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Plurals

Plurals

These resources teach students how to form plurals of nouns in German.
ftbnemesis
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!
swillard8
Learning To Speak German The Fun Way! - Bundle

Learning To Speak German The Fun Way! - Bundle

Are you learning German? Are you looking for a fun way to learn German? I have developed a way to learn different languages based on my experience as an ESL teacher. This pack has 57 different settings for students to talk about in German. The worksheets themselves are in English and the students do need to translate the places and objects they see into German. At the end of the session, the students can play a fun game of word bingo to show they have mastered that day's vocabulary. Try it, it is a lot of fun for everyone!
peterfogarty
German Grammar Games - Similar to "Uno" - Die Zeiten

German Grammar Games - Similar to "Uno" - Die Zeiten

A set of 102 cards. Each card contains a pronoun, a verb and a colour. The set contains common regular and irregular verbs. There are also 16 blank cards to create your own. The game can be played in any tense, but is intended for the present tense. Aim of the game is to get rid of your cards. Each students starts of with 6 cards. First card of the remaining deck is put face up. Students start to play clockwise. Each students can put down a card if it matches either the colour, the verb or the pronoun of the previous card. Students are only allowed to put down their card if they have conjugated the verb on their card according to the pronoun on their card. If a student can't put down a card or makes a mistake, they take a card from the remaining deck. The set contains common regular and irregular verbs. The game can be played in any tense, but is intended for the present tense.
Languagesresources
German Poster Starter Pack

German Poster Starter Pack

Are you are German NQT or are you getting a new class room next year? Here are my favourite displays and posters to decorate your new German teaching area!
jusch12
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
Robinson Crusoe

Robinson Crusoe

This engaging resource, inspired by STUDIOCANAL's new animated take on a classic tale, features a series of activities for use in your classroom to inspire pupils to think creatively and demonstrate outstanding communication and problem solving skills. Activities encourage children to engage with the quirky colourful characters in Robinson Crusoe, including Tuesday the Parrot, Scrubby the Goat and Rosie the Tapir, exploring their personalities and their island home using verbal and non-verbal communication effectively. Activities can be used in their entirety or as engaging starter or extension activities in an existing lesson or workshop.
IntoFilm
Speaking and Writing Strategies for German IGCSE

Speaking and Writing Strategies for German IGCSE

Carousel lesson aimed at year 11 students preparing for IGCSE/GCSE. Main focus on perfect, imperfect and pluperfect tenses. Materials include: 1) Lesson plan 2) PowerPoint to accompany lesson - interactive feature for translations (pupils translate a phrase, click on box to make it disappear and reveal part of an image using IWB pen or mouse) 3) Variety of materials that focus on the perfect, imperfect and pluperfect tenses in a narrative context (e.g. cryptograms, gap fill tasks, competitive/timed speaking tasks in groups, AfL task where students have to study a model answer and give feedback/ways to improve - to be used in conjunction with mark scheme) 4) Answers provided for peer or self-assessment.
NicholasMorgan