Stupidly easy lesson - lots of images for you to use (saves search times!!!). Print out sufficient, give kids gluesticks, colouring pencils and coloured card to cut out and stick onto. Jazz up the greetings inside if you wish - and there you are - easiest last lesson of the year ever - and avoids the HELL of watching half a DVD!!!
Supports Echo 3 Rot double page spread, with thanks to other TES users, a few of whose slides I've adapted. Very interactive, lots of speaking, visuals, reinforces comparative in context of personal characteristics and school, ability to give in depth opinion on school subjects. Bit of a mish mash, but hope it&'s useful!
This is specifically for Health / Drugs / Alcohol German. First presentation reminds / coaches on speaking and handling questions, lots of listening involved. Second presentation fires questions at the students and they have to respond appropriately.
Excellent little activity for students to choose best fit / synonym / missing word from a choice. BRILLIANT and engaging, adapt it for any topic, any level of ability, really fun and students learn a lot from this!! If you choose the right options, you create six packs of cards, if you go wrong you can't close the loop and finish the activity. Super for vocabulary building.\nSorry - just noticed I have some errors in my spreadsheet - please correct &'BauarbeiterIN&'; and 'Sauer&' - should be lower case &';sauer'.
Introducing several issues in German which could cause teenage stress. Students have to rate according to 'ist mir (gar nicht) wichtig... and then revises conditional tense. Pupils to brainstorm solutions to suggested problems. Lots of opportunities to speak and write. As usual, feedback welcome... (sorry, re-loaded after spotting typos!)
GCSE-style Higher level reading comprehension with two short(ish)passages that I have adapted from exam boards - followed by 5 statements that students should mark as being in the past/present/future tense.\nI've adapted to make more complex and include funkier adverbs of time, challenging and Edexcel-exam-style friendly.
Either use as vocab boost (tailored to your group's requirements) use use as excellent group activity to promote discussion and deep understanding of how gender/case affects def/indefinite/pronouns. Students must make six groups of six cards - it's self marking so perfect consolidation activity after teaching. Biscuits for the winning team are recommended!
Lots of group talk / higher level discussion in this lesson exploring christian viewpoint on suffering - who is responsible? Tracing back to Adam and Eve who 'let in' evil via free will etc... Fun video, lots of AfL and group discussion. WITH THANKS to another TES uploader - I nicked a slide off one of your presentations!
Series of lessons to teach where you live plus dative endings definite/indefinite. (Have already taught types of house/location). Moves on to rooms in house, what you might do there - very interactive, nice grammar focus on 1st/2nd person verbs too. Enjoy!!! Please feed back. It's nice to have occasionally, you know?...
Can be amended for ANY topic (or MFL, actually!) Lots of opportunities to give opinions and extend/justify. Build in 'weil' for higher ability if you want. Focus on speaking skills.
Update... got observed with this and had an Outstanding - lots of feedback on the peer assessment and group interactions - you can really show off questioning and Blooms with this lesson... HTH
For good ability students, how to start with subordinate connectives (either weil/wenn) to force VCV construction, including free time activities in perfect and present tense.
Scaffolding to encourage vocab recall, building from present to past tense, at which point I also include weil.
For a top set 7th Grade, already know perfect and weil clauses. Have included weather es ist/es war handout for your ease....
THANKS TO OTHER TES MEMBER, WHOSE RESOURCE I LIFTED IMAGES FROM!
Feedback most gratefully received!
Fabulous reading / speaking fun!! Adapted from an excellent english resource (from a colleague, I don't know the original, I'm sorry...). This can be adapted for any MFL and ability. Create a text document / print a webpage etc of suitable reading, about three/four paras is good. Pupils have up to 20 mins free access to dictionaries / online dictionaries. Help with idioms or complex language as needed. Then once ready, teams of equal ability (max. 4). One student starts to read and can be 'tackled' after 10 words for the definition / spelling etc. All instructions are in German and English but is completely adaptable. Pupils must shout 'tackle' or 'goal' in TL. Extremely good fun, have a whistle ready as referee!!
Interactive 'keep them on their toes&' lesson with lots of listening and practise to retain information for more than 10 seconds! Listening, thinking skills, lots of switching between future and perfect tense with game at end. \nPlease feed back!
Reinforces time lesson done already with nice interactive games (thanks to a game I've lifted from another contributor on TES!), then goes on to teach basic subjects and teach how to describe your day using verb inversion, thus 'Am Montag HABE ich.....' Suitable for 6th Grade.
thanks to TWO other contributors, whose resources I've combined. LOTS of listen/repeat/chanting and print out the table of French/English to save the student writing it out! Lovely chance to introduce Saint-Saens carnival of the animals. Leave slide 25 on freeze with all names of animals from the music, freeze the OHP and then click on the YouTube links - students can vote/guess with mini-white-boards which animal is being represented.
Second part of ppt much more usual - Bon appetit!
Good for higher ability. Lots of thinking and group work to encourage independent learning and make students work out rules for themselves. I've mixed up reg/irreg verbs because my group is good enough to cope with it, also included a seperable verb. Thanks for a couple of graphics to other TES contributors. You will need to give/remind of the full haben forms. Feedback would be appreciated.
Higher ability but could be differentiated. Students must scan and retain information with time constraints, then deliver back orally and give advice in the conditional based on what they have read.
All feedback much appreciated, please...
Lots of scaffolding to encourage personal responses of opinions and advice on healthy eating at breakfast. Lots of focus on subordinate clauses to hit A* material for controlled assessment. Can be used for spoken and written. (Sorry - just edited to say I've missed out an umlaut on gesunder - please add it in!)
Pupils design their own Stadtplan and use acc/dat knowledge to describe where things are. Resourced with a ready-to-use town plan, map of Berlin to give cultural background to street names and lots of opportunities for PLTS and speaking. \nPlease give feedback.
Focus on listening skills at GCSE, based around BBC Berlin clip. Higher ability gapfill listening and dictionary work, then listening to an embedded file, people saying what they did and their opinions.\nAll feedback welcome.