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MFL - German

To be completed

Module 0

DO

Create a birthday card in German

SEE

Find a map of the world and label all the countries in German.

WATCH

Watch these videos on the verbs “haben” and “sein”. 

THINK

Research a German speaking country and create a presentation / video / poster about what you have learned.

READ

Learn numbers 0-100 Video​

Module 1a

DO

Create a family tree in German (real or fantasy).

SEE

Research what is the most popular pet in Germany and tell your teacher.

WATCH

Find out about a place by watching Simon Reeve's programmes. Also, play some meditation music and lie in the garden with your eyes closed. How many different sounds do you hear in your Place?

THINK

Create a fantasy animal and describe the following:

  • Colour
  • Personality
  • Hair
  • Eyes

READ

Research on where you could go to visit to a German Christmas market.

Module 1b

DO

Create your school timetable in German.

SEE

Create something to show you know the time in German, e.g. a poster, a game or even a cake!

WATCH

Watch Nina’s video blog on Kerboodle Zoom 1 page 48 exercise 1 and answer the questions.

THINK

Create your ideal classroom and label it in German.

READ

Research the German school system and note the differences between English school and German schools.

Module 2a

DO

Create a comic strip detailing what sport/hobby you do every day.

SEE

Research a famous German sports person and make a presentation about them to the class.

WATCH

Watch “Bibi and Tina” on Netflix and write a review in English.

THINK

Change the settings on your favourite computer game into German. On FIFA for example, you can put the commentary into German.

READ

Watch the Henning Wehn videos about the German language.

Module 2b

DO

Create your ideal house and label all the rooms and what you do in them.

SEE

Research a town in Germany and make a presentation for the class.

WATCH

Watch Peppa Pig in German on youtube.

THINK

Learn more about this topic on languages online.

READ

Watch a video about the weather in German and note the new phrases.
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