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German - Put the months in order

German - Put the months in order

Ideal as a lesson starter or as an introduction to the German months. Pupils must simply put the months in the correct order. Months are then put in order one by one on the second slide.
TheMFLTeacher
Birthdays / Months / Dates

Birthdays / Months / Dates

This is a complete lesson, designed to go with Echo Express, which teaches students how to describe their birthday with months and dates in German.
ftbnemesis
GERMAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - DAYS, MONTHS, SEASONS

GERMAN VOCABULARY REFERENCE LIST - DAYS, MONTHS, SEASONS

PERFECT FOR SUPPORTING LEARNING IN YOUR CLASSROOM! Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential GERMAN vocabulary. The lists work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. This resource includes days, months and seasons of the year. There are two alphabetical lists - one GERMAN-ENGLISH, and one ENGLISH-GERMAN, as I’ve found that students prefer to have both, particularly at the beginning of a particular topic or theme. These lists are a useful complementary resource to other reference resources in the series, but are a useful standalone resource too. VIEL SPAß BEIM LERNEN!
LivelyLearning
German GCSE Survival Kit - Pupil Resource

German GCSE Survival Kit - Pupil Resource

This is a guide for any pupil taking GCSE German. I wanted a small 'survival kit' guide that could slot into a pupil's folder or book that they can reference whenever they are attempting a writing task. This is specifically designed for the new GCSE and I wanted to set the bar at a grade 5. Basically, if a pupil follows the guide accurately, they could achieve a 5/6 in the new GCSE. I have printed it as A5. On one side there are easily useable phrases in the present, pas and future, time phrases, connectives, opinions and comparisons. On the reverse is an example Foundation 16 mark question with an exemplar answer. With this is a "foundation checklist" which pupils can also do whenever they are completing a writing. Show your pupils how you can use both sides to ensure a 5 at GCSE. Enjoy!
swillard8
Emoji Adjectives

Emoji Adjectives

Two resources on adjectives based around emojis. One is a table where pupils must use a dictionary to find the adjectives and the second is a crossword puzzle for them to fill in. There is also a bonus verb word search in the puzzle Enjoy!
swillard8
French Basics KS2 / KS3

French Basics KS2 / KS3

Massive value and many hours of time-saving, engaging resources for Key Stage 2, early KS3 and equivalents. There are around 70 resources across these 20 different packs - many of the packs contain multiple resources. Lots also include additional differentiated versions or multiple gameboards, card sets etc. This should take the stress out of resourcing lessons and you'll be able to come back to them year after year. There's plenty to keep things fresh when revisiting topics and for homework tasks too. These resources will be ideal for introducing or consolidating the topics below: Greetings - Hello, Goodbye etc (Les salutations / Bonjour / Au revoir) Introductions - How are you? / What's your name? / How old are you? / Where do you live? (Je me presente - Ca va? / Comment tu t'appelles? / Quel age as-tu? Ou habites-tu?) Numbers inc. French Mental Maths (Les nombres / les numeros) Calendar - Days, Months, Dates (Le Calendrier - Les jours, les mois, Quelle est la date?) Classroom Objects (Les objets de la classe / Dans ma trousse) Weather (La meteo / Quel temps fait-il?) Colours (Les couleurs) There are substantial PowerPoint lesson presentations for all 6 areas plus a variety of activities for each, including printable games, activities, worksheets, crossword puzzles and word searches. There are also revision resources for consolidation of all 6 topics - a large (100+ clues) crossword puzzle for completion by groups and a differentiated 5-board snakes and ladders game. This bundle offers the biggest saving but for maximum flexibility to suit different teachers I have put these resources together in a variety of smaller bundles, some of which are listed below. All resources are also available individually. For more information on them, please click through to them. French Basics Presentations Bundle French Basics Games / Activities Bundle French Basics Worksheets and Puzzles Bundle French Greetings and Introductions Bundle French Calendar Bundle French Numbers Bundle (Presentation / Worksheets / Crosswords) French Numbers Bundle (Games and Activities) French Numbers (Complete Bundle) French Classroom Objects Bundle Thank you very much for your interest. I would be grateful for any reviews if you can spare a moment. For engaging, time-saving printables and presentations to help plan Primary (and some Secondary) Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
FullShelf
French Basics (Games / Activities)

French Basics (Games / Activities)

Save many hours with this great value bundle of popular games and activities for French Greetings (Les salutations - Bonjour, Salut etc) and Introductions - How are you? What's your name? How old are you? Where do you live? (Ca va? Comment tu t'appelles? Quel age as-tu? Our habites-tu?), Numbers (Les nombres / les numeros), Calendar - days, months, dates (Le calendrier - les jours, les mois, Quel est la date?) and Classroom Objects (Les objets de la classe / Dans ma trousse) as well as a general revision game that includes Weather (La meteo, Quel temps fait-it?) and Colours (Les couleurs) too: Greetings / Introductions board game and loop cards Introductions Active Oral Game Greetings / Introductions Role Play Cards Dates Four in a Row Games Dates Loop Games Dates Bingo French Numbers Bingo Basic French Maths Four in a Row Games French Numbers Trails (0-40 / 0-100) French Numbers / Maths Loop Games Classroom Objects Four in a Row and Loop Games Snakes and Ladders Revision Games Most of these actually contain either more than one resource or multiple game boards. Some contain differentiation. There's enough for many hours of learning. It best suits new or fairly new French learners in Key Stage 2 (KS2) / early KS3 or equivalent. For maximum flexibility to suit different teachers, my French basics resources are available in a variety of bundles. Huge French Basics Bundle French Basics Presentations Bundle French Basics Worksheets and Puzzles Bundle French Greetings and Introductions Bundle French Calendar Bundle French Numbers and Maths Bundle French Classroom Objects Bundle French Weather French Colours Thanks for your interest. I'd be grateful for any reviews. For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary (and some Secondary) Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources
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QQT Cards - German Speaking Activity on Digital Time

QQT Cards - German Speaking Activity on Digital Time

A class set of Quiz Quiz Trade cards to practise digital time in German. How Quiz Quiz Trade works: Every student gets a card. They get up and find a partner. They then 'quiz' their partner by reading out an English sentence for them to translate. Once both partners have done a translation, they swap cards and find another partner. The answer is on the cards so students can check that they are right. I like to give students a certain amount of time and for them to see how many conversations they can have in that time.
aimeevs3