Five different motivational quotes to display, by Gandhi, Einstein, Wittgenstein and Aristotle. General ones on Learning/Education and two specifically on the benefits of Modern Languages. Two of them are in their original language (German) with translation.
A detailed and differentiated lesson on Prepositions for KS3 German.
Based on Na Klar 'Mein Zimmer', but does not require the textbook.
Includes a Starter; Grammer awareness questioning; 'Repeat after me' whiteboard flashcards; a Writing task; a plenary.
Includes a pair activity which requires a cut out of objects to be moved around a picture of a room with a cupboard etc. Can't find this anymore!
Let me know if you want me to send you a copy of the lesson plan.
You will need to know how to use ActiveInspire, as the flipchart includes objects to be pulled out etc.
This was a 25minutes interview lesson, but can be used for a full lesson or part of it.\n\nWell differentiated and detailed flipchart introduction to giving opinions on chores, using 'gerne' and adjectives. Lot's of images/flashcards and speaking opportunities. Pair interactive envelope task.\n\nYou will need to know how to use ActiveInspire (reveal/pull out hidden objects)
A differentiated 20minutes lesson created for a (successful) interview covering Introductions in German. Reading/Listening/Speaking/Writing.\n\nStudents were post-16 but complete beginners. I think this could work for any age group though.\n\nThis could be stretched out into a full lesson.\n\nLet me know if you want to have the full (and very detailed!) lesson plan.
Aimed to introduce vocabulary for methods of transport. Within the context of making a sentence to express how you get to school (Ich fahre mit...).\nIncludes images of Swiss-German transport (trolley bus; tram; train).