Die Körperteile / The Parts of the Body

This lesson was contributed by:

Erica Kawka Armeni

Lesson Duration:

80 mins.

What should you expect from this lesson?

Aim of the lesson: In this lesson, you are going to learn how to name the different parts of the body in German.

Print this lesson

Press the button to print this lesson

Share on print
Print

How to carry out this lesson at home:

Step 1
Watch and listen to this song to familiarise yourself with the German vocabulary and expressions around the topic parts of the body. A song will help you memorise words better. If you listen to a song in German over and over again, you will end up learning it by heart. You will also improve your pronunciation. (Listening and Singing)

Step 2
Click on this video to understand and name various parts of the body along with their articles and plural forms in German. Try to remember the vocabulary by listening and repeating. The process takes time, commitment and patience. Don’t expect to learn and remember everything all at once. But keep at it, and you’ll manage to learn them gradually. You may take notes whilst listening. (Listening, Speaking and Reading)

Step 3

Now watch this other video to practice further the names of the parts of the body in German. You will draw a monster. (Listening and Drawing)

Step 4
Click on these links to play online games related to German vocabulary and expressions around the topic parts of the body. Learning through games is fun and will help you learn and retain words or phrases more easily. (Reading)

Link 1                   Link 2                    Link 3                     Link 4

Step 5
Work out the task provided (refer to Resources): Die Körperteile / The Parts of the Body. It is a mutiple choice exercise. Answer Key is on same document. (Reading )

All the resources you need to carry out this lesson at home:

There are 2 Resources for this lesson

  Die Koerperteile .jpg | download
  Die Koerperteile Doc2 .docx | download

Featured Video of the lesson:

Discuss or Ask Questions about this lesson:

Leave a Comment

Share this lesson

If you enjoyed this, or think this is a great lesson, please feel free to share it on your social media tools.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp