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Le stress

Le stress

Set of resources on stress geared towards GCSE age students. It includes reading activities, worksheets and a presentation.
MrLoutre
Picture Pets - French

Picture Pets - French

A stimulating theme pack, full of fun, designed to capitalise on the interest that so many learners have in their pets. Hundreds of appealing pictures, activities and games covering common vocabulary and structures. Contents include: My pet Opinions Clothes Presents Jobs Lots of verbs Commands Bad dog! Clever cat! A dog’s life Looking after a pet Body and health Prepositions At the Vet’s Adjectives of colour, size, character Age: 9 – Adult Level: Beginners to Intermediate KS2/3/4 108 pages.
linguascope
Le sexisme

Le sexisme

Set of resources geared towards GCSE students on the topics of sexism which includes a presentation and several reading and grammar activities.
MrLoutre
Le temps libre

Le temps libre

This is a set of resources on the topic of free time in the present tense geared towards GCSE students. It includes a lengthy interactive presentation, several worksheets focussing on grammar, reading activities and games as well as a listening activity. There is enough to keep you and your class busy for several lessons.
MrLoutre
Quirky Quiz Questions - French

Quirky Quiz Questions - French

A fun self-access resource containing hundreds of photocopiable multiple-choice quiz questions based on familiar topics and using high frequency words. By popular request adapted to offer 4 alternatives in line with a popular TV quiz show. Reinforces reading and listening skills Designed both for small group work, with one learner being the quizmaster with immediate access to the answers and also for individual reading activities Age: 10 – Adult Level: Beginners to Intermediate KS2/3/4 Language: French 129 pages
linguascope
Les loisirs de Damien

Les loisirs de Damien

Worksheet including a listening activity, several reading tasks and a writing task to bring it all together. This work is better suited for confident GCSE level students or older.
MrLoutre
Le petit ami idéal Lecture en Français - French Subjunctive Reading - Subjonctif

Le petit ami idéal Lecture en Français - French Subjunctive Reading - Subjonctif

In this fun reading a young woman named Cecile has a choice of four candidates to be her ideal boyfriend! Throughout the reading there are numerous uses of the present subjunctive which are underlined for students to see in context. Cecile describes the qualities her ideal boyfriend would have and each of candidates also describe one or two qualities they are looking for. Also includes 14 true/false reading comprehension questions and a short writing assignment in the subjunctive. Includes: ait fasse soit veuille
ninatutor
Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Je m'appelle - About me in French - Video + Worksheets

Billy the Dog describes himself in French in the 1st person present tense. He talks about his family, his friends, his character and interests + something he does not like. Friendly practice with a video clip for practice at home and three worksheets that can be self-checked by watching the video clip.
Cantamos
La Famille - KS4 Lesson Starters

La Famille - KS4 Lesson Starters

This powerpoint contains 5 starter activities for the topic of family based on AQA vocabulary and phrases. They increase in difficulty and follow the progression of the textbook to be used across several lessons. The starter activities consist of: Fill in the missing letter; Crack the code; Complete the sentence; Spot the error and Translation activities. Each activity also includes a challenge extension task except the complete the sentence activity which is open for students to answer to the best of their ability in the time given. These activities could also be used as plenaries or activities during a lesson.
MFLActivities
Ma famille et mes passe-temps comprehension task

Ma famille et mes passe-temps comprehension task

This text discusses family relationships and free time covering a range of tenses. This is followed by five questions in English. The text could be used for reading or listening comprehension. Possible extension activities could include: identifying tenses, indentifying parts of speech, paired dictation. Based on AQA GCSE vocabulary for topics on technology and free time.
MFLActivities
ELEMENTARY FRENCH VOCABULARY QUIZZES 2

ELEMENTARY FRENCH VOCABULARY QUIZZES 2

FRENCH FOR CHILDREN - PERFECT FOR DEVELOPING LANGUAGE SKILLS AND PRACTICING VOCABULARY IN FRENCH - 40 ESSENTIAL WORDS AND PHRASES! FRENCH FOR CHILDREN QUICK VOCABULARY QUIZZES really do help to create a lively language learning environment, and offer a popular alternative to more traditional vocabulary ‘drilling’ activities. Children can develop, embed, reinforce and refresh their FRENCH vocabulary in a cooperative, communicative and interactive way, in part independently of the teacher. The quizzes have a bonus multi-focus on listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing and spelling. It doesn’t matter if the featured vocabulary doesn’t correspond exactly to the language in your past, current, short or even longer-term learning plans - the quizzes are a great way of encouraging children to engage with both familiar and new language. Use during lessons which focus specifically on these vocabulary groups, as well as as starters, plenaries or ’pick-me-ups’ at any time during the school year for maximum benefit! This set features words and phrases in the following vocabulary groups: MONTHS OF THE YEAR SEASONS OF THE YEAR NUMBERS 21-31 CONVERSATION There are 40 words & phrases and four quizzes, each with a different challenge and skill focus: QUIZ 1: children WRITE the ENGLISH word from a FRENCH prompt - 40 QUESTIONS QUIZ 2: children WRITE the FRENCH word from an ENGLISH prompt - 40 QUESTIONS QUIZ 3: children can play in teams or individually, responding ORALLY with the correct ENGLISH word from a written FRENCH prompt - 40 QUESTIONS QUIZ 4: children can play in teams or individually, responding ORALLY with the correct FRENCH word from a written ENGLISH prompt - 40 QUESTIONS QUIZZES 3 and 4 are really useful for reading out loud and pronunciation practice too, and are also provided in pdf format so that children can use independently on tablets or similar devices - this is great if you’re homeschooling too. The VOCABULAIRE reference list is a really useful year-round reference resource, as well as an essential learning support for the quizzes. The resource consists of 7 non-editable files. Please read the TERMS OF USE carefully - the resource is copyright, and for single teacher/purchaser use only. MERCI BEAUCOUP ET BON DIVERTISSEMENT !
LivelyLearningClassroom