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German Activities - Die Umwelt - Class Speaking

German Activities - Die Umwelt - Class Speaking

A Speaking activity practising key structures on the topic of the environment. Every pupil gets an information card and a question card. Students then walk around to fill in their question card by asking other students about the environment. Key Questions: Was kann man für die Umwelt machen? Was machst du für die Umwelt? Was hast du für die Umwelt gemacht? Was für Umweltprobleme gibt es in deiner Stadt?
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Writing challenge: Environment/Exchanges + verb guide

Writing challenge: Environment/Exchanges + verb guide

I created this to surreptitiously get my year 9s to rehash a piece of writing they did in an exam. The task was to write a letter home about their German exchange experience - their German exchange partner is Detlev, whose family are incredibly environmentally friendly (no heating, no electricity(!)). This challenge allows all students to create an end-product by choosing one of the three on offer (article, interview, poster). On the back is a colour-coded guide to verb forms and word order (present tense, modal/future structure, and verb-comma-verb/subordination.
hasslethehog
Die Umwelt & Obdachlos

Die Umwelt & Obdachlos

End of topic fun activity sheet based on Echo 3 Rot - one worksheet with a word-search, crossword, jumbled words and "how many can you find" picture. I tend to use it either as part of a carousel or during speaking assessment lessons.
RachelGrice
Diskussionthema - Die Umwelt gegen den Betrieb

Diskussionthema - Die Umwelt gegen den Betrieb

I created this resource for my KS4 classes to use to for group work preparation and then debate between the 2 different factions. I linked it useful phrases to express and justify meanings, to allow students opportunity to be creative when speaking.
mmullen
Umwelt / Environment - Speaking Game

Umwelt / Environment - Speaking Game

This is a resource based on the card game Cheat, which I adapted to practise speaking about environmental issues. The game is very competitive and my classes have always enjoyed it. Rules included. I recommend printing onto card so that the students can't see through the paper...
jhalkyard