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Grundwissen: Englisch (6. Jgst.)

Lehrwerk: Green Line New 2, Bayern: Schülerbuch und Workbook

Fertigkeiten + Kenntnisse Beispiele
Reading Comprehension
(Leseverstehen, global und im Detail)
Schülerbuch S. 15, Anlage 1
Schülerbuch S. 41-43, Exercise 1
Anlage 2
Listening Comprehension
entsprechende Übungen
aus dem Trainingsbuch
Schulaufgaben zu Green Line New 2
Textzusammenfassung D-E
Textzusammenfassung E-D
(Gespräch, Dialog)

Schülerbuch S. 111, Aufgabe 6
Schülerbuch S. 110, Aufgabe 5
Schülerbuch S. 114, Aufgabe 10
Schülerbuch S. 115, Aufgabe 11

Breif, Email-Tagebucheintrag
Textvorgaben, Bildergeschichte
Anlage 3
Schülerbuch S. 30, Aufgabe 7
Schülerbuch S. 92, Aufgabe 4
definitions, synonyms, opposites,
odd word out, word families
Workbook, Schülerbuch
(siehe entsprechende Paragraphen
und Übungen im Schülerbuch)
question tags
Adjektive und Adverbien mit Steigerung
Simple past, past progressive,
present perfect,
will future - goint to future
relative clauses
Hilfsverben und ihre Ersatzverben
some, any, every,
no und ihre Zusammensetzungen

Workbook S. 10, Aufgabe 3,
S. 26, Aufgabe 5
Workbook S. 70/71
Workbook S. 78, Anlage 4
Workbook S. 55, Aufgabe 1 und 2
Workbook S. 26, Aufgabe 3 und 4
Workbook S. 55, Aufgabe 3,
S. 59, Aufgabe 2

mündliche Ausdrucksfähigkeit:
eine Unterhaltung führen
und aufrechterhalten
Vorschläge machen und
Stellung nehmen
Beschwerden und
Umgang mit Beschwerden
eine einfache Diskussion führen

Schülerbuch S. 12, Aufgabe 8
Schülerbuch S. 62
Schülerbuch S. 74
Schülerbuch S. 80, Aufgabe 3
Wortschatz, Vokabeln Green Line New 1 und 2 Bayern
Vocabulary bzw. Dictionary
in den Schulbüchern

Anlage 1

Unit 1 Text
The Champion
Reading Comprehension

That isn’t the right story, is it? Correct the wrong sentences.

1. Carina and Becky went to the activity centre after school.
2. Wayne and Barry came into the activity centre.
3. The four children wanted to play table tennis together.
4. There is a list in the activity centre where you put in your name if you want to play.
5. Scott likes acting, so he’s a big show-off.
6. Wayne is the Under 16 table tennis school champion.
7. He can’t hold the racket right.
8. In table tennis you start the game by returning the ball.
9. When Carina and Wayne played, the other children were cheering for Wayne.
10. Wayne played and ended the game like a good sportsman.
11. The game between Carina and Wayne was an even ( ausgeglichen) game.
12. Carina plays so well because she is the town champion in Germany.

Anlage 2

Reading comprehension

Read the following text and answer the questions in complete sentences.

Ben Scott’s sister Susan is in the USA for a year. Here’s her letter home about Thanksgiving (Erntedankfest) in America.

Shorewood, Wisconsin
30th November

Dear Mum, Dad, Grandma and Ben,
Sorry! I didn’t write you a letter last week, but Thursday was Thanksgiving – a very special day here. It’s always on the fourth Thursday in November and it’s the most important holiday for families in America. They all come together and there are lots of special things to see… and to eat!

Do you know the story of Thanksgiving? I didn’t. Brian told us one story at breakfast. When some of the first English colonists ( Siedler ) came to America, to what is now Massachussetts, they had no food. Guess who helped them? The Indians. They grew ( grow – grew = anbauen ) lots of food and they showed the colonists what they had to do. That year the colonists had a fantastic harvest ( Ernte ). So they invited the Indians and they celebrated a “thanksgiving” with them. A great story, I thought. But then I watched something on TV about Indians and Thanksgiving, too. Indians say the English colonists took their land and destroyed ( zerstörten ) their way of life (Lebensart, Kultur).

