Whole-school German resources: music

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IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

IB German Reading/Writing/Speaking Resources

Resources to develop Ab Initio / Standard / Higher German exam skills in the Reading / Writing and Speaking exams. Included: Cultural starters to develop pupils intercultural competence and knowledge. Paper 2 Writing help, frames and guides Paper 1 Reading guide and practice questions Speaking activity to develop picture description

By swillard8

Bank of German Cultural Starters

Bank of German Cultural Starters

Here are 12 cultural starters to teach elements of culture at KS3 and 4. This is an easy way to get your pupils thinking about German culture for their GCSE. Topics: Places in Germany/Austria/Switzerland Music Food Traditions Clothing History Buildings Enjoy!

By swillard8

Bier und Wurst (Singing in German about food)

Bier und Wurst (Singing in German about food)

This is a set of lyrics about food and basic opinions about food, to be sung to the tune of Kylie Minogue´s "Can´t Get You Out Of My Head". I guarantee students will still be singing it to you 5 years down the line!!!

By elwood

Great German songs - ready made gap fills

Great German songs - ready made gap fills

Featuring: Marteria, Die Aerzte, Wanda, Tokio Hotel, Wir Sind Helden,Peter Fox,Tocotronic Great german pop/rock/indie songs. Good contemporary artists. All you have to do is youtube the songs and play them :) Best for KS4/5 (but who says KS3 can't enjoy them too) Great conversation starters Great for cultural understanding Great for listening skills!

By jamesesmith

Das Past - the German Past Tense Healthy Living Rap/Song

Das Past - the German Past Tense Healthy Living Rap/Song

This is a rap or song that includes a range of key verbs and their respective past tense forms for KS3/KS4 German. I prepared it for my class when working on the topic of health. It tells the story of an ex drug addict who overcomes his struggle... My pupils are really into rap and music and so they really loved it! We first went through all the structures, then went through all pronunciations and finally pupils came up with the idea to perform it using a gangsta rap instrumental track in the background: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IK-p7EFRs2w I hope you enjoy it!

By tomweidner

Das Zeit-Ballett

Das Zeit-Ballett

time, good starter or plenary I play this ppt while, at the same time, playing some music from Rondo Veneziano (Las Serissima) or other music. The students picture their arms as the hands of a clock and try to reflect the time stated on the slides. The following slide is for them to check their answer. Play it slow the first time for everyone to get an idea how this works, and speed up the next lessons. In the end this looks like a class dancing ballett and usually it is a good laugh!! Have fun !!

By smjfh

Musik

Musik

ppts to introduce different types of music, opinions and frequency.

By lydiadavies

Musical instruments

Musical instruments

A power point introducing/revising musical instruments, combined with frequency. I had problems with some of the sound files for the listening activity at the end when I got in school but couldn't work out why. They are just off the mircosoft office website so you should be able to find them and add them if you also have trouble. Sorry about this but the idea is there anyway! http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/clipart/default.aspx

By lydiadavies