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Umwelt - Environment Helft der Umwelt

Umwelt - Environment Helft der Umwelt

German GCSE AQA new GCSE lesson for first lesson on environment. Focus on speaking at end of lesson. 2 Listening activities and some whole class AfL. Listening files needed from AQA book (first from F book, second from H book pg 115).

By danrogersmfl

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) - FIVE GAMES & CHALLENGES PACK

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) - FIVE GAMES & CHALLENGES PACK

FIVE DIFFERENTIATED GAMES AND CHALLENGES!Focus on five / ten past and five / ten to the hour.I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great language learning game. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers, supported by the visual prompt of the clock faces, makes it perfect for practising, reinforcing & refreshing how to tell the time in GERMAN. It’s a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The game really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and is a great alternative to more traditional 'drilling' activities.There are two games, each with a different challenge:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE - with the clock times in numerical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE - with the clock times in topsy-turvy order, which really does encourage students to focus on how to tell the time in GERMAN!DINKY GERMAN TELLING THE TIME DOMINOES GAMES (2) will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. The games are ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. There are three games and three levels of challenge:GAME 1: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the analogue times in numerical order, 1 to 12GAME 2: CHAMPION CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets students thinking about how to tell the time in GERMANGAME 3: SUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN to complete the domino sequence in record time! Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer in teams works really well too. I've classed the games as suitable for ages 7-16, because it really does depend on the age at which your students begin their GERMAN, the language themes and concepts they're currently working on, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during revision periods. The resource itself consists of four, non-editable files in a zipped format; I've added a selection of preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. The I HAVE, WHO HAS and the DOMINOES GAMES are also available separately if you prefer, each priced at £2.00.Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - NINE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES - EVERY ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME IN GERMAN!

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - NINE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES - EVERY ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME IN GERMAN!

A PERFECT WAY OF PRACTISING TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN!This bumper pack of DINKY GERMAN DOMINOES GAMES, Sets 1, 2, 3, features every analogue clock time in GERMAN. The games will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. There’s a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading. They’re ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino time-sequence line, on the classroom floor or on a long(ish) table, by matching the times and the clock faces. There are three levels of challenge in each set: CHILLOUT Challenge features the analogue times in numerical order, 1 — 12CHAMPION Challenge features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets studentsthinking about how to tell the time in GERMANSUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN! I've included a reference list of all clock times in both numerical order (chillout challenge) and topsy-turvy order (champion challenge), which students find useful as a learning support resource.Play regularly as you work with telling the time to map both improved recall and word recognition, as well as increasing confidence. Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer works well - can students beat their own time record?SET 3 uses fünfundzwanzig vor halb... and fünfundzwanzig nach halb... to express 25 past and 25 to the hour respectively, in order to reinforce those pesky half pasts a little more.There are nine non-editable files in a zipped format in this pack - I've included some preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole - the sets are also available individually if you prefer, priced at £2.00 each.Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - FIVE GAMES & CHALLENGES PACK

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - FIVE GAMES & CHALLENGES PACK

I HAVE , WHO HAS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES and DOMINOES - 3 GAMES, 3 CHALLENGES - FOCUS on o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past.I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great language learning game. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers, supported by the visual prompt of the clock faces, makes it perfect for practising, reinforcing & refreshing how to tell the time in GERMAN. It’s a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The game really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and is a great alternative to more traditional 'drilling' activities.There are two games, each with a different challenge:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE - with the clock times in numerical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE - with the clock times in topsy-turvy order, which really does encourage students to focus on how to tell the time in GERMAN!DINKY GERMAN TELLING THE TIME DOMINOES GAMES (1) will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. The games are ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. There are three games and three levels of challenge:GAME 1: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the analogue times in numerical order, 1 — 12GAME 2: CHAMPION CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets students thinking about how to tell the time in GERMANGAME 3: SUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN to complete the domino sequence in record time! Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer in teams works really well too. The games feature analogue clock times, 1-12, including midday and midnight, with o'clock, half past, a quarter to and a quarter past the hour. I've classed the games as suitable for ages 7-16, because it really does depend on the age at which your students begin their GERMAN, the language themes and concepts they're currently working on, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during revision periods. The resource itself consists of four, non-editable files; I've added a selection of preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. The I HAVE, WHO HAS and the DOMINOES GAMES are also available separately if you prefer, each priced at £2.00.Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

Umwelt / Environment - Speaking Game

Umwelt / Environment - Speaking Game

This is a resource based on the card game Cheat, which I adapted to practise speaking about environmental issues.The game is very competitive and my classes have always enjoyed it.Rules included.I recommend printing onto card so that the students can't see through the paper...

