Freaky Fiction: GCSE German Advanced Pack (Futuristic Fantasy)

Freaky Fiction for GCSE German

This range of compelling, genre-specific narratives and accompanying exercises merges teen-friendly themes with essential GCSE skills.

If your students are more interested in the latest sensation in teen fiction than the complexities of the German language, if they prefer vampires to verbs, then look no further!

  • Carefully written, authentic and compelling stories broken into six manageable chapters
  • Differentiated exercises covering a wide range of skills: vocabulary, grammar, translation, comprehension, speaking and writing
  • Support sheets provide additional scaffolding while extension tasks stretch the most able
  • Includes full answers for easy self-, peer- and teacher assessment

And with authentic texts, translation practice, relevant topical links and historical and cultural references aplenty, you can be sure you are preparing students for the expectations of the new 2016 GCSE specifications. What better way to get pupils enthused about language?

Freaky Fiction: GCSE German Advanced Pack (Futuristic Fantasy):
Germany, year 2194. Since the financial crash of 2183, children from all around the country grow up surrounded by screens and glass walls of the futuristic boarding school ‘Zukunftsblick’. Books are strictly prohibited, as it any mention of ‘the past’. But the school’s routine is suddenly interrupted by the arrival of a Noah – a boy whose ominously black eyes cause perplexing behaviour in many of the teenage residents… But where has he really come from?

‘Interesting, compelling, exciting, thought-provoking and original short stories’ – F Di Piazza, Head of MFL & Independent Reviewer

Price is £54 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.
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