So a lot of them don’t celebrate Thanksgiving. But most Americans still celebrate – and it’s good fun! In the morning we watched a great parade on TV – it was in New York. The floats ( Festwagen ) and the costumes were fantastic. In the afternoon the kids and I watched TV again. There’s always a big football match at Thanksgiving – American football, of course!
Brian and Carol prepared a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner. It really was a special day.

Lots of love,


1. When is Thanksgiving celebrated in the USA?

2. Who is it a special day for?

3. What is the story of the first Thanksgiving? Tick the correct answers.

  • The first white colonists brought lots of food from England.
  • Without the the Indians the colonists didn’t know how to live in their new country.
  • The colonists bought food from the Indians.
  • After the harvest the colonists had enough to eat.
  • The colonists and the Indians celebrated the first Thanksgiving together.

4. Why do many Indians not want to celebrate Thanksgiving today?

5. Which special shows can you watch on TV on Thanksgiving?

Anlage 3

Text production

Harry Potter and Ron Weasley are on holiday. Harry must spend four weeks with his terrible relatives.
Then he can visit Ron’s family.
They often write letters and Harry’s owl ( Eule ) Hedwig transports them.

Write two of these letters.

Ron’s letter.
Ron bemitleidet Harry und will wissen, was er so macht. Er fragt ihn auch, ob es schwierig ist, dass er
keine Zauberei benutzen darf. Er erzählt ihm, dass er gestern seiner Mutter in der Küche helfen musste,
und dass er danach einen neuen Zauberspruch ( a spell ) ausprobieren durfte. Wenn Harry kommt, wird
er ihm den Zauberspruch zeigen. Er wird ihn dann sehr gut ausführen ( to do ) können.

Now write Harry’s letter in which he first answers Ron. Then
- tell Ron about pne funny thing that happened to his terrible cousin,
- ask one question,
- write about something he is looking forward to at the Weasleys’.

Anlage 4


Complete the text with the right forms of the present perfect or simple past.
Lewis from Nottingham is travelling around the USA with his friend Jason. Here is an e-mail to Kim
from Denver.

Hi, Kim,
I ( just arrive ) __________________________________ in Denver. My plane only ( to land ) _________________________ a few hours ago, but as you can see, I ( already find ) _______________
____________ an Internet café. ( to get ) _________ you _____________ my e-mail from New York on
Friday? You ( not to answer ) ___________________________ it yet. Jason and I ( to spend ) _____________________ thre fantastic days there last week. New York is the most exciting city I
( ever visit ) __________________________________ , with the strangest people I ( ever meet ) ________________________________ . I really ( not want ) ____________________________ to
leave, but in the end Jason ( to win ) _____________________ .
The flight here ( to be ) _______________________ cool! ( to fly ) _______________ you ever
_________________ over high mountains? We ( to have ) ___________________ a fantastic view
of the Rockies – I ( never see ) _______________________________ anything like it! …
Love, Lewis


Decide which form is correct and underline the correct form.
Before a trip to London
1. - What are your plans for the holidays? Will you / Are you going to do anything special?
- Yes, we’re going to / we’ll go to London for a long weekend.
2. - The weather forecast sounds OK. It isn’t / won’t be very warm on Friday, but there’s /
there’ll be lots of sunshine on Saturday and Sunday.
3. - Dad will / is going to get tickets for a musical, and after that we are probably going to
go / will probably go to an Indian reastaurant.
4. - Come on, you two! If we won’t / don’t hurry, we’ll miss / we miss our train!
5. - That’s a nice camera. Are you going to / Will you take it with you? – Yes, sure.
6. - Do you / Will you send me a postcard when you’ll be / you’re in London?
- OK, I think I’m going to / I’ll get you one with Tower Bridge on it.

Fach: Englisch
Jahrgangsstufe: 6. Jahrgangsstufe
Überblick: Grundwissen geordnet nach Fächer - Grundwissen geordnet nach Jahrgangsstufen