By jhalkyard

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

FOCUS ON FIVE / TEN PAST AND FIVE / TEN TO THE HOUR.DINKY GERMAN TELLING THE TIME DOMINOES GAMES (2) features analogue clock times in GERMAN. The games will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. There’s a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading. They’re ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino time-sequence line, on the classroom floor or on a long(ish) table, by matching the times and the clock faces. There are three levels of challenge: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features all the clock times 1-12 in numerical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets studentsthinking about how to tell the time in GERMANSUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN! Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer in teams works really well too - can students beat their own time record?There are three, non-editable files in a zipped format - I've included some preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole - SETS 1, 2, 3 are also available as a bumper pack if you prefer, at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-nine-differentiated-dominoes-games-every-analogue-clock-time-in-german-11501707Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (3) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (3) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

FOCUS ON TWENTY / TWENTY-FIVE PAST AND TWENTY / TWENTY-FIVE TO, INCLUDING A FULL HOUR SHOWING EVERY FIVE MINUTES, 1-2 O'CLOCKDINKY GERMAN DOMINOES GAMES (3) features analogue clock times in GERMAN. The games will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. There’s a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading. They’re ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino time-sequence line, on the classroom floor or on a long(ish) table, by matching the times and the clock faces. There are three levels of challenge:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the analogue times in numerical order, 1 — 12CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets studentsthinking about how to tell the time in GERMANSUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN! I've included a reference list of all clock times in both numerical order (CHILLOUT CHALLENGE) and topsy-turvy order (CHAMPION CHALLENGE), which students find useful as a learning support resource. SET 3 uses fünfundzwanzig vor halb... and fünfundzwanzig nach halb... to express 25 past and 25 to the hour respectively, in order to reinforce those pesky half pasts a little more.Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer in teams works really well too - can students beat their own time record?There are three, non-editable files in this set - I've included some preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole - SETS 1, 2, 3 are also available as a bumper pack if you prefer, at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-nine-differentiated-dominoes-games-every-analogue-clock-time-in-german-11501707Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

KS3/4 German Umwelt phrases with 'zu'

KS3/4 German Umwelt phrases with 'zu'

Resources for a lesson with a lower set on protecting the environment and phrases with 'zu&'. Lots of room for fun (with phrases such as &';I refuse to take the bus!') and extension by coordinating sentences (&'...but I promise to protect the environment!&';). Includes Diamond 9 activity (with support for discussing in German), guess my sentence activity, battleships, and Os and Xs. (Another successful interview lesson!)

By hasslethehog

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ART. Colour Activities

ART. Colour Activities

A range of resources focussing on colour. The science of colour, the art of colour, how we perceive it, colour theory. Includes Schemes of Work, information sheets, visuals and more. Useful cross curricular information included.

By StartEducation

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) I HAVE, WHO HAS? 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES!

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) I HAVE, WHO HAS? 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES!

WALK AND TALK AND TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES!I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN game. The repetitive nature of the questions and answers, supported by the visual prompt of the clock faces, makes it perfect for practising, reinforcing & refreshing how to tell the time in GERMAN. It’s a whole-group communicative game, with a multi-skill focus on speaking, listening, reading, vocabulary-building and developing accurate pronunciation. The game really does help to create a lively language learning environment, and is a great alternative to more traditional 'drilling' activities.There are two games, each with a different challenge:CHILLOUT CHALLENGE - with the clock times in numerical orderCHAMPION CHALLENGE - with the clock times in topsy-turvy order, which really does encourage students to focus on how to tell the time in GERMAN!This set features analogue clock times, 1-12, with five / ten past and five / ten to the hour. I've classed the resource as suitable for ages 7-16, because it really does depend on the age at which your students begin their GERMAN, the language themes and concepts they're currently working on, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during revision periods. The resource itself consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. For a specific focus on these particular clock times, play the I HAVE, WHO HAS? games along with the corresponding differentiated dominoes games set, which features 3 games, and three challenges - these are available as a combined resource at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-2-five-games-and-challenges-pack-11520394Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

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Subordinating Conjunctions Lessons

Subordinating Conjunctions Lessons

A full unit for introducing subordinating conjunctions to German students. The focus conjunction is "weil."These activities combined have always been successful in my classroom.

