Middle school German resources: where i live

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German - Rooms in the house

German - Rooms in the house

This presentation starts by comparing how many own their own houses in the UK and Germany. Then, using the German logic, looking at the vocab of rooms in the house. There is then a team game to practise the new vocab and, finally, a matching activity.

By TheMFLTeacher

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

German homework year 10 Stimmt GCSE chapter 4 Schule

German homework year 10 Stimmt GCSE chapter 4 Schule

Homework sheets based on the vocabulary I have taken mainly from Stimmt GCSE course chapter 4 (House and Home). They are quick to mark, and repetitive on purpose, so that pupils get lots of opportunities to practise key language and structures.

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