This is a very large set of resources to introduce and practise the topic of healthy lifestyle. The lengthy PowerPoint initially introduces a set of vocabulary related to healthy and unhealthy lifestyles, with some practice activities to follow. It then goes on to introduce ‘man muss’, ‘man sollte’ and ‘man darf nicht’, ‘man sollte nicht’ and combines this with the infinitives and vocabulary previously presented. There are a range of activities to follow, including a writing activity, listening, a gap fill and a translation. A grammar section follows introducing general adverbs and adverbs of time / frequency and how to add them to a text with exercises to follow. Some of the exercises throughout this PowerPoint are divided into option A (easier) and option B (more challenging). There follows a variety of different exercises (including reading comprehensions, match ups, grammar and a writing activity with help sheet) and a second listening activity. All answers appear on the PowerPoint. Following this there are photo card activities with example answers and a range of photos for class speaking or writing work. This is aimed at Year 9 and/ or GCSE students. In all there are over 24 different activities and the PowerPoint is 107 slides long.
To accompany the PowerPoint there are two worksheet documents (one includes all activities and option A only, and the second is the same but with option B) for all the activities, which are easily editable. There is also a printable help sheet for one of the writing tasks.
Pupils will gain an excellent knowledge of a wide range of ways healthy and unhealthy lifestyles can be presented and practised, and will be confident to recognise and use them in a range of situations.
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