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Primary school German

Discussion in 'Primary' started by avalonfr, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Can anyone recommend either some easy, fun resources, books or websites for a term of German in Y4?
  2. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Can anyone recommend either some easy, fun resources, books or websites for a term of German in Y4?
  3. rosieandjim

    rosieandjim New commenter

    I do German with a 3/4 class. I found some great resources on Havering Languagaes site, but l think it may hve disappeared in the meantime. Otherwise l have really struggled to find anything much. There are a few resources on Primary Resources. I have been forced to adapt some of the French resources that l have found on MFL Sunderland. Would be really interested to know if you find anything useful.
  4. Oh, jealous! Demi-fluent German speaker here but it's Freeeeeeeeeeeeeench all the way at my school. The QCA schemes give a decent structure, although they're in an illogical order. Ask the chn what they want to be able to say? 'My' class on TP become huge fans of die Prinzen ha ha ha [​IMG]
  5. Hi Maxinefr, The majority of the resources on Primary Treasure Chest.com are editable, which allows you to add any font/language to the resources. Hope this helps, if you have any requests, just ask.
  6. funambule

    funambule New commenter

    Suggest you also post on the MFL forum.
  7. funambule

    funambule New commenter

    Also try this site for starters and post your request for more responses.
    There is a lot of support out there: Goethe Institute, UK German Connection, CILT Primary Languages site and many more........
  8. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    I like this one www.ukgermanconnection.org.
  9. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Linguascope is always a great site (subscription, but well worth it) - uses French, German, Italian and Spanish. Has worksheets, fun games, etc. Well worth looking at. linguascope.com
  10. avalonfr

    avalonfr New commenter

    Thank you, everyone, for your ideas and suggestions.
  11. Geekie

    Geekie Occasional commenter

    Sorry we don't have any Primary German on MFL Sunderland. We've never had a primary school in the LA do German. Plus I don't know any German so I can't write any myself.
  12. Hi,

    I've taught German in KS3, LKS2 and now in UKS2.

    I use a lot of the stuff from Sutton High (just google) they have a lot of games for Y7 and also for Primary. A lot of Y7 stuff is helpful as it's German from ab initio.
    Also, to be quite honest, I use the QCA for a basis and adapt from there. I'm lucky in that I did German for my degree so I have uite a lot of resources from living abroad and textbooks from my own studies, so i tend to pinch activities from there.

    http://gut.languageskills.co.uk/index.html is also a good site but only free outside of school hours.

    Feel free to drop me a message (on a school trip all week though so sorry if I reply late!)

    Viel Glueck!


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