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GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - 9 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES - EVERY ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME IN GERMAN!

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - 9 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES - EVERY ANALOGUE CLOCK TIME IN GERMAN!

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING AND REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - 9 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES!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 £3.00 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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING AND REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN!- I HAVE , WHO HAS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES- DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES - 3 GAMES, 3 CHALLENGES- FOCUS ON O'CLOCK, HALF PAST, QUARTER TO AND QUARTER PASTI 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 £3.00.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 (2) - FIVE GAMES & CHALLENGES PACK

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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING AND REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN!- I HAVE , WHO HAS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES- DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES - 3 GAMES, 3 CHALLENGES- FOCUS ON FIVE / TEN PAST AND FIVE / TEN TO THE HOURI 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 £3.00.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 (3) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING AND REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - 3 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES!FOCUS ON 20 / 25 PAST AND 20 / 25 TO THE HOUR, 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 £5.00 - 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 (2) - THREE DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING & REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - 3 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 £5.00 - 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 (1) - 3 DIFFERENTIATED DOMINOES GAMES

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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING AND REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN!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 £5.00.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 £5.00 - 5 GAMES AND FIVE CHALLENGES! 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

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

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

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING & REVISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN!- I HAVE , WHO HAS - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES!- FOCUS ON FIVE & TEN PAST AND FIVE & TEN TO THE HOURI 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

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME 146 POSTERS PACK - ALL ANALOGUE CLOCK TIMES!

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME 146 POSTERS PACK - ALL ANALOGUE CLOCK TIMES!

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN IN YOUR CLASSROOM!This combined pack of GERMAN TELLING THE TIME POSTERS/FLASHCARDS, SETS 1, 2 AND 3 features every analogue clock time in GERMAN - 146 posters/flashcards in total. Together, they create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment. The posters/flashcards work well as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing on telling the time GERMAN lessons - they're a really useful prompt and reminder as you work your way through how to tell the time in GERMAN across a series of lessons - particularly for those pesky 'half pasts'! It doesn't matter if telling the time doesn't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters/flashcards 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 great for emphasising the very practical application of GERMAN too. The sets are available as separate resources if you prefer, each priced at £2.00.The resource consists of three non-editable files in a zipped format - SETS 1, 2, 3. I've added a selection of preview images that you can scroll through 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

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - 3 GAMES PACK - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME - 3 GAMES PACK - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

NEWLY-REVISED AND UPDATED RESOURCE COMING SOON!CHALLENGE TWO FOR ALL 3 SETS COMING SOON!WALK AND TALK IN GERMAN! I HAVE, WHO HAS? is a great game for practising, refreshing and perfecting TELLING 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.This bundle combining GAME 1, GAME 2 and GAME 3 features every analogue clock time, 1-12. The games can be played singly, when you're focusing on the specific clock times in each set, or as a HUGE team game: who can complete their set first? You can also combine each pack into a bumper activity bundle, so that teams have to create timelines for every clock time for a comprehensive practice and revision activity.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, and what areas of learning they might need to focus on during revision periods. The games are also available as individual resources, priced at £2.00:GAME 1 - o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter pastGAME 2 - five / ten past and ten / five to the hourGAME 3 - twenty / twenty-five past and twenty-five to / twenty to the hourThis bundle consists of a three, non-editable files: GAME 1, GAME 2 and GAME 3; 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

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES - I HAVE, WHO HAS?

PERFECT FOR PRACTISING HOW TO TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - WALK AND TALK AND TELL THE TIME IN GERMAN - 2 GAMES, 2 CHALLENGES!FOCUS ON O'CLOCK, HALF PAST, QUARTER TO AND QUARTER PAST.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, including midday and midnight, with o'clock, half past, a quarter to and a quarter past 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 dominoes set, which features 3 games, and three challenges - these are available as a combined resource at the special price of £5.00 - 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

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 50 POSTERS PACK - O'CLOCK, HALF PAST, QUARTER TO & PAST THE HOUR

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (1) - 50 POSTERS PACK - O'CLOCK, HALF PAST, QUARTER TO & PAST THE HOUR

