Tuesday, 3 September 2013

"Die Slaapkamer" - Afrikaans language theme

 The following is an AFRIKAANS language theme we are going to do in class. "DIE SLAAPKAMER" means "The bedroom". I hope you find it useful/interesting. What languages do you teach/learn about in YOUR countries?
This is the lesson plan for the two week cycle the theme spans.

This is a discussion worksheet to establish prior knowledge

This is a searching game done in pairs. It can also be a good exercise to practice prepositions. "The ball is beneath the bed" etc
These are labels for the snap game. I have cut mine and stuck onto coloured card and laminated them, to the same size as the pictures. 5cm x 5cm squares.

This is a lovely match up/read game. The mini paragraphs match with the photo essay found here: http://www.motherjones.com/media/2012/11/kids-bedrooms-james-mollison


Here is a poem I found in a textbook
This is a comprehension I created based on Vincent van Gogh's painting.
This is the writing template for their mini essay called "My dream bedroom"
I made this crossword puzzle myself using this site: http://www.toolsforeducators.com/

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