Family and Relationships GCSE German Listening Lesson Practice
My Family & Relationships German Listening Lesson for Practice and Revision
If you are a GCSE German student, an intermediate German level learner or German teacher looking for some authentic German listening practice on the topic of ‘meine Familie’, then you are in the right place. My authentic family & relationships German listening practice lesson comes with a native-speaker read audio clip, as well as activities for students.
What is included in this ‘Meine Familie’ Listening Practice Lesson?
This lower-intermediate to intermediate level German listening lesson includes a 340-word transcript, verbatim MP3 audio file. You will also find 5 student-focused activities included. These five tasks assess the students’ listening comprehension, vocabulary, pronunciation, speaking and writing skills. The lesson could take a 60-minute lesson, plus 30 minute homework session. Alternatively, it could also be completed in 90-minutes continuously.
This German listening practice lesson is ideally a standalone lesson with students working individually to complete the tasks. However, you could also use it to work in pairs too. The MP3 audio file (2:54 minutes) contains detailed and recyclable information about
1. Family members
2. Where we live
3. Relationships between family members
4. Activities undertaken as a family
5. Extended family members
DOWNLOAD THE ‘Meine Familie und Beziehungen’ MP3 LISTENING PRACTICE AUDIO FILE & THE TRANSCRIPT WITH 5 ACTIVITIES:
I am offering this lesson for free, but all donations are greatly appreciated.
This intermediate German lesson is predominantly for listening practice, but it can certainly also be used as work as a reading cover lesson.
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