Primary German resources: illness and injury

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Body Parts Treasure Hunt Activity

Body Parts Treasure Hunt Activity

Here is an activity for all age ranges learning the different body parts. Print off the body parts cards and stick them around the room. Pupils get the skeleton that they have to label using the clues. Rewards can be given for quickest. Extension activity to find plurals in a dictionary. Enjoy!

By swillard8

Mirror Vocab - Health

Mirror Vocab - Health

A vocab learning activity using health vocab based on a popular technique called mirroring. Students read 3 items at a time to their partner with definitions and repeat twice. Mixing up the order of words is effective. The partner repeats back parrot-fashion. After 8 mins or so, swap roles. Do a vocab test at the end and see the results!

By jhalkyard

Pain duration games - seit

Pain duration games - seit

A set of classroom games to practise phrases around how long something has been hurting using seit and the present tense

By nilex

Der Körper und die Gesundheit

Der Körper und die Gesundheit

This is a revision resource aimed to revise body parts, illnesses and visiting the doctor. It was created with Logo 2, chapter 3 in mind, but can easily be used with other text books, or none, as no references are made to the book. The sheet can be used as a standard revision sheet. However, it was originally designed as a competition. For each section that students complete, they should come to the teacher's desk, where the activity is marked. For each successfully completed section, the teacher awards the student with a raffle ticket. This goes into a prize draw at the end of lesson - the more tickets a student has, the higher chance they have of winning. A highly motivating and engaging task to brighten up what could be quite dry revision.

By RLMcKie

German Personal Information

German Personal Information

This is a Powerpoint Presentation to teach KS4 the topic health problems. It includes: starter and plenary. I hope you like it. Please leave some feedback Thanks

By MrFLB

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.

By hasslethehog

Health speaking practice secret word/taboo-style game

Health speaking practice secret word/taboo-style game

A game/activity used to revise the topic of health. Full instructions included - print cards onto paper/card and put one set in an envelope (as many sets as you need for the class to work in pairs). Similar to taboo, but in reverse. Fun for advanced students.

By hasslethehog

tut weh - noughts & crossses

tut weh - noughts & crossses

A game to revise illness & injury. 1. Save the powerpoint under a new name and use that in class. 2. Draw a noughts and crosses grid on the whiteboard. 3. Project the powerpoint in review/edit mode. 4. Choose two volunteers to play the game: one is X, the other O. 5. The first player chooses a square. Right-click on the blue rectangle and choose 'cut'. This reveals the image. 6. If the player's answer is correct, s/he wins X or O in the corresponding square on the white board. 7. If the player's answer is not correct, the other player can attempt it as a bonus. 8. When the game is over, close the presentation. Click on 'Don't save' changes. 9. If by mischance you do save the game with changes, delete it: you still have the original.

By delnon

bei der ärztin

bei der ärztin

A powerpoint to practice a conversation at the doctor's. 1. show the first slide. The class practice in pairs, each taking both parts. 2. Select two volunteers to speak the conversation aloud, to check pronunciation. 3. Have the class practice in pairs again. 4 conscript two more volunteers and move to the next slides: some words disappear. 5. You may wish to have the class work in pairs again. 6. Continue. Enjoy.

By delnon