A PowerPoint presentation to introduce a selection of jobs in German, including both the masculine and feminine versions.
The presentation is designed to be used in conjunction with the gap-fill worksheet, which can be found here.
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A worksheet with a list of advantages and disadvantages of jobs in German, which students should categorise.
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A work sheet where students must match up a selection of job titles with the appropriate workplaces in German. Students should write a selection of sentences describing where each person works, for example:
Ein Mechaniker arbeitet in einer Werkstatt.
A word search including twenty-one words and phrases for jobs in German. There are two differentiated versions available.
To download the German only version please click on the image below.
To download a more difficult version, with the words provided in English and students need to find the German translation – please click here.
To download an answer sheet, with the solution highlighted in red, please click here.
A pelmanism/matching cards game with pictures and vocabulary for twenty-one common German job words.
Click on the image below to download the file in PDF format and see the notes below that for instructions of how to play the game. I suggest printing out onto card so that the pictures are not visible through paper.
Students work in small teams of 3 – 6. They shuffle the cards and lay them all face down on the table. Students take it in turns to select two cards, aiming to find a matching pair. If they find one, they keep the cards and take another turn. If not, they must return the cards to where they found them.
German jobs vocab exercise where students should fill in the missing masculine version, feminine version or the English equivalent.
This is a gap fill version of a vocabulary worksheet you can download from here.
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A vocabulary sheet with a simple German jobs list. Students are given the masculine and feminine versions of job titles in German.
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