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This is a graphic organizer for German verbs and verb prefixes. Students explore how adding prefixes to verbs changes the meaning. They also chart conjugations in present and past tense for the root verb. The file is in PDF format and includes two organizer sheets, that can easily be printed doubl
This German Dictionary Pack will help students find words in a foreign language dictionary, and understand the dictionary entries. There are reference documents for the students to keep in their binders or folders, and matching worksheets for them to use. Reference documents show students how to us
"The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows." Sydney J. Harris (American journalist ~ 1917 - 1986)If you're ill, can you go to the school nurse in a German school ?Can you get a quick drink at the water fountain between classes ? Is there a guidance counselor to help you work ou
These are two super handy charts (I have one as a poster in my room and also hand out a card stock copy of both to students) I made these to help students remember and correctly use case after prepositions, as well as possessives and personal pronouns. I have used extensive color coding to help mak
Help your students with German adjective endings by using this flow chart with a section for notes. If you download, please leave a review!
Graphic organizer for clothing activity Students look at clothing (you provide) and complete graphic organizer Chance to use vocabulary, adjectives and cultural knowledge
Interactive notebook page with some basic fill in activities. Meant for use as a reference sheet for forming German past tense.
Learn and/or review the German Narrative/Simple past tense with this easy to print and assemble foldable. This resource gives samples that students can fill-in to practice the usage of the three cases. Easy to assemble. Great for use with Interactive Notebooks! This resource comes with three var
This is the chart that you always wish you had for your students. It is color-coded and neat, with all the information that your advanced German students need to correctly use adjective endings.
This clear, detailed and visually-appealing resource offers a complete reference point for students learning or revising the basics of German as an additional language. It contains comprehensive sections on:Greetings;Basic Questions/ Answers;The Alphabet;Months/ Days/ Seasons;Numbers;Colours;Family;
I use this graphic structure to help students understand how to use modal verbs in a sentence structure. I often have them work in groups asking questions and then write sentences for homework. There are many ways of using this graphic organizer.
Learn and/or review the German accusative, dative, and two-way (accusative/dative) prepositions with this easy to print and assemble foldable. This resource includes a blank foldable for students to write the English meanings of the prepositions after it is assembled. Great for use with Interactive
Graphic organizer for clothing activity Students look at clothing (you provide) and complete graphic organizer Chance to use vocabulary, adjectives and cultural knowledge
Hello Teachers, In order to better understand separable verbs in German, I give them charts to fill in and make the connections and see the differences. Hope this file helps your students comprehend verb conjugation better. Rebecca
This is the handout that goes along with the LgN ppt in my store. It is meant to be used by students listening to Deutsche Welle's Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten
This cultural comparison worksheet is meant to go with the YouTube video series "Germany vs. USA" It is intended to facilitate discussion based on the differences in our food cultures.
This worksheet is meant to partner with the Slow German podcast "Essen" by Annik Rubens. It discusses food trends, restaurant culture, and cooking shows.
I created various cultural resources for the ACTFL Central States Conference in 2014 after attending an Austrian seminar the previous summer. These are useful activities for beginners and resources and suggestions for creating your own Austrian Culture Unit. It took me a semester to put together, so
A visual summary of German articles, pronouns, der and ein words, prepositions, etc.
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A simple grammar sheet with the German modal verbs, the meanings and conjugation.
Flow Chart to help form the past participle of different types of weak verbs.
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This is an easy "cheat" sheet reference guide to grammar concepts taught in German I and II. Charts and tables for verbs, pronouns, cases, and conjunctions.
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This is a great way to organize basic time telling for students. It includes answer key. It pairs well with Chapter 2 of Deutsch Aktuell series.
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This is a color coded spreadsheet of German numbers from 0-100.The preview isn't accurate. It is an excel spreadsheet with sections.

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