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Mat 1 Impulssetzung


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What I can say about me ...

A) Warm-up
ice-breaker: Screamer
Die SuS nehmen sich in dieser (non-verbalen) Aktivität wahr und bilden Paare, die nachher als Tandem für diese Stunde funktionieren.

B) Setting the task
knapper Input durch Lehrer
Die SuS erhalten Einblick in die Unterrichtseinheit und die angestrebten Zielsetzungen, die mit den für sie anstehenden Aufgaben verknüpft werden.

C) Different ways of presenting mysel f
Die SuS präsentieren sich spontan und sprachlich limitiert dem Partner. (siehe auch Summit G8, S. 89)

4-corners activity

Presentation with help of  

  • pictures
  • objects
  • sayings / proverbs / phrases
  • role model

Put down one sentence / element you believe the other is going to use in his / her presentation.

Choose one of the possibilities on offer to give a 3-sentence-presentations of           yourself to your partner.

Questions for general evaluation

Which elements were frequently used in the presentations?
(name, hometown, (dis)likes)

What else would we like to know about the people?

D) Saying more by expressing oneself
Die SuS legen die in dem Gedicht verwandten Eigenschaften frei und erhalten sprachlichen Input.

Read the poem and tick off the correct sentences below. Compare with your

Fill in the lines of the poem for yourself.

E) Homework / Standing assignment
Collect typical sentences/gestures used in your family’s communication.       
Write a 200-word personal profile reflecting your experience of this lesson.

Ansätze der Individualisierung (diachron):

  1. _________________________________
  2. _________________________________


Möglichkeit der weiterführenden Diskussion:

Bewerten Sie verschiedene Formen der Korrektur (peer-correction; funktionales Lehrerecho; Visualisierung; ...) als differenzierende Maßnahme.


Which features / aspects do we look at when characterising somebody?

Think-Pair-Share (+ ranking)

Which of the following values and ideas do you consider important; which of them have been inspired in you by your family?


  • Freedom to choose
  • Concern for others
  • Inner harmony
  • Enforcing law
  • Close family relationships
  • Knowledge
  • Control in your life
  • Being respected
  • Close relationships
  • Self-respect
  • Owning things
  • Mature love
  • Spiritual well-being
  • Privacy
  • Control of self
  • Security and safety
  • Feeling of belonging
  • Self-improvement
  • Wealth
  • Fun
  • Taking risks
  • Being all you can be
  • Deciding your own future
  • Protecting life
  • Good health
  • Understanding yourself
  • Success and achievement
  • Excitement
  • Variety


When meeting new people how do you react?
What catches your attention first (physique, voice, accessories …) and why?
What do a person’s facial expression or gestures tell us?


Continue the following sentences:
What I find interesting about meeting new people is  …
A quality I appreciate in a friend is …
I envy people who  …

People Bingo / Milling around

Find someone who

  • has a strange hobby
  • has visited more than five countries
  • badly needs coffee in the morning
  • does not like sweets
  • prefers showers over baths
  • enjoys lazy holidays
  • has been on TV
  • favours the same pizza topping as you
  • can touch his/her nose with his/her tongue
  • is a neatfreak • does not care about television
  • usually wins at games
  • never curses
  • has given up on a bad habit recently
  • can list 3 Royals
  • wears socks to bed


Welche Lernertypen werden durch welche Impulssetzung im besonderen angesprochen?




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