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Auto (Car in German) wordsearch

Auto (Car in German) wordsearch

Wordsearch has the names of 23 auto parts in German hidden. Word list is provided for teacher reference but is not on the student sheets, in order to make it more challenging. 5 versions included. Vocabulary used: Auto, Autoschlüssel, Blinklicht, Bremse, Felge, Gaspedal, Haube, Hupe, Kofferraum, Lenkrad, Motor, Nummernschild, Radkappe, Reifen, Rückspiegel, Scheibenwischer, Scheinwerfer, Sicherheitsgurt, Sitz, Tank, Tür, Türgriff, Windschutzscheibe.
jer520
Auto (Car in German) crossword

Auto (Car in German) crossword

Crossword puzzle has 24 clues in English; all answers are the names of car parts in German. 5 versions included. Vocabulary used: Auto, Autoschlüssel, Blinklicht, Bremse, Gaspedal, Haube, Hupe, Kofferraum, Lenkrad, Motor, Nummernschild, Rad, Radkappe, Reifen, Rückspiegel, Scheibenwischer, Scheinwerfer, Sicherheitsgurt, Sitz, Stoßstange, Tank, Tür, Türgriff, Windschutzscheibe.
jer520
Fahrzeuge Arbeitsblatt

Fahrzeuge Arbeitsblatt

Short worksheet to practise simple phrases in German relating to vehicles. 1. Fill in der, die or das. 2. Write simple sentences saying what colour vehicles are.
happyfrau
German Trip (Rhineland)  Past Tense Writing Frame

German Trip (Rhineland) Past Tense Writing Frame

This is a document I used to help students write about our recent trip to the Rhineland, although it could be adapted for other areas. It could either be used while on the trip to help students write a diary entry each evening, or after the trip. I get them to choose one of the days which they then write up on a post card to send home.
Vicky79
German translation task - transport preferences

German translation task - transport preferences

Students translate sentences to explain opinions and preferences about transport. Uses same transport vocab as Linguascope. Letters after the sentences show what letters the German sentences begin with so students can do a measure of self checking. The differentiated task is for students with weak handwriting / broken wrists etc so they don't have to write the sentences out, they just have to use a highlighter to make selections.
nilex