Including all the mistakes. Appreciate the time and effort that has gone into copying and pasting this - I still feel the exam board should provide these for the price they charge - or at least put them on the website in word format so that we can correct their mistakes as well as present them in any any format we choose before we give them to our students!
p4 einschlaten - should be einschalten
p5 - leihen appears here and on p6
p6 - scheien - should be schneien
p7 - tich beeilen - should be sich beeilen
p16 - an ? Ordnung - shouldn't this be in Ordnung?
Probably quite a few more - you tend to spot them when the students complain that they spent 'hours' looking in a dictionary and couldn't find them!!!!
I've had a go at creating an app from a GCSE vocab list, so that students can revise vocab on their smartphone or tablet. The app also contains some additional vocab from an older GCSe list, advice about revising and a list of high frequency words. Hopefully this will be more appealing than fifty sheets of paper. It&'s free to download.
Lesson introducing rooms in the house, including a guessing-game for the starter, a match-up, a reading activity, battleships for speaking practice (handout version is already available on TES), a longer reading activity and an ongoing dictionary task as an extension activity. Successfully used as an interview lesson!
Full set of 16 black line master German state flags that students can colour in. Ideal for a unit on German geography, a German Day activity, creating a wall display, etc. <br />
A summary table that can be printed on A3 paper to guide the students in their colouring.
History: Berlin Olympics 1936 - 80 years on<br />
1. PowerPoint presentation about the Berlin Olympics in August 1936.<br />
Includes slides on the stars of the games; the modern nature of the games;the Nazis and the Olympics; football controversy and a quiz about the ’36 Olympics.<br />
2. Berlin Olympics work book. <br />
Includes tasks on writing a mini biography of one of the key figures involved in the ’36 games; answering written questions about the Berlin Olympics and writing a report as a journalist working in Berlin in August 1936.<br />
2 lessons with activities included, graded as an outstanding lesson. <br />
Presentation 1: describing eye colour and hair colour and style. Games and activities included, including gap fills and matching tasks. Using audio in the presentation and using SPaG elements.<br />
Presentation 2: recap of presentation 1, then introducing height and weight. Activity at the end to recap all presentation 1` and 2. <br />
Images are not my own. Ideas for activities taken from various websites.