Three self-contained worksheets focusing on the most important vocabulary for the topics 1. Familie im Wandel, 2. die digitale Welt, 3. Jugendkultur: Musik, Mode und Fernsehen.
For all worksheets there is a selected vocabulary list, followed by four exercises to aid learning of this vocabulary. Both worksheets are included in editable .doc format, as well as an easily printable .pdf.
Potentially part of a whole set of worksheets for the AQA A Level German specification - feedback welcomed!
Resources for a lesson with a lower set on protecting the environment and phrases with 'zu&'.
Lots of room for fun (with phrases such as &';I refuse to take the bus!') and extension by coordinating sentences (&'...but I promise to protect the environment!&';).
Includes Diamond 9 activity (with support for discussing in German), guess my sentence activity, battleships, and Os and Xs. (Another successful interview lesson!)
When I taught this topic (Module 3 from Studio 1) I used a sentence builder at some point in each lesson to demonstrate the relevant language point. For revision I put them all together to remind the students of their learning. Great for a variety of games: Guess my sentence, translation into French, hands-down questioning (say an English sentence, turn the projector off after 3 seconds, and pupils give an answer from memory), the beep game ('beep' one element out - student guesses).
Series of lessons guiding pupils through Expo 3 Rouge Module 3, covering:
1. parts of the body and 'avoir mal a' construction
2. other symptoms using 'etre' and 'avoir'
3. reflexive verbs in the past tense
4. negative sandwiches
5. phrases that take infinitives
I made this for my top set, but it was also useful for middle sets!
This AQA-style speaking card for A Level/AS was inspired by this resource (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/aqa-a-level-german-2016-speaking-card-familie-im-wandel-11801641). I've used the original source text (link given in resource) to create a speaking card and questions which very closely mirror the specification. This card falls within the 'Familie im Wandel' sub-theme, and focuses on issues of adoption.
A really useful double-sided handout to help German beginners ask people out, refuse/accept, give reasons why/why not. Grammar: modal verbs, future tense, conditional, subordination. Uses the ever-popular sentence- builder style of presenting multiple options for sentences. Great fun.
2 full lessons at both higher (Rot) and foundation (Grün) level, based on Echo 3 Rot/Grün - about describing famous people, giving reasons why you like/don't like them (using 'weil'). The worksheet can be used to support in the second lesson.
1) A useful exercise for oral practice/revision to encourage high-quality answers - one question per tense and per topic, with challenging vocabulary, connectives etc.. For high-achievers!
2) A comprehensive revision resource - a grid of translation sentences on all topics and a range of complex grammar points. 'Answers & Hints' document gives an intermediary support sheet with vocabulary and hints, followed by a sheet of the answers.
Series of lessons to equip year 9s to begin their GCSE in French with a sound understanding of the tenses. 3 tenses lesson and knowledge audit is the beginning, then 5 lessons working on the booklets which can then be used when they go into Year 10! Final lesson is peer-assessment. Pupils use the grid to play 'les chaises musicales&' and comment on 5 other booklets.
A task to write a holiday complaint letter with step-by-step instructions to create a good answer.
Used as an opportunity for students to write their first controlled-asessment style piece of writing, with plenty of support and room for extending with adverbial phrases (on separate sheet). I hope you have as much fun reading/teaching it as I did making it up!
Based on Moook's recommendation of the DW audio report on Lance Armstrong's fall from grace: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/drugs-in-sport-lance-armstrong-6322491
Contains a vocab list, as well as gap-fill transcript, plus an additional article on Maria Sharapova.
Fun independent activity for KS4 German. In lessons we covered jobs, personality words, and modal verbs: then students created a flowchart quiz using questions about personality and future plans (I used lucidchart.com to create mine!). They loved bringing in their flowcharts and doing each other's!