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Food/Shopping Photocard and Role Play

Food/Shopping Photocard and Role Play

A resource to practise role play and photocards on the topics of food/shopping. Encourages students to predict questions and be thorough in their responses. Multi-skill resource!

By jhalkyard

KS4 GCSE German Quiz - Words & Phrases - Topic:Describing myself&my life [AfL, Test, Vocabulary]

KS4 GCSE German Quiz - Words & Phrases - Topic:Describing myself&my life [AfL, Test, Vocabulary]

This 30 question quiz is focussed on the topic of Describing myself and my life (Ich und mein Leben) in line with the AQA GCSE German Specification.The questions take a number of formats. Differentiation can be achieved by adjusting team sizes (or, indeed, having students work individually).Question instructions are in German, and the presentation features high quality graphics and animations.Please feel free to contact me with requests for other Quiz's or resources for German language teaching!

By Maxi88

Daily routine and time in German x 4

Daily routine and time in German x 4

1. 2 texts to read and understand - note down the activity and time it happened.2. A straightforward list of questions in German to answer on daily routine.3. A worksheet asking for the times in numbers to be matched with times in words.4. A worksheet to match the daily routine phrase to the picture.

By mum44tops

German Grammar Das Perfekt

German Grammar Das Perfekt

This resource includes 20 worksheets on the topic of “Das Perfekt”, an interactive powerpoint presentation to revise the perfect tense, as well as 3 interactive powerpoint games, enabling students to practice and revise how to build and use the perfect tense in different contexts.Grammar covered:Das Perfekt mit „haben“Das Perfekt mit „sein“Past ParticiplesWord OrderTopics include: - Hobbies- Holidays- Town- Daily routinesActivities include- Gap Fills- Reading Comprehension- Writing Tasks- Speaking Activities- Group Work- Pair Work- Games- Vocabulary Practice

By Languagesresources

Mein Tagesablauf 1 and 2   - crosswords  in German

Mein Tagesablauf 1 and 2 - crosswords in German

Puzzle 1 requires you to translate these phrases into German and fit them into the puzzle:ACROSS1 I have a wash6 I have a shower7 I have a bath8 I watch TV9 I do my homework10 I get up11 I go to school12 I eat my dinnerDOWN2 I go to bed3 I get dressed4 I go home5 I have breakfast6 I get undressedPuzzle 2 - has the German phrases and asks for the English translation to be fitted into the crosswordGood as consolidation work / a starter or homework

By mum44tops

Ein Tag in meinem Leben (my daily life) - Stimmt 1-9 new GCSE 2018

Ein Tag in meinem Leben (my daily life) - Stimmt 1-9 new GCSE 2018

This is a whole lesson presentation whose aim is to get kids to talk about what they do on a typical day (Stimmt 1-9- Kapitel 4 Willkommen bei mir). Pupils, after having done a picture starter in the new GCSE style, will explore key vocab and then they will practice the rule of reflexive and separable verbs to discuss the daily routine of a famous person using a variety of tenses.

By antmfl

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Der Schultag (7 / 15)

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Der Schultag (7 / 15)

This is a complete one-hour lesson designed to accompany page 12 (Der Schultag) of the AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) textbook. Includes starter, objectives, links and solutions to Listening and Reading exercises in the textbook., plenary and other activities.

By ftbnemesis

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Der Schultag (8 / 15)

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Der Schultag (8 / 15)

This is a complete one-hour lesson designed to accompany page 13 (Der Schultag) of the AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) textbook. Includes starter, objectives, links and solutions to Listening and Reading exercises in the textbook., plenary and other activities.

By ftbnemesis

German - big bundle of resources on 'House and Home' (rooms, furniture, dative, where you live)

German - big bundle of resources on 'House and Home' (rooms, furniture, dative, where you live)

This is a big bundle of resources containing everything you'll need to teach the topic of 'house and home' in German.Several powerpoints intrducing vocabulary - rooms of the house, furniture, prepositions, how you help at home, activities in the home.Worksheets and other activities within the powerpoints.Lots of games for whole-class and small group work.Battleships games for partner work - to practise word order and prepositions.Word loops which can be used as a whole class speaking activity, or printed and used as match up dominoes.

