Die Olympischen Spiele 2016 Rio

Die Olympischen Spiele 2016 Rio

Powerpoint which presents key vocabulary to do with sports at the Olympics, as well as pushing students to write complex, then very complex, sentences about why they might want to (not) see certain events or visit the games. Should cover a whole lesson, depending on your lesson length and what else you do, of course, hence I´ve put it as a whole lesson, rather than a presentation. Note - this is adapted (only slightly!) from the version already on here that I made for the London 2012 Olympics, so you might recognise a lot of it!
elwood
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
German crossword - sports vocabulary

German crossword - sports vocabulary

Solve the clues to get the correct sport and then translate into German and fit into the puzzle Clues are: ACROSS 3 Beckham 6 Wimbledon 8 Johnny Wilkinson 9 Kelly Holmes 10 The Tour de France 11 Lets boogie!! DOWN 1 Shoes with wheels! 2 Cod / Plaice / Haddock 4 The Harlem Globetrotters! 5 Bully off! 7 Fish like this activity!
mum44tops
Modal verb practice in German

Modal verb practice in German

1, Simple sheet - Modal Verbs Finish the sentences with an ending of your choice. Remember the second verb goes to the end in its infinitive form! Full range of modals included. 2. Display / presentation showing 'man kann' with a variety of phrases that would complete the sentence - all linked to keeping fit. 3. Crossword with 14 clues to translate. Modal Verbs Translate the clues and then fill in the puzzle. When you have finished, write a sentence using each one.
mum44tops
Die Olympischen Spiele 2016 - Olympic Games 2016

Die Olympischen Spiele 2016 - Olympic Games 2016

A range of resources to introduce the Olympic sports. The teacher PowerPoint includes a summary slide of the disciplines and a quick quiz of 10 sports to match up (this is easy to edit). There are 3 resources to test and reinforce knowledge of the disciplines; a crossword which is accompanied by a solution, there is also a word cloud containing the disciplines whereby the pupils translate the disciplines. Finally there is a word search containing 19 of the sports , pupils translate the sports and find the German. This is a really good selection of resources to introduce the games. All resources are easy to print.
rooney33
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
Freizeit - Authentic Texts

Freizeit - Authentic Texts

A booklet of authentic texts on the topic of home and local area, suitable for GCSE German reading practice. Also available for free here: http://www.thegermanclassroom.co.uk/KS4/freizeit.html
thegermanclassroom