A revision booklet designed alongside Module 1 (Moi) in Expo Vert. This can be given to students in need of extra scaffolding, or could easily be adapted for an assessment or homework, or worked through for cover lessons.
Easily applicable to Year 8 higher ability, topics covered are:
Unit 1: Je me présente
Unit 2: Les choses que j’aime faire
Unit 3: Je m’entends avec…
Unit 4: Mes parents/Les métiers
Unit 5: Mes copains et mes copines
Unit 6: La semaine dernière/Mes loisirs
A general knowledge of Germany and the German-speaking world, ideal for final lessons! Questions cover Geography, science, history and the German language.
There are 11 questions, each slide has its own animated ‘Countdown’ style timer with audio which is played by hovering over the clock and clicking play. Most slides have English translations which you can show by clicking if necessary. Vocabulary tested is suitable for first-year German learners, and more difficult questions show English translations.
The quiz takes around 30 minutes for questions and answers (answers included in slides)
An interactive online lesson involving translation, culture and logic, ideal for German learners of any age.
Pupils translate messages from ‘customers’ looking for their ideal city break, then explore key German-speaking cities using Google Maps and YouTube to choose the correct break for each person.
A Powerpoint which walks pupils through describing actions and giving opinions in the past and future tense, building up to two translation pyramid exercises. Pyramid exercises can be used as standalones for starters/plenaries and slides are easy to edit.
A worksheet with 12 band names partially or fully translated into German. Bands current in 2019! Solutions are on the second page.
This makes an ideal activity for the end of term, but would also be well-suited to practising dictionary skills.
I pulled together these recipes for a 10 week cookery course at my school. I spent a long time looking for a selection of recipes which could be prepared within 1.5 hours, without a hob and with minimal ingredients and utensils - here is the result!
A sheet explaining a variety of “little words” and giving guidance for usage. The sheet prints at an ideal size to be trimmed and stuck into the cover of a large exercise book. Words and phrases covered are:
“there is/there was”
“it is/it was”
This has proven invaluable in writing tasks where key terms are not problematic but pupils struggle to form sentences without “little words”!
A 1 hour assessment with answer document. Suitable as a standalone assessment or cover lesson.
Appearance and personality
Free time activities and appearance
Jobs and opinions
Gap fill testing present tense verb endings
A board game revising key questions for the Home and Abroad topic in Spanish IGCSE.
Includes some extended question tasks and some translation tasks.
Can print to either A3 or A4, just add a dice - pupils can only progress to the square they roll if they can answer the question.
A Powerpoint and accompanying worksheet guiding French learners through the past tense (with avoir and être, and the imperfect)
This resource is also available in video format here: https://youtu.be/RAmVtcD3wDI