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GERMAN PHONICS CARDS #1
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GERMAN RHYMING WORDS PHONICS PRONUNCIATION SPELLING PRACTICE - 99 WORDS FOCUSING ON PHONICS, SOUNDS AND RHYMES - CARDS AND WHOLE-GROUP PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE There are 99 cards featuring a range of sounds in German, and a whole-group presentation and practice resource. We revisit the activities frequently to help students develop phonic awareness and a thorough understanding of how German spelling and sounds work. I’ve found that students are quickly able to recognize sound patterns, enabling them to predict the pronunciation of new words accurately. The whole-group presentations are non-editable for copyright reasons, but move forward via a click as a slide show, with all the rhymes and corresponding sounds grouped together - I often use these at the beginning of the lesson, or a 5-minute pronunciation and speaking break during a lesson, again at very regular intervals. I always encourage students to look carefully at all parts of a particular word, not just the focus sound: for example erreicht - the focus sound is ei, but the ch sound is equally important. The resource works well for my German students at all stages of learning, from beginner to advanced. We use the card template for students to add corresponding sounds/rhymes that they know, or learn, over time. I allocate 10-15 minutes frequently to focus on pronunciation and sounds - this really does help students develop authentic German pronunciation. Laminate the cards if possible - they are far more learner-friendly, and will remain in excellent condition for years. I’ve included a set without a background, as that is not as expensive to prep as the color - I do create color-coded sets for my students when I can, as it helps them to identify different resources, but they are fine without color too. The files are non-editable for copyright reasons. They are copyright, all rights reserved. They may not be copied, shared, rewritten or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM AUSSPRECHEN!
FSL FRENCH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES POSTERS FLASHCARDS
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FSL FLE FRENCH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES LA FRANCOPHONIE LES PAYS FRANCOPHONES My students really enjoy seeing the scope of the Francophone world - these posters create an instant introduction to it, and give the learning environment a great French look and feel. At the same time, they promote French as a living language, spoken widely across the world, and featuring in the everyday life of the learning environment. I’ve included countries or regions where a significant number of the population speak French as either their first or second language, such as Viet Nam. Each poster shows the continent, country and capital city in French, and its national flag. Introducing and practicing language with flashcards is a really successful directed teaching and learning activity, and these are the ideal size for use as both learning flashcards and all year-round learning display posters. There may be a number of countries and capital cities that students do not know, or are not aware of, so the word wall definitely helps them fully develop their general awareness, knowledge and understanding of both world geography and la Francophonie - students are often genuinely amazed at the scope of the French-speaking world - French is spoken on every continent! I’ve used the definite article, as I’ve found that this helps embed the concept of gender in French, and that proper nouns, such as countries, are subject to gender agreement rules too. There are two backgrounds to choose from - French flag or black wave. In total, there are 80 posters / flashcards - 40 with French flag background, and 40 with black wave background. Laminate the posters if you can - they are easier to hang for display, or to use as flashcards for introducing language, and they will last for absolutely years. Try this free sampler to see if the posters / flashcards would work well in your classroom: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fsl-french-speaking-countries-posters-sampler-12630766 The files are non-editable in a zipped format, and are copyright, all rights are reserved. The files may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON VOYAGE !