By Busybugsy

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 3 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 3 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

FOCUS ON O'CLOCK, HALF PAST, QUARTER TO AND PAST.DINKY GERMAN TELLING THE TIME DOMINOES GAMES (1) feature analogue clock times in GERMAN. The games will help your students develop their skill in telling the time in GERMAN in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, learning independently of the teacher. There’s a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading. The games are ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino time-sequence line, on the classroom floor or on a long(ish) table, by matching the times and the clock faces. There are three games and three levels of challenge:GAME 1: CHILLOUT CHALLENGE features the analogue times in numerical order, 1 — 12GAME 2: CHAMPION CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, which really gets students thinking about how to tell the time in GERMANGAME 3: SUPER-CHARGED CHALLENGE features all the times in topsy-turvy order, with the clock faces first, so students really do need to know how to tell the time in GERMAN to complete the domino sequence in record time! Play as warmers, starters and plenaries across the whole school year. Playing against a timer in teams works really well too. I've included a reference list of all clock times, in both numerical and topsy-turvy order, which students find useful as a reference resource.The resource consists of three, non-editable files; I've included some preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole - SETS 1, 2, 3 featuring all analogue clock times in GERMAN are also available as a bumper pack if you prefer, at the special price of £3.00.For a specific focus on these particular clock times, play the dominoes games along with the I HAVE, WHO HAS? games, available as a combined resource at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-1-five-games-and-challenges-pack-11487711Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

The Zodiac Tierkreis

The Zodiac Tierkreis

Activities are designed for use as a starter or plenary activity in German, with some potential for use with a non specialist cover teacher or library based lesson. The language level is aimed at higher level students. The students are presented with the 12 signs of the Zodiac (Tierkreis) and a statement relating to the suggested attributes of a person born under that sign. Students are challenged to translate the statement and this can be a springboard for oral work. There are also 4 black and white slides to facilitate written work as an extension activity. Use of a German /English dictionary is suggested. The whole presentation has 4 activities and 18 slides. Hyperlinks are embedded throughout

By 20JET12

Weihnachten in Europa

Weihnachten in Europa

Christmas celebrations in different European countries are in the focus of this resource which starts with a simple vocabulary revision. There are some extensive reading activities with different comprehension tasks followed by a writing and a speaking activity. The grammatical focus is on 'denn' and 'weil' together with ways of expressing an opinion in German. Thank you for your feedback last year which has inspired me to create this resource.

By rosered27

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall

I put together this Ppt about the building and fall of the Berlin Wall as an end of term Yr9 mini-project. I spent the whole hour talking about it to my 4 top/middle groups using the ppt and linked video clips and they loved it. So many questions were asked and it really had them captivated. I also used an animated clip about the Wall from dwtv called 'walled in' (available in English and German &'Eingemauert). Pupils thought it was great as it really brings the whole thing to life. Thought i&';d share.

By cjs_uk

Literacy & Numeracy in MFL

Literacy & Numeracy in MFL

Ideas collated from a variery of sources for literacy and numeracy-based starters and plenaries. Adapted for use in MFL lessons.

By ali20

GERMAN ANIMALS (3) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

GERMAN ANIMALS (3) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN GERMAN!This set of 20 A4 portrait posters offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in GERMAN. They also create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your GERMAN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written GERMAN word, to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates, and to begin to link spelling with sound in GERMAN. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. Featured in this set:- ant- butterfly- camel- caterpillar- chameleon- dolphin- flamingo- goose- jaguar- koala bear- otter- panda bear- shark- sloth- squirrel- turkey- vulture- walrus- worm- zebraIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TES.This resource consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. SETS 1, 2 and 3 are also available as a combined 60-poster pack, at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-animal-kingdom-60-posters-pack-11421433Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

GERMAN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

GERMAN ANIMALS - 60 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS PACK

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN GERMAN!This pack of 60 A4 portrait posters combines Sets 1, 2 and 3, and offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in GERMAN. They also create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your GERMAN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written GERMAN word, to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates, and to begin to link spelling with sound in GERMAN. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. SET 1:bearbirdcatdogelephantfishfoxfroggiraffehedgehoghorsekangaroolionmouseowlrabbitratsheepsnakewhaleSET 2:beebullchickencowcrocodiledinosaurdonkeyduckgoatgorillahippopotamusmonkeyparrotpigpolar bearrhinocerosspidertigertortoisewolfSET 3:antbutterflycamelcaterpillarchameleondolphinflamingogoosejaguarkoala bearotterpanda bearsharkslothsquirrelturkeyvulturewalruswormzebraIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TES.The pack consists of three non-editable files in a zipped format: SET 1, SET 2 and SET 3; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. Each set is also available individually, priced at £2.00 each.Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

