Primary German resources: freetime activities

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German - What can you do in town?

German - What can you do in town?

To begin with, pupils are introduced to the new vocab of saying what there is to do in town. Then, pupils raise their hands, according to the activity you mention (right, left or both hands). After this, pupils choose A, B or C to translate (the options are not shown until they choose). It makes translation a little more fun! Finally, pupils translate the sentences about what you can do in town.

By TheMFLTeacher

Sport und Sportarten

Sport und Sportarten

These resources teach students how to describe and discuss different sports and physical activities in German. The resources focus on the following vocabulary: Ski fahren To go skiing Snowboarden To go snowboarding Rodeln To sledge, toboggan Eislaufen To iceskate Curling spielen To do curling Nordic Walking machen To go Nordic walking Wandern To hike Klettern To climb Schwimmen To swim Fahrrad / Rad fahren To cycle Handball / Fußball / Tennis spielen To play handball / football / tennis Ich spiele gern (Fußball) I like playing (football) Ich turne seit (fünf Jahren) I have been doing gymnastics for (five years) Ich mache (nicht) gern (Nordic Walking) I (don’t) like doing (Nordic walking) Ich habe mit (sechs) Jahren angefangen, Tennis zu spielen I started playing tennis when I was (six) years old Ich habe (Rollschuhlaufen) im Alter von (sechs) Jahren gelernt I learnt to (roller skate) at the age of (six) Ich habe schon (Golf) ausprobiert I have already tried (golf) Ich würde nie (Skateboard) fahren I would never go (skateboarding) Ich trainiere (jeden Tag) mit Freunden im Verein I train my my friends at the club (every day)

By ftbnemesis

Echo Express 1 Module 4 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

Echo Express 1 Module 4 Vocabulary Matching Exercises

These simple yet versatile matching exercises are made from the vocabulary used in module 4 of Echo Express 1. They can be used as starters, extensions, plenaries, homework and revision. They are also great for measuring progress when used as a starter and a plenary in the same lesson. They can also be colour-coded / traffic lighted to provide instant feedback as well as a focus for assessment revision. I always let pupils choose whether they want to write the answers in in English or the Target Language. Matching with lines never works! I have had great feedback from pupils when using them and hope you will too. Please let me know if you find typos / mistakes.

By deutschelehrerin

AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam and Marking Token

AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam and Marking Token

There are two resources included: 1) A writing exam, based on the format of the AQA Foundation Level Writing Exam. Topics covered include work from unit 1 (me, my family and friends) and unit 2 (technology in everyday life). 2) A marking token for the teacher, that can be edited electronically. Students are traffic lighted according to their scores in each question, so they know how to improve upon their writing scores in the future.

By sarahmccarthy86

AQA Speaking Foundation Photo Card Assessment Pack

AQA Speaking Foundation Photo Card Assessment Pack

There are three resources included: 1) A peer-assessment marking token, where students rate their partners' responses to the photo card. On the photo card, there are some helpful tips as to what to look out for. (Fluency/opinions/justifications etc.) 2) An AQA photo card on the topic of technology, which has been adapted to show some possible sentence starters students could use when articulating their ideas. 3) A teacher marking token, which shows the AQA official markscheme in the what went well section. There are also some 'Even Better Ifs.'

By sarahmccarthy86

End of term puzzle Stimmt 1 unit 3 Zeit fur Freizeit

End of term puzzle Stimmt 1 unit 3 Zeit fur Freizeit

This is a tarsia puzzle to practise vocab from chapter 3 in Stimmt 1 (hobbies and sport) A tarsia consists of puzzle pieces that the students cut out and then match words to form a certain shape (ideally students don’t know what shape that is). They will quickly realise their mistakes if the puzzle won’t fit together. Great activity for Friday afternoons, cover lessons or end of term. This download includes: sheets for students with jumbled up puzzle pieces, an answer sheet for the teacher in list form and one showing the shape. If the print quality of the student slide isn’t good enough, use the attached pdf file.

By jusch12