Primary German resources: town

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German - Places in town

German - Places in town

When you click on the slide, the picture very slowly reveals. Pupils could then, with the vocab in front of them, race to be the first to name the place. The final slide is a game of our famous 'Donate or Steal'. In teams (blue & red), pupils answer a question and choose a square from the opponents’ grid. Their opponents then get that score. They are allowed to steal one score only from their opponents throughout the game. An ‘X’ is a wipeout and wipes the opponents’ score.

By TheMFLTeacher

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!

By Languagenut_Resources

Town Prepositions Puzzle

Town Prepositions Puzzle

A reading puzzle for KS3-4 practicing places in the town, prepositions and adjective agreements. Pupils read the passage and try and draw the town onto the grid. There may be more than one place on one square and some may be in-between. Answers supplied. Can be adapted for deeper analysis e.g. cases and adjective endings. There are extension questions included.

By swillard8

Probleme und Loesungen  (environmental problems- Die Umwelt Edexcel/ AQA GCSE red textbook )

Probleme und Loesungen (environmental problems- Die Umwelt Edexcel/ AQA GCSE red textbook )

This whole lesson power point gets pupils to discuss environmental problems and possible solutions. After an initial picture starter in the new GCSE style (1-9) it explores environmental problems vocab to explore a listening, then it explores the use of accusative with prepositions (also the wechselprepositionen with dative and accusative) and at the end a very engaging group discussion activity. The worksheet contains the differentiated listening questions! This was judged ggod with outstanding features for lesson observation!

By antmfl

Directions

Directions

Asking for and giving directions in a town. Introduces/revises buildings and directions (geradeaus, links, rechts), followed by an activity in which pupils give directions.

By Dopp

Stimmt 1 Translation and Speaking tasks

Stimmt 1 Translation and Speaking tasks

Stimmt 1 New GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks Get your students used to GCSE-style questions early with translations (Eng-Germ and vice versa), picture description and role plays based on vocab learned in Stimmt! 1 -powerpoint with three pictures with questions in English to guide students along. The first picture can be used as example/writing task, the other two for pair work. . -translation worksheet -two role play cards for student pair work -example answers for speaking and answers for translation task included in the powerpoint

By jusch12

Stimmt 1 Chapter 5 New GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks

Stimmt 1 Chapter 5 New GCSE-style translation and speaking tasks

Get your students used to GCSE-style questions early with translations (Eng-Germ and vice versa), picture description and role plays based on vocab learned in Chapter 5 Stimmt! 1 'Holiday and Town' This download includes: -powerpoint with three pictures with questions in English to guide students along. The first picture can be used as example/writing task, the other two for pair work. -translation worksheet -two role play cards for student pair work -example answers for speaking and answers for translation task included in the powerpoint Available as a bundle! Note: vocabulary slide should be first in ppt, was put to back so preview on TES shows pictures.

By jusch12

Treasure Hunt - Places in Town and Directions

Treasure Hunt - Places in Town and Directions

A fun game that can be used to practise speaking about places in town and giving directions. Works best if there are prizes for finding the treasures! There are 5 maps with streets and town buildings (church, hospital ect) and three hidden treasure per slide. Students have to guess where the treasure is by naming the place of giving directions there, when you click on the place it reveals either an empty space or a treasure. The third slide turns the whole game into a race between different teams. In stronger classes they could practise prepositions and cases/genders (in der Kirche/ au stade ect) The last two slides are more detailed to practise more complex directions like ‘over the bridge’, ‘at the traffic light’ ect.

By jusch12