IF CLAUSES IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE TRANSLATION JIGSAW ~ FRENCH GCSE HIGHER A LEVEL THINKING SKILLS

IF CLAUSES IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE TRANSLATION JIGSAW ~ FRENCH GCSE HIGHER A LEVEL THINKING SKILLS

IF CLAUSES TRANSLATION SKILLS JIGSAW Ideal as a thinking skills starter/plenary/game or for extension activities, quizzes, inter-house competition, as well as homework. Designed for able GCSE or A-level students. This activity is designed to help students secure conditional ‘if’ clauses with imperfect subjunctive and to support translation skills (into English), paying attention to accurate word order. Some descriptions have an image (all of them, copy-right free). Each page includes 4 items (2 pages in total) that need to be cut out. Each mini-jigsaw includes 3 pieces, the longest piece being placed at the top. Cards can be distributed as one big pack of 8 pairs or teachers can choose to give only 1 page at a time, with 4 items each. It can also work by issuing a different page to each group of students, and as a class, students can rotate from table to table to see the final answers. ANSWERS TO ALL 8 ITEMS INCLUDED
ProfesoraSpanish
T'es branché 2 Unité 1 Leçon A Wordsearch

T'es branché 2 Unité 1 Leçon A Wordsearch

Word search for the vocabulary in lesson A unit 1 of T’es branché 2. 4 versions in each of 3 different formats: word list in French; word list in English; no word list. Total of 12 unique puzzles.
jer520
French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity

French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity

French subjunctive and imperative paired or group speaking activity No prep printable paired or group speaking activity to practice forming the present subjunctive. Students will see how useful the subjunctive is with one expression repeated over and over again: Vous voulez que ____? Élève 1: Prenez le bus. (Student reads the sentence in the imperative) Take the bus. Élève 2: Vous voulez que je ____? (prenne le bus) You want me to take the bus? Élève 3: Vous voulez que nous ____? (prenions le bus) You want us to take the bus? Élève 4: Oui, je veux que vous ____? (preniez le bus) Yes, I want you to take the bus. Included: ☞ 2 pages of activities following the model in the example (30 sets of sentences) ☞ Answer key RELATED RESOURCES: ☞ French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet☞ French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet ☞ French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases ☞ French present subjunctive crossword puzzles - Mots croisés ☞ Verbes au subjonctif - 60 verbes français à conjuguer ☞ French present subjunctive battleship games ☞ French Subjunctive Video Lesson + Lesson Guide + Exercises - Le Subjonctif ☞ French present subjunctive sudoku games ☞ French subjunctive powerpoint jeopardy game - Le subjonctif ☞ French present subjunctive worksheet - Il faut que - Subjonctif présent
jenniferlcrespin
30 French speaking prompt question cards - La Rentrée Scolaire - Back to School

30 French speaking prompt question cards - La Rentrée Scolaire - Back to School

❖ 30 French speaking prompt question cards - La Rentrée Scolaire - Back to School ❖ Want your secondary French students to practice speaking after a long summer holiday? These cards are a fun way to talk about back to school - la rentrée scolaire. This low prep activity is a fun way to encourage your students to speak more and engage in conversation. It is a perfect resource to use in immersion, core or homeschool curriculums. These questions will spark lively conversation amongst your intermediate to advanced level students. You can use these cards after teaching specific vocabulary and grammar for la rentrée or as a fun interactive activity on a day when you want to just focus on speaking and reviewing vocabulary in a different way. Read on to find out the many ways I like to use these cards. Just print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and hook the cards together with a ring. Using these cards this way makes it easy to pull them out year after year to use as NO PREP speaking activities. Prefer a paperless option? Just project the PDF version for a whole class activity or have your students use their tablets to work individually, in pairs, or in small groups. Included: ➱ 30 speaking prompt cards (4 per page to print and cut out) ➱ PDF version to project and avoid printing (1 card per page to project) ➱ 9 different ways to use these cards ➱ Scoot game instructions ➱ Scoot recording sheet There are many ways you can use this set of cards: ✫ Print, laminate, cut out, punch holes and attach on a ring for small groups to ask and answer questions. ✫ Project the pdf file in class to work in group or with your whole class and avoid printing. ✫ Use as a warm-up speaking activity with a conversation partner. As students enter the classroom have them choose 2-3 cards from a box. ✫ Use as exit tickets. Give each student a card before the end of class and as they walk out of the room they tell the teacher their answer. ✫ Stations: Put students into groups and divide the cards amongst them. Have groups rotate to a new station as they finish the cards. ✫ Scoot: Put one card on each desk in the classroom. Give each student a response sheet and set a timer to give them just enough time to answer true or false and to correct the false statements. When the timer rings students move on to the next desk and the next question. All cards are numbered so it is simple to stay organized. Full instructions are included. ✫ Use the cards with board games. Students must answer a question in order to move. ✫ Use the cards as an icebreaker activity at the beginning of the school year or right after school holidays. ✫ Great resource for tutoring sessions and vocabulary building.
jenniferlcrespin
La Rentrée Scolaire - French Taboo Speaking Game

