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secondary generic lesson activities

secondary generic lesson activities

slides that can be used to add into your own files with generic activities. different sections such as starters, bell activities, class activities, paired activities, differentiation, extension, afl and quick mini plenaries. There is also power point slides with countdown timers for 1-5min, 10, 15, 20, 25 min timers. Over 100 slides. **All are hyperlinked together so you can navigate between different activities. 90 simple activities included in the slides. Most require no planning and a few require a little editing to put your own topic or questions in. ** hyperlinks don't require control + click, you need to be in slideshow mode and just click on the word to move to the appropriate page - in response to the first review**
mummyofh
A2 German Speaking Test Questions and Answers - Wiedervereinigung Deutschlands - CULTURAL

A2 German Speaking Test Questions and Answers - Wiedervereinigung Deutschlands - CULTURAL

Edexcel and AQA A-level questions and answers for your 2016 SPEAKING=WRITING exam practise. Topics are taken from AQA Past Papers Speaking Cards. The topic covered: Wiedervereinigung Deutschlands Links to resources are provided. On 10 pages you can choose from a wide range of answers and/or formulate your own. All information is up-to-date and relates to the current situation in 2015-2016.
StartGerman
German A2 Speaking Test Questions and Answers - Topic: Asyl

German A2 Speaking Test Questions and Answers - Topic: Asyl

Edexcel and AQA A-level questions and answers for your 2016 SPEAKING exam practise. The topic covered: Asyl. Links to resources are provided. You can choose from a wide range of answers and/or formulate your own. All information is up-to-date and relates to the current situation in 2015-2016. Further questions and answers topics: Rassissmus und Integration, Gastarbeiter, Ausländer, Aussiedler are published separately.
StartGerman
Loint- Komm Mit!- Love Song German 3 or 4 with Grammatical Activities

Loint- Komm Mit!- Love Song German 3 or 4 with Grammatical Activities

This is a good song for discussing love or to use for Valentine Day (Valentinstag). The lyrics are fairly simple and the tone is cute and sweet about a young couple. Includes: Power Point with link to song and directions for a grammar search of subordinating conjunctions (mostly wenn) and relative pronouns (often was). A handout of the lyrics with a quickly translated text and a fill in the blank worksheet that targets subordinating conjunction or relative pronouns.
Busybugsy
Berlin Travel Agent Research and Speaking German Project

Berlin Travel Agent Research and Speaking German Project

This assignment is designed as a research project that encourages students to research authentic websites for information and uses web 2.0 resources to complete the presentation portion of their project. I have the students complete the assignment as a Google Document, but it could also be done as an in-class project or used in a online German class. If done in class this project would take about 3- 50 minute class periods. The students are travel agents in the city of Berlin and they need to access the web ( or have access to print outs of the web info) to complete 4 activities: 1. Research 6 sites in the city of Berlin 2. Use googlemaps.de to give directions to lost tourists 3. Record themselves giving the directions using the online free recorder Vocaroo.com 4. Record themselves giving a sales pitch to tourists and why they should visit Berlin
Busybugsy
German Lesson Review Document

German Lesson Review Document

Review your own lessons by asking for feedback from your students! Lead by example and foster an atmosphere of self assessment for improvement! This is a Word document and so can be edited.
TheArtyTeacher
UPDATED FOR 2017. Cross curricular Photograph Library for Inspiration - Over 630 Images

UPDATED FOR 2017. Cross curricular Photograph Library for Inspiration - Over 630 Images

This resource provides 21 individual photographic slideshows (over 630 images) suitable for use with students of all ages and numerous subject areas including Biology, Geography, Art and English (Creative Writing inspiration) Includes slideshows of: Autumn Birds Buildings Dramatic landscapes Fish Flowers Fungi Graffiti Hands Insects Natural textures Numbers People Rust Sky Sea Trees Water Faces Plants Perspective
StartEducation
German, Problems of City Life and Suggesting Solutions

German, Problems of City Life and Suggesting Solutions

This assignment is designed to fit with Denk Mal Lektion 2. The students are researchers and have to consider the problems of living in the city and support those problems with evidence. Then they have to suggest realistic solutions to those problems and explain them. I have my students do this using Vocaroo a free online voice recorder.
Busybugsy
Upper Level German Activities

Upper Level German Activities

This is a bundle of my upper level resources so far. These often require the use of higher level grammar and vocabulary. They are not grammar specific activities though. I have a different bundle for grammar.
Busybugsy
Die Schlagzeilen der Welt und Deutschland: New Headlines

Die Schlagzeilen der Welt und Deutschland: New Headlines

Teenagers are more connected that ever and yet they seldom have any understanding of major world events. This handout is targeted toward broadening student's global horizons in a format that is not overwhelming for them. Instead of picking single articles for students to read I have them research world headlines (link to Deutsche Welle site included in handout directions), thus reducing the stress or frustration they may feel when assigned full articles. I assign this to all levels of German even upper levels. I find that the more background knowledge students have about world events the easier it is for them to understand target language text I choose to work on. The purpose of this activity is to show students how big of a player Germany is in the world news. Now more than ever Germany is leading Europe through turbulent times. Students should be aware of how their language skills and background knowledge about Germany could be an asset in their future careers if they choose to work in an industry involving the global market. Evolving into a successful German student and Global Citizen is an essential goal for any language program! I generally take my students to the computer lab to do this for a 50 minute period. That way I can walk around and discuss the topics they are looking at together. The conversations have been very interesting and I can tell they learn a lot. I also don't force them to only focus on Germany, because knowledge of all world news help them to develop an interest in the large world, thus increasing their interest of foreign study, which would increase their interest to continue with the language.
Busybugsy