Ideal for Primary or Secondary, or as a ‘go to’ presentation to explain German phonics and tricky combinations. Including GIFs and a clear-cut, bright and engaging lay-out. It contains 35 slides. Ideal to use in class or as independent learning to be uploaded for students as the explanations are clear and concise.
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German Greetings Worksheets

German Greetings and Introductions unit (Die Begrüßungen auf Deutsch) writing activities: 6 worksheets (which includes puzzles) with some additional differentiated versions and a vocabulary support page. Reviews basic German words and phrases such as Guten Tag (Hello), Guten Abend (Good evening), Auf Wiedersehen (Goodbye) and Bis bald (See you soon). Students will practise asking and answering questions such as Wie geht’s? (How are you?), Wie heißt du? (What’s your name?), Wie alt bist du? (How old are you?), and Wo wohnst du? (Where do you live?). PDF format. My German basics resources are made for students beginning German and near beginners in KS2 or early KS3 (Years 5, 6 and 7) and equivalents but they may suit others, depending on experience. Please check the preview file to assess suitability. Includes: Vocabulary page (to support students who require it) Greetings & farewells worksheet (2 levels) Introductions worksheet - name, age, location etc (2 levels) Display worksheet - memory aid for key phrases (with and without background images) Hidden word puzzle Grid puzzle (3 levels – easier versions with some letters pre-placed in the grid) Word search puzzle (2 levels) Full answer keys Teacher instruction page Differentiated versions of 4 of the 6 activities are included (not the Hidden Word Puzzle or the display worksheet), with word banks, beginnings of words, or more challenging tasks etc included as appropriate. The one-star versions are the less challenging ones. The display worksheet is included with and without background illustrations. Full answer keys and an instruction page are included. The Hidden Word Puzzle is an engaging alternative to standard worksheets, and makes an ideal starter, early finisher activity, review task, or homework. German Greetings and Introductions vocabulary has been translated, with some deliberate errors for the students to find. Students circle boxes containing errors, then assemble the letters from the circled boxes to reveal a German number word. SAVE by purchasing this as part of my German Greetings and Introductions BUNDLE, along with these further 4 resource packs: German Greetings and Introductions Presentation and Activities German Greetings Games German Greetings Board Game German Greetings Role-Play Cards YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: German Numbers Worksheets and Puzzles
AQA GCSE German mindmapsQuick View

AQA GCSE German mindmaps

AQA GCSE German mindmaps, containing key structures and verbs, idioms, adjectives, fancy phrases and a key discussion aspect for each of the topics covered. Designed to be a revision tool or beginning/end of unit resource.
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German Perfect Tense workbook

This resource will prove invaluable to your learners alongside your teaching of the perfect tense, as self-study booklet or for revision. Over 5 pages, each explanation is followed up by practice tasks and an answer sheet enables learners to check their own answers too. If you like this resource, please leave me a review and check out my other resources. Look out for my bundles which will save you time and money for even more learning opportunities. Out of fairness to me and to reflect the time I spent designing this resource, please be sure to purchase a school license if you intend to share it with colleagues anywhere. Thank you. ©MosaiK
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A Level German Mindmaps

This set of mindmaps provides a summary of all twelve units taught at A Level. They supplement ‘AQA A-level’ by Hodder Education. Each mindmap comprises of ‘Schlüsselideen’, ‘Aktuelle Informationen’, ‘Vokabeln und Redewendungen’, ‘Bilder, Fakten, Statistiken und Links’ and some preparation for the speaking exam.
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German perfect tense translation game

This is a fast paced activity reviewing the perfect tense conjugation of German verbs. There are over 100 slides and five games to play. Slides give the English and pupils have ten seconds to find the German translation. The presentation is easily adaptable and can be used either as a whole lesson or as several short activities within a lesson. You can come back to it as often as you like. It helps pupils to perfect their translation of verbs in preparation for exams and helps boost confidence when speaking.
AQA GCSE German Revision BookletQuick View

AQA GCSE German Revision Booklet

This booklet contains 12 pages of useful phrases learners can use in their writing and speaking exams. The German and English is provided. The phrases are organised by Theme and sub-topic.
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The Perfect Tense in German

A step-by-step power point guide to forming and using the perfect tense in German using common GCSE vocabulary. It can be used for independent study or as a complete lesson and includes practice exercises.
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GCSE German: Antonyms and Synonyms

