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Perfekt! Perfekt! KS3
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Perfekt! Perfekt!

A very useful collection of well structured materials for the introduction to the Perfect Tense in German.

This resource is ideal for teachers wishing to introduce the Perfect Tense at an early stage in KS3. It can stand alone or be used to supplement the treatment of the Perfect Tense in the main course book. It is also a very useful source of revision material in KS4.

The main topics covered by the materials are: The introduction of the Perfect Tense with "haben" (weak and strong verbs); The Perfect Tense with "sein"; The Perfect Tense with some separable verbs; Word Order and the Perfect Tense.

Each point is introduced in a lively manner with plenty of photocopiable visuals and teaching suggestions.

There is a bank of exercises of different kinds and levels of difficulty and a useful verb list with examples for pupils' to refer to.
What do teachers have to say about this resource? (465)
"It is always good to find a resource for independant learning for gifted and talented pupils... I think that the price of the materials is good, considering the amount of exercises and the quality of the material. It can be used as a teaching resource as well as for independant learning." — J Garside, I/C German, Merchant Taylors' Girls' School, customer review

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