By Mortimer007

German Personal Information

German Personal Information

This is a Powerpoint Presentation to teach KS4 the topic daily routine. It includes: starter and plenary.I hope you like it.Please leave some feedbackThanks

By MrFLB

KS3/4 German Bundle: Present/Perfect practice - housework, pocket money, travel

KS3/4 German Bundle: Present/Perfect practice - housework, pocket money, travel

Sequence of 4-5 lessons building towards an oral assessment. Topics: hobbies, housework, pocket money, travel.Grammar: present tense, perfect tense, modal verbs, separable verbs, reflexive verbs, subordinating conjunctions. Lesson 1) All students receive the 2-page handout as a learning aid/revision of syntactic structures studied. The other document is printed out double-sided onto A4 (card if possible) and cut up so each piece has 5 sentences on one side, and the answers on the other. From here it works as a carousel: Everyone has one card, and has 5 minutes (or less) to translate all five sentences. Then one minute to mark (2 marks per sentence - 1 mark up to the /, 1 mark afterwards - if it's not perfect, no mark). Lesson 2) is a series of tasks explained on the ppt. Lesson 3) Is a lesson targeting the students' propensity to forget all about the perfect when on the spot! Ask me if unclear. Lesson 4) Should also be self-explanatory. Lesson 5) (or perhaps the end of lesson 4) was a mock oral exam, using this as a marking grid.

By hasslethehog

Daily routine - past and present

Daily routine - past and present

A set of follow me cards with 22 phrases revising daily routine in the present tense. Great to consolidate as a whole class or in groups.The past and present game includes differentiated version. There is a blank template where pupils use picture prompts to write about their daily routine in the present and the past. The second version they can transform the present to the past and vice versa. The third version is a card sort whereby the teacher prints out the solution, cuts up the sentences and the pupils arrange them in the correct columns.Excellent for consolidation, review or revision.

By rooney33

Illnesses and parts of the body

Illnesses and parts of the body

The resources include a starter to rearrange the parts of the body. Also included are two word searches of 14 body parts, one provided the German, in the differentiated version pupils have to translate the English before finding the German. In addition there is a word puzzle containing illnesses and problems the words need to be unscrambled to reveal the correct phrases.In the teacher presentation there is a recap of illnesses whereby pupils translate 9 phrases aiming to reveal the mystery character. There is an example of a dialogue at the doctors and a speaking and writing frame for pupils to describe problems and offer solutions.

By rooney33

wordsearch daily routine

wordsearch daily routine

15 phrases to find in the present tense. Two versions are provided, in one version the pupils find the German and in the second version the pupils translate the phrases into German and find the 15 key phrases.Easy to print.

By rooney33

Daily routines - puzzles and vocab sheet

Daily routines - puzzles and vocab sheet

There are four resources here to reinforce, revise and test daily routine vocab in the present tense. There is a match up activity of 15 phrases English to German. There is a vocab sheet which sets a written task for pupils to write their own timeline of their daily routine. There is also a word puzzle where the key phrases are jumbled, pupils rearrange these phrases demonstrating recall of the phrases. Ideal as starters, plenaries, tests, homework or revision. The solution to the puzzle is provided. The resources can be easily edited or printed.

By rooney33

German GCSE Exam Style Reading Tasks

German GCSE Exam Style Reading Tasks

German GCSE Reading24 Exam Style Reading Tasks Foundation/HigherTopics include:- Bedroom- Chores- Environment- Healthy Living- Hobbies- Holidays- Home- Pocket Money- School- Town- Transport- Work ExperiencePerfect for revision or homeworkIf you have a minute, please leave a comment. We would appreciate your feedback.

By Languagesresources

FRENCH - My daily Routine and Time Game

FRENCH - My daily Routine and Time Game

Board game using reflexive verbs to describe your daily routine. Times have also been added, so as to revise 'À Quel heure?' Please see worksheet for rules as these differ from the regular snakes and ladders game. Playing any game is a fun way to practice and reinforce new vocabulary. Game can be used for any foreign language. If you consider this worth buying 'un très grand merci.'My thanks to cliparts.co and cliparthut.com for the use of the clipart images.