DAZ DAF GERMAN VERBS DOMINOES #1
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DAZ DAF GERMAN DOMINOES High-frequency German verbs dominoes games: 3 games and challenges are a lively alternative to more traditional grammar & vocabulary ‘drilling’ activities. They will help students build up and embed their vocabulary and knowledge of high-frequency German verbs in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. There are 99 common German verbs in the infinitive form, along with the corresponding English verbs. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino bilingual verb sequence, on the classroom floor, or on a long(ish) table, by matching the German and English verbs. The game has a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading, and also helps students identify cognates and words that may look similar to English, but mean something different. There are three games, each with a different level of challenge: Challenge One features the verbs in alphabetical order, German to English Challenge Two features the verbs in random order, also German to English Challenge Three again features the verbs in random order, but this time from English to German, which works a little different in terms of vocab recall There’s a full alphabetical German-English verb list, which students find really useful as they begin to build and embed their verb vocabulary - we find it useful to have a quick look through the list prior to playing for the first time, and it’s also really good for some additional whole-group pronunciation practice. Each challenge is on a different background, so that they can be easily identified. To ensure successful learning, play regularly as you work with verbs and vocabulary - against a timer in teams works well to map both improved recall and word recognition, as well as increasing confidence - students genuinely enjoy seeing if they can beat their own time record. Dominoes games work really well in language learning as a free-choice activity - I have folders of resources for students to select their own activity, according to what they feel they would most like to revisit. We have free-choice activity time every few lessons for a half hour or so, which also provides a welcome break from the particular target focus. There’s definitely prep involved - printing and cutting out. I always laminate my dominoes games, as they’re far more learner-friendly, and they last for absolutely years, so once you’re prepped the set or several sets, you will never have to prep the games again. I also have several verb lists, printed double-sided, and also laminated, which I share between small groups when they play. The product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM SPIELEN
FRENCH SPEAKING PROMPTS BUNDLE #2
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FRENCH SPEAKING PROMPTS PRACTICE These French Speaking Prompts cards are perfect for developing speaking skills and for engaging with a range of language and concepts within a single activity - there are 300 question and answer cards and three reference books aimed at advanced beginner to intermediate French learners, with a focus on beginning and general conversation, some cultural knowledge and using French reflexive verbs in the present tenes. There are 48 reflexive verbs featured in the Q & A activities in Set 3, and I’ve included an alphabetical French-English verb list in the reference book 3. The cards are also great for multi-skill language learning - they give students structured talk opportunities and definitely get them listening, reading and writing. As their confidence and competence develop, my students begin to rely less on the prompts, and are able to produce language really creatively. The cards ideal for independent learning, and perfect for pair and small-group work. There are also a lot of games you can play with the cards, and I’ve described a range of those that work really well for us. Laminate the cards if you can - it’s definitely worth the extra prep time, as they’re more learner-friendly, and they last for absolutely years. The reference books include all the questions and answers written out in French. Students find these very useful learning support resources and they’re also handy whole-group pronunciation practice and reading-out loud resources, as well as translation practice. My students use them to guide their own creative use of language, as a kind of writing frame, as they create new questions and answers for each other. We use the Ideas, Notes and Next Steps template to reflect on learning, and to think about what we might reasonably do to progress in our learning - it’s really useful to guide and inform whole-group discussion. My students also note new verbs and vocab here too, which really helps them create a whole range of new sentences, questions and answers. The question and answer card writing templates give students the opportunity to* apply their French very practically*, as they create both questions and answers for each other. This is a great team activity too. The bundle consists of six non-editable files in a zipped format. I’ve also included a couple of my free-to-download resources you may not have seen in my store. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully: the bundle is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The licence for purchase is a single-user licence only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BONNE CONVERSATION !
DAZ DAF GERMAN IMPERFECT TENSE CONJUGATION
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GERMAN IMPERFECT TENSE CONJUGATION PRACTICE There are five workbooks, each focusing on a particular German verb group in the imperfect tense, with 150 conjugation questions (750 conjugation in total), and complete answer keys. They’re ideal for beginner to intermediate German students who are getting to grips with conjugation in German, and building their verb vocabulary. The workbooks focus on the mechanics of conjugation, rather than usage. I’ve found that when my students are able to provide the correct conjugation very quickly, and out of a specific context, they feel really confident that their conjugation skills are developing well. The verbs groups are: regular German verbs irregular & mixed German verbs high-frequency German verbs German reflexive verbs German separable verbs Each conjugation workbook has the following structure: Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German. Three conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations: Conjugation Challenge 1: each verb conjugated in German across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding English verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 2: gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in German. Conjugation Challenge 3: students write the corresponding German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. Notes and Next Steps, which encourages students to think about how their understanding of German conjugation works, reflect on what progress they have made, what their targets for improvement might realistically be, and what they might reasonably do in order to meet those targets. They also use this page to note any new verbs they learn, which helps them build up a comprehensive verb vocabulary. It’s also a useful tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really popular activity with my students. The answer key is a 6-page book which is absolutely essential in my view. Answer keys help students develop more independence in their learning, and provide them with an additional opportunity to engage with language and grammar. Try this free quick conjugation workbook sampler to see if the workbooks would work well for your students: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-sampler-12149140 Please ensure you haven’t already purchased any of the imperfect tense workbooks individually, or as part of a bundle, before you purchase this collection. The product is non-editable in a zipped format. It is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!
