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German Resources for KS3,4 and 5. PowerPoints, worksheets and other activities.

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German Resources for KS3,4 and 5. PowerPoints, worksheets and other activities.
GCSE German Grammar/Preparation for AS Level
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GCSE German Grammar/Preparation for AS Level

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This is a 36 page booklet covering basic grammar for GCSE level. It uses simple, none topic specific vocabulary as the focus is on grammar. There are simple explanations, exercises and solutions at the back of the booklet. I also give this to prospective Year 12 students to work through over the summer as a reminder/preparation for the AS level. I also have the whole thing as a Smart Notebook document, where answers can be revealed. Selected parts could also be used with good KS3 groups. 20 Grammar points are covered. Please see below. Contents • Personal Pronouns Page 3 • The Present Tense of Regular Verbs Page 5 • Irregular Verbs in the Present Tense Page 7 • Haben and Sein Page 9 • Separable Verbs Page 10 • The Perfect Tense with Haben Page 11 • The Perfect Tense with Sein Page 14 • The Perfect Tense with Haben and Sein Page 16 • The Future Tense Page 17 • Modal Verbs Page 19 • Word Order (Simple) Page 21 • Word Order (Complex) Page 22 • Word Order (Time, Manner, Place ) Page 23 • Prepositions with the Dative Case Page 24 • Prepositions with the Accusative Case Page 26 • Dual Case Prepositions Page 28 • Plurals Page 29 • Relative Clauses Page 31 • Questions Page 32 • Comparatives and Superlatives Page 33 • Solutions Page 35
Ferdinand the Film
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Ferdinand the Film

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Worksheets based on the film “Ferdinand” about a bull who doesn’t want to be a fighter. I used this with my lower set Spanish group who are not continuing after the end of year 9. The film and resources are in English, but have cultural references to Spain and there are also quite a few Spanish words to spot. Linked to this , we also did a lesson debating bull fights. This resource includes: Main Character summaries, comprehension questions and answers on the film trailer, comprehension questions and answers on the whole film. There are 45 questions on the whole film comprehension question sheet. Unfortunately, I have had to hide a lot of them, as TES are showing far too much in the preview! When you purchase the resource, just delete the black boxes covering some of the sheets.
GCSE German Umwelt (Environment)
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GCSE German Umwelt (Environment)

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A full lesson (can also stretch to 2) I did as an observation with Y11 on the topic of "Umwelt". It concentrates on the skill of writing for the outgoing controlled assessments, but it will still be very useful in the new spec as it is also about general writing skill and translation. This lesson comes with a PP, handouts, a help sheet for foundation candidates and ABCD posters for the plenary, where students had to turn to the correct letter stuck around the room. This lesson has been awarded "outstanding" twice. It is based on the Heinemann Higher book for GCSE but includes a help sheet for weaker pupils. I can also send you the lesson plan on request.
German Cover Work (Sport and Hobbies)
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German Cover Work (Sport and Hobbies)

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A double sided worksheet that will last an entire lesson. Ideal for cover work. Students can work independently on a variety of tasks of increasing difficulty. Answers and other useful vocab provided for non-specialist cover teachers. Ideas for open ended tasks provided at the end as an extension or for early finishers. Language included = sports and hobbies vocab, regular and irregular verbs in the I, you, he/she/it and we forms, Some time phrases and the odd bit of extra vocab (which is provided in a list at the end)
GCSE German Social Issues
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GCSE German Social Issues

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This is a reading activity aimed at Year 10/11 on the topic of “Social Issues”. It focuses on the FSJ (Freiwilliges Soziales Jahr) so is ideal for the part of the course on “voluntary work”. The reading text itself is quite challenging (as it is adapted form an authentic resource), but I have also included a vocab list and underlined the words in the text which are included on it. There is also a set of comprehension questions to work through.
German Cover Work: Meine Stadt (My town)
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German Cover Work: Meine Stadt (My town)

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A double sided worksheet that will last an entire lesson. Ideal for cover work. Students can work independently on a variety of tasks of increasing difficulty. Answers and other useful vocab provided for non-specialist cover teachers. Ideas for open ended tasks provided at the end as an extension or for early finishers. Main language included =Places in town and thei plurals, einen/eine/ein and keinen/keine/kein. Activities include gapfills, taranslation into and out of German and open ended writing. Could be laminated and used again in the future.
GCSE German  General Conversation Booklet with Sample Answers Foundation
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GCSE German General Conversation Booklet with Sample Answers Foundation

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Two versions of a GCSE German speaking preparation booklet, one with sample answers and one without for students to prepare themselves. Both booklets are foundation level. The student booklet has lines under each question to guide them as to how much they should prepare. Originally based on AQA, but will still be useful for other exam boards. A similar booklet for higher is also available.
Christmas in Germany ICT Research Task
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Christmas in Germany ICT Research Task

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A research task for completing in a computer room/with laptops/iPads. 26 questions to answer based on a website written for kids about Christmas in Germany. There are also links to 3 videos to watch and complete activities on. Suitable for KS3.
Peppa Pig (Peppa Wutz) German Christmas Winter Snow  Activity
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Peppa Pig (Peppa Wutz) German Christmas Winter Snow Activity

