Preschool German resources: tv and cinema

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Varmints Multi-Lingual Pack

Varmints Multi-Lingual Pack

This bundle contains all the resources/booklets from all 3 language versions of the Varmints Activity Booklets which can be found for sale individually. You will need to find/buy the film in order to use these resources properly.

By elwood

Varmints Spanish Activity Booklet

Varmints Spanish Activity Booklet

This is a set of resources to be used with the animated film ´Varmints´, which can be found to purchase. The booklet could be done over series of lessons, or as a unit of work with other exercises/lesson sections in between. The tasks gradually increase in difficulty. There is a booklet for students (one with vocab, one without) plus a guide booklet for teacher. Students should watch various parts of the video and complete sections of the booklet at appropriate times.

By elwood

Varmints German Activity Booklet

Varmints German Activity Booklet

This is a set of resources to be used with the animated film ´Varmints´, which can be found to purchase. The booklet could be done over series of lessons, or as a unit of work with other exercises/lesson sections in between. The tasks gradually increase in difficulty. There is a booklet for students (one with vocab, one without) plus a guide booklet for teacher. Students should watch various parts of the video and complete sections of the booklet at appropriate times.

By elwood

Introducing pets with Das Geheime Leben der Haustiere

Introducing pets with Das Geheime Leben der Haustiere

Use the new Pixar film to introduce pets in German with enough material for about 3 lessons. These lessons are based on chapter 2, units 1 and 2, pages 30-34 in “Stimmt 1” but can also be used in combination with Zoom 1 and other text books. It includes picture description and translation tasks, modelled on the new GCSE exams. Topics are pets, genders, description (body/character) and modal verbs. Some tasks are based on a YouTube clip, but can be skipped if you can’t access YouTube in your school. This download includes a 90-slide PowerPoint presentation, three worksheets and a lesson plan. Lesson Overview • Slide 2: German Trailer • Slides 3-15: introduction of animals and genders • Slides 17-26: listen and repeat animals • Slides 27-37: Pass Auf! Game • Slides 48-59: Was fehlt? Game • Slides 60-67: Speaking description words • Slide 68: writing task venn diagram description words • Slide 69-73: plurals • Slide 74: reading tasks, additional description words • Slides 75-77: listening task, ways of saying good bye • 78-84: modal sentences with “kann” • Slides 85-88: Picture description • Slide 89-90: Bingo • Slides 91-94: Translation tasks answers • Translation Worksheet • Puzzle Worksheet Note: PPT now corrected

By jusch12

Das Wunder von Bern - pre film lesson

Das Wunder von Bern - pre film lesson

I pre film lesson for Das Wunder von Bern, looking at the background of the film and the recent history of Germany, to help pupils better understand the context. Based on a format developed by Rachel Hawkes.

By travellingfaery

CREATURE COMFORTS IN GERMAN

CREATURE COMFORTS IN GERMAN

Animals discuss aliens, sleep and communications in Nick Park and Aardman Animations' brilliant short films. Baby squirrels talking in German about aliens and bats discussing communication - have fun and I hope your pupils do, too!

By CatherinePaver