SPANISH VERBS DOMINOES 1
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SPANISH DOMINOES Common Spanish verbs dominoes games: 3 games and challenges are a lively alternative to more traditional grammar & vocabulary ‘drilling’ activities. They will help students build up and embed their vocabulary and knowledge of common Spanish verbs in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. There are 99 high-frequency Spanish verbs in the infinitive form, along with the corresponding English verbs. Students can work happily challenging themselves and each other to create a perfect domino bilingual verb sequence, on the classroom floor, or on a long(ish) table, by matching the Spanish and English verbs. The game has a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, and reading, and also helps students identify cognates and words that may look similar to English, but mean something different. There are three games, each with a different level of challenge: Challenge One features the verbs in alphabetical order, Spanish to English Challenge Two features the verbs in random order, also Spanish to English Challenge Three again features the verbs in random order, but this time from English to Spanish, which works a little different in terms of vocab recall There’s a full alphabetical Spanish-English verb list, which students find really useful as they begin to build and embed their verb vocabulary - we find it useful to have a quick look through the list prior to playing for the first time, and it’s also really good for some additional whole-group pronunciation practice. Each challenge is on a different background, so that they can be easily identified. To ensure successful learning, play regularly as you work with verbs and vocabulary - against a timer in teams works well to map both improved recall and word recognition, as well as increasing confidence - students genuinely enjoy seeing if they can beat their own time record. Dominoes games work really well in language learning as a free-choice activity - I have folders of resources for students to select their own activity, according to what they feel they would most like to revisit. We have free-choice activity time every few lessons for a half hour or so, which also provides a welcome break from the particular target focus. There’s definitely prep involved - printing and cutting out. I always laminate my dominoes games, as they’re far more learner-friendly, and they last for absolutely years, so once you’re prepped the set or several sets, you will never have to prep the games again. The product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed outside your own classroom in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!
FRENCH FRUITS BINGO
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FRENCH FOR CHILDREN FRUITS BINGO Bingo games are perfect for language learning, and they’re really easy to differentiate. All my students, regardless of age, find playing the games a great way of consolidating their vocab, and developing their French language skills in general - bingo is absolutely perfect for speaking, listening, reading and writing/spelling. In this set I’ve included 100 differentiated bingo grids and 40 calling cards - 20 in French, and 20 in English - I always play with English calling cards too, as I’ve found it’s a really great way of further consolidating vocab - students have to focus carefully on the language ‘switch’! It’s definitely useful to have calling cards, so that you can keep track of what you’re calling out, and it also lets students be the bingo master or mistress too, meaning they can play quite independently. There are twelve French fruits in masculine, feminine, singular & plural: = the green apple = the lemon = the oranges = the peach = the raspberries = the pineapple = the kiwi = the pear = the bananas = the green grapes = the strawberry = the watermelon I differentiate my bingo games by using picture-only cards, which are great for general vocab consolidation and listening skills. There are 40 9-square grids in total, and there’s a set of color (which I sometimes laminate so that I can just get them out whenever I need to - make sure students have wipe-clean pens on their tables!). I’ve also included the same grids in black and white - simply print these out. I sometimes give out pages with four grids on, and let students choose which order they play the grids in - they have multiple pages - or sometimes, I get the students to cut out the grids, place them in a small bowl or similar on tables and they then randomly choose grids - depending on the size of your class, you will definitely have several winners per game! The grids are designed for all the squares to be crossed off in order to win the game. I also use word-only grids to help students focus more on their reading skills, so I’ve included 40 French word-only 9-square grids, 4 per page (10 pages). The mixed word and picture grids are ideal for additional challenge and differentiated - there are 20 of these. There are six non-editable files in a zipped format. The product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user only license. Please read the Terms of Use. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT !
FRENCH BREAKFAST WORD WALL
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ELEMENTARY FRENCH WORD WALL BREAKFAST MUR DE MOTS French Word Wall Le Petit Déjeuner - 18 scrumptious breakfast items! Word walls are great not only for creating an instant introduction to beginner vocabulary in the written form, but also for giving the learning environment a fabulous French look and feel. There are 18 items of breakfast vocab, which I don’t necessarily always have in my learning plan, but I use them for developing language skills and awareness in general. I’ve used both the indefinite and partitive article, which helps us put together sentences, such as J’aime manger des croissants, or Normalement, je prends une tasse de café, We look at cognates and near cognates, and discuss breakfast, and what we like to eat, or we’d like to try. The items are: = bacon = yoghurt = cup of coffee = cereal = jam = pancakes = croissants = waffles = porridge = orange juice = milk = boiled eggs = fried eggs = pain au chocolat = toast = bread rolls = syrup = tea There are two cards per 8.5 x 11 (A4) page in landscape format - the words are definitely big enough for children to be able to read from various locations in the classroom - we really get the most from word walls and other displays - we do lots of guessing and spelling games, and vocab quizzes for example. There are two backgrounds to choose from - French flag or black wave. I definitely recommend that you print on card stock and/or laminate for longevity - you’ll be able to enjoy your French Breakfast word wall for years to come! Have a look at this French Numbers 0-21 word wall which you can download for free - you can check whether its design will suit your classroom - the breakfast word wall is exactly the same design. FRENCH NUMBERS 0-21 WORD WALL FREEBIE https://www.tes.com/en-us/teaching-resource/french-numbers-word-wall-12148543 There are two non-editable files in a zipped format - they’re copyright, all rights reserved They can’t be shared, distributed, copied or rewritten in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON APPÉTIT !