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UPDATED DEC 2018 TO INCLUDE A NEW YOUTUBE LINK. THE OLD VIDEO HAD DISAPPEARED! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPnxvZ9OUZo A lesson based on the German Peppa Pig episode “Schnee”. Would be good as a Christmas activity, that’s not just “watching a video” and has lots of educational content. Covers lots of winter vocab (to do with snow), body parts (on the snowman), clothes (hat, gloves etc.) and lots of basic verbs (bauen, machen, lachen, weinen, finden, sagen, fragen) mostly in the present tense (one bit in the perfect) and adjectives (kalt, warm, zufrieden). Includes a starter with extension, a gap fill and a vocab translation exercise. Oh, and another file with answers. Edit: I’ve added a work sheet with gaps to be filled. This can also be cut up and used as an ordering exercise. Another edit: I’ve added an easier version. I used the harder one with Y10 and top set Y9 and the easier version with Y9 middle sets.
Personal Pronouns German
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Personal Pronouns German

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This is one of the units from my GCSE German/Preparation for AS Level German Grammar booklet. This one is on personal pronouns. It consists of a very clear explanation with diagrams and exercises to complete afterwards to consolidate learning. I also have this available as a Smart Notebook document where the answers can be revealed to the whole class as you go along. I have left it very plain on purpose. Feel free to add your own decoration if you want!
GCSE German Umwelt (Environment)
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GCSE German Umwelt (Environment)

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At least 3 lessons worth on the environment topic. Focuses on the top 10 biggest environmental problems in the world. Includes a video with transcript, gap fill and retranslation activity. Also included is a vocab sheet for one of the starters. This is quite challenging, so more appropriate for higher candidates, but foundation can also access it with the support provided.
German Pronunciation Lesson
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German Pronunciation Lesson

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This is a resource that I originally made to help my Year 11 with their pronunciation for one of their upcoming speaking assessments. It features many of the main commonly mispronounced sounds, with various example words. It the builds up to a slide with a mixture of words and sounds, culminating in some really long words, just for fun! As a bonus, I have left in the last activity which was to help my class memorise a paragraph, something which, obviously, we are moving away from again, but still might be useful (it seemed a shame to delete it anyway!)
GCSE German General Conversation Speaking Booklet with Sample Answers Higher
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GCSE German General Conversation Speaking Booklet with Sample Answers Higher

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Two versions of a GCSE German speaking preparation booklet, one with sample answers and one without for students to prepare themselves. Both booklets are higher level. The student booklet has lines under each question to guide them as to how much they should prepare. Originally based on AQA, but will still be useful for other exam boards. A similar booklet for foundation is also available.
German Cover Work The Perfect Tense
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German Cover Work The Perfect Tense

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Two double sided worksheets that will lastseveral lessons. Ideal for cover work. Students can work independently on a variety of tasks of increasing difficulty. Answers and other useful vocab provided for non-specialist cover teachers. Ideas for open ended tasks provided at the end as an extension or for early finishers. Concentrates on the perfect tense with haben and sein. Also includes two PowerPoints with instructions, activities and answers which can be projected for more interactive cover lessons.
German Cover Work Mein Haus (My house)
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German Cover Work Mein Haus (My house)

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A double sided worksheet that will last an entire lesson. Ideal for cover work. Students can work independently on a variety of tasks of increasing difficulty. Answers and other useful vocab provided for non-specialist cover teachers. Ideas for open ended tasks provided at the end as an extension or for early finishers. Main language included =Rooms in the house, einen/eine/ein and keinen/keine/kein. Activities include gapfills, taranslation into and out of German and open ended writing. Could be laminated and used again in the future.
Nikolaus
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Nikolaus

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Worksheets to accompany the “Sendung mit der Maus” episode about Nikolaus. Resource includes the transcript of the programme, the transcript with gaps, a vocab matchup and vocab answers. Link to the programme is at the bottom of the transcript.
Why learn a language/celebration assembly/open evening/prize giving PowerPoint/German/French
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Why learn a language/celebration assembly/open evening/prize giving PowerPoint/German/French

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This is a PowerPoint I used in our MFL celebration assembly. It has recent quotes from the Independent and the Guardian about the importance of languages, a slide explaining how learning a languages benefits pupils, a Wordle type graphic showing the main skills that come out when you enter articles/surveys about language learning, a slide which shows specifically why students have been chosen as winners and some slides to add the names of winners. This could also be used on open evenings and around options time and also for general display in MFL faculties.
German Cover Work - die Schule (school)
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German Cover Work - die Schule (school)

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A double sided worksheet that will last an entire lesson. Ideal for cover work. Students can work independently on a variety of tasks of increasing difficulty. Answers and other useful vocab provided for non-specialist cover teachers. Ideas for open ended tasks provided at the end as an extension or for early finishers. Language included = school subjects and opinions of them, the verbs lernen and finden in the ich, du, er/sie/es and wir forms. There is also the opportunity to use the days of the week and other ways of giving opinions such as ich liebe/ich hasse by using the useful words section on the answer page.
Beginners German Lesson 2 Alphabet and Dictionary Skills
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Beginners German Lesson 2 Alphabet and Dictionary Skills

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This is the second in a series of lessons which I wrote for a skills (rather than topics) based scheme of work. It covers the alphabet but the main focus is dictionary skills in order to set up the class with the skills to work out things for themselves. These lessons can be used alongside Echo/Echo Express 1. (They would probably also go with any beginners course). The lessons were originally written for set 1/2 year 8 beginners but could be adapted for year 7 mixed ability learners.