This resource is fun for your students and it will really help to build time-related vocabulary (particularly when dealing the confusing 'halb' descriptor).<br />
It's up to you how you use this one. It is basically a blank clock face with some German vocabulary on it. You may want to use it to test students or give as a homework. You will have to decide on the task that you can use this resource for.
A lesson designed to revise the numbers 1-60 and to teach students to tell the time in various ways in German. Weaker students are taught how to tell the time by the hour; able students, by the hour and the minute; and the ablest students, by using more idiomatic expressions (such as 'quarter past'). All four key skills are tackled in the lesson.
Connect Four (general reviewing);
Time in English;
Reviewing of numbers including bingo cards (all different) and I have, who has (please feel free to inbox me for instructions);
Match up activity;
Write up vocabulary;
Zeros and crosses;
Richtig oder falsch exercise;
Using time in a sentence;
TV schedule reading exercise.
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!
Resources include:<br />
Germany information pack, giving details of key facts, geography, climate, famous people, etc<br />
Photo pack of scenery around Germany, photo pack of all the major cities of Germany famous German people flashcards, number flashcards, food flashcards, etc<br />
Key word cards for discussion or display, large lettering, long banner, buntings, plain and patterned borders, flags of Europe, maps of country / continent / world / blank, map and flag tasks, treasure hunt game, quiz, etc, bingo game, writing activities, colouring pages, drawing activities, role play activities, research task, mind map<br />
Days / months/ common phrases of the week flashcards in English and German<br />
German history timeline information from 500BCE to current day<br />