Make a lesson that your students won’t forget quickly!
Make your own escape room - revision, end of term or just to keep them motivated
Make an escape room activity full of puzzles (digital or paper or mixed) that will keep them in suspense all
A lesson that your students will not forget quickly! See the trailer here: https://youtu.be/t-QHtr9c_3o
A spy themed escape room activity in which students need to solve German language related puzzles to get a code to jump from one website to the
Use the popluar Pixar film to introduce pets in German with enough material for about 3 lessons.
It includes picture description and translation tasks, modelled on the new GCSE exams.
Topics are pets, genders, description (body/character) and modal
Trailer here: https://youtu.be/MUvol_WX7y8
Let history come to life with an escape room lesson! Get students to puzzle their way through the history of the Berlin Wall, trying to stay in touch with their long lost friend Thomas on the other side of
A presentation of different genres of films in German that can be used as a quiz. There are six rounds including recognising genres from posters, reading film descriptions and listening to trailers. Can be used to introduce the topic of
A fun game that can be used to practice speaking about places in town and giving directions.
Works best if there are prizes for finding the treasures!
There are 5 maps with streets and town buildings (church, hospital ect) and three hidden treasures
Watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/pJjhbe2NFGI
Turn a whole chapter into a crime story! This is a Murder Myster series of German lesson for intermediate high school students. It was designed to run alongside Stimmt AQA GCSE Higher/Foundation
This quiz is based on a six minute medley of German songs and it is aimed at intermediate German learners.
It would be ideal as an introduction to the topic of music or as a fun game at the end of term. It includes 12 different genres of music from
The pictures in the presentation can be used to introduce and talk about celebrations in Germany and how important they to the people. (only names and pictures inlcuded, not the information about the celebrations).
The accompanying worksheet is
A lesson that your students will not forget quickly! A timetable themed escape room activity in which students need to do German language related puzzles to get a find all the codes to help Johann stay out of trouble at school. Watch the intro video
Two worksheets to introduce healthy food and phrases to talk about food in the future tense, using time phrases. They can be used to introduce food items in French as the students can work out the vocabulary from the gaps.
All you need to get students confidently using German numbers.
This pack focuses on getting the students to use their logic to work out how numbers in German are put together, including irregular ones.
This pack includes a 47-slide powerpoint
A comprehensive introduction to the cases in German aimed at 6th form students, including dual prepositions and flexible word order.
It includes presentation slides, gap fill, writing, match up and drawing task and a quiz.
Also includes a case
A fun plenary or starter game for the main beginners' topics in any language. On each slide there are 16 squares with five treasures hidden behind them. Students choose a square, translate the vocab and if they get it right, they click to find out
This is a revision and reference grammar booklet (9 pages). Small enough to be always at hand while giving students an overview over all the main topics: word order, cases, prepositions, pronouns and tenses. Aimed at higher intermediate and
A fun plenary or starter game for any subject or topic that doesn't need any preparation. On each slide there are 16 squares with five treasures hidden behind them. Students answer a question and if they get it right they choose a square and get a
Are you a newly qualified German teacher or moving to a new classroom? Here is a collection of all the German displays you need.
Word order Cartoons
Most difficult German word cloud
This pack focuses on the skills of translation, picture description and role play for the first year of German. It was designed for the book “Stimmt 1” but could be adapted for other beginners courses.
The topics covered are: introductions, family