Spelling and vocabulary Review Game generator - Practise/Practice any words (Any language)

Spelling and vocabulary Review Game generator - Practise/Practice any words (Any language)

This is a spelling and vocabulary review game generator. it works with any words, so use it to review your weekly spelling lists in game form. A very straight forward tool. Simply type 20 words which you want students to review into a list, choose whether you want a snakes 'n ladders format or a more generic board game and print onto A4 or A3 paper. Words are placed randomly over the board. If you want to re-order the words, press F9 for a refresh and the games will regenerate. The games work as follows. Students roll a die, move a counter and spell or define the word they land on (variations would be simple, too - give a synonym/antonym etc). Playing small review games often is a much more effective system to get students to remember vocabulary than simply giving them a list of words. The game itself will work in any language. Try English, French, German, even Chinese. The kids will love it, too!
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Flashcards - all AQA GCSE German vocabulary in flashcard form with English translations

Flashcards - all AQA GCSE German vocabulary in flashcard form with English translations

These pdf flashcard files are organized into generic vocabulary from the beginning of the vocabulary section in the new AQA specification for German GCSE, as well as Foundation and Higher topics. Rather than the restrictive double-sided flashcard, these are intended to be cut out with their translation attached to them in the first instance. The students or the teacher can then fold the translation behind the vocabulary so that students can test themselves. (The English is upside down intentionally so that it is harder for students to read through the flashcards if you have printed them on paper. In this manner, the vocabulary cards can stand like mini tents on the table and students on either side of the table could complete with each other to see how many words they can correctly translate into the opposite language. The other student is able to easily check the answer by flipping it up the right way. Students then have the opportunity to cut off the translation, mix the topic up and match up the English translations to the German words. all English translations or all German vocabulary could also be removed from the pile. This could lead to students testing themselves on whether or not they truly know the vocabulary required for the new GCSE. Key: +I = inversion +S = subordination +A = Accusative +D = Dative +G = Genitive
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