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ideas for French and German songs you can use in class

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Last updated 05 October 2012, created 02 September 2009, viewed 9,817

I copied and pasted everyone’s ideas from three discussion threads on which songs we can use to try to inspire kids. It’s a numbered list which will hopefully make it easier to go down bit by bit, investigating and adding to our repertoire. Thank you to all the great people who contributed, whose More… ideas are here but whose names aren’t- please don’t take offence at this- just accept a massive thank you from me and everyone else who is inspired by you.

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Ace!

from Jen Turner, 05 October 2012. Member of the TES Panel.
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Brilliant!!

from louisel, 21 September 2012
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Vielen Dank for this. Lots I didn't know and fits in perfectly with my end of term topic on music. Thanks.

from mzgobi, 11 June 2012
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Thank you for sharing. A little late possibly for Lara mfl 05 - but another option for downloading youtube videos is zamzar.com.

from Lee Lyons, 07 May 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5

Thanks so much. This is a great list full of new people for us to youtube:)

from jmcmahon94, 04 January 2012
(report comment) 5 out of 5

thanks for sharing, students respond well to songs.

from labrini_f, 27 March 2011
(report comment) 5 out of 5

fantastisch, danke!. Love it. 17 hippies particularly.

from Ccstrachan, 24 March 2010
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thank you!. Thanks for the really helpful list. Lara - you can download YouTube videos on keepvid.com. Good luck!

from afyvvmc, 10 September 2009
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brilliant list. Unfortunately you-tube is blocked in school which means I really will have to find out a way to upload onto a memory stick. Any geeks out there who know how?

from Lara mfl 05, 09 September 2009
(report comment) 3 out of 5

Thanks for the inspiration!. I've been wanting to use songs more in lessons, many thanks for your list.

from scotts, 09 September 2009
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Brilliant stuff. I've spent hours looking for songs to use in lessons so was delighted with your list. Many thanks

from Jean465, 05 September 2009
(report comment) 5 out of 5

A really good list. Thank-you for this. I like Silbermond and my favourite has to be Bill Bailey singing the Hokey Cokey in German. You can find it on youtube - fantastic!

from lilip, 05 September 2009
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