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I am a teacher of French and German from the ages of 9 to 18. I am only uploading resources that I have made and found useful over my 22 years of teaching. I am neither a native speaker nor a great typist so if you seen any typos or wrongly worded material, please let me know.

I am a teacher of French and German from the ages of 9 to 18. I am only uploading resources that I have made and found useful over my 22 years of teaching. I am neither a native speaker nor a great typist so if you seen any typos or wrongly worded material, please let me know.
German Grammar Bookmark
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German Grammar Bookmark

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Print this off on card and fold in half to make a book mark which has lots of the grammar needed at Sixth Form Level. A useful Gedächtnisstütze for all!
Conti style Delayed Dictation Template for powerpoint
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Conti style Delayed Dictation Template for powerpoint

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Insert your own sentences into this template. The sentence will be displayed for 20 seconds, enough time for you to say it a few times and for students to study it, When it disappears automatically, the students have the time it takes the frog to cross the room to write the sentence from memory on whiteboards or in books. More fun than it sounds.
GCSE German Role-Play Practice
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GCSE German Role-Play Practice

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I’ve taken the specimen tasks for inspiration and turned them into a Powerpoint presentation. Click on the individual task to reveal a model answer. I’ve included some pointers about the role play as well
Student Guide to the AQA German GCSE and Speaking Test
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Student Guide to the AQA German GCSE and Speaking Test

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A guide to the assessment requirements for the new GCSE A guide to the new Speaking Test A list of suggested questions for each theme and a chart for them to check progress. I photocopied as a booklet with lined paper at the back for pupils to keep their answers up together.
European Day of Languages / Open Evening Activity : Sort the Socks
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European Day of Languages / Open Evening Activity : Sort the Socks

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I’ve used this many times at open evenings. Lay out the socks on the table. Have a Yr 7 volunteer cut them out first. Have a volunteer to time guests matching up the socks. Starts a conversation about how similar German and English are. Can also be used in class as a sort of quiz quiz trade/find your partner race.
French comparisons
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French comparisons

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Mildly amusing Blankety Blank Style game. Pupils hold up answers on whiteboard from a given selection. Buyers can easily substitute in known names and places. Click on the actual circle to reveal hidden word.
Christmas Lesson French Conti Ideas
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Christmas Lesson French Conti Ideas

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A couple of sentence builders, a game of mind reader, and a battleships game. Practise adjectives and different phrases to say which presents you would like hand have received.
Des phrases pour décrire une photo
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Des phrases pour décrire une photo

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A powerpoint that you can print off and display. It highlights some essential phrases needed to describe any photograph. Useful for the new AQA GCSE, and probably for other boards too.
A quiet lesson on the environment
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A quiet lesson on the environment

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If you need a nice quiet lesson then let your Yr 11s work their merry way through this double sided bank of environmental phrases. Side one : cut up the chain over letters to provide a translation of the given English Side two : rearrange the order of the French words to give a translation of the English Takes a good class around 30mins
GCSE Role Play Practice (Foundation Level)
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GCSE Role Play Practice (Foundation Level)

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The 10 specimen role plays from the AQA 2016 specification are presented here as a PowerPoint. Simply click on each speech bubble prompt to reveal a bare minimum response. I've included some notes on the mark scheme as well as a few pointers
Supersized Trapdoor
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Supersized Trapdoor

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Model lots of complex perfect tense language in this trapdoor activity. Lesson sequence 1 )Read aloud French; pupils note down numbers of phrase heard 2) Read aloud English; pupils note down number of French translation 3) Allow pupils to play the trapdoor guessing game in pairs 5) Display numbers for pupils to write up sentences. 6) Pupils swap sentences and translate each others.
First lesson back with GCSE
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First lesson back with GCSE

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I like to start of by drilling these 8 expressions based on the verb ‘dire’. They help develop pupils fluency and authenticity as well as addressing many of the examination board requirements.
German Tense Card Game
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German Tense Card Game

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A happy families style card game. Adverbs, auxiliaries, participles and infinitives are colour coded to help. All cards are placed face down and pupils take in turns to flip four cards to make correct sentences.
French Verb Summary
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French Verb Summary

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A simple worksheet for pupils to stick in their exercise books. It lists the regular patterns for 'er', 'ir' and 're' verbs.
How to describe a photo
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How to describe a photo

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Some speech bubbles with generic phrases that might be used to talk describe any photo . Suitable for display. Helps prepare students for the photo task in the new GCSE German speaking test.