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Fun Way To Learn Danish Bundle

Fun Way To Learn Danish Bundle

Are you learning Danish? Are you looking for fun images to help motivate your class to speak more? I adapted ESL teaching materials into teaching Danish resources. While the worksheets are all in English, they are designed for students to learn the names of different objects in Danish. There are over 114 worksheets and 57 different settings to use. I have developed some fun games for students to try. Try it today!
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Speak, Write and Play In Danish -The Fun Way To Learn!

Speak, Write and Play In Danish -The Fun Way To Learn!

* Please note - these resources provide visual prompts, not specific language instruction. They do however provide a great set of images to use in your Danish teaching lessons. Danish Bingo pack: This is a simple starter game for students. There are 114 different pictures to choose from. Select a single picture and project the image on the wall or share it with the class as a handout. Let's Talk in Danish!: This set of cards looks at 57 different settings. The teacher describes something in the top card. The students then use this to model a sentence using the bottom set of pictures. There are lots of things to see and describe in every picture. Let's Write in Danish pack: There are lots of ways of using this teaching pack. It could be used as writing assessment for students learning Danish. If you like this resource, please leave a comment and a review. For more of my teaching resources, please visit my Educational Resources Blog (http://www.DrFog.co.uk).
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114 Danish Writing Worksheets For Writing Practice.

114 Danish Writing Worksheets For Writing Practice.

***** Please note - these resources provide visual prompts and support to the students, not direct language instruction ************** Welcome to the Let’s Write in Danish! pack. There are lots of ways of using this teaching pack. It could be used as writing assessment for students learning Danish. The students could write about a topic in Danish before starting a unit, and then write again about the topic, using the second worksheet at the end of the topic to see how much they have progressed. It could also be used as an introduction to guided writing. Students can write sentences as a class and share the sentences together and they can then write them on their own. Alternatively, students could work in pairs - one student dictates to the other what to write down about what they see in the picture. These pages could also be used to write different stories, using the pictures as a stimulus.
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