La Rentrée Scolaire - French Taboo Speaking Game

✮ La Rentrée Scolaire - French Taboo Speaking Game ✮ Playing games and having fun is when learning really happens in French class, and here’s a fun activity for la rentrée. You can really get your students speaking with my themed taboo games. French Taboo is a game that is easy to modify and use with beginners and advanced students alike. This game includes 30 playing cards. You get a set in French and English as well as one in French only. Practical for French immersion and core French programs. Object of the game One player tries to get his teammate to guess the word at the top of a card. The player must give clues, but he can’t use any of the Taboo words in his description. The taboo words are written beneath the underlined word at the top of the card. Teams score points for each word successfully guessed. The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. The teams take turn guessing and verifying no Taboo words have been used. You can also play this game in pairs if everyone agrees not to cheat. Beginner students should be allowed to use the French TABOO words printed on the cards. This will encourage them to use new vocabulary and will help them in forming sentences to use as clues. Included ✩ 30 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 30 playing cards in French and English to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ 30 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - color copy ✩ 30 playing cards in French only to print, cut out and laminate - black and white copy ✩ File for projecting one card at a time in French only ✩ File for projecting one card at a time with French and English words ✩ Sheet for recording new vocabulary words ✩ 15 mots max - alternative way to play ✩ How to play LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students. Merci beaucoup!
jenniferlcrespin
T'es branché 1 Unité 1 Leçon A Wordsearch

T'es branché 1 Unité 1 Leçon A Wordsearch

Word search for the vocabulary in lesson A unit 1 of T’es branché 1. 4 versions in each of 3 different formats: word list in French; word list in English; no word list. Total of 12 unique puzzles.
jer520
D'accord 1 Unité 1 Leçon 1A Wordsearch

D'accord 1 Unité 1 Leçon 1A Wordsearch

Word search for the vocabulary in lesson 1A unit 1 of D’accord 1. 4 versions in each of 3 different formats: word list in French; word list in English; no word list. Total of 12 unique puzzles.
jer520
Comprehension questions Le Grand Meaulnes/The Lost Estate (Chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8)

Comprehension questions Le Grand Meaulnes/The Lost Estate (Chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8)

These comprehension questions can be completed by students in groups or on their own, in class or as homework. They are also great revision resources and can be handy if you need to set cover work. Multiple copies of the questions are duplicated on one sheet in some cases, for ease of printing, photocopying, and distribution. The questions are designed for MA-HA students and range from identification and interpretation of techniques used (such as paradox) to encouraging students to explore issues surrounding translation, narratorial reliability, and choices of nomenclature in the novel. Motif and symbolism are also covered. Some extension tasks are included. These questions were originally developed for use by KS4 students working towards their IGCSE in World Literature. They could also be used for native French speakers, or students of IB/A Level French (although they would of course need to be translated).
Angelil
Les Aspects de la société francaise: Les Tendances- FULL THEME- A Level French

Les Aspects de la société francaise: Les Tendances- FULL THEME- A Level French

In this BUNDLE: La famille en voie de changement: -La vie de couple : nouvelles tendances -Monoparentalité, homoparentalité, familles recomposées -Grands-parents, parents et enfants : soucis et problèmes La « cyber-société »: -Comment la technologie facilite la vie quotidienne -Quels dangers la cyber-société pose-t-elle ? -Qui sont les cybernautes ? Le rôle du bénévolat: -Qui sont et que font les bénévoles ? -Quelle valeur pour ceux qui sont aidés? -Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident ? for each sub-topic: a PPT presentation and other resources covering: reading, speaking, listening and writing skills, video comprehensions, statistics discussions, translations French to English and English to French and markschemes, link to vocab learning course and vocab tests individual parts are £3 each (41% saved) click preview to see what is included in the .zip folders
laprofdefrancais
Le bénévolat- FULL TOPIC- A Level FRENCH- Year 1/ AS

Le bénévolat- FULL TOPIC- A Level FRENCH- Year 1/ AS

In this BUNDLE: All three parts of the topic: “Le bénévolat” Part1: Qui sont et que font les bénévoles? Part2: Quelle valeur pour ceux qui sont aidés? Part3: Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident? each part includes a PPT presentation (approx. 30 slides including some answer slides) with: -Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing activities -Translation French to English and English to French with markschemes -statistics discussions -video comprehension activities -a link to an online vocab learning course -vocab test linked to the course -homework task Each part is also available for £3 Click on preview to see samples of activities for each part. If you have any questions or if you are interested in more resources of this type, you can check this facebook page: @Frenchresources, where links, updates and freebies are posted regularly
laprofdefrancais
Le bénévolat: Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident? A Level French- Year 1/ AS