ITALIAN MONTHS & SEASONS OF THE YEAR WORD SEARCHES
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ELEMENTARY BEGINNER ITALIAN Months and Seasons of the Year Word Searches Parole Intrecciate are a fabulous way of encouraging learners to engage with the written word in Italian, refreshing and reinforcing language as they complete the grids. This set features 10 differentiated word searches, with each consecutive grid increasing in challenge. There are 5 Italian to Italian grids, where learners are prompted with Italian words, and look for them in Italian in the grid. For additional consolidation, each grid also features an English word list that they have to complete, really putting their knowledge to the test! There are also 5 English to Italian grids, where the prompt words are given in English, and learners have to find the Italian equivalent in the grid. For additional consolidation and practice in writing and spelling in Italian, they also complete the Italian word list on each page. Students can tell in which direction the words are written by looking at the arrow key on each grid. Answer keys also provide students with an additional opportunity to engage with language, and they’re a great teacher time-saver too, which is always a good thing! The word searches are in landscape format, as I’ve found this to be the best format for beginner learners of Italian. This kind of activity is really versatile too, I use them as starters, refreshers, plenaries or fun-time fillers at any time during the school year, as well as when I’m introducing months and seasons of the year in Italian. For a real focus, and to facilitate learner independence, photocopy all the grids as a workbook, and let learners simply work their way through. The workbook format is great for home learning activities too. Create an answer key booklet - one booklet for small groups of 3 or 4 learners is sufficient. If you create workbooks and answer key booklets, these are best prepared photocopied double-sided and with a double staple on the left-hand side. This format is far more reader, writer and learner-friendly than using a single-staple in the top left-hand corner for example. Try this free-to-download Italian Days of the Week Word Search Freebie - the format is the same as these word searches, and you can see whether they will work for your learners: ITALIAN DAYS OF THE WEEK WORD SEARCH FREEBIE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12507087 Have a look at this set of ten differentiated word searches, also focusing on Days of the Week in Italian: ITALIAN DAYS OF THE WEEK : TEN DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12507092 The files are non-editable in a zipped format. Please read the Terms of Use carefully: this resource is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. GRAZIE MILLE E BUON APPRENDIMENTO!
GERMAN FUTURE TENSE CONJUGATION DRILLS
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GERMAN FUTURE TENSE CONJUGATION 25 high-frequency German verbs for the workbook, including modals, regular, irregular and separable verbs I’ve created a series of ‘quick conjugation’ workbooks for my students to use in a range of learning contexts - for example in directed class time or learning at home, holiday refresher work. I have folders with workbooks ready for students to select during our ‘free-choice’ time, so that they can decide themselves what particular verbs and forms they most need to work on. The workbooks are most effective when students have regular and frequent opportunities to engage with them, and we discuss as a whole-group what our progress is - we use the Notes and Next Steps template to guide this discussion. Grades 7-12 German & German Homeschool There are ten pages in the workbook, which has the following structure: Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German. Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations: Conjugation Challenge 1: each verb is conjugated across a range of pronouns, and students write the corresponding English verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 2: this challenge gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 3: the prompt is in English, and students write the correct German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. Notes and Next Steps template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It’s a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. 6-page answer key book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations - additionally, they really enjoy correcting each others’ work! Have a look at this free quick conjugation workbook sampler, which will give you a good idea of how the workbooks are structured, and if they’re going to work well in your classroom GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-sampler-12149140 There are 3 non-editable files in a zipped folder. The resource is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!
