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GCSE ALEVEL GERMAN FUTURE TENSE CONJUGATION 25 high-frequency German verbs, including modals, regular, irregular and separable verbs I’ve created a series of ‘quick conjugation’ workbooks for my students to use in a range of learning contexts - for example in directed class time or learning at home, holiday refresher work. I have folders with workbooks ready for students to select during our ‘free-choice’ time, so that they can decide themselves what particular verbs and forms they most need to work on. The workbooks are most effective when students have regular and frequent opportunities to engage with them, and we discuss as a whole-group what our progress is - we use the Notes and Next Steps template to guide this discussion.

I find it useful to remind students of a number of things when focusing on or revising tense and verb conjugation. For example, there are certain differences in usage between the future tense in English and German. Students also need to have a good grasp of the relevant auxiliary, in this case werden in the present tense- and to get used to ensuring that the accompanying key verb in the infinitive form is situated at the end of the clause or sentence. The workbook doesn’t look at usage or word order though - its focus is solely on the correct conjugation of verbs, and does not look at word order specifically.

There are ten pages in the workbook, which has the following structure:

  • Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German.

  • Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations:

Conjugation Challenge 1: each verb is conjugated across a range of pronouns, and students write the corresponding English verb conjugation.

Conjugation Challenge 2: this challenge gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation.

Conjugation Challenge 3: the prompt is in English, and students write the correct German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt.

There’s a Notes and Next Steps template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. The workbook has an accompanying 6-page answer key book

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GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER
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GERMAN HIGH-FREQUENCY VERBS CONJUGATION BUNDLE 2

**ALEVEL GERMAN CONJUGATION HIGH-FREQUENCY VERBS GRAMMAR PRACTICE - 8 WORKBOOKS & TENSES** For a real focus on the conjugation of *high-frequency German* verbs, I've put together 8 of my 'quick conjugation' workbooks, each with a key beginner / intermediate moving into advanced that I like my German students to be confident with. I use these kinds of 'quick conjugation' workbooks in various learning contexts - for example in directed class time or learning at home, holiday refresher work. There are *150 conjugations* in each workbook, across *3 differentiated conjugation challenges*, so *1,200 conjugations* in total. I have folders with workbooks ready for students to select during our 'free-choice' time, so that they can decide themselves what particular verbs and forms they most need to work on. I give my students lots of frequent and regular opportunities to work with conjugations, and we discuss as a whole-group what our progress is - we use the Notes and Next Steps template to guide this discussion. When we work at 'quick conjugation', we discuss a range of important facts about tense and verb conjugation. For example, with the f*uture perfect tense*, students need to have a firm grasp of *werden in the present tense*, of how to form *past participles of a range of verb types*, and to get used to ensuring that the *haben in its infinitive form is situated at the end of the clause or sentence*, though these workbooks focus solely on the correct conjugation of verbs with ‘quick conjugations', and so does not look at word order. Conjugating *werden in the present tense*, and placing it together with the accompanying verb in the infinitive form is a very fixed pattern, with which students become very familiar and confident the more they work with conjugation in this tense - and these quick conjugations will certainly help to embed that successfully. Grammar books are not consistent with grammatical terminology, so in this context, the *conditional perfect* is *I would have done* or *I would have gone* for example. I’ve used *hätte & past participle / ich wäre & past participle* as *ich würde gemacht haben / ich würde gegangen sein* is no longer commonly used in the way that *ich hätte gemacht / ich wäre gegangen* are for example. The conjugation is structured in the same way as the *Konjunktiv II Plusquamperfekt*, which is often called the *pluperfect subjunctive* in English grammatical terminology, though of course, the usage is different.. **The tenses are:** present tense (*Präsens*) perfect tense (*Perfekt*) imperfect tense (*Präteritum*) future tense (*Futur I*) conditional tense (*Konjuktiv II, Futur I*) pluperfect tense (*Plusquamperfekt*) future perfect tense (*Konjuktiv I, Futur II*) conditional perfect tense (*Konjuktiv II, Plusquamperfekt)* There are ten pages in each workbook, which has the following structure: * Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German. * Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations: **Conjugation Challenge 1**: each verb is conjugated across a range of pronouns, and students write the corresponding English verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 2**: this challenge gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation. **Conjugation Challenge 3**: the prompt is in English, and students write the correct German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. This is really useful for those students who haven’t quite learnt the infinitives, and tend to recognize only single, individual conjugations There is also a 6-page **answer key book** which students find really useful, and I actually consider essential for this type of workbook - either to self- or peer-assess - it's also a great time saver for teachers, as well as a way of encouraging students to really assume more responsibility for, and independence in, their learning. There's a **Notes and Next Steps** page in the workbook - we use this to map progress, and to note ideas for improvement. We also use it as to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really popular and effective activity. It's also a great place to note any additional high-frequency verbs that students learn, and this helps to build up a really strong verb vocab bank. Have a look at this free quick conjugation workbook sampler, which will give you a good idea of how the workbooks are structured, and if they're going to work well in your classroom. **GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER** [tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-example-12154187](http://) There files are non-editable files in a zipped format. I've also included a couple of my free-to-download resources that you may not have seen in my store. The bundle is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!**

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GERMAN HIGH-FREQUENCY VERBS CONJUGATION BUNDLE 1

**ALEVEL GERMAN VERBS CONJUGATION** *25 high-frequency German verbs*, a bundle of 6 'quick conjugation' workbooks, each featuring a tense that *intermdiate GCSE ALEVEL German learner*s need to be confident with: present tense (*Präsens*) perfect tense (*Perfekt*) imperfect tense (*Präteritum*) future tense (*Futur I*) conditional tense (*Konjuktiv II, Futur I*) pluperfect tense (*Plusquamperfekt*) There are *25 high-frequency German verbs, including modals, regular, irregular and separable verbs, 900 conjugation questions* in total. Each workbook has ten pages, with* 3 differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 conjugation questions*, and also has an accompanying *answer key book* - this is an essential element of the resource for me. Not only do answer keys gives students an additional opportunity to engage with language and grammar, they definitely help them to develop more independence in their learning. They thoroughly enjoy 'correcting' their own and each others' work too! **The structure of each workbook is as follows:** Two alphabetical German-English and English-German verb lists, which is useful both short and longer-term as a reference resource. CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 1: this challenge shows each verb conjugated across a range of pronouns. Students then write the corresponding English verb conjugation. CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 2: this challenge shows the infinitive of each individual verb in German, and its target pronoun. Students then write the relevant verb conjugation in German. CONJUGATION CHALLENGE 3: here, students write the corresponding German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. This is really useful for those students who haven’t quite learnt the infinitives, and tend to recognize only single, individual conjugations There's a **Notes and Next Steps** template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It's a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. Each workbook has an accompanying 6-page answer key book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others' work! These kinds 'quick recall conjugation' workbooks are really popular with my students, and we use them in lots of different learning contexts. For example they're great for general practice in the introduction phrase, and students often select them independently when we have our regular 15-minute free-choice slots. They're a great refresher after vacation, and ideal for cover / sub lessons. To get the best out of the workbooks, I have a bank of them ready for my students to work on regularly and frequently. Have a look at this free quick conjugation workbook sampler, which will give you a good idea of how the workbooks are structured, and if they're going to work well in your classroom. **GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER** [tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-example-12154187](http://) The files are non-editable files in zipped folders. I've also included a couple of my free-to-download resources you may not have seen in my store yet. The resources are copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. **VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!**

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