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Calling ALL Edexcel GCSE German Teachers - Electronic Vocabulary List to share

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by jordan.wells, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. Hi Everyone,
    I have looked all over for a set of flashcards with the English word on one side and the German on the other. I was hoping to find a pack that covered all the words on the Specification for Edexcel GCSE - I know it's a lot, but it is a finite number of words. Anyway - they don't exist.
    I am therefore offering this solution - I will copy all the vocabulary into Excel - Please reply to this post if you would like to split the vocabulary for translation purposes (as this will be the longest part of the process), then I will make them into printable flashcards and share the finished product with you.
    I am hoping to be finished on this project by February half-term.
    Thank you for your time.
    Jordan
     
  2. Hi Everyone,
    I have looked all over for a set of flashcards with the English word on one side and the German on the other. I was hoping to find a pack that covered all the words on the Specification for Edexcel GCSE - I know it's a lot, but it is a finite number of words. Anyway - they don't exist.
    I am therefore offering this solution - I will copy all the vocabulary into Excel - Please reply to this post if you would like to split the vocabulary for translation purposes (as this will be the longest part of the process), then I will make them into printable flashcards and share the finished product with you.
    I am hoping to be finished on this project by February half-term.
    Thank you for your time.
    Jordan
     
  3. mlapworth

    mlapworth Occasional commenter

  4. mlapworth

    mlapworth Occasional commenter

    It appears they are for Edexcel GCSE German.
     
  5. Thank you for this.
    I have just realised that Edexcel have a list of vocabulary with translations, unlike AQA, so it is just the formatting that needs changing. Unfortunately, a lot of formatting, but doable.
    I will be using the task magic resources too though.
     
  6. Hey Jordan
    I am not sure what has to be done, but any resources you can share would be gratefuly received.
    Margaret
     

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