Secondary German resources: past and future holidays

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German Trip (Rhineland)  Past Tense Writing Frame

German Trip (Rhineland) Past Tense Writing Frame

This is a document I used to help students write about our recent trip to the Rhineland, although it could be adapted for other areas. It could either be used while on the trip to help students write a diary entry each evening, or after the trip. I get them to choose one of the days which they then write up on a post card to send home.

By Vicky79

Differentiated future holidays activities (German)

Differentiated future holidays activities (German)

Different levels of activities to describe what students plan to do in the summer holidays. Easy - phrases and individual words on the triangle puzzles, just have to recall English on vocab sheet. Hard - more complex phrases on puzzle and a challenge to turn future into perfect tense in German. Based on a PPT from here I can no longer find. See also this quizlet set: quizlet.com/144755318/

By nilex

German holiday problems (logo 4 p58)

German holiday problems (logo 4 p58)

A vocab list, a mini whiteboard or speaking activity, and a writing frame to describe a terrible past holiday in German. Supplements Logo 4 p58 but can just as easily be used without.

By nilex

German GCSE - Practice Paper - Writing - Higher

German GCSE - Practice Paper - Writing - Higher

This resource contains a German GCSE Higher Writing Practice Paper. The paper mirrors the AQA specimen papers, including the option between two 90 and two 150 word essays. Task 1: 90 word essay (Holidays/Festivals) Task 2: 150 word essay (Future plans / Family issues) Task 3: Translation (School) A great way of getting your students used to the new exam format.

By Languagesresources

German GCSE - Practice Paper -  Writing - Foundation

German GCSE - Practice Paper - Writing - Foundation

This resource contains a German GCSE Foundation Writing Practice Paper. The paper mirrors the AQA specimen papers, including the option between two 90 word essays. Task 1: Describing a picture (Family) Task 2: 40 word essay (School) Task 3: Translation (Various) Task 4: 90 word essay (Holidays/Festivals) A great way of getting your students used to the new exam format.

By Languagesresources

German ideal dream holiday Traumurlaub translation resource

German ideal dream holiday Traumurlaub translation resource

A resource to explain simple conditional tense structures on the theme of going on holiday, plus a guided translation resource where students write sentences in German. The letters allow students to check their answers are correct. The powerpoint has correct answers to the translation sentences to allow in class peer assessment and discussions of word order. Please check before using as there are references to alcohol which may be inappropriate for younger students.

By nilex

German Activities - Das Perfekt - Quiz Quiz Trade - The Perfect Tense

German Activities - Das Perfekt - Quiz Quiz Trade - The Perfect Tense

This resource contains 80 Quiz Quiz Trade cards on the PerfectTense. The cards are grouped in categories to fit the levels of different classes: - Verbs with "haben" (32 cards) - Verbs with "sein" (32 cards) - Questions (8 cards) - Word Order (8 cards) Quiz Quiz Trade: Each student gets one or multiple cards. Student A asks student B for the translation of the English sentence of their card. If student B gets it right, they get the card. If student B gets it wrong, student A gives them the correct answer, but keeps the card. They then swap roles. After both students have asked and answered a question, they find a new partner. The student with the most cards wins. Great to get students used to translating in a fun way! more Quiz Quiz Trade Cards: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-activities-present-tense-quiz-quiz-trade-11494462

By Languagesresources