GERMAN ANIMALS (2) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

GERMAN ANIMALS (2) - 20 POSTERS / FLASHCARDS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO THE ANIMAL KINGDOM IN YOUR CLASSROOM - IN GERMAN!This set of 20 A4 portrait posters offers a great introduction to the animal kingdom in GERMAN. They also create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment, as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing specifically on animals in your GERMAN lessons. They're useful as a visual prompt for gender and indefinite article, and work really well as flashcards too. It doesn't matter if some of the animals don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written GERMAN word, to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates, and to begin to link spelling with sound in GERMAN. They're a great prompt for cross-curricular learning too, particularly when learners are exploring the animal kingdom and habitats in science. Featured in this set:- bee- bull- chicken- cow- crocodile- dinosaur- donkey- duck- goat- gorilla- hippopotamus- monkey- parrot- pig- polar bear- rhinoceros- spider- tiger- tortoise- wolfIf you're focusing on particular animals, I'd be happy to create a resource featuring them for you - just send me a message via TES.This resource consists of a single, non-editable file; I've added a selection of preview images you can scroll through to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. SETS 1, 2 and 3 are also available as a combined 60-poster pack, at the special price of £3.00 - you can have a look at it here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-animal-kingdom-60-posters-pack-11421433Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

Body Parts Bingo French/Spanish/German

Body Parts Bingo French/Spanish/German

Body parts loto/bingo cards. I have printed them and laminated them so they can be used with board pens and be wiped off and re-use over and over again. My pupils enjoyed it. There are enough differents cards to allow each pupil in the class to use them. They can be used in any languages. Please rate this resource.

By KGBINTERPOL

KS3 MFL National Curriculum Levels

KS3 MFL National Curriculum Levels

Although they're being scrapped, lots of us are still using NC levels. This checklist is designed to easily keep track of students&' levels in each skill and thus assess their overall level. It only goes up to level 7 as our students finish KS3 in y8.

By MonsieurM

Mannheim : Germany Virtual Tour Guide

Mannheim : Germany Virtual Tour Guide

Send your students on a virtual tour of a German City! Personalize their tour by having students take control of their touring by using an online site and Google Maps! Students will get an up close visual understanding of the city and many of it's famous sites! Much more interactive than a video that students passively watch. Engage them in the culture you are studying!This city is also a part of the Germany 360 Virtual Tours Class Project Bundle!This project is entirely in English. All the websites you need to visit are embedded into the project log. Project will take about 3- 45 minute periods. The project is divided into 3 parts.I have also used this as a sub lesson plan. Includes:1. A PDF of the 3 part project log2. Directions for the teacher3. A Power Point of the project log, so you can make modificationsThis project is entirely in English. All the websites you need to visit are embedded into the project log.

By Busybugsy

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Germany Virtual Tour Guides Bundle #3 of 4

Germany Virtual Tour Guides Bundle #3 of 4

Empower your students while sparking a strong interest and curiosity about the country of Germany with this 360 Germany Tour set!This set includes multiple city tour project logs! Each student can be assigned a German city to research and tour. Then have the students rotate to visit each others cities and serve as a knowledgeable tour guide. These tours are personalized by having students take control of their touring by using an online 360 Panoramic website and Google Maps! The pictures on these sites are in-depth and impressive!This project is entirely in English. All the websites you need to visit are embedded into each project log. The research part of the project will take about 3- 45 minute periods. The project is divided into 3 parts. Then you will likely need another 2-45 minute periods for the presentations. Includes: 1. A PDF of the 3 part project log for each city2. Directions for the teacher3. A Power Point of each project log, so you can make modifications

By Busybugsy

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SET: Germany UNESCO World Heritage Sites Project