GERMAN CONDITIONAL TENSE CONJUGATION DRILLS
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HIGH-FREQUENCY GERMAN VERBS CONJUGATION CONDITIONAL TENSE 25 high-frequency German verbs for the workbook, including modals, regular, irregular and separable verbs I’ve created a series of ‘quick conjugation’ workbooks for my students to use in a range of learning contexts - for example in directed class time or learning at home, holiday refresher work. I have folders with workbooks ready for students to select during our ‘free-choice’ time, so that they can decide themselves what particular verbs and forms they most need to work on. The workbooks are most effective when students have regular and frequent opportunities to engage with them, and we discuss as a whole-group what our progress is - we use the Notes and Next Steps template to guide this discussion. Grades 7-12 German & German Homeschool There are ten pages in the workbook, which has the following structure: Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German. Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations: Conjugation Challenge 1: each verb is conjugated across a range of pronouns, and students write the corresponding English verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 2: this challenge gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 3: the prompt is in English, and students write the correct German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. Notes and Next Steps template which students visit regularly - it really does encourage them to think about where they are now, how confident they feel, and what they might need to work on a little more to be absolutely sure of their conjugation skills. We also note down any new verbs we meet, which enables students to build up their own verb vocab bank. It’s a great tool to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really successful and popular activity. 6-page answer key book - this is absolutely essential in my opinion - answer keys help students develop more insight and independence in their learning, and of course, self and peer assessing does give them a further opportunity to engage with the conjugations Have a look at this free quick conjugation workbook sampler, which will give you a good idea of how the workbooks are structured, and if they’re going to work well in your classroom GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-sampler-12149140 There are 3 non-editable files in a zipped folder. The resource is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!
FRENCH MAJOR CITIES WORD SEARCHES
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FRENCH CITIES VILLES FRANÇAISES WORD SEARCHES - 5 DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEY AND GRID TEMPLATE - 25 MAJOR FRENCH CITIES I use these word searches as a way of introducing the geography and cities of France to my students, as well as to give them opportunity to practice their beginning French skills - they’re differentiated, and multi-skill. The grid template allows them to apply their French very practically, as they create grids for each other - I always encourage my students to explore France a little more, and find other cities and towns too. When I create word searches, I always create corresponding answer keys - for me, they’re an integral part of the learning activity, helping students develop independence in their learning, and offering further opportunity to engage with language. There’s a reference sheet of all cities included in the searches, which you can share between small groups of students, or give one to each student to stick into their learning workbooks as an all-year-round reference. Use as starters, refreshers, plenaries, sub/cover lessons, pick-me-ups or fun-time fillers at any time during the school year, as well as when you’re discussing the geography of France. The resource consists of 3 non-editable files. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON VOYAGE !
FRENCH MONTHS & SEASONS WORD SEARCHES
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ELEMENTARY FRENCH MONTHS & SEASONS OF THE YEAR: TEN DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES ideal for Elementary French and beginner French classes of all ages and year groups. Word searches provide the perfect opportunity for young and beginning students of French to engage with the written French word, hile developing essential beginner French vocabulary. They are easily differentiated - and the grids have an increasing level of challenge, to ensure that all students can feel confident about their learning - and lots of chances to keep challenging themselves. I’ve indicated the direction the words are located in the grid with arrows. There are 5 French to French grids, with an additional vocab list to complete for extra spelling practice. I always create English to French grids too - that’s a great way of consolidating vocab, and there’s a vocab list to complete too. For me, answer keys are absolutely essential. Not only do they give students more independence (they love to mark their own and each other’s work!) but they give them further chance to engage with the language. For my younger and beginner students, I do tend to put the word searches in landscape format - this really helps them to look carefully at words, both in French and English. The word searches are really versatile, and I use them in lots of different contexts, such as starters, refreshers, fun-time fillers, sub lessons, or free-choice activity at any time during the school year. Try this word search sampler, it’s free to download, and you’ll be able to see whether the word searches will work well with your learners: Try this French fruits word search freebie sampler- it will give you a good idea of whether the word searches would work well for your students: FRENCH FRUITS WORD SEARCHES FREEBIE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12510002 The files are non-editable in a zipped format. The resource is copyright, all rights reserved - it may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. Please read the Terms of Use. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT !
SPANISH DAYS OF THE WEEK WORD SEARCHES
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SPANISH DAYS OF THE WEEK WORD SEARCHES

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ELEMENTARY SPANISH DAYS OF THE WEEK VOCABULARY Los días de la semana - diez sopas de letras! Word searches are a great way of encouraging learners to engage with the written word in Spanish, refreshing and reinforcing language as they complete the grids. These are ten differentiated word searches focusing on the days of the week in Spanish. My students really enjoy practicing their vocabulary with word searches. They like to work independently, either alone, in pairs or in small groups, challenging themselves (and each other!) to progress through the challenges. I differentiate in a range of ways. In this set, you’ll see there are five Spanish to Spanish grids, with the Spanish words as prompts. Students then find them in Spanish in the grid. A great way of really consolidating vocab is to get students to complete the word list on the grid sheet too. There are also five English to Spanish grids. With these, the prompt words are in English, so students have to know the correct Spanish word in order to find it in the grid. There’s a word list to complete on these too. As the challenge increases, the words appear in an increasing number of different directions, and students can identify which directions they’re looking for by referring to the arrow key on each grid. My students always like to have answer keys, and I really find these an integral and essential element of the learning activity. They enable students to self and peer-assess, and they actually work as a further opportunity for them to engage with the vocabulary. The word searches are in landscape format, as this mirrors the common direction of reading from left to right, and in my experience, this is really useful for young beginner Spanish learners, as they begin to familiarize themselves with the written word in Spanish. I use the word searches regularly - as starters, refreshers, plenaries, fun-time fillers or activities for sub lessons, at any time during the school year, as well as when I’m introducing days of the week in Spanish. Try this word search sampler, it’s free to download, and you’ll be able to see whether the word searches will work well with your learners: SPANISH FRUITS WORD SEARCH WITH ANSWER KEY : FREEBIE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/spanish-fruits-word-search-freebie-12486094 This resource comprises 2 non-editable files in a zipped format. Please read the Terms of Use carefully: this resource is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y QUE OS DIVIRTÁIS!
ESL ENGLISH DATES DAYS MONTHS SEASONS TASK CARDS
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ESL ENGLISH DATES DAYS MONTHS SEASONS TASK CARDS

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING ESL EFL ELL English Days, Months, Seasons, Dates Task Cards perfect for beginner learners of English, really helping to create a lively language learning environment. Students can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their knowledge of this essential English vocabulary in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, independently of the teacher. They have a bonus multi-skill focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading and spelling. The cards are useful not only when you’re focusing on this particular vocabulary area, but also as an all-year-round starter, plenary and general ‘pick-me-up’ activity, as the goal is not simply to learn how these words and phrases work in English, but also to enjoy working with English, and to feel confident about doing so. The questions range in complexity and challenge, and some call upon prior knowledge too, helping students make links and build bridges in their learning. There may be some words students are not familiar with - these questions give them the opportunity to learn and apply new language too. The question card template enables students to apply their knowledge of language creatively and practically too - my students really enjoy creating questions for each other! The resource comprises the following non-editable files: Set of 36 question cards, 4 per A4 (8.5 x 11) paper. The card size allows for more complex sentences and texts in a font sufficiently large for all learners to access it successfully. Print, laminate and cut out. Laminating is definitely worth the extra prep time and expense, as the cards are far more learner-friendly, and will last for absolutely years. To maximize successful learning, I give my students frequent and regular opportunity to work with the cards, as this ensures real consolidation of linguistic and grammatical concepts. answer recording sheet I tend to use these for more formal assessment purposes, so for class work, my students use their work notebook, which also saves on prep and paper. answer key, laminate if you can, so that you can keep re-using. One answer key for each small group is sufficient. vocabulary reference sheet essential learning support, which is also useful as a longer-term reference resource. The product is non-editable file in a zipped format, It is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use. THANKS AND ENJOY YOUR ENGLISH LESSONS!
