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AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62

AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62

This is a complete lesson designed to be taught with AQA Studio GCSE French (Higher) - Module 3 - Felicitations - Page 62. The lesson includes: - Starter - Introduction to key vocabulary - Activities to practise the vocabulary - Board game to practise the vocabulary - Dominoes game to practise vocabulary - Vocabulary list for students - Page 62 Exercise 1 Listening with answers and transcript - Page 62 Excercise 2 Reading with answers - Page 62 Exercise 3 Listening with answers and transcript - Introduction to the verb "venir" in the present tense - Practise of the verb "venir" in the present tense - Link to song to practise conjugating the verb "venir" in the present tense - Introduction to the recent past in French (venir + de) - Worksheet to practise using the recent past in French (venir + de) - Plenary
ftbnemesis
Carnaval-Worksheet in french text

Carnaval-Worksheet in french text

The history and origin of the carnival are explained in a simple vocabulary. In this course, the student will need to carefully read the text, learn the difficult words and then will have to answer questions about the text, either true or false. . Additionally, the student will have to solve an exercise concerning possessive adjectives. A game of words is suggested and as usually all solutions are included in the pages reserved for the teacher.
Monajune
French - Christmas facts & fun

French - Christmas facts & fun

This PPT introduces some facts about Christmas in France and can be used in conjunction with the Christmas wordsearch, where a lot of the vocab used is introduced. For the wordsearch, students use a school French dictionary to look up the English Christmas words and find the French words in the grid. The PPT starts by introducing and then practising some facts about Christmas in France, followed by a video of a Christmas market in Mulhouse, Alsace. There is then a Connect 4 game, practising the vocab and facts, followed by an Advent Calendar team game. Instructions are in the notes section of the PPT.
TheMFLTeacher
French - Christmas wordsearch

French - Christmas wordsearch

This wordsearch is designed to be used with a school-sized dictionary. Students look up the English Christmas words at the bottom of the sheet and find the French words in the wordsearch.
TheMFLTeacher
Message magique: devinette de Noël

Message magique: devinette de Noël

These magic message riddles will serve as instant Christmas cards for your students if you print them on card stock. The riddles resemble QR codes until you raise them to eye level and read the “magical messages” from bottom - indicated by a red number - to top. There are four cards to the page. Decades ago, these things took me forever and a day to draw by hand. But then I could legitimately challenge my students to draw a message of their own. Nowadays, I use the computer so they just take forever. However, I’ve lost the moral authority to launch my drawing challenge. But the “wow” moment when a student actually sees the message still makes it worthwhile.
Carlav
Cadeaux de Noel Vocabulary Hunt

Cadeaux de Noel Vocabulary Hunt

A word exchange activity which requires pupils to translate 20 Christmas gifts from French to English. They attempt it first on their own, then paired up, then they circulate to exchange answers with pupils around the room. This would lead nicely into writing a letter to Father Christmas. I have a template for this available in my Christmas Bundle or on its own- just search in my shop.
betsybelleteach
Fun French Christmas - Saint Nicolas - Lesson Pack

Fun French Christmas - Saint Nicolas - Lesson Pack

For primary school pupils; early KS3 pupils; beginner to intermediate learners of French. Complete lesson pack, with teacher notes, presentation materials, printable activity resources, display printables, listening audio files and visuals to meet multiple KS2 Framework Goals for MFL. Pupils learn about the festival of Saint Nicolas, leaving their shoes at the classroom door and discovering a treat at the end of the lesson! Curriculum links: Reading and decoding skills; listening skills; appreciation of song, story and rhyme; presentation skills; learning about a festival or tradition in a country where the language is spoken, plus lots of FUN! KS2 Framework for Languages Goals cross-referenced with activities. Suitable for non-specialist teachers & fully supported with sound files for accurate pronunciation of core language. Children work as language detectives to decode the key facts about the Saint Nicolas tradition of leaving shoes by the fireplace or door to receive treats if they have been good. Audio files support all key vocabulary pronunciation and printable vocabulary sheets, cut out sentence making word cards, talk mats and listening and reading comprehension Powerpoint and worksheets are included. Supported audio and Powerpoint slide by slide breakdown of the traditional "O Grand Nicolas" song, for pupils to join in with key words, notice rhyming phonic patterns, building up to performing the song with the backing track or link to Youtube videos. Also included are ready-made display resources and cutout tickets to hide in the children's shoes with a sweet or chocolate, to be discovered at the end of the lesson, full teacher lesson notes and instructions, with printables for pupils' files of the song lyrics, vocabulary mats, Talk mats and fact files.
naomifrench
French Christmas Song: Les Douze Jours de Noël

