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I am listing all the presentations I have produced to tutor an able GCSE student via Zoom in both French and German. This is ongoing with the student now in Y11. More resources will be added as they are created. Thank you for looking!

I am listing all the presentations I have produced to tutor an able GCSE student via Zoom in both French and German. This is ongoing with the student now in Y11. More resources will be added as they are created. Thank you for looking!
05. French: 'après avoir/être + past participle' and 'avant de + infinitive'
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05. French: 'après avoir/être + past participle' and 'avant de + infinitive'

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 5 slides and is no. 5 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of French to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. The presentation explains and practises the structures ‘après avoir/être + past participle’ and ‘avant de + infinitive’. There is also a GCSE-style translation, suitable for Higher tier.
21. French: relative pronouns qui, que, dont + lequel + À qui? De qui?
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21. French: relative pronouns qui, que, dont + lequel + À qui? De qui?

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 12 slides and is no. 21 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of French to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation introduces and practises in French the use of the relative pronouns ‘qui’, ‘que’ and ‘dont’ as well as ‘lequel etc.’ after a preposition. It also covers the question words ‘à qui?’ and ‘de qui?’. There are three slides for OXO as well as language drills and translation practice.
22. German: Verb + preposition (sich erinnern an + Acc usw)
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22. German: Verb + preposition (sich erinnern an + Acc usw)

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 9 slides and is no.22 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains the use of verbs with specific prepositions and cases attached to them (sich freuen auf + DAT usw). Along with grammatical explanations, there is a list of some important such verbs, translation practice, oral practice with Tic Tac Toe and a game of pairs.
04. Asking questions in French
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04. Asking questions in French

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 6 slides and is no. 04 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of French to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains and practises the different ways of asking questions in French, including intonation, inversion, use of ‘est-ce que’ and question words. There are clear grammatical explanations, drills and translation work.
08. German: The Imperfect Tense
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08. German: The Imperfect Tense

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 9 slides and is no.08 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation revises (or introduces) the imperfect tense with both weak and strong verbs. Along with grammatical explanations there is a gap-fill exercise, a slide for Kim’s game, one for re-writing a present-tense text in the imperfect and a tense mapping exercise for completion with the aid of verb tables.
24. German: body parts and illness
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24. German: body parts and illness

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 17 slides and is no.24 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation looks at body parts and how to say what is wrong. There are grammatical explanations, a list of body parts, pictures to describe illness, oral practice through Tic Tac Toe, translation exercises and more complex language such as ‘to break your leg, cut your finger’ etc.
14. German: A thorough coverage of Adjective Endings
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14. German: A thorough coverage of Adjective Endings

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 19 slides and is no.14 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation gives a thorough explanation of adjective endings. Starting with clothing and colours, it practices endings for the indefinite article in the Accusative case via Tic Tac Toe before moving on to cover the three tables of endings and also what happens after ‘etwas’ and ‘nichts’. The last slide is a challenging exercise where ANY appropriate adjective with correct ending should be inserted before each noun in the text.
13. French: the modal verbs 'devoir', 'pouvoir' and 'vouloir' in all tenses.
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13. French: the modal verbs 'devoir', 'pouvoir' and 'vouloir' in all tenses.

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Introduces and practises in French the modal verbs ‘devoir’, ‘pouvoir’, ‘vouloir’ through all the tenses. There are two slides for playing OXO and one for Kim’s game and sentence structure is built up to culminate in a GCSE-style translation. This is a Powerpoint presentation of 12 slides and is no. 13 in a series of 60-minute lessons used to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom.
07. French: Weather - Quel temps fait-il?
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07. French: Weather - Quel temps fait-il?

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 8 slides and is no. 07 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of French to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains and practises how to talk about the weather in French. There are clear explanations, oral work with slides for noughts and coverage of saying the weather in different tenses, plus a GCSE -style translation.
15. German: comparative and superlative adjectives (+adverbs)
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15. German: comparative and superlative adjectives (+adverbs)

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 10 slides and is no.15 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. After a quick revision of adjective ending, this presentation introduces and practises comparative and superlative adjectives via Tic Tac Toe and translation sentences, before looking at other structures (just as big as, smaller than …) and then comparative and superlative adverbs such as ‘gern-lieber-am liebsten’.
10. German: Future+Conditional Tenses and Conditional in 'wenn' clauses
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10. German: Future+Conditional Tenses and Conditional in 'wenn' clauses

