainment = very strong students) - Stamp - we mark students' work twice per half term, so when you see 'Stamp #1' or Stamp #2', that's what it means! - PC1, PC2, PC3 etc - stands for Progress Check. This is what we call our SIMS reporting. * The final week focuses on Catholic traditions in Germany - we're a Catholic school, so if you are too, this might be useful. * There's an extra week of lessons that actually fall during February half term. My mistake, but I've kept it in there in case you finish early and could do with more! * I'll be making Kahoots and Quizlets as the year progresses, so it's worth searching StPaulsMiltonKeynes (www.quizlet.com) and MrsWilsonBavarde (www.getkahoot.it). We already have quite a bit on these sites.
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Echo Express 1 Module 1 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Echo Express 1 Module 1 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 1 of Echo Express 1. They can be used as starters, extensions, plenaries, homework and revision. They are also great for measuring progress when used as a starter and a plenary in the same lesson. They can also be colour-coded / traffic lighted to provide instant feedback as well as a focus for assessment revision. I always let pupils choose whether they want to write the answers in in English or the Target Language. Matching with lines never works! I have had great feedback from pupils when using them and hope you will too. Please let me know if you find typos / mistakes.
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