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German Activities - Das Perfekt - Quiz Quiz Trade - The Perfect Tense

German Activities - Das Perfekt - Quiz Quiz Trade - The Perfect Tense

This resource contains 80 Quiz Quiz Trade cards on the PerfectTense. The cards are grouped in categories to fit the levels of different classes: - Verbs with "haben" (32 cards) - Verbs with "sein" (32 cards) - Questions (8 cards) - Word Order (8 cards) Quiz Quiz Trade: Each student gets one or multiple cards. Student A asks student B for the translation of the English sentence of their card. If student B gets it right, they get the card. If student B gets it wrong, student A gives them the correct answer, but keeps the card. They then swap roles. After both students have asked and answered a question, they find a new partner. The student with the most cards wins. Great to get students used to translating in a fun way! more Quiz Quiz Trade Cards: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-activities-present-tense-quiz-quiz-trade-11494462
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Olympics / Die Olympischen Spielen Activities on Grammar and Vocab

Olympics / Die Olympischen Spielen Activities on Grammar and Vocab

A set of resources originally made for the London 2012 Olympics but now with an updated powerpoint for the Rio 2016 Olympics. The powerpoints contain presentations of many of the key sports, along with more complex slides in the latter half which provide instruction and tasks on the conditional and giving reasons (i.e. using da/obwohl/weil). The ´short version´ powerpoint contains the key sports but instead of a complex set of instructions about the conditional and connectives, is limited to using ´denn´ instead of more difficult connectives. The ´short version´ is also included as a PDF for ease alternative use/printing.
elwood
KS5 German Doping im Sport - Sportler als Vorbilder

KS5 German Doping im Sport - Sportler als Vorbilder

Based on Moook's recommendation of the DW audio report on Lance Armstrong's fall from grace: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/drugs-in-sport-lance-armstrong-6322491 Contains a vocab list, as well as gap-fill transcript, plus an additional article on Maria Sharapova.
hasslethehog
German Football Quiz

German Football Quiz

A quiz with seven questions regarding. Some nice points for Discussion - georgaphy, politics, immigration, history etc. Enjoy!
jamesesmith
KS3/4 German football translation

KS3/4 German football translation

A fun stand-alone lesson leading to students' being able to describe a football match. Based on a game between Germany and Costa Rica in the last world cup, but would still work now. Fits well into free-time topic, and a fun stand-alone lesson for sporty classes. Perfect for Euro '16!
hasslethehog
PBL . Topic - Sports personality

PBL . Topic - Sports personality

Project created for Y5-6 (differentiated) 1st/2nd year of German to help them use verbs in 1st/3rd person, as well as giving opinions on sports, foods. Contains games for pupils/class, links to Memrise and Quizlet games, and worksheets for pupils.
amazonsam
German Grammar Das Perfekt

German Grammar Das Perfekt

This resource includes 20 worksheets on the topic of “Das Perfekt”, an interactive powerpoint presentation to revise the perfect tense, as well as 3 interactive powerpoint games, enabling students to practice and revise how to build and use the perfect tense in different contexts. Grammar covered: Das Perfekt mit „haben“ Das Perfekt mit „sein“ Past Participles Word Order Topics include: - Hobbies - Holidays - Town - Daily routines Activities include - Gap Fills - Reading Comprehension - Writing Tasks - Speaking Activities - Group Work - Pair Work - Games - Vocabulary Practice
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German Grand Prix Game Starter Plenary Revision

German Grand Prix Game Starter Plenary Revision

To celebrate the German F1 Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring I have created this interactive game for my German students. Enter your own questions and multiple choice answers and watch as two teams battle it out to be the first car past the finishing line. Possible instructions on the first slide. ENABLE ALL MACROS AND REDUCE SECURITY ON YOUR PC FOR THIS TO WORK PROPERLY. I will split my class up into two teams and give everybody a mini whiteboard. Pupils will write the answer of the question on their mini whiteboard and hold it up after my count down. The team with the most correct answers will be the team who's car will move around the screen (just click on the car) Enjoy, and I look forward to your feedback :)
gavinhillage