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German bundle: Grammar explained and applied

German bundle: Grammar explained and applied

New buyers get this bundle for 50p with 90% off during November. This bundle includes a 5 page workbook on the German Perfect tense (explanations with examples, exercises and keys), an 8 page workbook on German word order (explanations with examples, exercises) and a German verb practice game (game board, templates for dice). Enjoy!
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Beginner - German - Adjective endings - Suitable for A1.

Beginner - German - Adjective endings - Suitable for A1.

A PPT presentation about adjective endings for the Nominativ, Dativ and Akkusativ in German. The adjectives presented follow: - the definite article 'der'+'dieser/jener/jeder/welcher'. - the indefinite article 'ein'+'mein/dein/sein/ihr/unser/euer/Ihr/ihr'. - adjectives with no determiner in front of it. Suitable for A1/A2 learners. Includes extension activities (stretch it) and answers on the slides. Exercises are taken from Stimmt Edexcel GCSE (9-1) German Grammar & Translation Workbook - Jon Meier - Pearson - 2016 - pages 26-27.
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Present tense regular verbs in German Concentration games

Present tense regular verbs in German Concentration games

Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Each set has 72 cards; 6 forms of 6 different regular verbs in German. 1 card has the infinitive and subject; its mate has the conjugated verb. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
The Most Amazing Puzzle Maker

The Most Amazing Puzzle Maker

Stop making resources from scratch! The Most Amazing Puzzle Maker creates them all for you, automatically. All you need to do is type in the questions and answers, choose a puzzle and hit print! (Is this the first resource you've bought or are you using a new account? Use code NOVEMBERNEWBIE at the checkout to receive this resource for FREE!) What can it make right now? Large 16 triangle tarsia puzzles Small 9 triangle tarsia puzzles Tarsia gem puzzles Square-up puzzles Vertical dominoes puzzles Horizontal dominoes puzzles Question relays Bingo! cards Pairing card sorts Split word card sorts How does it work? You simply type in your questions and answers into the template and the linked cells in the puzzles automatically match the information entered. See how your questions appear in the various different formats and choose a puzzle that best suits your needs. Superbly customisable for differentiation! You can add distractions to many of the puzzles - these are incorrect answers or answerless questions to up the challenge and really test the students' knowledge or problem solving skills. There are very clear instructions on how to create and print each of the different puzzles. The file is an Excel file so is compatible with the vast majority of school or home systems. It works with all versions of Office since 1997! Who is it for? Absolutely anyone, these tasks can be used in any subject area and across any phase. They are great for consolidation, revision, working with key terms, knowledge acquiring, competitive group work...the list goes on! Any new puzzles I create for the Most Amazing Puzzle Maker will be included as a free update. See changelog below. Changelog: v1.1 (12/11/17) - New Added Split Word card sort - great for primary and languages at secondary Added Dominoes2 horizontal card sort - better for simpler questions Added Bingo generator - creates unique bingo cards for each student! - Fixed Tweaked various cell formatting Tweaked language in some instructions to improve clarity Add new instructions to the front page
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Beginner - German - Nominativ and Akkusativ - Suitable for A1.

Beginner - German - Nominativ and Akkusativ - Suitable for A1.

A PPT presentation about the definite article 'the' and indefinite article 'a/an' for the Nominativ and Akkusativ in German. Suitable for A1 learners. Includes extension activities (stretch it) and answers on the slides. Exercises are taken from Stimmt Edexcel GCSE (9-1) German Grammar & Translation Workbook - Jon Meier - Pearson - 2016 - pages 4,5, 8,9.
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Aktivitäten (Activities in German) powerpoint

Aktivitäten (Activities in German) powerpoint

61 slides to teach and practice common activities in German. Verbs are not conjugated; they are used in the infinitive form. There are several labeling activities and questions and answers with gern and lieber.
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German Subject pronouns, Grammatical terms and regular verbs

German Subject pronouns, Grammatical terms and regular verbs

65 slide powerpoint. Explains terms like cognate, 1st - 2nd - 3rd person, singular, plural, familiar and formal. Introduces subject pronouns in German; activity to practice the choice of subject. Explanation of conjugating regular verbs with wohnen as the sample. Activity to practice verb conjugation.
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