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GERMAN VOCABULARY 99 WORDS & PHRASES PRACTICE & REVISION (4)

GERMAN VOCABULARY 99 WORDS & PHRASES PRACTICE & REVISION (4)

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING GERMAN LANGUAGE SKILLS AS WELL AS PRACTICING AND REVISING GERMAN VOCABULARY! This set of games and activities helps students to develop and embed their beginning GERMAN vocabulary in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way. They’re ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. Students can quiz/test themselves and each other on a regular basis - they're a very popular alternative to more traditional vocabulary 'drilling tasks', and really do help to create a lively language learning environment. The games and activities are perfect for your home school too! This set features 99 BEGINNING WORDS AND PHRASES that students are likely to meet in the INTRODUCTORY stages of their GERMAN learning: Länder; Zahlen 61-80; die Uhrzeit; Adjektive; Essen und Getränke; Fragen und Antworten I've described the resource as suitable for Grades 6-9, but it does depend on the age at which your students begin GERMAN - the games and activities work well with any appropriate learning group, depending on their starting point. There are two non-editable files in a zipped format: FILE 1: GERMAN and ENGLISH game cards, with all the words and phrases to use in a variety of games and activities - I've suggested a range of games and activities that have worked well for me. The game card template encourages your students to apply their developing knowledge of GERMAN practically and creatively. FILE 2 is an 18-page REFERENCE, RECALL AND WRITE WORKBOOK, best photocopied double-sided, and double-stapled down the left-hand side. This format is very learner-friendly, and easily kept in a learning file or folder for regular reference. All the words and phrases are listed GERMAN-ENGLISH in language categories. There are 3 differentiated RECALL AND WRITE CHALLENGES to help your students really review and revise the vocabulary: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE: students write from memory all the words and phrases in ENGLISH from a GERMAN prompt - all the words/phrases are in their language category CHAMPION CHALLENGE: students write from memory all the words and phrases in GERMAN from an ENGLISH prompt - again, all the words and phrases are in their language category SUPERCHARGED CHALLENGE: all the words and phrases appear in random order, and switch from GERMAN to ENGLISH at each question - this really does put students' memories to the test! Encourage students to complete the NOTES AND NEXT STEPS template, which helps them to reflect on their learning, and to set progress targets. SETS 1-3 with 297 words and phrases are available at the special price of $8.00: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-vocabulary-297-words-and-phrases-practice-and-revision-11590 Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-teacher/purchaser use only. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!
LivelyLearningClassroom
Meine Freundin Celine Lesung - My Friend Celine German Reading

Meine Freundin Celine Lesung - My Friend Celine German Reading

This reading is about a young medical student who goes to Africa to volunteer with children. We also learn about her family and boss. This reading serves as good practice for describing people's appearance, personality, profession etc. This reading is accompanied by a glossary of new vocabulary and 8 true/false reading comprehension questions. Activity idea: After reading, have students show pictures of friends and describe them to their classmates.
ninatutor
Year 7 German describing yourself and others (sein + adjectives)

Year 7 German describing yourself and others (sein + adjectives)

* A week's worth of lessons * Several activities that actively engage students and reduce teacher talk to a minimum * Fun practice activities plus a worksheet to embed * Students finish by creating a role play asking and answering questions about family and friends * Enables students to understand which conjugation to use when naming individuals * Lesson overview is in the Notes pages of Slide 1 * Buzzers game explained in detail (our students *love* this activity) * Progress against objectives is clearly signposted * Homework clearly laid out with links to a Quizlet designed for these lessons
Mazarine
Pets in German.

Pets in German.

This resource introduces 14 pets with a range of practice activities. It introduces the question ‘Hast du ein Haustier?’ and a range of possible answers. There are tables to show the plural forms of the pets and a slide to show the use of the accusative form with Ich habe…. There are pair work speaking activities, reading activities and writing activities, all based on the pets. A word search also accompanies the PowerPoint (56 slides).
cgazzal
Differentiation - German sentence starters - word order and opinions

Differentiation - German sentence starters - word order and opinions

I designed this lesson for a group of students who struggled to give opinions in German, whilst using sentence starters such as Meiner Meaning each, Meines Erachtens, Ich denke, dass...... 4 powerpoint slides contained. Slide 1 & 2 should be laminated and given to students and put onto a keyring to support leaners. (This helps weaker students and it is a good strategy to help PP students, who may not have access to self-help guides). Slide 1 details 5 complex sentence starters and gives examples of how they work. Slide 2 contains 'wow words' to finish opinions - positive and negative phrases. (Relating to the topic of marriage) Slide 3 - Contains rules for an exciting game of 'Sentence Auctions.' Each student starts off with 140 Euros. Sentences displayed worth different amounts. Sentences displayed are both correct and incorrect. If you bid for a correct sentence, you win that amount. If you don’t bet, and the sentence is incorrect, nothing happens. If you bet, and the sentence is incorrect, you deduct that amount. If you don’t bet and the sentence is correct, you deduct that amount. Slide 4 - Students compete against each other, responding to a mixture of correct and incorrect sentences on mini-whiteboards, focusing on word order.
sarahmccarthy86
Simple relative pronouns for Y7

Simple relative pronouns for Y7

A quick and simple worksheet to help German beginners write simple sentences using relative pronouns. Fits in after family and description topics.
nilex
Körper (Body in German) Schnecke snail game

Körper (Body in German) Schnecke snail game

Students must identify the picture (use in sentences to make it more challenging) as they advance along the snail path. Just pictures are given, so it is easy to adapt for each textbook. Make 1 copy for every 3-4 students; print on cardstock and laminate to keep forever. You need 1 die for every game board. Pictures represent: leg, hand, knee, arm, finger, foot, stomach / waist, mouth, head, nose, hair, face, tooth, eye(s), ear.
jer520