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Edexcel Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94

Edexcel Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94

This is a complete set of resources which are designed to be taught alongside Edexcel Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94 . The resources contain: Starter Introduction to key vocabulary Games and activities to practise key vocabulary Vocabulary reference for students Listening Exercise 1 with answers and transcript Reading Exercise 2 with answers Writing Exercise 3 Introduction to using clauses with two verbs Activities to practise Grammar handout Grammar worksheet Plenary
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AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94

AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94

This is a complete set of resources which are designed to be taught alongside AQA Stimmt! GCSE German (Higher) - Kapitel 5 - Startpunkt - Page 94 . The resources contain: Starter Introduction to key vocabulary Games and activities to practise key vocabulary Vocabulary reference for students Listening Exercise 1 with answers and transcript Reading Exercise 2 with answers Writing Exercise 3 Introduction to using clauses with two verbs Activities to practise Grammar handout Grammar worksheet Plenary
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Simple German task to practise use of dative after 'in'

Simple German task to practise use of dative after 'in'

This worksheet has a set of 13 sentences in German, each missing the definite article ‘the’. Each sentence says something ‘I’ do in different rooms in the house. The sentences are printed twice: pupils who get the first set will have to know/find out the gender of each room in the house; the second set show the gender. This is a simple worksheet with some rooms repeated to allow for consolidation of the rule. The sheet includes a grid showing the correct spellings of the definite article in both nominative and dative cases, for each gender. Answers included on page two.
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Reading on school uniform

Reading on school uniform

A reading which practises clothes and opinions. It also introduces the students to more complex sentence starters e.g. ‘Normally I wear’ and ‘I would like to wear’. It is useful for students to complete before writing their own paragraphs on clothes. It would also be useful for cover.
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Mein idealer Job

Mein idealer Job

AQA Oxford GCSE Higher textbook p164-165 inc a comprehensive guide to the genitive case and von with exercises
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House and Prepositions Partner Speaking activity

House and Prepositions Partner Speaking activity

Each partner has a picture of 4 rooms of the house with an object (cell phone or bookbag) that he is looking for. Partners take turns asking and answering yes / no questions to find the object. Directions are in English. May be used for any language.
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Questions to practice German word order

Questions to practice German word order

A list of questions to help students practise German word order, particularly subordinate clauses. Can be cut up and students pick one at a time, answering as they go along (orally) - could even be used with a board game such as snakes and ladders. They could be transferred to a powerpoint and turned into a starter activity. Or they could be done to check learning after a lesson on word order.
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German Grammar Songs - Accusative and Dative Prepositions and Definite Articles

German Grammar Songs - Accusative and Dative Prepositions and Definite Articles

2 different songs with audio examples that you can teach your classes to help them remember the pesky definite article table and the prepositions. Really useful for them to learn which case each preposition takes. Comes with a gap fill exercise as well. You will have all of your students humming/singing these in your exams. They really help!!
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