Le bénévolat: Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident? A Level French- Year 1/ AS

This resource file contains teaching materials for the THIRD PART of “Le bénévolat” : “Quelle valeur pour ceux qui aident?” The PPT presentation (approx. 35 slides including some answer slides) is composed of three parts: " Les expériences et les compétences acquises?", “Le Service Civique” and " Les avantages et les inconvénients du bénévolat". It includes: -Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing activities -video comprehension activities -statistics discussions -translations from French to English and English to French with markschemes -a link to an online vocab learning course -a vocab test linked to the course -homework task activities are differented and exam style (the first 10 files are previews of what is included in the .zip folder) If you have any questions or are interested in more resources of this type, you can check this facebook page: @Frenchresources, where updates, links and freebies are posted regularly.
laprofdefrancais
Describing what you eat using the partitive article - Year 7 G&T / Year 8 / Year 9 low ability.

Describing what you eat using the partitive article - Year 7 G&T / Year 8 / Year 9 low ability.

LO: To say what you eat and what you would like to eat using the correct partitive article. A complete ready-to-use lesson with differentiated outcomes for each activity; start to finish lesson that includes a detail lesson plan, a well-designed powerpoint complete with notes to guide through the slides, as well as differentiated worksheets. This is the ideal lesson for a high ability year 7 group, a mixed ability year 8 group, or a low set year 9 group. This lesson is about learning names for food items as well as adapting knowledge and extending sentences using time phrases and connectives in the present tense; pupils will learn to describe what they eat in the evening. Some pupils will also learn to use the conditional and perhaps past tense.
Mengo
Inspiré

Inspiré

Here are fifteen of my favourite old (and new) maxims for French students. Most are inspirational. Some are just for fun. A few are both at once. Note: The last quote has been a personal favourite since I was a student. However, this particular bit of wisdom by Michel de Montaigne is probably not appropriate for your classroom walls.
Carlav
French Y8 - Le Weekend

French Y8 - Le Weekend

Whole lesson and worksheet based on the Expo 2 lesson ‘Le weekend’ Key vocab Jouer au sport Ecouter la musique Aider mes parents Acheter du chocolat et des bon bons Regarder des séries Téléphoner à mes amis. Voir mes amis Sortir avec mes amis Faire mes devoirs Faire la fête Sentences built with these: Jouer au sport J’aime écouter la musique Je n’aime pas aider mes parents J’aime téléphoner à mes amis parfois Ce que j’aime le plus, c’est voir mes amis Ma chose favorite, c’est regarder des séries Franchement, j’adore acheter du chocolat J’adore faire la fête tout le temps, c’est fou! EXT: Write down any new words. Franchement = frankly Chose = thing Tout = all Fou = crazy. Parfois = sometimes Ce que j’aime le plus, c’est= What I like the most, is Conversation exercise at the end: Tu fais quoi les weekends? Franchement, moi j’adore regarder la télé! Ouais, c’est chouette ça! (et) ma chose favorite, c’est de téléphoner a mes amies et faire la fete tout le temps! Moi j’adore aussi! Nous sommes trop cools! Mais…je n’aime pas aider mes parents … Bof ça craint! Et toi?
leszekekert
3 Minute French - Free Taster

3 Minute French - Free Taster

3 Minute French is a full course that is useful for any complete beginner who wants to learn French quickly and easily. The lessons are simple to understand, and pronunciation guides make it easy to learn how to speak French
Kieranjpball
3 Minute French - Lessons 19-26

3 Minute French - Lessons 19-26

3 Minute French is a full course that is useful for any complete beginner who wants to learn French quickly and easily. The lessons are simple to understand, and pronunciation guides make it easy to learn how to speak French
Kieranjpball
3 Minute French - Lessons 10-18

3 Minute French - Lessons 10-18

3 Minute French is a full course that is useful for any complete beginner who wants to learn French quickly and easily. The lessons are simple to understand, and pronunciation guides make it easy to learn how to speak French
Kieranjpball
3 Minute French - Lessons 1-9

3 Minute French - Lessons 1-9

3 Minute French is a full course that is useful for any complete beginner who wants to learn French quickly and easily. The lessons are simple to understand, and pronunciation guides make it easy to learn how to speak French
Kieranjpball
50 More Facinating Facts about France

