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C'est une petite ville industrielle dans le nord (It is a small, industrial town in the north)

C'est une petite ville industrielle dans le nord (It is a small, industrial town in the north)

In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you describe different types of places. It includes a variety of adjectives that go before or after a noun, and demonstrates how they change from masculine to feminine. It also includes the compass points to add extra detail. There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Une journee a Paris

Une journee a Paris

Y8 lesson to introduce the past tense with AVOIR using plenty of cognates. Starter is using famous tourist landmarks so it can be use to develop cultural awareness as well. Good companion to Studio 2 rouge Module 1 Unite 1 page 28.
mflteacher972
Travel from Paris to Senegal ppts and worksheet, using multiple tenses

Travel from Paris to Senegal ppts and worksheet, using multiple tenses

Complete series of lessons working on using multiple tenses and higher level structures such as quand and si phrases, comparatives and superlatives. I have used this with high ability year 9 as well as year 10 and 11. Covers holiday, travel, transport and free-time topics. If used together, I use them in the order listed. As well as powerpoint lessons with starters/plenaries there are activities, worksheets and reading comprehension/translation activities. Should take you through at least half a terms lessons. It has taken me hours of prep, so a real bargain!
lizby1
Paris - Ma Ville / My Town

Paris - Ma Ville / My Town

All lessons in an introduction to describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Includes places vocabulary, photo description, 'ne ... pas', on peut + infinitive, opinions and descriptions of Paris and London, exam style questions, and redrafting techniques.
porter1066
7. Paris, je t'écris

7. Paris, je t'écris

Lessons 7 in a unit looking at describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Lesson focused on redrafting and improving writing from previous lesson, creating a brochure about why to visit Paris. Explicit look at exam technique when answering written questions.
porter1066
5-6. Paris, je t'aime

5-6. Paris, je t'aime

Lessons 5 & 6 in a unit looking at describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Using mini-whiteboards to practise and then saying what you like to do in Paris and why. Leading up to create a brochure on why to visit Paris.
porter1066
4. Describe Paris

4. Describe Paris

Lessons 4 in a unit looking at describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Introducing the photo description skill with pictures from Paris and then some exam style questions.
porter1066
3. Paris - What to do

3. Paris - What to do

Lessons 3 in a unit looking at describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Recap of different places vocabulary and introduction to different activities you can do in Paris. Includes grammar on 'ne ... pas' negatives.
porter1066
1-2. Ma Ville - Paris

1-2. Ma Ville - Paris

Lessons 1 & 2 in a unit looking at describing your town and comparing it to Paris. Introduction to different places and vocabulary and moving dictation on describing my town (London) and Paris.
porter1066
Diamond robber lesson focusing on conditional tense

Diamond robber lesson focusing on conditional tense

This lesson focuses on the conditional tense but includes the present, past (passé composé and imparfait) and future tenses too. Suitable for able year 9 upwards/ GCSE this is part of a series using the story of a diamond robbery to practise using different tenses together. The lesson can be used as part of the series (a whole term's worth!) or on its own. There is a starter, followed by an email from the very demanding girlfriend of the diamond robber asking for all the things she would like in her hotel. Pupils start by picking out simple details from the email, followed by a reading comprehension which is on the powerpoint or as a printable pdf with the email. This increases in difficulty so that pupils can work at their own pace. There is an extension task, spotting other tenses in the email and an odd one out plenary.
lizby1