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Family presentation - use of mon, ma, mes

Family presentation - use of mon, ma, mes

Revision/introduction to family names (mum, Dad, brother, sister etc). Pupils practise this using the Simpson family. Use of mon/ma/mes (m/f/pl) and an activity to practise this.; sentence writing, using 'il s'appelle/elle s'appellent.'
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Simple questions and answers in French, with running dictation text/activity

Simple questions and answers in French, with running dictation text/activity

Encourages children to practise saying/writing sentences about themselves. Could be used as a revision topic (name, age, where i live) etc. The dictation text has all of the useful vocabulary - children will write this down (racing against each other to do so). They must try to understand it and to find the vocabulary they need. Then practise asking and answering simple questions (and answering in full sentences).
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French assessment

French assessment

This could be a baseline assessment for the start of the year, or used for a termly one dependent on what you teach. Appropriate for years 5, 6, 7, 8 - assesses understanding of short sentences, greetings, colours etc. Reading section, writing section and labelling
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Cunning Tortoise-French

Cunning Tortoise-French

In African mythology/fables the Tortoise is endowed with wit and cunning. The Tortoise with the use of this wit and ingenuity outwits rivals - be they animals or humans. The Tortoise however demonstrates in fable after fable that cunning when combined with greed only leads to humiliation and self ridicule. The fable has been published in English and French (Two crucial universal languages) and can be used to celebrate Black History month and further advance young people’s knowledge of the French Language in a way that is engaging, enjoyable and Interesting.
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French Perfect Tense – All you need!

French Perfect Tense – All you need!

This bundle will take several lessons and contains detailed resources that introduce each aspect of the Perfect Tense – regular avoir verbs, irregular avoir verbs, être verbs, reflexive verbs, and the negative with all verb types. Furthermore there is a murder mystery pack based on the perfect tense. The murder mystery set of resources was used for both Ofsted and internally reviews lessons, which were rated as 'outstanding'. Each resource set contains Power Points with accompanying worksheets. It introduces, explains and tests understanding of all aspects of the perfect tense in a step-by-step format.
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French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

French Verbs & Tenses - An Essential Pack.

This large bundle contains all you need for the future, present, perfect tenses in French. Each resource contains at least one PowerPoint and at least one worksheet to accompany it and they all start by introducing the tense in a clear step-by-step format, which ensures comprehension, with a large number of practice activities. Each PowerPoint contains grammar notes that pupils can record themselves to refer back to for revision/ future work. This method of grammar tutorials has been tried and tested over years of teaching. Tenses included: The Immediate Future The Simple Future The Present Tense – Regular Verbs The Present Tense – Irregular Verbs The Present Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Present Tense verbs The Perfect Tense – Avoir Verbs The Perfect Tense – Être Verbs The Perfect Tense – Reflexive Verbs The Negative of Perfect Tense Verbs
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Tortoise and the Sardines

Tortoise and the Sardines

The story of the Tortoise and the Sardines is an African fable as well as a cautionary tale about the dangers of taking strangers at face-value. This enchanting fable is ideal for celebrating black history month, furthermore; the fable has been published in English, French and Spanish (the three crucial universal languages). The Book can therefore be used to advance young people’s knowledge of key stage 2 and 3 knowledge of French and Spanish in a way that is colourful, engaging and enjoyable.
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The Boy with the Five Loaves and Two Fish

The Boy with the Five Loaves and Two Fish

The Biblical Story of the boy with the five loaves and two fish. The book has been published in English, French and Spanish. (The three Crucial Universal languages). The book can therefore advance young people’s knowledge of key stage 2 and 3 French and Spanish languages in a way that is colourful, engaging and enjoyable.
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School Subjects in French - A Complete Guide.

School Subjects in French - A Complete Guide.

This resource introduces 15 school subjects with many practice activities. It introduces questions and answers about likes and dislikes as well as opinions/ reasons. It goes on to introduce and practise phrases connected to being good/ bad at subjects as well as talking about favourite subjects. There are pair work speaking activities, reading activities and writing activities. The reading activities include texts with vrai/faux exercises as well as activities with open-ended questions. There is a school timetable that pupils could replicate and questions to answer about the timetable they see. Answers for all activities appear on the PowerPoint. By the end of the PowerPoint (70 slides) pupils will be able to write a paragraph about their school subjects (likes/dislikes, opinions and so on), either by using a given French template or by only English prompts. There is a lengthy worksheet, which accompanies the activities on the PowerPoint and a separate word search document.
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Three great French lessons about face parts, linked to describing a monster's face

Three great French lessons about face parts, linked to describing a monster's face

Fun, creative lessons. The children love describing the monster's face and then using each other's work as a reading comprehension to work out how to colour in the monster's face. Practises face vocabulary, reading together (joining in with a story), listening for key words, knowing that colours go after the noun in French, masculine/feminine/plural - all explored in a fun way. Last lesson focuses on the children acting as monsters using the new vocabulary.
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