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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.
helpea
Cluedo creative project

Cluedo creative project

A series of lessons based around a whodunnit story to jazz up French lessons - created for a Year 9 top set. The aim is to get the students to use the language more creatively and to act in the foreign language too.
kessia
French Assembly- International Week (The Very Hungry Caterpillar/ poems/song)

French Assembly- International Week (The Very Hungry Caterpillar/ poems/song)

A French interactive assembly designed mainly for the International Week in primary schools. It can be used on any other occasion, as a celebration of languages. It can be easily adapted. You will find attached: 1.The planning with all the steps for the Assembly. 2. The PPTM (PPT presentation with sound) for the day. 3. A document with the adapted story. 4.Cards to print out for the play. 5. A video with the story, which can be uploaded on the school website, so the children can practise the story at home. N.B. I only sell the planning (and the idea) with the steps for this activity, the rest of the attached materials comes FREE OF CHARGE.
Florentina03
French Assembly- International Week (Do you want to be my friend/poems/songs)

French Assembly- International Week (Do you want to be my friend/poems/songs)

A French interactive assembly designed mainly for the International Week in primary schools. It can be used on any other occasion, as a celebration of languages. It can be easily adapted. You will find attached: 1.The planning with all the steps for the Assembly. 2. The PPTM (PPT presentation with sound) for the day. 3. The PDF with the adapted story. 4. Flags to print out for the final song. 5. A video with the story, which can be uploaded on the school website, so the children can practise the story at home. N.B. I only sell the planning (and the idea) with the steps for this activity, the rest of the attached materials come for FREE.
Florentina03
Monsieur Maigre

Monsieur Maigre

Type: PPT Âge: 1-5 ans | years old Raconter une histoire | telling stories | reading outloud
suavian
La Guerre des Boutons et Louis Pergaud

La Guerre des Boutons et Louis Pergaud

A pictorial PowerPoint presentation about the 2011 movie "La Guerre des Boutons" and Louis Pergaud, the author of the 1912 novel on which the film is based. There is also a brief questionnaire in English about the film.
gilberto
Ma visite en France  - à Boulogne

Ma visite en France - à Boulogne

A series of worksheets to use either before, on or after a trip to France. Pages are not numbered so you can choose those which you think are suitable. Cross-curricular. Topics include, Drama, Citizenship, Art, English, IT, Science, PE, history, Geography and Maths. Easily adaptable. Most of it can be done on a coach. It should also generate a lot of discussion. Avoid making the trip be remembered or defined as a worksheet completing day!
chrome
Shakespeare in French

Shakespeare in French

Presentation to celebrate Shakespeare Day in the French class, teaching the verb etre and how to describe Hamlet characters.
oignon
Les Bandes Dessinées

Les Bandes Dessinées

End of Module 2 in Expo 1 French, p.38. Cultural lesson on comic strips. Support sheet and example for students to create their own comic strips.
estherdarrah
French 'Play in a Day' :  Le Petit Chaperon Rouge EXTRACT

French 'Play in a Day' : Le Petit Chaperon Rouge EXTRACT

A French/English pantomime-style play, based on Little Red Riding Hood Written by Jon Meier. THIS IS A 5-PAGE EXTRACT. FREE TASTER Lots of humour and great fun - especially the Wolf whose favourite song is Shaggy's Boombastic Most of the dialogue is in English but there's plenty of French, repeated and reinforced visually. Suitable for ages 7-10. Duration around 25 mins. About 14 in the cast (scope for flexibility, sharing and doubling of roles). This includes some non-speaking roles. Others can be used for sound, props, poster and programme design etc Can be worked on in 1 day (with scripts) – intensive work with a scripted performance at the end of the day. Show in assembly or at a languages celebration event or just have fun reading it through. Ideal for a language/ drama festival competition. It could fill a few weeks of lunchtime and after school French clubs. Sixth-formers could help out. Language is visual and contextualised. Audience will also understand it as the story is familiar and the French is explained. The full script contains details of props and sound effects, with links to downloadable sound effects. Vocabulary lists are also included with the full version showing the vocabulary on each page. ___________________________________________________________________________ Petit Chaperon sound files https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9AQ-yjhXe6bE40R3VKQWdmRDQ _______________________________________________________________________________ You may also be interested in similar texts for older pupils: my version of Cinderella - Cindy va à Hollywood and Snow White - 'Blanche Neige et les Sept Reporters'
jmeier
French 'Play in a Day': Petit Chaperon Rouge

French 'Play in a Day': Petit Chaperon Rouge

A French/English pantomime-style play, based on Little Red Riding Hood Written by Jon Meier. Lots of humour and great fun - especially the Wolf whose favourite song is Shaggy's Boombastic Most of the dialogue is in English but there's plenty of French, repeated and reinforced visually. Suitable for ages 7-10. Duration around 25 mins. About 14 in the cast (scope for flexibility, sharing and doubling of roles). This includes some non-speaking roles. Others can be used for sound, props, poster and programme design etc Can be worked on in 1 day (with scripts) – intensive work with a scripted performance at the end of the day. Show in assembly or at a languages celebration event or just have fun reading it through. Ideal for a language/ drama festival competition. It could fill a few weeks of lunchtime and after school French clubs. Sixth-formers could help out. Language is visual and contextualised. Audience will also understand it as the story is familiar and the French is explained. This script contains details of props and sound effects, with links to downloadable sound effects. Vocabulary lists are also included with the script showing the vocabulary on each page. A 4 page extract of the opening scene is also available as a free taster. ___________________________________________________________________________ Petit Chaperon sound files https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bz9AQ-yjhXe6bE40R3VKQWdmRDQ _______________________________________________________________________________ You may also be interested in similar texts for older pupils: my version of Cinderella - Cindy va à Hollywood and Snow White - 'Blanche Neige et les Sept Reporters'
jmeier
French 'Play in a Day'. Blanche Neige et les Sept Reporters FREE EXTRACT

French 'Play in a Day'. Blanche Neige et les Sept Reporters FREE EXTRACT

A French/English pantomime-style play, based on Snow White. THIS IS A 5 PAGE EXTRACT FROM THE OPENING SCENES. FREE TASTER VERSION Written by Jon Meier. Lots of humour and great fun. It's set against a background of 7 reporters covering news of some trapped miners. Of course it all ends happily! Most of the dialogue is in English but there's plenty of French, repeated and reinforced visually. Suitable for ages 8-14. Duration around 30 mins. 17 in the cast (scope for flexibility, sharing and doubling of roles). Minimum 13 max 22 Others can be used for sound, props, poster and programme design etc Can be worked on in 1 day (with scripts) – intensive work with a scripted performance at the end of the day. Show in assembly or at a languages celebration event or just have fun reading it through. Ideal for a language/ drama festival competition. It could fill a few weeks of lunchtime and after school French clubs. Sixth-formers could help out. Language is visual and contextualised. Audience will also understand it as the story is familiar and the French is explained. The full script contains details of props and sound effects, with links to downloadable sound effects. Vocabulary lists are also included with the script showing the vocabulary on each page.
jmeier