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My town / Meine Stadt vocabulary German
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My town / Meine Stadt vocabulary German

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Introduction to ‘places in the town’ vocabulary in German. Colour coded by gender, the presentation introduces the vocab item and definite article, then ‘es gibt + indefinite article accusative’, and finally with the addition of an adjective.
Introducing yourself in German (beginners)
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Introducing yourself in German (beginners)

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Following on from my other resources ‘Greetings in German’ and 'Asking ‘How are you? in German’, this powerpoint shows pupils how to ask someone’s name and tell them their name. It also introduces and explains the German ß letter. Includes gap fill, a pair work exercise and a spelling correction exercise.
90 photos of Germany / reading skills
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90 photos of Germany / reading skills

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Almost 100 (93!) photos of real signs, posters, adverts, menus, stickers, flyers, notices, screens, plaques etc, taken by me in and around Hamburg. Each one contains text in German, and the collection can be used in a variety of different ways for all age groups, although perhaps best suited to KS3 and above. Pupils can work individually, in groups or as a whole class to try and work out what the German means, giving them not only exposure to a really wide variety of different text types and styles, but also providing opportunities for them to develop reading skills, decoding skills, work with cognates, and dictionary skills. Also great for cultural awareness and discussion about life in Germany.
Hairdressing / beauty phrases and vocab
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Hairdressing / beauty phrases and vocab

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A phrase bank of key terms a hairdresser might use. Useful for students studying hairdressing, both native speakers of English and learners of English (the resource was originally created for Swedish speaking hairdressing students).