This is a brilliant aspect of German to revise with your students ahead of their GCSE exams, or indeed to introduce at any point in the GCSE course. Resource contains: List of 32 pairs of opposite adjectives (e.g. hot/cold, happy/sad) split into 3 increasingly difficult blocks. These have been handpicked from the GCSE syllabus for AQA/Edexcel/CIE. List of 32 sets of synonymous words (e.g. brilliant/amazing/great, delicious/tasty) split into 3 increasingly difficult blocks. Some ideas of how these two lists might be integrated into your lessons and students’ independent revision. Set of 6 differentiated match-up activities based on the opposite adjective pairs. Set of 6 differentiated match-up activities based on the synonymous sets of words. Included is an easily printable .pdf as well as an editable .doc document. I hope this resource helps your students. Feedback is, as ever, welcomed!
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Bank of German Cultural Starters

Here are 12 cultural starters to teach elements of culture at KS3 and 4. This is an easy way to get your pupils thinking about German culture for their GCSE. Topics: Places in Germany/Austria/Switzerland Music Food Traditions Clothing History Buildings Enjoy!
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German KS3- Revision Booklet

Revision booklet for beginners with varied activities (match up, fill in the gaps, translation, colouring…). As the answers are provided(PDF), students can self-assess their work. Alternatively, each worksheet can be used independently to cover one of the following topics: Hallo! (ich heiße, Ich wohne…) Die Zahlen 0-19 Die Zahlen 20-50 Die Länder Die Farben Shulsachen Der, die, das / ein, eine Wann hast du Gerburtstag ? (days, months…) The workbook starts with a little quiz on Germany . 31 activities in total The vocabulary is mainly based on Echo Express 1 but the activities would suit people who have seen the basics in German. A big thank you to and Freepik at for letting me use some of their icons.
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German Greetings Lesson and resources

This is a lesson plan and resources for a beginner’s German lesson to use with KS2. It would be perfect to use as a first German lesson, as it involves children learning the most basic vocabulary. The lesson plan gives details of a group starter, how to teach the ‘greetings’ vocabulary, a whole class game, a speaking and listening activity, a simple reading activity and a whole class plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. They are in the zip file. These are: 4 page pdf Lesson Plan 9 slide animated PowerPoint presentation. This is not editable. (Click read only to open. Some of the images only appear when the PowerPoint is played as a slideshow with the animations.) Starter activity (1 pdf page) Speaking activity labels (1 pdf page) Reading activity. (2 pdf pages) A colour and black & white version of this worksheet is included. No further preparation is needed. You might also be interested in our second German lesson: German lesson and resources : Emotions and Feelings
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German Christmas activities pack

Deutsche Weihnachten With cultural activities and links to the curriculum. Vocabulary list Sorting vocabulary by catergories Wordsearch (German to German or English to German) Christmas Carol title translations Winter idioms and expressions Decoding and translating a Christmas poem Reading comprehension: draw a Christmas house Writing: Describe your own Christmas scene. (sentence builder included +extra slide with writing frame) prepositions/positions Christmas in Germany : Fill the gaps with the correct verb Read the text and put the pictures in the correct order. The New Year in Germany: Find the translations in the text. Sports and countries: What does Santa do in each country? Match the picture with the description. Write your own sentences to say what sports Santa does in each country (sentence builder included) and draw it.
A Level German: improve essays using synonymsQuick View

A Level German: improve essays using synonyms

Do your students’ essays tend to repetitive? Would you like to broaden their vocabulary and increase the variety of their essay language at the same time? This double-sided resource will help students to do just that. By using it they will be able to avoid repetition of key phrases and increase variety in their language when writing essays about literature/plays/films for A Level German (2016 spec - all exam boards). Format: alternatives are suggested for three common sentence structures which are often overused. On the reverse side are some worked examples. The language here can be used in all essays on any play/film/work of literature and will help boost students’ language marks with minimal effort. This handout is ready to print and hand to students. It could form the basis of a lesson, or be an independent task students use to reflect and improve on their own essays.
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GCSE German Writing & Speaking Revision Booklets

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This bundle contains the 55 page German speaking revision booklet and 66 page writing booklet. These booklets cover all of the themes and sub-themes on the Edexcel GCSE German specification. They are designed to support your students in developing their speaking and writing exam skills and to provide practice opportunities. For each theme and sub-theme there are: Speaking: 3 exam style tasks (role play, photo card and conversation questions) based on both the foundation and higher papers. Writing: 7 exam style tasks based on both the foundation and higher papers. Model answers are provided for each booklet, which could then be used further as reading tasks etc. These booklets is ideal for Year 11 revision or it could be dipped in and out of from the start of Year 10.
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Months in German.

Months and descriptions of them Includes a link to Rolf Zuckowski | Die Jahresuhr (Lyric Video) .
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A short worksheet introucing family vocabulary and phrases.