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN IN YOUR CLASSROOM!This set of GERMAN TELLING THE TIME POSTERS/FLASHCARDS features analogue clock times in GERMAN, 1-12 o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past the hour, including midday/noon and midnight - 50 posters/flashcards in total. They create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment. The posters/flashcards work well as a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing on telling the time in your GERMAN lessons - they're a really useful prompt and reminder as you work your way through how to tell the time in GERMAN across a series of lessons - particularly for those pesky 'half pasts'! It doesn't matter if telling the time doesn't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters/flashcards 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 great for emphasising the very practical application of GERMAN too, and work well displayed prominently in your classroom when you're focusing on these particular clock times, and as a longer-term 'reminder' resource. There's a combined bumper 146-poster-pack combining SETS 1, 2 and 3 and featuring all analogue clock times at the special price of £3.00. Have a look here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-146-posters-flashcards-bumper-pack-11342051The 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. 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 (2) - 48 POSTERS PACK - FIVE & TEN PAST AND FIVE & TEN TO THE HOUR

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (2) - 48 POSTERS PACK - FIVE & TEN PAST AND FIVE & TEN TO THE HOUR

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN IN YOUR CLASSROOM!This set of GERMAN TELLING THE TIME POSTERS/FLASHCARDS features analogue clock times in GERMAN, 1-12, five/ten past and five/ten to the hour - 48 posters/flashcards in total. They create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment, really useful as both a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing on telling the time in your GERMAN lessons - they're a really useful prompt and reminder as you work your way through how to tell the time in GERMAN, focusing on these particular clock times across a series of lessons.It doesn't matter if telling the time doesn't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters/flashcards 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 great for emphasising the very practical application of GERMAN too.There's a combined bumper 146-poster-pack combining SETS 1, 2 and 3 and featuring all analogue clock times at the special price of £3.00. Have a look here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-146-posters-flashcards-bumper-pack-11342051The 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. 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 (3) - 48 POSTERS PACK - 20 & 25 PAST AND 20 & 25 TO THE HOUR

GERMAN TELLING THE TIME (3) - 48 POSTERS PACK - 20 & 25 PAST AND 20 & 25 TO THE HOUR

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO TELLING THE TIME IN GERMAN IN YOUR CLASSROOM!This set of GERMAN TELLING THE TIME POSTERS/FLASHCARDS features analogue clock times in GERMAN, 1-12, twenty/twenty-five past and twenty/twenty-five to the hour - 48 posters/flashcards in total. They create a fabulous GERMAN feel and look to your learning environment, really useful as both a 'general' display, or for when you are focusing on telling the time in your GERMAN lessons - they're a really useful prompt and reminder as you work your way through how to tell the time in GERMAN, focusing on these particular clock times across a series of lessons.It doesn't matter if telling the time doesn't feature in your immediate or even longer-term learning plan: the posters/flashcards 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 great for emphasising the very practical application of GERMAN too.There's a combined bumper 146-poster-pack combining SETS 1, 2 and 3 and featuring all analogue clock times at the special price of £3.00. Have a look here:https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-telling-the-time-146-posters-flashcards-bumper-pack-11342051The 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. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - this resource is copyright, and for single-classroom use only.VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß!

By LivelyLearning

Numbers practice in German from 1-31

Numbers practice in German from 1-31

4 puzzles/crosswords:2 that cover and practise the numbers 1 - 12. The first quite simply do you know the number? If yes, fill it in, in German in the crossword. The second, still 1 - 12, but this time anagrams of the German numbers to solve.2 that cover numbers 13 - 31.The first that is simply translating the number into German and filling in the crossword.The second - more of a challenge! Sums, using the German words - with the student having to do the sum and then write the answer, in German, in the crossword.

By mum44tops

GERMAN KS2 Level 3 - KS3 (Year 7): Practising numbers/ Food shopping

GERMAN KS2 Level 3 - KS3 (Year 7): Practising numbers/ Food shopping

TOPIC: PRACTISING NUMBERS/ FOOD SHOPPINGINCLUDES 6 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 Key Stage 3 – and YEAR 7 students GERMAN about:• Food shopping• Adding numbersACTIVITY + ROLE-PLAY• Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-playsTEACHER’S MATERIAL includes:• Clear lesson plan for students level 3• Learning objectives• Key language• Learning expectations• Answers to all practical exercises (worksheets)• Game suggestionsAll PDF Activity worksheets are:• Usable on whiteboards• Include audio contentTo access audio use Adobe Reader and:Double click on BLUE sound icon to listen to the answerAlso available in Spanish, French and English (ESL/ EFL).Cosmoville series

