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Übung macht den Meister

Übung macht den Meister

The resource contains the 48 idioms which have already been introduced and fifty sentences in English to translate into German. it also gives the students the chance to revise grammar points such as; word order, modal verbs, tenses, adjective endings. could de set in stages as homework and ideal for cover work
pinkfloyd73
GERMAN IDIOMS: HELPING YOU TOWARDS AN A*

GERMAN IDIOMS: HELPING YOU TOWARDS AN A*

This resource has been produced with the potential A* candidates in mind. There are altogether 48 idioms, but if the students can become confident in handling a handful of them, they are going to impress the examiners like me. the resource includes an initial matching up exercise, where guess work will come into play, then a complete list with examples of each. students then have the opportunity to practice and extend their vocabulary through tasks such as reading a definition and supplying the correct idiom, putting in the missing word, and replacing a rather humdrum phrase with a more impressive idiom. I hope they will engage your students. The tasks should prove challenging and enjoyable.
pinkfloyd73
Idioms can change your grade!

Idioms can change your grade!

More practice for those potential A* students. this time they are required to read five passages and replace the words in italics with one of the 48 idioms they have already encountered. ideal as homework, classwork, cover work and independent work. Challenging for your able students.
pinkfloyd73
48 common and useful German expressions: Introduction and practice

48 common and useful German expressions: Introduction and practice

A resource aimed at potential A* students who are able to add more interest to their spoken and written German. will greatly enhance their prospects of achieving the top grade through being introduced to 48 "Redewendungen" and then widening their vocabulary as they try to match a definition to the correct idiom, with the help of a selection of words given at the end. Challenging and enjoyable. ideal as cover work, with the help of dictionaries.
pinkfloyd73
Was fehlt?

Was fehlt?

This resource is aimed at the potential A* students who need to rise beyond using humdrum expressions and be able to accurately use and adapt common idioms. ideal for cover work, the resource gets students to supply the missing word in 48 sentences each employing a previously learnt idiom, choosing from a selection of words at the end. ideal for cover work, revision and independent learning
pinkfloyd73
GERMAN IDIOMS: match up

GERMAN IDIOMS: match up

German is full of idioms which are used frequently. Here students are introduced to 48 common ones in the form of three matching up exercises. An excellent way to start to get them to stand out. Familiarity with them will enhance their prospects of gaining the coveted A*. Designed for able students and for independent work.
pinkfloyd73
AQA-style AS/A Level Speaking Card: Familie im Wandel, Adoption

AQA-style AS/A Level Speaking Card: Familie im Wandel, Adoption

This AQA-style speaking card for A Level/AS was inspired by this resource (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-german-2016-speaking-card-familie-im-wandel-11801641). I've used the original source text (link given in resource) to create a speaking card and questions which very closely mirror the specification. This card falls within the 'Familie im Wandel' sub-theme, and focuses on issues of adoption.
hasslethehog
Meine Familie

Meine Familie

- Talking about your family - Using the possessive adjectives mein/e (my) and dein/e (your) - Giving information about family members
Lillyfee
Beginner - German - Die Familie - Suitable for A1 Learners.

Beginner - German - Die Familie - Suitable for A1 Learners.

A powerpoint using the Simpson family to present family vocabulary and sentences in German: - the mother (mothers) - a woman (women) - the father (fathers) - a man (men) - parents - husband/wife - boy (boys) - son (sons) - the (little) brother (brothers) - daughter (daughters) - girl (girls) - the (little) sister (sisters) - children - grandfather (grandfathers) - grandmother (grandmothers) - aunt (aunts) - uncle (uncles) - stepbrother/halfbrother - stepsister/halfsister - brother-in-law - sister-in-law - father-in-law - mother-in-law - granddaughter - grandson - grandchildren - grandparents - female cousin/niece - male cousin/nephew - cousin once removed - great-grandfather - twins - toddler - godmother - godfather - I have no siblings/I am an only child - boyfriend/girlfriend - lover - divorced - married - single - widow/widower Inspiration for the exercises is taken from the powerpoint presentation 'La Familia' created by misstdunne on tes.co.uk. Answers are provided on the slides.
cappuccino12
New AQA GCSE German 9-1 Conversation Questions

New AQA GCSE German 9-1 Conversation Questions

A full set of general conversation questions for the GCSE German oral exam. Covering all topics of: - School and studies - Future studies and employment - Travel and tourism - Festivals and traditions - Family and relationships - Home and local area - Free time - Technology - Social issues - Global issues
nbeardsley
Stimmt 1 p34/35 Meine Familie

Stimmt 1 p34/35 Meine Familie

A whole hour lesson focussing on numbers 1-100 and family members. Recapping basic phrases with haben and sein and a mixture of activities across all 4 skills. Differentiated learning outcomes and success criteria with the new GCSE levels on. Instructions in comments under each slide.
chloeb1995