By labellaroma

German: School Routine Role Play

German: School Routine Role Play

The resource is ideal for GCSE or IGCSE students, and is designed to act as a fun way for the students to do the following:1. Learn how to describe each part of their timetable (e.g. "On Monday lesson 1 I have Science")2. Learn how to ask which lesson their partner has. For example, learning how to say “which lessons do you have on a Thursday?”Both students in the role play are given a timetable, with some blank spaces missing. Each student must describe their timetable to their partner, and fill in the blank spaces.Syllabus references:CIE IGCSE German: Area A2 (School routine). Edexcel GCSE German: Section One (High Frequency Language): Numbers, Time experessions, Times of the day; Days of the weekSection Two (Topic Specific Language): Daily life. What school is like.Other IGCSE and GCSE exam boards also require knowledge and understanding of this topic.

By richardrogersscience

German: Time Worksheet and Wordsearch

German: Time Worksheet and Wordsearch

A very fun activity that can be used anywhere in a lesson, but works especially well as a starter, plenary or homework.This worksheet is probably best given to students in year 9 and older. It is basically a series of questions to test their skills in writing down times of the day in German, followed by a useful wordsearch that introduces some new vocabulary. Students will have to write down times of the day like the examples below:12.35 = fünfundzwanzig vor eins3.15 = Viertel nach dreiThis worksheet also introduces learners to the words 'mittag' and 'mitternacht'.

By richardrogersscience

KS1-GERMAN: Level 1: DAYS OF HE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSE

KS1-GERMAN: Level 1: DAYS OF HE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSE

DAYS OF THE WEEK, DAILY ROUTINE & MY HOUSEPrintable activity worksheets to teach German about:• Days of the week• Daily routine• My homePDF Activity worksheets USABLE ON WHITEBOARDIncludes: AUDIO CONTENTTo access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon.Also available in French, Spanish and English (EAL, ESL, EFL).Cosmoville series.

By maskaradelanguages

GERMAN KS2 Level 1: Morning, Day and evening activities

GERMAN KS2 Level 1: Morning, Day and evening activities

TOPIC: Morning, Day and evening activitiesINCLUDES 10 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students German about:• Morning activities• Day and evening activitiesACTIVITY• Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-playsTEACHER’S MATERIAL includes:• Clear lesson plan for students level 1• 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 the sound icon.Also available in French, Spanish and English (ESL/ EFL).Cosmoville series.

By maskaradelanguages

GERMAN KS2 Level 3 - KS3 (Year 7): Oliver's bedroom/ Role-play: Penny cleans her house

GERMAN KS2 Level 3 - KS3 (Year 7): Oliver's bedroom/ Role-play: Penny cleans her house

TOPIC: OLIVER’S BEDROOM/ INCLUDES 9 printable activity worksheets to teach KS2- KS3 – and YEAR 7 students GERMAN about:• Describing your bedroom• Where is your stuff?• Prepositions• Role-play: understanding, speaking and reading a short storyACTIVITY + ROLE-PLAY• Cut-out characters’ masks for improvisations and role-plays• Role-play: Penny putzt ihr HausTEACHER’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 RED sound icon to listen to the topic/ 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: Morning, Day and Evening Activities

GERMAN KS2 Level 2: Morning, Day and Evening Activities

TOPIC: Morning, Day and evening activitiesINCLUDES 10 printable activity worksheets to teach Key Stage 2 students German about: • Morning activities• Day and evening activitiesACTIVITY• 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.Also available in Spanish, French and English (ESL/ EFL).Cosmoville series

By maskaradelanguages

KS1 GERMAN: Level 1: Face-Body-Getting Ready

KS1 GERMAN: Level 1: Face-Body-Getting Ready

FACE & BODYPrintable activity worksheets to teach KS1 students (Year 1 and 2) German about:• Body• Face• Getting readyNursery rhymes• Kopf, Schulter, Knie und Fuß,/ Head, shoulders, knees and toes• Putze, Bürste, Wasche/ Brush, brush, washActivity worksheets usable on whiteboards.Includes: AUDIO CONTENTTo access audio use Adobe Reader and double click on the sound icon.Also available in French, Spanish and English (EAL/EFL).Cosmoville series.

By maskaradelanguages

German: Time Worksheet and Wordsearch

German: Time Worksheet and Wordsearch

This worksheet is probably best given to students in year 9 and older. It is basically a series of questions to test their skills in writing down times of the day in German, followed by a useful wordsearch that introduces some new vocabulary

By richardrogersscience