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GERMAN TIME QUARTER TO & PAST

GERMAN TIME QUARTER TO & PAST

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - QUARTER TO AND QUARTER PAST THE HOUR. GERMAN TELLING THE TIME GAMES CARDS & RECALL CHALLENGES really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Students can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their understanding & knowledge of how to tell the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. The cards, card templates and accompanying Recall & Write challenges have a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling. Encourage students to reflect on their progress, and note targets for improvement using the **Notes & Next Steps ** template. This set includes a range of games and activities featuring the clock times quarter to and quarter past the hour. Students can play alone, in pairs or in small-groups. There are lots of whole-group games to play too. The games and activities are particularly useful as a set of either homework or revision activities as students prepare for exams and progress to new stages in their GERMAN learning programme. I’ve used Wie spät ist es? as well as Wie viel Uhr ist es? so that students can see that both are used. The accompanying Reference, Recall & Write workbook includes a GERMAN to English time phrase and clock face reference workbook, which students find useful as a learning support resource. Ideally, students will keep the workbooks in their learning files/folders to use and refer to over a longer period of time, particularly as a revision resource. The workbook works best when photocopied double-sided, and double-stapled on the left-hand side, rather than a single staple in the top left-hand corner for example. This format is far more reader, writer and learner-friendly, and can be used more effectively as a learning and reference resource. The resource comprises two non-editable files: 56 GAMES CARDS 14-PAGE REFERENCE AND CHALLENGE WORKBOOK WITH SIX DIFFERENTIATED CHALLENGES Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully: the resource is copyright and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!
LivelyLearning
GERMAN TIME BINGO O'CLOCK & HALF PAST

GERMAN TIME BINGO O'CLOCK & HALF PAST

GAMES WITH GOALS! GERMAN TELLING TIME BINGO GAMES are an ideal activity for practising how to tell the time, O'CLOCK AND HALF PAST THE HOUR - students do tend to need lots of practice with those pesky half pasts! They’re also really useful for developing listening, speaking, reading and writing/spelling skills. The pack includes 21 non-editable files: ONE & TWO: 40 clock-face bingo 12-square grids, 4 per page (10 pages). You can give students a random selection of pages, with students selecting the order of grids they play from. You can also cut out the grids, and place them in a small bowl or similar object on tables. Students select grids randomly from the bowl. Depending on the size of your class, you should have several winners per game! You might prefer to laminate the grids - students can use wipe-clean pens, and you can recycle the grids many times. THREE: 40 GERMAN time phrase bingo 12-square grids, 4 per page (10 pages). FOUR: 40 English time phrase bingo 12-square grids, 4 per page (10 pages). FIVE: 4 12-square word grid and blank clock face template for students to create their own grids for each other. SIX: 1 GERMAN and 1 English calling card, with all the time phrases written in full. SEVEN TO TWENTY-ONE: 15 SILENT BINGO games PLAY SILENT BINGO! Select a grid type for students - clock face, GERMAN or English time phrase. Using the SILENT BINGO files, show each slide at varying speeds. Students cross off the corresponding phrase or clock. These are really versatile, with a range of challenges, and depending on which skills you want to focus on - for example, show the pictures only using GERMAN words grids for vocab recall & reading practice; show the English phrases using GERMAN phrase grids for mini-translation practice as well as vocab recall/reading; show the GERMAN phrases using English phrase grids for reading & vocab recall - students have to be completely silent - it’s a really popular way of playing bingo! There are 5 different games of each type: clock face, GERMAN phrases, English phrases. These games are designed for players to cross off all the words or pictures on their grids in order to win the game. GET THE MOST FROM YOUR BINGO GAMES! Before playing, read all the time phrases out loud in GERMAN several times, at varying speeds, with students repeating carefully - this not only helps students develop their GERMAN pronunciation, but also maximizes opportunity to learn and revise clock times. Students can also have their own calling card to read out loud from, one for a small group of students is sufficient - this will help them to link sound and spelling in GERMAN. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM SPIELEN!
LivelyLearning
GERMAN TIME O'CLOCK & HALF PAST

GERMAN TIME O'CLOCK & HALF PAST

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - O'CLOCK AND HALF PAST THE HOUR. GERMAN TELLING THE TIME GAMES CARDS & RECALL CHALLENGES really do help to create a lively language learning environment. Students can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their understanding & knowledge of how to tell the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. The cards, card templates and accompanying Recall & Write challenges have a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling. Encourage students to reflect on their progress, and note targets for improvement using the Notes & Next Steps template. This set includes a range of games and activities featuring the clock times o’clock and half past the hour. Students can play alone, in pairs or in small-groups. There are lots of whole-group games to play too. The games and activities are particularly useful as a set of either homework or revision activities as students prepare for exams and progress to new stages in their GERMAN learning programme. I’ve used Wie spät ist es? as well as Wie viel Uhr ist es? so that students can see that both are used. The accompanying Reference, Recall & Write workbook includes a GERMAN to English time phrase and clock face reference workbook, which students find useful as a learning support resource. Ideally, students will keep the workbooks in their learning files/folders to use and refer to over a longer period of time, particularly as a revision resource. The workbook works best when photocopied double-sided, and double-stapled on the left-hand side, rather than a single staple in the top left-hand corner for example. This format is far more reader, writer and learner-friendly, and can be used more effectively as a learning and reference resource. The resource comprises two non-editable files: - 56 GAMES CARDS - 14-PAGE REFERENCE AND CHALLENGE WORKBOOK WITH SIX DIFFERENTIATED CHALLENGES Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully: the resource is copyright and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!
LivelyLearning
GCSE Workbook - Le college

GCSE Workbook - Le college

A GCSE workbook on the topic of School, designed to develop knowledge and exam skills, as well as revision of other topics. The booklet comprises sentence translations on school subjects, teachers, description of school, rules, extracurricular activities. The booklet also revisits the topic of family. Exam practice is included, with translation exercises, role play, picture stimulus, conversation topic questions and writing exam style tasks.
eliad1907
Harry Potter Reading Comprehension - School

Harry Potter Reading Comprehension - School

This is a reading text with Harry Potter describing his school. Particular mention is made of the subjects, and he gives reasons for (dis)liking them. Mention is also made of the school building, and his timetable. A dictionary would probably be required for this work.
jonnymcalister91
School Subjects in German - A Complete Guide.

School Subjects in German - A Complete Guide.

This resource introduces 15 school subjects with many practice activities. It introduces questions and answers about likes and dislikes as well as opinions/ reasons. It goes on to introduce talking about favourite subjects. There are pair work speaking activities, reading activities and writing activities. The reading activities include texts with richtig/falsch exercises as well as activities with open-ended questions. There is a school timetable that pupils could replicate and questions to answer about the timetable they see. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint. By the end of the PowerPoint (68 slides) pupils will be able to write a paragraph about their school subjects (likes/dislikes, opinions and so on), either by using a given German template or by only English prompts. There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document.
cgazzal
Telling the time

Telling the time

This is a complete lesson, designed to go with Echo Express, which teaches students how to tell the time in German.
ftbnemesis
Meine Stundeplan

Meine Stundeplan

A resource used alongside Echo Express 1 to teach Chapter 2 (School). I used this with year 7, but it could equally be used with year 8 if they had just started German.
0612Beth