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Les vacances de Noël se sont bien passées? (Did the Christmas holidays go well?)

Les vacances de Noël se sont bien passées? (Did the Christmas holidays go well?)

This worksheet practises using 20 common verbs in the passé composé. There are 4 exercises. Exercises 1 and 2 practise recognising infinitives and past participles. Exercise 3 is a translation exercise of verbs in the passé composé (using different subject pronouns and conjugations). Exercise 4 is composed of 20 questions to describe your activities over the Christmas holidays. Answers and suggested answers are provided.
vettyjames
Carnival in France - On + Verbs

Carnival in France - On + Verbs

Find out how Carnival is celebrated at school in France: ON + Verbs in the 3rd person explain what happens. Who/What is Monsieur Carnaval. Learn French Mardi Gras traditions + learn and join in with Verb Practice using ON + Verbs.
Cantamos
14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 Trapdoor activities - New French GCSE

14 French Trapdoor activities for the New French GCSE These have proved very popular with students and teachers. Great for speaking practice, writing practice, translation. Enjoy and don't forget to feedback!!
kbreizh
La galette

La galette

This is a primary French resource that I prepared for a short lesson with a year 4 class. I have included the resources, words and images and the lesson plan and added some extra activities that could be used to extend the lesson. The pupils found it really interesting and you could use it with older junior pupils. It has a cross curricular RE content which you could enlarge on or focus on the French cultural information about "La galette des rois". I hope you and your pupils enjoy it!
LoveFrance
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
Drama in french "Le Tigre et les Cerfs Souris"

Drama in french "Le Tigre et les Cerfs Souris"

Video and text adaptation in french of a malaysian legend, that students can use to practice vocabulary, pronunciation and other skills and have fun at the same time. Drama provides them the opportunity to learn a language in a different way. The video can be used to help them with the comprehension and the pronunciation.
mllecanto
Drama in french "La colline de l'étoile"

Drama in french "La colline de l'étoile"

Video and text adaptation in french of a portuguese legend, that students can use to practice vocabulary, pronunciation and other skills and have fun at the same time. Drama provides them the opportunity to learn a language in a different way. The video can be used to help them with the comprehension and the pronunciation.
mllecanto
Make your own French bleuet

Make your own French bleuet

An idea I had on how to create the French version of the Poppy - le bleuet - for Remembrance Day! I've tried to include step by step instructions - you will need: blue tissue paper, straws (or something similar), scissors and sellotape. I did adapt use and adapt another presentation on WW1 that I found on here showing key words but I can't remember the author! Hope you enjoy the activity and can make a field of bleuets with your class.
Niki321
Le patrimoine français: Paris monuments, Cuisine and Quizzes  (A Level French )

Le patrimoine français: Paris monuments, Cuisine and Quizzes (A Level French )

This is a bundle of activities on the topic Le Patrimoine for students preparing the New A Level French . It includes: _ 4 Reading and 2 Vidéo activities on some of the most famous landmarks in Paris such as Sacré-Coeur, Musée d'Orsay, Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame and some less well-known such as Les arènes de Lutece. _ Also included is a folder about French Cuisine being listed as a World Heritage Site. It consists of 2 Video questionnaires and a Pdf Presentation about French Gastronomy as a World Heritage Site. _ Three stimulating and fun quizz in PPT and Word format about French Culture and General Knowledge about different aspects of France. Answers are provided. The quiz work best when done in small groups.
jeromsauvin
Christmas Movie Quiz

Christmas Movie Quiz

End of term quiz for Christmas: Students write the titles of these Christmas movies (except Jumanji!) to reveal a Christmas message in French.
Sandra1972
Joyeux Noel: reading around the classroom

Joyeux Noel: reading around the classroom

Here is an activity for students to learn more about how Christmas is celebrated in France. The texts are printed out and display around the classroom. The students then get a certain amount of time to walk around the classroom and read the different texts, completing their answers sheets. I have used a resource found on TES and amended it. There is also the answer sheets. Let me know if you found it useful :)
steph_brth
Spot Santa: Christmas Market in Montreux, Switzerland- Marché de Noël

Spot Santa: Christmas Market in Montreux, Switzerland- Marché de Noël

This is a powerpoint presentation with 58 slides, taking on a visit around the famous Montreux Christmas Market, one of the biggest one in Europe. Each slide got a clear photo taken at a time when it was not crowded by people so you can really get a taste of this Christmas market. Each slide also has a simple sentence describing the photo. Finally, to make sure your students get a little bit extra fun, there are 58 tiny Santas hidden (one on each slide) for them to spot.
Mamzelle