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L'environnement

L'environnement

This is a set of worksheets on the topics of the environment. It contains an interactive Powerpoint activity, some translation, some reading, some listening and some writing tasks.
MrLoutre
New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

New French GCSE - Writing exam practice: 90 word questions

A collection of twenty-four 90-word questions covering the whole of the new French GCSE course. Each of the three booklets (one per theme) contains eight questions, with four bullet points each, encouraging the students to refer to present, past and future events, as well as to include opinions.
corcuera
New French GCSE - Writing Exam: 90 word questions: Theme 2 (Local, national... areas of interest)

New French GCSE - Writing Exam: 90 word questions: Theme 2 (Local, national... areas of interest)

This booklet contains eight questions that follow the format of the 90-word questions in the new French GCSE writing exam. They cover all aspects of Theme 2 (Local, national, international and global areas of interest), and they can be used in lessons, but also as an easy way to set useful homework activities for the students. All questions include four bullet points that the students are prompted to cover, and they explicitly require them to include references to three time frames and opinions (as per the AQA mark scheme). A booklet with 24 questions covering all three themes can be found here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/new-french-gcse-writing-exam-90-word-questions-11822119
corcuera
Claim the parcel translation game Notre Planete New GCSE Studio AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Notre Planete New GCSE Studio AQA

Claim the parcel translation game Activity for revising different verb tenses and topics from new GCSE AQA books. You have a table with different verbs tenses/sentences and project it on your interactive whiteboard/wall. In groups of 2 (max 3) they write the answer in French to one of the parcels/boxes on their mini white boards, come to you at the front of the class (you check) and if they have the answer correct they can claim the parcel/box. You write their names/team name on a post it notes and stick it over the parcel/box on the interactive whiteboard. Then, no one can do this parcel/box anymore. The winner is the group to have most parcels/boxes claimed at the end. Works well as end of module revision or translation practice. Don't forget to feedback!
kbreizh
French 5 lesson bundle - KS2 - My Town

French 5 lesson bundle - KS2 - My Town

This is a 5 lesson French unit for KS2. It teaches children vocabulary around the theme of 'My Town.' The topics covered include types of home, landmarks around town, directions,environments and describing a scene. The plans all give details of a starter, how to teach the new vocabulary, followed by a combination of listening activities, speaking activities, reading/writing activities and plenary. Each lesson is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. All resources needed for the lessons are included in the price. This includes a PowerPoint for each containing the new vocabulary. (This unit could be combined with other Blossoming Minds' French units. This is unit 8 in the sequence.)
blossomingminds
French lesson and resources - KS2 - Describing a Scene

French lesson and resources - KS2 - Describing a Scene

This is a plan and resources for a French lesson to use with KS2. It involves children learning the French vocabulary for describing different scenes, such as cities or snowy mountains. The plan could be used for an individual lesson, or as part of a longer 'my town' unit. The children should have some prior knowledge of colours and types of buildings and homes before teaching this lesson. The plan gives details of a starter, how to teach the vocabulary, a whole class listening activity, a speaking activity, a writing activity and a plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. Resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: Plan A PowerPoint presentation Resources for listening and speaking activities Writing worksheet (This plan is Lesson 5, Unit 8 by Blossoming Minds, but can be used as an individual plan.)
blossomingminds
French lesson and resources - KS2 - Where I live

French lesson and resources - KS2 - Where I live

This is a plan and resources for a French lesson to use with KS2. It involves children learning the French vocabulary for different environments you might live in. For example, the town or the desert. The plan could be used for an individual lesson, or as part of a longer 'my town' unit. The plan gives details of a starter, how to teach the vocabulary, a whole class listening activity, a speaking activity, a writing activity and a plenary. It is highly interactive and allows children to practise a range of language skills. Resources needed for the lesson are included in the price. These are: Plan A PowerPoint presentation Resources for listening and speaking activities Writing worksheet (This plan is Lesson 4, Unit 8 by Blossoming Minds, but can be used as an individual plan.)
blossomingminds
Environment Guided Translation Picture Puzzle

Environment Guided Translation Picture Puzzle

A guided translation on the topic of the environment, where if pupils pick the correct option for each word, a picture emerges. The activity incentivizes accurate translation - pick the wrong word, you don't get the finished picture! For each word to be translated, there are options in French (a, b, c etc). These letters correspond to different colours to be used to colour in a square on the grid. At the end, the whole translation can be written out as a paragraph. Pupils can then set their own picture puzzle for a friend using the paragraph as a model. The translation is about protecting unicorns, so it is easily adapted to write about other animals hunted for their horns such as elephants, rhinos or narwhal. This can be a useful writing exercise if you are working on the topic of the environment. It can also be set as a stand-alone activity as pupils can often deduce the correct answer even if it is unfamiliar, because they can eliminate the incorrect alternatives. The attached image gives an idea of how translating the text produces the image of a giraffe eating leaves from a tree.
veverett