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Curling Winter Olympics Vocabulary game for Interactive Whiteboard

Curling Winter Olympics Vocabulary game for Interactive Whiteboard

Tying in with the Winter Olympics 2018, this is a curling game which I have used for MFL lessons (ask differentiated vocabulary and / or conjugation questions to decide who goes first, and whether students can launch a stone / how many stones they are allowed to launch). Points are gathered either by ‘zone’ the stone is touching, e.g. 1 for outer (blue), 2 for outer white, 3 for red and 4 for inner white, or (like the real curling game) you score depending on how close you are to the middle. If the closest stone is red or yellow, that team gets 1 point. If the second closest is the SAME colour, that team gets 2 points. If it is a different colour, the closest team only gets 1 point, etc. Users simply flick the stone from behind one of the two lines (for left- and right-handed players) towards the house and the scores are totalled after all 8 have been thrown.
chrisferguson13
Random Time plenary - MFL French Spanish German etc

Random Time plenary - MFL French Spanish German etc

Say goodbye to that embarassing plastic clock you had to hold in front of the class. Enjoy this new powerpoint based one. Click on one blob to change the hour, and on the other blob to change the minutes. And look cool whilst you’re doing it!
leszekekert
Make your own multiple-choice quiz

Make your own multiple-choice quiz

This Excel spreadsheet with built-in code makes it possible to easily create a multi-choice quiz from your own lists and materials. I made this as a pupil said it would help her sort out her KS2 spellings, and I have also used it to quiz others on fraction-decimal equivalences. I often have to work offline, and wanted something I could adapt on my own PC without searching through the web and downloading off the internet. The program simply runs on Excel: you do have to save your file as macro-enabled format though. Excel will alert you to this when you come to save. When you open the file, click to enable macros and editing. On Sheet1, simply copy your list of questions into the first column and add your choice of correct answer plus three incorrect answers. On Sheet2, press the big grey button and the program runs, generating a colourful screen presenting your questions and answers in a random order, in large print ComicSans, while keeping score. Note: This works best as a teacher-controlled quiz or whole-class whiteboard activity, as it's not too hard for a savvy pupil to switch away from the quiz onto the sheet containing the answers.
HJames4
Im Zoo? Wilde Tiere.

Im Zoo? Wilde Tiere.

A range of wild animals arranged by continent. Followed by a few activities. Will need to have also studied domestic animals for guess the sound game.
pawz75
top trumps personality cards and grid french languages

top trumps personality cards and grid french languages

These are some cute resources I made for year 7/primary languages. they can be adapted to any language! in pairs, 1 student asks the questions in French and then the other responds with the details on their card ... they can then swap and complete the grids. nice little speaking activity - feel free to change the names or adapt the language of the questions. good feedback appreciated!
Kloereese
GERMAN NUMBERS 1-20 FLASHCARDS

GERMAN NUMBERS 1-20 FLASHCARDS

PERFECT FOR CREATING AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN NUMBERS IN YOUR CLASSROOM - GREAT FOR READING, SPEAKING AND PRONUNCIATION PROMPTS TOO! These GERMAN NUMBERS flashcards / posters create a fabulous GERMAN feel to your classroom. Using flashcards to introduce and practice language is a really successful directed teaching and learning activity. Giving your learning environment GERMAN ’look’ also promotes GERMAN as a living language, featuring in the everyday life of the school. The posters / flashcards introduce learners to NUMBERS 1-20 in GERMAN from the very beginning of their learning, and they are able to familiarize themselves with both the ‘look’ of GERMAN words, how those are represented in the written form, giving them the opportunity to begin to link spelling with sound in GERMAN. The posters work well with older students in their first GERMAN lessons too! I've also included a B&W version if you prefer not to print in color. The resource consists of two non-editable files; please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright and for single teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!
LivelyLearningClassroom
Hallo

Hallo

A powerpoint to introduce and practise greetings and saying how you are
vickyjk