The Spelling game asks the learner to click on the correctly spelt instance of the German
topic text from a selection of 5 possible answers.
With our Spelling game game for "Health problems" you will be learning the German vocabulary for the topic Health problems. The language you will learn is in the vocabulary list below, and consists of 10 Sentences for illnesses that people have.
|1||Ich habe eine Erkältung.||I have a cold.|
|2||Ich habe Husten.||I have a cough.|
|3||Ich habe Kopfschmerzen.||I have a headache.|
|4||Ich habe Zahnschmerzen.||I have toothache.|
|5||Ich habe Halsschmerzen.||I have a sore throat.|
|6||Ich habe Fieber.||I have a high temperature.|
|7||Ich habe eine Magenverstimmung.||I have an upset stomach.|
|8||Ich habe einen gebrochenen Arm.||I have a broken arm.|
|9||Ich habe ein gebrochenes Bein.||I have a broken leg.|
|10||Ich bin Asthmatiker.||I am asthmatic.|
Spelling is a key aspect of being able to write in German (as with any other language of course). Our Spelling Game is a simple activity to help beginners learning German to improve their spelling and word recognition skills with vital vocabulary they will need day to day in learning and using the language.
This Spelling Game does not rely on the learners typing in the vocabulary themselves. Rather, the learner must choose the vocabulary that is correctly spelt from a list of 5 very similar sentences or nouns (varying by only one letter). This is more difficult than it sounds and initially can take some time. Learners will gradually find the task easier as they continue practicing the activity.
Spelling Game encourages faster word recognition for common and vital words and short sentences. Spelling Game also improves the spelling skills of beginners learning German.
The Spelling game asks the learner to click on the correctly spelt instance of a text
from a selection of 5 possible answers.