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Vocabulary Practice Mobile Technology new GCSE

Vocabulary Practice Mobile Technology new GCSE

Worksheet with different activities to practise vocabulary on MOBILE TECHNOLOGY (new AQA GCSE German text book). Ideal for revision or cover lesson. Includes: - odd one out - anagrams - reading exercise (who said...) - English to German translation word search - list of foundation and higher vocabulary
sbrown1604
Meine Freizeit - differentiated resource pack

Meine Freizeit - differentiated resource pack

This pack includes:- 1) A challenge activity, where students need to translate sentences into English, considering word order. 2) An emoji exit ticket, for students to review their learning on the topic of free time. 3) A 'Flashback Friday' starter on free time, based on the demands of the the new AQA German specification. (Translation task German to English) 4) Higher level reading comprehension. 5) A support sheet for lower attainers with a knowledge box to refer to when structuring sentences on free time. 6) A foundation level reading starter. 7) A vocabulary mat on the topic of free time, to support learners in their writing. 8) 3 versions of a writing task, based on the requirements of the new AQA writing exam.
sarahmccarthy86
Vocabulary Practice Social Media new GCSE

Vocabulary Practice Social Media new GCSE

Worksheet with different activities to practise vocabulary on SOCIAL MEDIA (new AQA GCSE German text book). Ideal for revision or cover lesson. Includes: - odd one out - anagrams - reading exercise (who said...) - English to German translation word search - list of foundation and higher vocabulary
sbrown1604
5 German Vocab Sheets

5 German Vocab Sheets

This pack Includes - Technology and Media - Family and Describing People -School and Future Plans -Free Time (including music, TV, films, going out) -Time and Dates Most of the sheets also have colour coding to help visualise the genders of the nouns
SarahStubington
German - Like, prefer, favourite

German - Like, prefer, favourite

This PPT introduces the idea of using 'gern', 'lieber' and 'am liebsten' to talk about what you like doing in your free time. It also looks at the word order - pupils then put the words in order to make a phrase.
TheMFLTeacher
German - Saying what you like/don't like doing/playing

German - Saying what you like/don't like doing/playing

This PPT introduces how to say that you like or don't like doing or playing something (using 'gern' and 'nicht gern'). The activities include sports and instruments. Having noted how to say like/don't like, pupils then put the sentences in the correct column. Finally, play a game of Random Scores.
TheMFLTeacher