German Speaking Activities Fun Ways to Get KS3 Pupils to Talk to Each Other in German by Sinead Leleu, Michaela Greck-Ismair
  

German Speaking Activities Fun Ways to Get KS3 Pupils to Talk to Each Other in German

Written by Sinead Leleu, Michaela Greck-Ismair
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German Speaking Activities Fun Ways to Get KS3 Pupils to Talk to Each Other in German by Sinead Leleu, Michaela Greck-Ismair

German Speaking Activities KS3 contains 60 time-saving photocopiable activities for promoting oral communication. These tried-and-tested activities provide a fun and enjoyable way of supplementing, consolidating and revising your language work, whatever scheme you are using. Activities range from role plays and surveys to quizzes, presentations and games. All encourage pupils to practise speaking autonomously, leading to more pupil-speaking time and less teacher-speaking time. The activities in this book are designed for 7-13 year olds. If you are a KS2 (Years 3-6; 7-11 year olds) teacher you may wish to order the KS2 version of this book (9781905780709). It contains the same activities.

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Format

Paperback
90 pages

Author

Sinead Leleu, Michaela Greck-Ismair
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Publisher

Brilliant Publications

Publication date

1st August 2011

ISBN

9781905780716


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