50 More Facinating Facts about France

A power point which includes 50 slides containing detailed information about: monuments in Paris, the 'Tour de France’ famous landmarks in France, food, geography, history, famous people and other bits of interesting information… My original ‘50 Facts about France’ powerpoint has proved to be very popular. I am hoping this will also be as popular. I have added a French Facts Quiz/Test sheet, which I hope you will find useful too. If you consider this worth paying for, ‘un très grand merci.’ My thanks to clker.com, and openclipart.org for the use of the clipart images. Most of the the life-like photos are my own. Any others need no attribution.
labellaroma
French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet

French subjunctive or indicative paired activities and worksheet

French subjunctive or indicative activities and worksheet No prep printable activities and worksheet to practice both forming the present subjunctive and knowing when to use the subjunctive vs. the indicative. Included: ☞ Subjunctive or indicative expressions list ☞ Quizlet study set link to review and master the material ☞ 42 cards to practice forming and using either the subjunctive or the indicative ☞ Worksheet for assessment Print and distribute the expressions list and make sure everyone understands what they mean. Share the quizlet study set with your students and have them practice and review when to use the subjunctive vs. the indicative. Print and cut out the cards. There is one set with two possible answers provided that you can use in the beginning. The other set doesn’t provide a choice of answers, so it is more challenging. Have students work individually, in pairs or in small groups. If you don’t want to print and cut out, use the files that have only one card per page on the projector or tablets, etc. Use the worksheet in class, as homework, or as a quiz. Answer key is provided. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases

French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases

French subjunctive or indicative worksheet - Complétez les phrases One page text of about 500 words in which students complete the sentences by filling in the blanks by conjugating the infinitive in parentheses in either the subjunctive or the indicative (they choose the appropriate tense given the context). The theme of the text is “Projets pour les vacances”. There are 37 blanks to fill in. Answer key is included. LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.
jenniferlcrespin
Idioms, unusual phrases and interesting adjectives in French display

Idioms, unusual phrases and interesting adjectives in French display

Includes an A3 title page with the heading "Add a little je ne sais quoi " and then 22 postcard-sized interesting phrases and idioms with their definitions in English (two to one sheet of A4). These include: empêchement, retrouvailles, j’en ai marre de… and lots more! I do not claim any of the images as my own, I’ve simply accumulated them for a display :)
alexmpstokes
Advanced French conversation questions - La technologie

Advanced French conversation questions - La technologie

❖ La Technologie- Technology - Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions ❖ Part of our series of “discussions ciblées”. List of 35 vocabulary words related to the water’s edge Includes 20 discussion questions. The questions are suitable for upper level and AP French or for high school French immersion. This resource is especially useful for your chapter on technology. The questions are thorough and thought provoking. I like to print the list of words on one side of a page and the questions on the other side so that students can easily refer to the new vocabulary during their conversations. If you make a two sided copy everything will fit on one page. Also included is a set of speaking cards for students to use prior to using the discussion cards so that they can become familiar with the theme and many new words. The cards just need to be printed and cut out so that your students can use them in pairs or small groups. Each card says, “Décris le mot suivant en français et ton partenaire le devinera.” The vocabulary word is written both in French and English since many of the words will be new. This exposure to the vocabulary will make the discussion that follows flow easier. Students will still have easy access to the list of words on the other side of the photocopied questions. Don’t want to print? That’s ok! A PDF with just one card per page is included for easy projecting or for tablets. ❖ La Technologie- Technology - Discussion ciblée - French themed conversation questions ❖
jenniferlcrespin
French tenses display

French tenses display

Great summary of tenses (present, imperfect, perfect, near future and simple future) with examples for a great looking classroom!
tesswaldmeyer
French key core vocabulary laminate

French key core vocabulary laminate

From Year 7 to Year 11. Great help for some French key core vocabulary (speaking/writing/grammar). Front side: date, question words, questions and answers to get the students to use the TL in lessons, sentence openers to write paragraphs and a summary of tenses. Back side: time phrases, tenses, sentence openers, intensifiers, adjectives, quantities, connectives, negative forms, superlatives, comparatives, prepositions, talking about others and idioms. Laminate to display on the students’ tables. I would advise printing it out on A3.
tesswaldmeyer
C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 wordsearch

C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 wordsearch

Word search uses the vocabulary for unit 2 of C’est à toi level 2. Includes 5 versions in each of 2 formats - with and without word lists. Each puzzle has 72 of 93 possible words.
jer520
C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 crossword

C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 crossword

Crossword puzzle uses the vocabulary for unit 2 of C’est a toi level 2. All clues are in English and all answers are in French. Includes 5 versions. Each puzzle has 50 of 93 possible clues.
jer520
C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 Concentration games

C'est à toi 2 Unité 2 Concentration games

Print on cardstock and cut into cards. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Covers vocabulary from unit 2 of C’est à toi 2. Uses the same pictures as my power point. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520