Haushaltsgeräte (Appliances in German) Dominoes

Haushaltsgeräte (Appliances in German) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Includes the picture and word for 10 appliances. Easy to edit to match the vocabulary in your textbook. Play like a normal game of Dominoes.
jer520
Haus (House in German) Posters

Haus (House in German) Posters

Set of 103 pages including rooms of the house, parts of the house (stairs, roof), furniture, appliances and tools. Print on cardstock and laminate.
jer520
Möbel (Furniture in German) Bingo game

Möbel (Furniture in German) Bingo game

30 Bingo cards; print on cardstock and laminate. Last page is call list; print on cardstock and cut into strips. Includes items such as rug, window, stereo.
jer520
Möbel (Furniture in German) Concentration games

Möbel (Furniture in German) Concentration games

Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set per 3-4 students. There are 29 pictures and name of furniture in German. Covers family and living rooms, bedroom, and bathroom: fireplace, fan, dresser, bookshelves, closet. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Drats, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
Haus (House in German) Concentration games

Haus (House in German) Concentration games

Print on cardstock and cut into cards; make 1 set per 3-4 students. Includes 25 parts of the house (rooms, wall, roof). Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Drats, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
Möbel (Furniture in German) Dominoes

Möbel (Furniture in German) Dominoes

Print on card-stock and cut into tiles. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Each tile has the name for 1 of 10 pieces of furniture in German and the picture for 1 of 10 items. Play like a regular game of Dominoes.
jer520
Haus (House in German) Dominoes

Haus (House in German) Dominoes

Print on cardstock and cut into tiles. Make 1 set for every 2-3 students. Each domino has the picture of 1 of 10 parts of the house and the German word for 1 of 10 parts of the house.
jer520
Haus (House in German) Find it Worksheet

Haus (House in German) Find it Worksheet

Worksheet has a 6 by 6 grid with pictures of rooms and furniture. There are 16 house vocabulary words written out in words and students identify which square it is in. Includes second version in black and white.
jer520
Haus (House in German) power point

Haus (House in German) power point

PowerPoint has 158 slides. Introduces 23 parts of the house, 6 bathroom items, 8 bedroom items, 18 living room items, 10 kitchen items, 8 laundry room items, 6 garage items and 14 workshop items (total 93 words). Many slides to practice / ID vocabulary. Good for all levels; just set up a custom slide show to adapt for any individual class.
jer520
Haus (House in German) Schnecke Snail game

Haus (House in German) Schnecke Snail game

Students must identify the picture (use in sentences to make it more challenging) as they advance along the snail path. Just pictures are given, so it is easy to adapt for each textbook. Make 1 copy for every 3-4 students; print on cardstock and laminate to keep forever. You need 1 die for every game board. Pictures represent: house, living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom, bathroom, staircase, hallway, attic, roof, basement, laundry room, garage, floor, wall, ceiling.
jer520
Items in the bedroom hands-up activity

Items in the bedroom hands-up activity

Say an item in the bedroom at random in the target language and pupils raise their left hands if there’s a blue ‘L’ underneath the picture, their right hands if there’s a green ‘R’ underneath the picture and both hands if there’s a red ‘L&R’ underneath the picture.
TheMFLTeacher
German - Rooms in the house

German - Rooms in the house

This presentation starts by comparing how many own their own houses in the UK and Germany. Then, using the German logic, looking at the vocab of rooms in the house. There is then a team game to practise the new vocab and, finally, a matching activity.
TheMFLTeacher
EDEXCEL GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 76

EDEXCEL GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 76

These resources are designed to accompany Edexcel GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 76 They contain: - Revision of essential vocabulary - Link to video and accompanying exercise - Reading comprehension - Introduction to using prepositions with the accusative and dative - Exercises to practise prepositions with the accusative and dative - Grammar worksheet
ftbnemesis
AQA GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 74

AQA GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 74

These resources are designed to accompany AQA GCSE German (Higher) Stimmt! - Kapitel 4 - Rund um mein Zuhause - Page 74. They contain: - Revision of essential vocabulary - Link to video and accompanying exercise - Reading comprehension - Introduction to using prepositions with the accusative and dative - Exercises to practise prepositions with the accusative and dative - Grammar worksheet
ftbnemesis
My house / Rooms in a house / Where I live / Bei mir / Zimmer / Wo ich wohne

My house / Rooms in a house / Where I live / Bei mir / Zimmer / Wo ich wohne

This is a complete lesson which teaches students how to describe the type of house in which they live, the rooms in their house and the area in which they live. The lesson includes: - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to consolidate and practise vocabulary - Vocabulary handout for students - Games and activities - Worksheet to practise key vocabulary
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Languagenut Lesson Plans and Resources - German - Unit 3 - Where I Live 1

Languagenut Lesson Plans and Resources - German - Unit 3 - Where I Live 1

Languagenut.com is a dynamic and engaging language learning resource offering a variety of games and activities to help students learn a foreign language, as well as an innovative tracking tool so teachers can set homework and monitor progress. These free lesson plans and resources are designed to help teachers get the most out of Languagenut. Each unit pack includes: - 7 engaging lesson plans (one for each 10-word section, plus a revision/sentence-building lesson for the end of the unit), written by qualified teachers and covering all 4 key skills - Ideas for adapting each lesson to suit your class, including extension activities, suggestions for differentiation, homework activities and substitutions for low-tech classrooms - Full timings and guidance for teachers to help you access all the resources easily - Printable resources to complement the lessons and save you time - Teacher notes with useful tips about grammar points for each lesson, designed to help non-specialists This unit pack is for Languagenut's Unit 3 - Where I Live 1, covering countries, local area, houses, rooms, furniture and home activities. These lessons are designed to be used for teaching German. Looking for English, French or Spanish lesson plans? Check out our custom resources and plans for these languages, including specific teacher notes on grammar points for non-specialists!
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German Bathroom Keywords KS3 GCSE Starter Activities Wordsearch, Anagrams Alphabet Crossword Cover

German Bathroom Keywords KS3 GCSE Starter Activities Wordsearch, Anagrams Alphabet Crossword Cover

1 x Wordsearch, 1 x Anagram sheet and 1 x Crossword on the theme of the German: The Bathroom. Ideal for a starter, filler, cover lesson, whiteboard plenary, homework etc. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen.
mikedean
Google Street View treasure hunt to practise directions!

Google Street View treasure hunt to practise directions!

This is a fantastic way to get kids to practise directions and places in town in a foreign language. Find a town where Google street is operational and make a list of instructions for kids to navigate, as if they were actually navigating in that town. It's a little time consuming to make, but kids really enjoy it and it's the next best thing to actually visiting the place in person! The follow-up activity is to get kids to plan one of their own in a town of their choice, to get them to practise places in town, using directions, and using the imperative. I have used it with my Year 8 group, as well as my Year 12 ab initio group, but it can be adapted to any year group by changing the level of difficulty of the questions.
Kamol