French Christmas Song: Les Douze Jours de Noël

Great Christmas song as it consolidates numbers and is a good introduction to ordinal numbers. Powerpoint 1 introduces the vocabulary. Powerpoint 2 accompanies Worksheets 1 and 2. The resources break down the vocabulary by working on numbers then nouns. You can teach each day individually with Powerpoint 1 before adding the full verses with Powerpoint 2. There is also a link to Youtube video to sing along to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB8dzktiBm4 . There is a PDF file with the song in full as well as a wordsearch. I divide the class into groups with each group ‘owning’ a day or several days depending on the size of the class. You can have a competition between odd numbers and even numbers. I have also in the past had the class find out which nouns are masculine and feminine then split the ‘gifts’ between girls and boys. It can also lead to craft and/or drama activities.
lapoirebellehelene
FRENCH WORD SEARCHES 1

FRENCH WORD SEARCHES 1

PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING FRENCH LANGUAGE SKILLS - 55 DIFFERENTIATED WORD SEARCHES WITH ANSWER KEYS AND GRID TEMPLATE. WHAT YOU GET: DAYS OF THE WEEK - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids MONTHS & SEASONS OF THE YEAR - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids NUMBERS 0-20 - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids ÊTRE ET AVOIR - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids FRENCH CITIES - 5 French to French grids FRENCH CHRISTMAS WORDS - 5 French to French and 5 English to French grids Each set of word searches has a full reference list - essential learning support. The files are non-editable, and are all available individually, priced at £3.00/£2.75/£2.50. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the bundle is for single-teacher/purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT!
LivelyLearning
French Speeaking countries posters - La Francophonie Posters

French Speeaking countries posters - La Francophonie Posters

This document will help you with your displays in your French classroom or even you can display them around your school. I displayed them in a hall of my school. (MFL Department Hall). You will have all of the French-speaking countries (sorry if I missed one). Just print them in A4 or A3 in Colour and your student will know more about La Francophonie.
IsraMaz
French Halloween lesson - Halloween en français - En quoi tu te déguises?

French Halloween lesson - Halloween en français - En quoi tu te déguises?

A fantastically engaging and spooky Halloween lesson for both Primary and Key stage 3. This lesson compromises introducing Halloween costumes in French and has the objective of being able to say what you are dressing up as for Halloween in French by the end of the lesson. The objective is achieved through engaging games such as choral repetition, beat the teacher, "which is missing?". Once the vocabulary has been practiced with the pupils, it is time for them to get out of their seats and solve a mystery involving the characters to whom they have just been introduced! The mystery involves solving a number of clues by answering questions in French based on familiar vocabulary. The pupils take the first letter of each answer and are left with an anagram of the culprit to the crime. The first pupil/pair/team to rearrange the anagram and find the culprit are the winners. Once the mystery is solved, the pupils learn how to ask and answer what they are dressing up as, for Halloween. They are also encouraged to challenge themselves by giving reasons for their chosen costume by learning a number of Halloween related adjectives. The pupils then consolidate this new vocabulary by undertaking a survey of other pupils in the room to find out their Halloween costumes. Note: The clues in the "Who stole the Queen's lunch?" should be cut up and placed around the room for the pupils to read. Mix these up so that they don't reveal the answer too easily! Included in the survey slide and the "qui est le coupable?" slide are 2 embedded videos with French Halloween songs to create some atmosphere for when the pupils undertake the tasks. Also included in this lesson are Halloween Flashcards, these are to be used as the clues when solving the mystery. It is useful to print these off and lay them out somewhere visible for the pupils when solving the anagram as they include the correct spellings.
crotte10