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Stimmt 1 Translation and Speaking tasks

Stimmt 1 Translation and Speaking tasks

Save 60% on individual purchase. Stimmt 1 New GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks Get your students used to GCSE-style questions early on with translations (Eng-Germ and vice versa), picture description and role plays based on vocab learned in Stimmt! 1 -powerpoint with three pictures with questions in English to guide students along. The first picture can be used as example/writing task, the other two for pair work. . -translation worksheet -two role play cards for student pair work -example answers for speaking and answers for translation task included in the powerpoint
jusch12
German Foods/ Supermarket game

German Foods/ Supermarket game

German 'shopping' game for learning foods and some instructions Included: -Images of food -Shopping trolley -German vocab list -Key words -Instructions -Children are paired up for the game. Each pair has a set of the food images, an image of the 'trolley', a vocabulary sheet and the word cards. Each pair is also given a whiteboard and pen. -The food pictures are placed facing upwards on the table. The vocabulary sheet and the word cards are turned over on the table so that they can't be seen. -The children label themselves A and B. Person A is the ‘customer’ and person B is the ‘shop assistant’. -Person A will write 'shopping list' at the top of their whiteboard, and numbers one to four down the side of the board. Person A randomly selects four of the word cards that are placed upside down on the table. They then write out the four words onto the whiteboard to make up the shopping list, and read them out loud for Person B, using the phrase, "Ich möchte..." (I need…) to begin the sentence. -It is then person B's responsibility to find the corresponding pictures that match the German words and place them in the trolley. Afterwards, person B says, “Ich habe…” (I have…) and then lists the food items they have in German to finish the sentence. -If either of the children struggle to understand what some of the vocabulary means, then they can turn over the vocab sheet to help them. -At the end of each person's turn, the children can also use the vocab sheet as a guide to check that the images in the trolley correctly match the word cards on the list. Afterwards, these images and cards are placed to one side, and it is the next person's turn. The activity continues until all of the images and word cards have been used up.
JonesTeach
Echo 2 Wo gehst du einkaufen? (2 lessons)

Echo 2 Wo gehst du einkaufen? (2 lessons)

2 lessons: in lesson 1, students learn 9 different shops. This lesson is full of AfL as the students set their own targets for learning these phrases during the lesson. In lesson 2, students use these phrases in sentences to describe what you buy where. Again, lots of practice and AfL techniques with a thumbs-up/down quiz to finish. Great for year 8.
hasslethehog
KS1 GERMAN: Level 1: Clothes, Weather & Holidays

KS1 GERMAN: Level 1: Clothes, Weather & Holidays

CLOTHES, WEATHER & HOLIDAY Printable activity worksheets to teach pupils Year 1 and 2 German about: • Clothes • What’s the weather like? • Beach holidays Song • Es regnet, wenn es/ It rains when it wants to • Wenn du fröhlich bist,/ If you're happy and you know it • Alle meine Entchen schwimmen auf dem See/All my ducklings are swimming in the lake PDF Activity worksheets USABLE ON WHITEBOARD Includes: AUDIO CONTENT To access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon. Also available in French, Spanish and English (EAL/ EFL). Cosmoville series.
maskaradelanguages