Greetings; time; pocket moneyQuick View
Malena113Malena113

Greetings; time; pocket money

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Several PowerPoint presentations on greetings; time and pocket money adapted from other materials. Many thanks to those who did the presentations first; I have just modified them.
Saving Pocket MoneyQuick View
TESiboardTESiboard

Saving Pocket Money

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This is an interactive activity to add coins to reach a target amount, finding the difference along the way. There are three levels for differentiation purposes. Add coins into the piggy bank, pausing to check 'how much so far?' every so often, so that pupils must find the difference. Use the &'try again&'; button to look for other coin combinations to reach the total. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
Pocket Money - Equal SharesQuick View
TESiboardTESiboard

Pocket Money - Equal Shares

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This is an interactive resource. A fun TESiboard, quick, plenary-type game to encourage mental agility in handling of quantities of money. This activity is one of a pair of money sharing activities. Notes and coins can be changed in the machine to be shared to the children. This game provides an amount of money that must be shared equally amongst the children, leaving a small random amount remaining. The partner game requires the user to give exact, specificied amounts to each child. Note: you can empty coins back out of the piggy banks, one at a time. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
Pocket Money - Unequal SharesQuick View
TESiboardTESiboard

Pocket Money - Unequal Shares

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This is an interactive resource. A fun TESiboard game to encourage mental agility in handling of quantities of money. This TESiboard activity is one of a pair of money sharing activities. Notes and coins can be changed in the machine to be shared to the children. This game provides a single note and requires it to be shared exactly to the children to the amounts each is requesting. The partner game takes a more equal approach. You can empty coins back out of the piggy banks, one at a time. Note: This is a Flash activity and may not work on all devices and browsers. We recommend IE.
Pocket money lessonQuick View
laurabuckley56laurabuckley56

Pocket money lesson

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A lesson on pocket money. Includes a dominoes puzzle, a listening exercise from Echo Express 2, a peer-assessed speaking activity and writing.
Pocket Money Reading comprehensionsQuick View
Lizzieloo66Lizzieloo66

Pocket Money Reading comprehensions

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A gap fill, true/false activity and reading comprehension based on the listening activities in the Expo GCSE text books module 6 chapter 1 'Il faut bosser'. I've designed these to help my class with GCSE reading revision.
Pocket money starter and oralQuick View
leptir109leptir109

Pocket money starter and oral

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Very simple little vocab starter - cut up the strips and mix up - either give one to each student on entering the class or give a cut up set to groups - they must line up the matching German and English like dominoes. If done orally, first person reads right hand side and whoever has correct let hand side responds, then says their right hand word and so on.
Unit 8: Pocket moneyQuick View
QCDA_ResourcesQCDA_Resources

Unit 8: Pocket money

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In this unit children continue to gain confidence in manipulating numbers and learn further expressions for likes and dislikes.
Pocket money y8Quick View
KarenbewickKarenbewick

Pocket money y8

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Short activity (including a bit of numeracy) on understand ing numbers and plus / moins / par semaine / par mois. May need some prior teaching
Pocket money OX gameQuick View
chriskelly81chriskelly81

Pocket money OX game

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Zeros and crosses game to show on whiteboard. Students come to front to participate in the game. Useful starter/wrap up.
pocket money TaschengeldQuick View
sionedsmumsionedsmum

pocket money Taschengeld

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authentic materials on pocket money. Link to film on logo is http://www.tivi.de/fernsehen/logo/artikel/39743/index.html\n\nThey also do a daily news podcast which is often useful for KS4/5
Things we buy with pocket moneyQuick View
sorochesoroche

Things we buy with pocket money

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Worksheet that can be used as a starter or plenary where students have to match vocabulary on things they buy (in French) with their definitions (in French too). I used it with a yr11 group but can be used with an able yr9.
Spanish Pocket Money - La PagaQuick View
NGfLCymruNGfLCymru

Spanish Pocket Money - La Paga

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In this Unit, pupils will learn to talk and write about how much pocket money they receive and how they spend it. They will also learn to talk about money earned through part time jobs. The Unit comprises of activities for Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing and includes printable vocabulary lists. Pupils are encouraged to use numeracy and problem solving skills to complete tasks and guess the meaning of new vocabulary. Each section is accompanied by teachers’ notes with suggestions on how to use each resource.
Pocket Money Resources - La PagaQuick View
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Pocket Money Resources - La Paga

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In this Unit, pupils will learn to talk and write about how much pocket money they receive and how they spend it. They will also learn to talk about money earned through Part Time Jobs. The Unit comprises of activities for Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing and includes printable Vocabulary lists. Pupils are encouraged to use Numeracy and Problem Solving skills to complete tasks and guess the meaning of new vocabulary. Each section is accompanied by teachers’ notes with suggestions on how to use each resource.
pocket money and part time jobsQuick View
lyoung888lyoung888

pocket money and part time jobs

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Reading practice, writing practice and vocabulary list focusing on attitudes to earning and spending money and with quite sophisticated language.
pocket money and perfect tense, pricesQuick View
lyoung888lyoung888

pocket money and perfect tense, prices

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Speaking exercise - an information gap where pupils have to guess what items are on their partner's sheet. Partner is encouraged to answer in a full sentence, either using negative, or positive and saying the price.