By maskaradelanguages

GERMAN KS2 Level 2: Numbers 21 to 30/ Federico plays cards

GERMAN KS2 Level 2: Numbers 21 to 30/ Federico plays cards

TOPIC: Numbers 21 to 30/ Federico plays cardsINCLUDES 8 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students German about:• Numbers 21 to 30• Adding numbersACTIVITY• Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-playsTEACHER’S MATERIAL includes:• Clear lesson plan for students level 2• Learning objectives• Key language• Learning expectations• Answers to all practical exercises (worksheets)• Game suggestionsAll PDF Activity worksheets are:• Usable on whiteboards• Include audio contentTo access audio use Adobe Reader and:• Double click on RED sound icon to listen to the topicAlso available in Spanish, French and English (ESL/ EFL).Cosmoville series.

By maskaradelanguages

GERMAN KS2 Level 2: Numbers 31 to 40

GERMAN KS2 Level 2: Numbers 31 to 40

TOPIC: Numbers 31 to 40INCLUDES 7 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students German about:• Numbers 31 to 40• Adding numbersACTIVITY• Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-playsTEACHER’S MATERIAL includes:• Clear lesson plan for students level 2• Learning objectives• Key language• Learning expectations• Answers to all practical exercises (worksheets)• Game suggestionsAll PDF Activity worksheets are:• Usable on whiteboards• Include audio contentTo access audio use Adobe Reader and:• Double click on RED sound icon to listen to the topic• Double click on BLUE sound icon to listen to the answerAlso available in Spanish, French and English (ESL/ EFL).Cosmoville series

By maskaradelanguages

Mathematik im Deutschunterricht

Mathematik im Deutschunterricht

Four short reading texts with comprehension questions which allow pupils to apply their numeracy skills can be used as homework, for revision and offer cross-curricular work at a very simple level.

By rosered27

German numbers 20-99 with lots of numeracy links

German numbers 20-99 with lots of numeracy links

Uses the rhyme Sing a song of sixpence to introduce and teach the numbers 20-99 in German. See attached sheet for suggested plan. Adapt as you see fit. The worksheet has been uploaded by another user in the past - hopefully they won't mind me re-using it. It&'s because it&';s so good!

By embuchanan

GERMAN NUMBERS 0-31 - BUNTING / BANNERS

GERMAN NUMBERS 0-31 - BUNTING / BANNERS

CREATE AN INSTANT INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN NUMBERS 0-31 IN YOUR CLASSROOM!Brighten up your classroom for the new school year with GERMAN NUMBERS 0-31! Even if your students are way beyond learning to count in GERMAN, the bunting creates a great GERMAN look and feel to your learning environment.You can also use the banners/bunting as flashcards for younger learners of GERMAN.The resource consists of a single, non-editable file: please read the Terms of Use carefully - the resource is copyright. It's entirely free to download, but is subject to a range of font/clipart licensing conditions.VIELEN DANK!

By LivelyLearning

Maths and German cross curricular games

Maths and German cross curricular games

A series of powerpoints developed with our German speaking Maths PGCE student.! Uses maths which KS3 students should be familiar with and gets them speaking German too. In the first one, students use the numbers at the ends of rows and columns to work out which number each animal represents. The 'follow me' activities produce cards which are distributed round class. First student reads out their card and they have to work out whose card comes next. Final powerpoint gives them vocab for sums in German and a series of multi-choice sums to do. My Y9 class loved it - do let me know what you think.

By MrsAThomas

German Numbers 1-20

German Numbers 1-20

Test your pupils' spelling of German numbers with these slides. Useful as starters or plenaries. Another free resource from 12xtables.co.uk

By SQUIDLEY

Money week/numeracy/currency

Money week/numeracy/currency

Initially put together for a couple of lessons during the school's money week. Could equally be good as a &'spacer&'; project between moving from one unit to another. Kids founf the travel/tourism/languages link to be a fruitful one. Some of the notes about the Euro will need updating!

By asifkjc

Die Zahlen 20 bis 60

Die Zahlen 20 bis 60

Teaching pupils numbers 20 to 60. Recap at beginning of 1-20. Various activities including maths - what comes next in the sequence. For the game at the end (Findet Nemo) a laminated copy of Nemo is hidden in the classroom by a pupil while another leaves the room. When that pupil comes back in, they need to find Nemo before the rest of the class count all the way to 60. If you play this a few times, you can hide it somewhere difficult the last time to ensure pupils count all the way to 60 at least once! I'm currently a trainee so please leave feedback in reviews!

By Durplus