High school German resources: war and peace

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War and Peace - Jugendoffensive der Bundeswehr

War and Peace - Jugendoffensive der Bundeswehr

A2 / Pre-U, Topic War and Peace. Includes questions to a video (trailer to You-Yube series Die Rekruten), vocabulary list, grammar exercise (gapfill focussing on adjective/case endings), summary and writing task, all from authentic resources. Solutions included.

By regange

The Moral Dilemma Generator - [200 Slide PPT with 'Randomiser'] GERMAN VERSION

The Moral Dilemma Generator - [200 Slide PPT with 'Randomiser'] GERMAN VERSION

This resource has been translated from the English version with the author's (godwin86) position so that German teachers can foster moral debates in their classrooms. This is a great way to contribute towards SMSC education in your MFL classroom. The original English version can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-p4c-the-moral-dilemma-generator-200-slide-ppt-with-randomiser-philosophy-for-kids-11381522 Uses: -P4C (Philosophy for kids) -Form time activities -German lessons (KS4 & 5) -Debating societies -Making best use of spare time at the end of lessons Discussions follow one of four formats, each asking students to move from one side of the room or the other to make their position clear: teachers should then use questioning to foster a debate between students, encouraging them to present reasons for their choice and defend their position. The formats are: -"Which is more moral?" (students chose between two options) -"Agree or disagree?" (where students respond to a presented statement about morality of a moral issue) -"Who do you save?" (where students need to save one of two people/options, and justify the morality of their decision) -"Moral or immoral?" (where students cast their judgement on a given action, event or person. This resource is great value at £4.99 and cannot be found elsewhere: -It clearly contributes to the Moral aspect of your school's SMSC provision -It allows for countless hours of discussion and debate to be structured in a focussed and engaging manner. -It would take days to reproduce yourself. -It can save vast amounts of staff time in preparing cover lessons -It is the perfect way to make the most of any time a teacher might have left at the end of a lesson. -It deals with cross curricular issues Please note: this resource deals with controversial issues, debates and questions that may be deemed unsuitable for younger children. It is designed for secondary school students, but can be easily adapted to younger years with appropriate amendments by their teacher.

By Maxi88

Ein schwieriges Vaterland

Ein schwieriges Vaterland

Adapted slightly from a text I originally included in Brennpunkt Neue Ausgabe. A German describes some of the difficulties relating to German national identity. Followed by two comprehension activities.

By petermorris2001

German:  Paris Attacks Listening

German: Paris Attacks Listening

After the attacks in Paris on the 13th November, a German singer/songwriter has gone viral with his peace song written in the aftermath of the attacks. The listening activities link to youtube, there is a gapfill to complete for both an interview with the singer and for his song. The video for the song shows the lyrics, so you might not want to have the video visible for the gap fill. This is not a complete lesson, just something you could use with your class.

By lmd030190