GERMAN REFLEXIVE VERBS CONJUGATION DRILLS
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GERMAN REFLEXIVE VERBS CONJUGATION DRILLS

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GERMAN REFLEXIVE VERBS CONJUGATION DRILLS PRESENT, PERFECT AND IMPERFECT TENSE I started to create these kinds of quick conjugation workbooks for my students many years ago when I realized they really appreciated and benefited from the chance to practice conjugation independently, and at really regular intervals, not only when we first worked on a particular verb group, but also for refresher and revision activities. There are 25 high-frequency German reflexive verbs, including some not essentially reflexive, such as sich kaufen, which is great for practicing the use of the dative reflexive. In each workbook there are 3 differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 conjugations, so that’s 150 conjugations in each workbook, 450 conjugations in total. DIFFERENTIATED CONJUGATION CHALLENGES: Challenge One: each verb conjugated in GERMAN across a range of pronouns, with students writing the corresponding ENGLISH verb conjugation. Challenge 2: gives the infinitive of each verb in GERMAN, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation in GERMAN. Challenge 3: students write the corresponding GERMAN verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an ENGLISH prompt. I think it’s pretty essential to give students an answer key for this kind of workbook - it really does give them an additional opportunity to engage with the grammar, but they love to mark their own and each others’ work - and it saves me lots of time. I do monitor their workbooks from time to time, so that I can be sure I’m aware of their progress. I definitely encourage them to keep revisiting the NOTES & NEXT STEPS pro forma - it gets them reflecting on what they know and are confident with, and equally, what they might need to work a little more on. We also use it to inform and guide whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really useful activity too. We use the workbooks in lots of different contexts - directed practice as we’re working on the verbs, quick refresh and revision sessions, free-choice learning time, where my students simply go to our learning folders, and choose a particular activity or workbook they’d like to work on, home study and sub lessons - I definitely get lots of use from them! Have a look at this free-to-download sampler, which will give you more idea of how the workbooks look, and whether you think they’ll work well with your students: GERMAN CONJUGATION PRACTICE SAMPLER https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-sampler-12149140 Each workbook has ten pages, and includes two alphabetical verb reference lists, German-English and English-German as well as the NOTES & NEXT STEPS proforma. Each answer key booklet has six pages. There are 9 non-editable files in a zipped format. The bundle is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. VIELEN DANK UND VIEL SPAß BEIM KONJUGIEREN!
GERMAN SEPARABLE VERBS CONJUGATION DRILLS BUNDLE #2
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GERMAN SEPARABLE VERBS CONJUGATION DRILLS BUNDLE #2

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GERMAN CONJUGATION SEPARABLE VERBS GRAMMAR PRACTICE For a real focus on the conjugation of high-frequency German separable verbs, I’ve put together 8 of my ‘quick conjugation’ workbooks, each with a key tense that I like my learners to be confident with. The workbooks focus on 25 high-frequency irregular and regular separable verbs. I’ve selected separable prefixes that students are likely to meet in the more introductory to intermediate phase of working with separable verbs, such as AB, AN, AUS, EIN, UM and ZU - so for example I’ve not selected verbs with entlang or entgegen. I use these kinds of ‘quick conjugation’ workbooks in various learning contexts - for example in directed class time or learning at home, holiday refresher work. There are 150 conjugations in each workbook, so 1,200 conjugations in total. I have folders with workbooks ready for students to select during our ‘free-choice’ time, so that they can decide themselves what particular verbs and forms they most need to work on. I give my students lots of frequent and regular opportunities to work with conjugations, and we discuss as a whole-group what our progress is - we use the Notes and Next Steps template to guide this discussion. Grades 7-12 German, depending on when your students began learning German When we work at ‘quick conjugation’, we discuss a range of important facts about tense and verb conjugation - for example, It’s useful to remind students of a number of things when focusing on or revising tense and verb conjugation. For example, with the future perfect tense, students need to have a firm grasp of werden in the present tense, of how to form past participles of a range of verb types, and to get used to ensuring that the haben in its infinitive form is situated at the end of the clause or sentence, though this workbook focuses solely on the correct conjugation of verbs with ‘quick conjugations’, and so does not look at word order. Conjugating werden in the present tense, and placing it together with the accompanying verb in the infinitive form is a very fixed pattern, with which students become very familiar and confident the more they work with conjugation in this tense - and these quick conjugations will certainly help to embed that successfully. Grammar books are not consistent with grammatical terminology, so in this context, the conditional perfect is I would have set off for example. I’ve used wäre & past participle as ich würde abgefahren sein is no longer commonly used in the way that ich wäre abegefahren is for example. The conjugation is structured in the same way as the Konjunktiv II Plusquamperfekt, which is often called the pluperfect subjunctive in English grammatical terminology, though of course, the usage is different. The tenses are: present tense (Präsens) perfect tense (Perfekt) imperfect tense (Präteritum) future tense (Futur I) conditional tense (Konjuktiv II, Futur I) pluperfect tense (Plusquamperfekt) future perfect tense (Konjuktiv I, Futur II) conditional perfect tense (Konjuktiv II, Plusquamperfekt) There are ten pages in each workbook, with the following