* - ich arbeite immer daran - * (ariadne13) wrote in fl_teachers,
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German forms...

Does anyone have / know where I can find an 'authentic' form for a lost item ( Z.B. You've lost something and you have to fill out a form at the Police Station) and/ or a hospital form (Z.B. you've broken you're leg and you have to fill out a form to pay for it / do the E111 thing) in German?

I'm allowed to teach my y9's whatever I want for the rest of the year and I want to do something useful but not overall too complicated - the idea is to get them giving basic information for a couple of lessons.

Thanks!
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Something like this?

http://www.lindenberg-eichsfeld.de/lnbneu2/content/e569/e13/e257/e245/e616/form14.pdf

Just google "Verlustmeldung Formular" and you should get several hits... every bureau has different forms for different things that were lost. This is German bureaucracy after all.

Although I have to admit... I'm almost 33 years old and I've never filled in a form like that in my life. So I'm not sure this really is something a nine year old needs to be able to do. ;)
That's fab! I'd sort of resigned myself to the registering pages of facebook.de and myspace.de but that link is genius! hurrah!

ha ha sorry it's not for 9 year olds but for year 9's - they are 14 and granted it's just something different and more 'authentic' than working consdtantly on teacher/ textbook made things

Danke schön!