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 10 slides and is no.10 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation revises (or introduces) the future and conditional tenses and, along with a detailed grammatical explanations, practises the structures via Tic Tac Toe (2 slides), tense-transfer exercises and translation sentences. It also explains the use of the conditional in ‘wenn’ clauses and includes ‘wäre’, ‘hätte’ and ‘gäbe’.
02. German: Word Order Explained
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02. German: Word Order Explained

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 11 slides and is no.2 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains and practises German word order. It is a revision lesson for GCSE and covers verb as 2nd idea, TMP and subordinating + co-ordinating conjunctions. There are many grammatical exercises and the last slide has a passage of German where students have correct the word order for the words in red.
01. German: Present tense of weak and strong verbs (NOT modal verbs)
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01. German: Present tense of weak and strong verbs (NOT modal verbs)

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 11 slides and is no. 1 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains and practises verbs in the present tense, including both weak and strong, ‘haben’ and ‘sein’, but not modals verbs. There are grammatical drills and a translation at the end, which adds the adverb ‘(nicht) gern’ to express (dis)likes.
16. German: The Imperative
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16. German: The Imperative

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 10 slides and is no.16 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation teaches how to use the imperative in the DU, IHR and SIE forms. There is a full grammatical explanation, oral practice via Tic Tac Toe, text manipulation exercises and also some phrases to translate.
17. German: Plural of nouns (incl. Dative plural)
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17. German: Plural of nouns (incl. Dative plural)

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 9 slides and is no.17 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation covers how to form the plural of nouns in German, including ‘-n’ for Dative plural. There are explanations, rules and exercises based on the rules. There is also a slide for pairs as well as an exercise putting the nouns into the plural.
13. German: Relative pronouns in ALL cases
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13. German: Relative pronouns in ALL cases

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 10 slides and is no.13 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains how to connect clauses through the use of relative pronouns. It begins with the Nominative case, which it practises via Tic Tac Toe and moves on to the other three cases, which it develops through translation activities, before showing the parallel with the interrogatives ‘wer’, ‘wen’, ‘wessen’, ‘wem’ and demonstrating when the relative pronouns is ‘was’. The final slide is a text about family, which includes many relative pronouns and which I’ve entitled ‘my relatives’.
23. French: Expressions with ‘avoir’ and ‘être’
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23. French: Expressions with ‘avoir’ and ‘être’

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 11 slides and is no. 23 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of French to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation brings together the phrases and structures with use ‘avoir’ and ‘être’ in French and practises them orally by playing OXO (noughts and crosses) as well as providing translation work.
23. German: Verb + preposition + clause; questions words - worauf, woran etc.
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23. German: Verb + preposition + clause; questions words - worauf, woran etc.

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 9 slides and is no.23 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains how to use da-compounds to add a clause after verbs with associated prepositions e.g. ich freue mich darauf, nach Deutschland zu fahren. It also explains how to form the question word ‘what?’ with such verbs i.e. Worauf freust du dich? etc. Along with grammatical explanations, there is a list of some important such verbs, translation sentences, oral practice with Tic Tac Toe and a guided paragraph translation.
18. German: separable and reflexive verbs
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18. German: separable and reflexive verbs

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 10 slides and is no.18 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation covers how separable and reflexive verbs are used and links both with verbs that are both separable and reflexive e.g. sich anziehen. It also includes more challenging verbs such as ‘sich die Haende waschen’ and ‘sich etwas ansehen’. There are full explanations and lists of many important such verbs, slides for playing Tic Tac Toe, gapfills and translations.
06. German: Prepositions + Accusative, + Dative, + either
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06. German: Prepositions + Accusative, + Dative, + either

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This is a Powerpoint presentation of 11 slides and is no.06 in a series of 60-minute lessons used by me to tutor a GCSE student via Zoom. The focus of each lesson is grammatical, rather than topic specific, and as such they can be slotted into topic work as required. In addition, each lesson attempts to extend the use of German to match the requirements of GCSE Higher Tier. This presentation explains and practises which prepositions are always followed by the Accusative case, which by the Dative case and which can be followed by either. Slide 4 contains a mnemonic for Accusative prepositions, while slide 7 contains a song for remembering Dative prepositions, following the tune ‘Little, Little, Little Star’! Along with grammatical explanations there are also gap-fills and translation exercises.