SET: Germany UNESCO World Heritage Sites Project

Set of 38 research guides for the 38 UNESCO sites in Germany as of 2016!Have students explore the wonders of Germany with this research project set! Have them become virtual tourists by traveling online to the some of the world's most breath taking sites! Assign each research guide over the course of the semester as homework, or assign each student one site and present. These also make great sub lesson plans.The research and reflective questions should take about 45 minutes. Follow up the research by having students meet with partners and present to each other. Have them take notes on each location. Total time would then be around 90 minutes.Each project guide is a 4 pages long (cover page, map page, research page and reflection page). The research links needed for each project site are embedded directly into each project guide making it easy for the teacher! Simply share the PDFs (also provided as Word documents) with the students and they can visit their site link easily! Have them hand write their research on the printed PDFs for have them do their work electronically in the Word files. All projects logs come in both Word and PDF formatSOME pf the UNESCO sites in this bundle include:Aachen Cathedral (1978)Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch (1991)Bauhaus and its Sites in Weimar and Dessau (1996)Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe (2013)Berlin Modernism Housing Estates (2008)Carolingian Westwork and Civitas Corvey (2014)Castles of Augustusburg and Falkenlust at Brühl (1984)Classical Weimar (1998)Collegiate Church, Castle and Old Town of Quedlinburg (1994)Cologne Cathedral (1996)Fagus Factory in Alfeld (2011)Frontiers of the Roman Empire (1987)Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz (2000)Hanseatic City of Lübeck (1987)Historic Centres of Stralsund and Wismar (2002)Luther Memorials in Eisleben and Wittenberg (1996)Margravial Opera House Bayreuth (2012)Maulbronn Monastery Complex (1993)Mines of Rammelsberg, Historic Town of Goslar and Upper Harz Water Management System (1992)Monastic Island of Reichenau (2000)Museumsinsel (Museum Island), Berlin (1999)Muskauer Park / Park Mużakowski (2004)Old town of Regensburg with Stadtamhof (2006)Palaces and Parks of Potsdam and Berlin (1990)Pilgrimage Church of Wies (1983)Prehistoric Pile Dwellings around the Alps (2011)Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier (1986)Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus District with Chilehaus (2015)Speyer Cathedral (1981)St Mary's Cathedral and St Michael's Church at Hildesheim (1985)The Architectural Work of Le Corbusier, an Outstanding Contribution to the Modern Movement (2016)Town Hall and Roland on the Marketplace of Bremen (2004)

By Busybugsy

GERMAN FRUIT & VEGETABLES - 55 POSTERS PACK

GERMAN FRUIT & VEGETABLES - 55 POSTERS PACK

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN GERMAN IN YOUR CLASSROOM!This combined 55 posters pack of FRUIT AND VEGETABLES POSTERS includes 25 A4 fruit posters and 30 vegetables A4 posters featuring a range of scrumptious fruits and vegetables in GERMAN. Together, they create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment. The posters work well as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing on fruits, vegetables, food or healthy eating in your GERMAN lessons. They're really useful as a visual prompt for gender, definite article and the capitalization of nouns too. It doesn't matter if some of the fruits and vegetables don't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters give learners daily opportunities to engage with the written GERMAN word, to develop their recognition and recall of individual words and cognates, and to begin to link spelling with sound in GERMAN. The fruits and vegetables are available as separate resources if you prefer, priced at £2.00 and £2.25. The fruits and vegetables featured are:- green apple- red apple- avocado- banana- blackberry- blueberry- cherries- coconut- grapefruit- green grapes- purple grapes- kiwi- lemon- lime- nectarine- olive- orange- peach- pear- pineapple- pumpkin- raspberry- strawberry- watermelon- asparagus- aubergine/eggplant - beans- beetroot- broccoli- cabbage- carrot- cauliflower- celery- chick peas- red chilli- corn- cucumber- garlic- leek- lettuce- mushrooms- onions- peas- green pepper- red pepper- yellow pepper- potatoes- sweet potatoes- spinach- sprouts - tomato- zucchiniIf you're working with younger learners, you might like to look at my GERMAN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES COLOUR, LABEL AND LEARN series, which feature a range of the same fruits and vegetables/images, and include line versions to colour, decorate and label - and proudly show next to the display posters.The resource consists of two non-editable files - I've added a selection of preview images to give you an idea of what the resource looks like as a whole. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

Zoo Project - German

Zoo Project - German

This is a workbook and set of resources about animals in a Zoo. It has cut and stick stuff, some flashcards and maps of zoos. It goes through basic descriptions to more advanced, and touches on issues of conservation, zoo planning and environment a little bit. I’ve included the rough set of lesson plans I did with it - apologies that they are in French, as I did the French version of this first and it’s basically the same thing!

By charlie_overend