Each file contains a reading activity for students to complete. The texts are differentiated. The first file is the lower level text, second the mid-level and the third the higher level. On the pages after the four profiles there are a series of questions for students to complete, culminating in a writing task. The higher text also draws on prior knowledge from the self and family unit.
Template for a snakes and ladders game. Add your own pictures to create a vocabulary speaking game.
Multi-linugal snakes and ladders board. Insert your own images or text to creat a speaking game.
Differentiated worksheet for hair and eye colour. Students fill in the gaps. One has the answers at the bottom of the page, for the other students must work out the missing word for themselves.
A worksheet using French, Swiss and Canadian sports stars where the students read the speech bubbles and use the information there in to find the correct sports person. Sports included are: tennis, football, rugby and hockey. The descriptions also links to the physical appearance descriptions of hair and eye colour.
Powerpoint describing the German Christmas traditions from Advent and Nikolaus to Food. Gapfill for O Tannenbaum included. Works well with the German Christmas Booklet: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-christmas-booklet-updated-11182472
Students read the speech bubbles and decide which description matches which German-speaking sports star. Includes tennis, hockey, ice hockey, football and F1 stars from Germany and Switzerland.
Two templates to help children build a family tree for the self and family topics. The templates are blank so that they can be used with any language
Listening activity based on a short report by ZDF heuteplus - Warum sind wir so #likegeil The listening activity is differentiated - one set of questions is completely multiple choice, the other the students have to fill in their own answers (except on question 5 where it is multiple choice). The headphones image on the first slide of the powerpoint hyperlinks to the video in the ZDF Mediathek. The video does show some of the answers in text so you might not want to have the video showing when the students do the activity. There is also a transcript of the video and a set of answers to the questions. You can download the video from the following link (right like "save link as" [chrome]/ "save target as" [IE] on one of the "Abspielen" links): http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek/beitrag/video/2607954/Warum-sind-wir-so-%23likegeil%3F?flash=off There is also a link on the answer sheet to the listening should the ZDF link not work.
Designed to fit with the look of AQA’s 2016 specification. There are 17 Role Play cards. Aimed primarily at the higher tier, but with varying degrees of difficulty. Pack contains: 17 x Candidate cards 17 x Teacher cards
Reading comprehension text about a weekend in Vienna, mainly in the perfect tense. The file contains the text to read and corresponding questions. Works well with the listening activity on places in Vienna.
Worksheet combining physical descriptions and clothing topics. Students colour in the images to match the descriptions at the side. This demonstrates their understanding of the descriptions.
Update to the previous version: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/german-weihnachten-in-deutschland-christmas-booklet-6323509 I have updated my previous resources to make it easier to fold and to print. Students create a little booklet on Christmas in Germany. The key dates of the Christmas seasons are labelled and students draw and colour in their own images for each date. The word document only works in Microsoft Word 2007 onwards, in earlier versions all formatting is lost. If you have Word 2003 or earlier please download the .pdf version instead