Jeopardy/Blitz Game Tenses & GCSE/SG Topics Review - German

Jeopardy/Blitz Game Tenses & GCSE/SG Topics Review - German

I got the template from another teaching website - it can be altered as needed. Macros must be enabled. Click on a box on the first page and you are transported to a page with an English sentence which pupils must translate into German. The more points, the harder the sentence. Click again and the answer appears. Click the return box and you return to the front page, where the original box will disappear to reveal a piece of the picture in the background. Record the points. I find having mixed ability groups all writing the answers on mini-whiteboards is good with this. Note: to change the picture in the background, move one box aside, right click on the picture, click Order and Move to front. Then delete it and put in your new picture, resize it, right click on it - Order - Send to back. Put the box you moved back in place.
mozartkugel
German: Selection of games and activities for 'Auf dem Markt' (market / shopping) topic.

German: Selection of games and activities for 'Auf dem Markt' (market / shopping) topic.

A selection of games and activities on this topic: Role play: Pupils work in pairs using the sheets to ask and answer questions and to fill in their partner's answers. Pupils need to know fruit and vegetable names, numbers, asking for cost. Good for speaking and listening skills. Worksheet: to practise and re-inforce sentences structures and vocabulary to do with this topic. Battleships sheets: Students play in pairs, plot their battleships (give a number - e.g. plot four each) and then take it in turns to guess where their partner has plotted theirs, using the German sentences which make up each square. Again good for speaking and listening skills. Cut and stick match up activity to practise the vocabulary.
CrookedSteeple
Ich spreche uber meine Gegend und meine Familie

Ich spreche uber meine Gegend und meine Familie

Adjective and relative clause practice. The pupils study the top table and then, by keeping to the colour code, they translate the sentences below into German. The English sentences are written oddly in order to reflect the German word order.
DanielONeill
Lost propery office

Lost propery office

Powerpoint to introduce lost property items and descrtiptions with roleplay practise.
HB38
Klamotten

Klamotten

Short introduction/ revision for clothes in connection with adjectives and useful phrases for shopping/ giving an opinion
brettl
Making suggestions

Making suggestions

Powerpoint for introducing actitives, accepting invitation, making excuses and suggesting going out with roleplay practise.
HB38
Stuttgarter Weihnachtsmarkt

Stuttgarter Weihnachtsmarkt

Vocab builder on Christmas for Years 9 and above. I based this worksheet on the Stuttgart marketing people’s website entry about their Christmas markets - students click on the picture to follow the link, and answer questions/look up vocab. A good starter for this might be a picture of a Christmas market you have been to (my trip to Manchester’s version was discussed!).
supersi77