As 'Zeit für Deutsch L' reached 100 slides, this session starts again, albeit with a couple of changes.
Slides 6 - 37 include the 'Clothes' and 'Animals' Zeit für Deutsch sessions, but I have changed the 10 clothes and 10 animals from the original sessions to new ones, so that the children can revise these too. Slides 2-4 look at 'M' cognates and there is a separate 'School' section, starting at slide 38.
Slides 2 - 4 - Cognates
Say 'ist es Zeit für der Mann?' The children shout back 'nein'
Say 'ist es Zeit für der Moment*?' The children shout back 'nein'
Say 'ist es Zeit für die Maus' The children shout back 'nein'
*Ask the children how to say 'one moment please' in German
Slide 5 - Zeit für Deutsch Song
Say 'ist es Zeit für Deutsch?' The children shout back 'Ja'
The children then sing the Zeit für Deutsch song
Note - I have made up the following:
To the tune of 'Gangnam Syle the children sing 'Hey, Zeit für Deutsch, hey, hey, hey, hey, hey, es ist Zeit für Deutsch'
Please feel free to make up your own song. I find the 'Gangnam Style' song works really well as the children can also do the Gangnam Style actions.
Slide 6 - Mein Hut, der hat drei Ecken Song
Get the children to sing the song on the slide with the actions they did in their clothes lesson. After singing it through once say 'noch mal' (again) and the children sing it through once more.
Slides 7 - 16 - Clothes Revision/Is that...?/What is that?
Use 'sag mir nach' (repeat after me) and go through the slides to familiarise the children with the vocabulary needed in the clothes activities. For some clothes, ask 'ist das ....?' For others, ask 'was ist das?' Encourage the children to answer in full sentences.
Slides 17 - 23 - Was fehlt?
Revise 'was fehlt' and '... fehlt' on slide 17. Let the children study slide 17 for around 20 seconds and then remove an item (by going to a slide from 18-23). Ask 'was fehlt?' and then choose a child randomly using a lollipop stick. The child responds with '... fehlt'. Repeat for other clothes.
Slide 24 - Ich packe in meinen Koffer (2 activities to choose from)
Slide 25 - Welches Tier bin ich Song
Get the children to sing the song on the slide to the 'who let the dogs out' tune. The children could do actions with their hands for barking.
Slides 26 - 35
Sag mir nach the animals on the slides. These are from 'Animals 2'. After a few sessions, you may be able to miss out 'sag mir nach' as the children will have learnt the names of the animals.
Remind the children of how to ask 'are the the...' and yes/no, I am (not) the ...
Sag mir nach the vocabulary needed to describe the animals. Now you have a choice of activities:
Animal Mime - Very easy but fun!
Using the language memory cards (or ones you have made yourself), one child comes to the front and chooses a card from the teacher, without showing anyone their card. That child now has to make noises/do actions just like that animal. Randomly select a child to ask the 'actor' 'bist du der/die/das ...?' If the asker is correct, they go to the front and choose a new card. If not, use the lollipop sticks to select a new child.
Welches Tier bin ich 1?
Choose a card from the language memory cards and give the children 3 clues as to what animal you are, using the German vocabulary on the slide. For example, if you choose the frog you could say: ich bin grün, ich bin klein und ich habe vier Beine. One child would then ask 'bist du der Frosch' und to that you would say 'ja, ich bin der Frosch'. The child who guessed correctly would then come to the front and choose a card. Repeat this several times with the whole class.
Welches Tier bin ich 2? (My favourite)
Choose a child to come to the front and face away from the IWB so they s/he can't see it but everyone else can (you may need to cover the computer screen too). Now bring up an animal on the IWB. Children in the class now have to give a clue to the child at the front, pretending they are the animal. For example, if the hippo is on the screen, one child could say 'ich bin groß'. The child at the front would guess with 'bist du der/die/das ...?' The clue giver would then say either ja, ich bin der/die/das ...' or 'nein, ich bin nicht der/die/das ...'. If the child has guessed correctly and the clue giver has said the appropriate sentence, the child at the front gets a reward and the clue giver goes to the front. If the clue giver is unable to say 'ja, ich bin der/die/das ...' then choose someone to come up from the lollipop sticks. This encourages interaction in German.
Slide 38 - Song - Was ist dein Lieblingsfach?
I have left a link to a YouTube video of the song at the bottom of this page. It is quite funny and I have changed some of the words.
Normally I teach the children a song during the lessons but you will have to teach this one in the Zeit für Deutsch session
Slides 39 - 40 - die Schule
Go through the vocabulary on the slides as neccassary. Let the children spend a minute or two asking each other the 3 questions on slide 40 (marked by stars). After the time is up randomly select and reward children who are able to answer the 3 questions in German
Slides 41 - 44 Memory Race
These are the same slides as used in the 'Reihenfolge merken' activity from School 1. This time you will use them to play 'Memory Race'.
Show the children one of the slides for 30 seconds and tell them to remember 4 (or more) of the words. No talking/writing is allowed during this time. Then randomly select 3 children to come to the board and allocate each child a part of the board. When you say 'los' the children race to see who can write 4 of the words on the board the quickest. When all three have finished, reveal the slide for the whole class to check. The winner gets a reward. If the winner makes just one spelling mistake however, check the second placed child and if their words and spellings are accurate, then they win.
Slides 45 - 46 - My Timetable
Go through the vocabulary on the slides as necessary and then model some sentences using slide 46. Then let the children spend a minute or two telling each other about their timetables. Remind the children that the German spoken is more important than whether they remember what subjects are on what day. Reward any children you hear using bonus words (from slide 45) during this practise time. After this time randomly select and reward a few children who can say at least 2 good German sentences about their timetables
The King or Queen of Knowledge Song and Plenary / Translation is now on Slide 48 as it comes at the end of 'Zeit für Deutsch'