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Nationalités et Langues Worksheet

Nationalités et Langues Worksheet

Worksheet has 2 parts. First part asks a question with the name of a country and students answer with the corresponding nationality. Second part gives the name of the country and students say which language is spoken there.
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Francophone Countries Unit of Work

Francophone Countries Unit of Work

A Unit of work (18 files) introducing French speaking countries with work on nationalities and prepositions. Includes: 2 x ‘Fun with Flags’ - Colouring by numbers flags to reinforce colours and introduce French speaking countries. I have allowed pupils to use ICT to find out which countries the flags belong to once they have coloured in but there is also a Powerpoint presentation in case resources or time are limited. There are completed examples for reference and the Powerpoint can also be used as a quiz or a presentation. Francophone Top Trumps – a set of 35 cards with facts about 35 francophone countries and an explanatory Powerpoint, règles du jeu, with vocabulary. Top Trumps can be played in pairs, group or as a class starter and encourages Reading, Listening and Talking. The Top Trumps can be adapted for a range of abilities. There are also checklists with the values and a Powerpoint with a suggested writing task – the information from the ‘cards’ is used to fill in the gaps. Nationalities: 2 worksheets for pupils to cross reference the countries and nationalities plus answer sheets. Powerpoint introducing the prepositions used with countries, an accompanying worksheet and answer sheet. There is also a checklist of the gender for each of the 35 countries.
lapoirebellehelene
Les pays

Les pays

This set of resources focuses on countries and there location on the map. It includes a map and an interactive presentation, as well as a grid on countries and nationalities.
MrLoutre
France Quiz an introduction to the country

France Quiz an introduction to the country

Created as my first lesson on a SOW on France, this lesson enables students to locate France on a map, and learn more about the country with a fun quiz. Animated and colourful, this lesson has been created for SEN students. If you like this lesson please check out my KS3 Geography Scheme of work on 'France.'
jillyjones1987
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
KS3 French – Describing Where You Live.

KS3 French – Describing Where You Live.

This is a set of resources to introduce and cover the topic of where you live. The resources introduce and practise: geographical locations; types of accommodation; rooms in the house; and household furniture. There is enough work for at least 6 lessons and there are worksheets that accompany all of the exercises on the Power Points. There is an assessment for pupils to complete, which will take 2-3 lessons. The assessment is based on producing an Estate Agents brochure for selling a house. With this there are examples of how to complete the assessment, criteria and a DIRT feedback sheet.
cgazzal
Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully differentiated, stand-alone KS2 unit for a whole term

Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully differentiated, stand-alone KS2 unit for a whole term

Flexible French offers stand-alone KS2 units of work providing detailed planning and resources with a focus on language and grammar progression, and with clear links to easy-to-use assessment criteria. Ideal for both non-specialist and specialist teachers of primary French who want to move away from schemes which focus on topic coverage at the expense of linguistic progress, each Flexible French unit provides sufficient curriculum content for an extended period. Le Monde Francophone focuses on: francophone countries and their gender; personality adjectives and gender agreement; building conversations from a range of personal questions and answers. The pack includes: an overview of the unit including a summary of staged learning outcomes linked to the KS2 Programme of Study; comprehensive planning including opportunities for extension; 15 extensive resources with step-by-step instructions, teaching materials and photocopiable pupil sheets; a motivating final assessment activity; staged assessment criteria for the KS2 Programme of Study; a teacher record sheet. Free sample materials are available to download from www.languagesinprimaries.co.uk.
LanguagesinPrimaries