structure: Two alphabetical verb reference lists: German-English and English-German. Three differentiated conjugation challenges, each with 50 individual conjugations: Conjugation Challenge 1: each verb is conjugated across a range of pronouns, and students write the corresponding English verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 2: this challenge gives the infinitive of each verb in German, specifying the target pronoun. Students write the corresponding verb conjugation. Conjugation Challenge 3: the prompt is in English, and students write the correct German verb conjugation, and its infinitive, from an English prompt. There is also a 6-page answer key book which students find really useful, and I actually consider essential for this type of workbook - either to self- or peer-assess - it’s also a great time saver for teachers, as well as a way of encouraging students to really assume more responsibility for, and independence in, their learning. There’s a Notes and Next Steps page in the workbook - we use this to map progress, and to note ideas for improvement. We also use it as to guide and inform whole-group discussion about learning and progress in general, which is a really popular and effective activity. It’s also a great place to note any additional high-frequency verbs that students learn, and this helps to build up a really strong verb vocab bank. Have a look at this free quick conjugation workbook sampler, which will give you a good idea of how the workbooks are structured, and if they’re going to work well in your classroom. GERMAN CONJUGATION SAMPLER https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-conjugation-practice-sampler-12149140 There files are non-editable files in a zipped format. I’ve also included a couple of my free-to-download resources that you may not have seen in my store. The bundle is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. The license for purchase is a single-user license only. Please read the Terms of Use carefully. 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FRENCH TELLING TIME O'CLOCK LIST
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FRENCH TELLING TIME O'CLOCK LIST

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BEGINNER FRENCH ELEMENTARY FRENCH TELLING TIME O’CLOCK ANALOG I create lots of reference resources for my students focusing on essential French vocabulary. I’ve found that they’re a really successful learning support resource for learners of all ages, and at all stages of learning, and they’re really popular with my students too. They work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well laminated for small-group work in class. I designed this specifically for my young and/or beginner learners of French, and focus only on a single time set on each page. This is because in my experience students benefit from a very clear outline of new language and vocabulary, avoiding lots of text on a single page - even my older students who are completely new to French prefer this. I’ve uploaded a reference book showing every analog clock time in French @ $3 - have a look at it here: TELLING TIME IN FRENCH REFERENCE BOOK : EVERY ANALOG CLOCK TIME https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12507037 There are two backgrounds to choose from - French flag, which I tend to use for vocab display, or black wave. I like the visual aspect of a background for language learners, who do have a lot of vocab to work through and learn - the background definitely makes lists more visually appealing for learners. The product is non-editable in a zipped format. Please read the Terms of Use carefully - the product is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON APPRENTISSAGE !
FRENCH NUMBERS 0-31 REFERENCE LIST
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FRENCH NUMBERS 0-31 REFERENCE LIST

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ELEMENTARY FRENCH NUMBERS 0-31 an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential French vocabulary. I’ve found that these kinds of reference lists are a really successful learning support resource, and are really popular with students too. They work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. I designed this specifically for my young and/or beginning learners of French, and it’s suitable for a range of ages and learning stages. There are two backgrounds to choose from - French flag or black wave. The product is non-editable in a zipped format. It is copyright, all rights reserved. It may not be copied, rewritten, shared or distributed in any way. Please read the Terms of Use. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON APPRENTISSAGE !
SPANISH VERBS REFERENCE LIST #1
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SPANISH VERBS REFERENCE LIST #1

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SPANISH GRAMMAR HIGH-FREQUENCY SPANISH VERBS Create an instant reference resource for students focusing on essential Spanish verbs. I’ve found that the lists are a great learning support resource, and they’re really popular with students too. They work well when students keep them carefully in learning files or folders for current and future reference. They also work well printed double-sided and laminated for small-group work in class. This list is a collection of 25 high-frequency Spanish verbs that I work with in the beginning to intermediate stages of Spanish learning. They are all in the infinitive form - it’s an important step in learning is to ensure that students quickly develop a useful vocabulary bank, are able to recognize Spanish verbs, and are confident with the meaning of those verbs in English - at that point we can move swiftly on to looking at conjugation and using the verbs in a communicative and practical context. Students shouldn’t take on the task of learning 25 verbs all at once though - this is more of a longer-term reference resource that students can use to audit their developing Spanish verb vocabulary. There are two alphabetical lists - one Spanish-English, and one English-Spanish, as I’ve found that beginner language students prefer to have both as a reference resource. This resource consists of two non-editable files in a zipped format and is offered freely, but please read the Terms of Use carefully, as it is copyright, all rights reserved. ¡MUCHAS GRACIAS Y BUEN APRENDIZAJE!