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Edexcel GCSE German vocabulary: Theme 1.1 Who am I?
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Edexcel GCSE German vocabulary: Theme 1.1 Who am I?

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Edexcel GCSE German Revision Quickies: Vocabulary list and four accompanying worksheets for students preparing for Edexcel GCSE German. Theme 1: Identity and culture Subtheme: Who am I? (relationships; when I was younger; what my friends and family are like; what makes a good friend; interests; socialising with friends and family; role models) Using this pack: These worksheets are perfect for independent work as they recycle the same set of vocabulary used in Worksheet 1, and answers are included. They could be used to kickstart revision, giving students a starting point for vocabulary learning which relates directly to the exam. Students could use the vocabulary lists to first assess their own vocabulary knowledge (by testing themselves or a partner, and ticking known vocabulary off). Teachers may wish to use these worksheets throughout normal teaching after finishing delivery of each theme/subtheme, or synoptically to assess knowledge or provide a framework for revision.
Edexcel GCSE German vocabulary: Theme 1.2 Daily life
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Edexcel GCSE German vocabulary: Theme 1.2 Daily life

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Edexcel GCSE German Revision Quickies: Vocabulary list and four accompanying worksheets for students preparing for Edexcel GCSE German. Theme 1: Identity and culture Subtheme: Daily life (customs and everyday life; food and drink; shopping; social media and technology (use of, advantages and disadvantages)) Using this pack: These worksheets are perfect for independent work as they recycle the same set of vocabulary used in Worksheet 1, and answers are included. They could be used to kickstart revision, giving students a starting point for vocabulary learning which relates directly to the exam. Students could use the vocabulary lists to first assess their own vocabulary knowledge (by testing themselves or a partner, and ticking known vocabulary off). Teachers may wish to use these worksheets throughout normal teaching after finishing delivery of each theme/subtheme, or synoptically to assess knowledge or provide a framework for revision.
Lied zum Thema Umwelt / Song about the environment:
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Lied zum Thema Umwelt / Song about the environment:

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“Hundert Prozent” by Aixellent is a song aiming to raise awareness about fossil fuels and encouraging a move to 100% use of fossil fuels. MP3 available for download, as well as lyrics here: https://www.sfv.de/artikel/2007/hiphop_s.htm Great for A Level classes!
German Wedding Traditions - eine deutsche Hochzeit
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German Wedding Traditions - eine deutsche Hochzeit

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This lesson is based on a text published by the Goethe Institut on the subject of wedding traditions (https://www.goethe.de/de/spr/unt/kum/kal.html) and was designed for an interview lesson addressing the Edexcel A Level topic ‘die Rolle von Traditionen’ and introducing/revising the Conditional/Konjunktiv. Included are: a full, detailed lesson plan (both .pdf and .doc formats) - this includes a transcript for the listening exercise (to be read aloud by the teacher) a PowerPoint presentation two versions of the accompanying worksheet (one with extra support) (both in .pdf and .doc formats for printing/editing respectively). There is enough material here for 2-3 hours of teaching, or perhaps 90 minutes of teaching and a homework to complete the writing task.
GCSE German literary extracts booklet
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GCSE German literary extracts booklet

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This is a series of reading exam questions in the literary extract format, compiled from papers currently available (in 2020) across the exam boards for GCSE German. Download includes two booklets in pdf format: Teacher version: 32 pages of questions with the answers immediately after each question (for some of the simpler questions I haven’t included answers, but for ones where there is ambiguity, e.g. written answers in English, it is always included). Pupil version: 39-page booklet containing the same questions as above, with the answers compiled at the end. Teachers can choose not to include the answer section when printing if desired. NB the page numbers from both booklets should match - in the Pupil version there are gaps/blank pages where the answers appear in the Teacher version.