Step into German - For Teachers - Goethe-Institut In their free time, your students listen to music, watch movies, play sports. Why not make their personal interests part of your German classroom? Why not work with teaching materials that focus on German music, film and soccer? We provide you with a great variety of videos, podcasts and worksheets that you can use in class without much preparation time and that are bound to capture your students’ attention. And don’t be surprised if your students will find the materials so appealing they will Step into German even outside the classroom! Teaching materials “Music”
How to Hack Your Brain and Memorize Anything, According to Expert Mattias Ribbing The highest-grossing films of 2015 star James Bond, a man in an iron suit, a man stuck on Mars, a tyrannosaurus rex and the fictive emotions in our head — but almost no Latinos. Aside from supporting roles by Michelle Rodriguez in Furious 7, Oscar Isaac in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman's lead roles in The Boy Next Door, very few mainstream films featured Latino actors. Even worse, of the four performances mentioned above, only one actor, Rodriguez, actually portrayed an explicitly Latino character.
How to learn a new language: 7 tips from TED Translators Knowing more than one language is great for your brain. But what’s the best way to learn? TED’s Open Translation Project volunteers share 7 tips: Oxford University Press How do you interest today's multimedia, digital students in reading, especially in a language that is not their own? Our exciting new edition of Dominoes holds the answer... A full-colour, entertaining, interactive four-level readers series, it offers students an enjoyable reading experience while building their language skills through integrated language activities, projects, and contextualized grammar work.
Expanding Your Vocabulary Let’s take a look on how big a vocabulary you need to reach fluency in an Indo-European language like German. The first few landmarks are not that difficult to achieve. 100-150 wordsIf you are able to understand somewhere between the 100 and 150 most common words in German, you should be able to understand around 50% of the words in a German text. 250-300 wordsIn order to speak in sentences fairly smoothly you need to know, and actively be able to use, the 300 most frequent words in German. These words are absolutely necessary. 800-1500 wordsA person will during a typical day use somewhere between 800 and 1500 different words.
Electing US President, year 5-6 – WebEnglish.se Background These materials have been chosen to suit at least stronger students in year 5-6. Warm-up “I’ll Be the President” (3:06) A fun rap about the process of becoming a presidentWhat do kids want in a president? (1:20) Kids talk about what kind of person they think the next president should be like. Vocabulary Beginner 1-2 - WebEnglish.se.se Beginner English, Swedish classes 1-2, lesson periods in Sweden are normally 20-30 minutes once or twice a week. Some teachers just choose to take “English moments” now and then when time allows. WebEnglish.se recommends these periods/moments to consist of songs/rhymes, vocabulary and dialogues/stories either in themes or randomly. Reading English words is not expected at this level, although some of the materials include visible text. Click the category name and see the results listed below:
Free German topics - beginner and intermediate German topics for learners Our German topics are made up of 10 items (Beginner) or 20 items (Intermediate) of German (both the written text and a recording of a German person speaking the word / words) with a picture that illustrates that vocabulary. The Beginner topics are suitable for absolute beginner German learners, or pupils aged between 5 and 11. The intermediate topics are suitable for more advanced adult learners, or for secondary pupils aged between 11 and 16 Each item in a topic consists of the text (both the written German text and an audio recording of a German person speaking the word / words) with a picture that illustrates that item. The illustrations are very simply and nicely drawn so there will be no confusion as to what is being shown. The texts are available to see and hear on all product pages in this brown info sign below the main interface.
Conjunctions: and, or, but, so, because and although Daisy: Are you and Alfie going to the festival this weekend?Oliver: Hmm? We want to, but we don't have a car so we're not sure how to get there. It's in the middle of nowhere!Daisy: Amy's dad is taking us on Saturday morning, and he's offered to bring us home again on Sunday. Why not come with us?