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German Christmas Quiz 2017

German Christmas Quiz 2017

A PowerPoint quiz with 6 rounds including geography, famous German speakers, Celebs, German words The answers then all relate to German Christmas words! Ideal for KS3 and KS4 Answers included - a whole lesson planned for you !
colmerm
Hast du gern.....? German Task Cards with Gern Expressions

Hast du gern.....? German Task Cards with Gern Expressions

This 5-page file includes: ~24 task cards with 'gern' conversation starters (4 pages x 6 cards per sheet) ~Recording sheet These task cards provide a great way to get students practicing the gern expressions out loud. Can be used alone, in pairs or small groups! Examples: Gehst du gern ins Kino? Singst du gern? Lernst du gern Deutsch?
ninatutor
Ich bin online p60 Stimmt 1 Kapitel 3

Ich bin online p60 Stimmt 1 Kapitel 3

A full hour lesson with differentiated LOs and different starting points dependant on target grades. Each slide has instructions underneath and focuses mainly on speaking and translation.
chloeb1995
German bundle: Grammar explained and applied

German bundle: Grammar explained and applied

This bundle includes a 5 page workbook on the German Perfect tense (explanations with examples, exercises and keys), an 8 page workbook on German word order (explanations with examples, exercises) and a German verb practice game (game board, templates for dice). Enjoy!
salsify
Listening Activity about female programers in Africa

Listening Activity about female programers in Africa

Using a video link to the Deutsche Welle website, this video listening comprehension has 8 questions in English that challenge students to pick out key facts from what they hear. Suitable for the year 12 topic digital media / life online. If the link refuses to work, google 'Deutsche Welle Programmieren für Mädchen in Südafrika' and it'll be the top search result.
salmon79uk
Speaking Test - Revision Wheel - Identity and Culture

Speaking Test - Revision Wheel - Identity and Culture

An adaptable resource to enable students to prepare for the question and answer element of the speaking test. Students prepare answers on the wheel. There is a sheet of vocabulary and phrases to help them. The wheel is best printed out on A3 paper to give students ample space to write their responses. It also works best if the students colour-code their responses to match the colour of the question. Teachers can change the questions easily electronically if they prefer to use different questions. At the end of the Technology document there is a photograph example of a completed wheel to share with students by means of an explanation. Important - the final step is to print off a blank pro forma. Students cut it the circle in the middle so they can see the questions and cut it the ‘triangles’ which cover their answers. They can then reveal questions one by one whilst learning, bit by bit for testing or get partners to test chosen segments. More themes to follow.
s.barfoot