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T'es branché? Qu'est-ce que tu as fait hier soir?

T'es branché? Qu'est-ce que tu as fait hier soir?

A lesson introducing perfect tense and the use of technology, using the vocabulary from Studio 2 rouge. Includes vocabulary, a slap the board activity, a trapdoor speaking activity including vocabulary from previous lessons and explanation of perfect tense with examples.
NNS
Faire et les passe-temps Jumeaux Speaking activity

Faire et les passe-temps Jumeaux Speaking activity

Whole class speaking activity. Includes 15 unique sets of twins. Each student gets a sheet with 5 statements using faire in the present tense with the name of a pastime (Je fais du patin à glace). Students mingle until they find their twin - the only other person with the exact same 5 statements, but in a different order. This is a low-stress activity focusing on speaking and listening.
jer520
les Nouvelles technologies et Les Vieux

les Nouvelles technologies et Les Vieux

Here is a fun ressource by a Youtuber about the challenges of new technologies faced by the people over 50's. Cyprien's video has subtitles, so it helps understanding. The attached comprehension exercise is suitable for A Level students and can be a starting point for generating a devbate on the advantages and disadvantages of new technology.
jeromsauvin
Mon ordi mon portable studio 1 module 3-year 7

Mon ordi mon portable studio 1 module 3-year 7

Starter: find pastimes in the grid lesson objectives and outcomes differentiated Introduction of vocabulary Label each picture Pass the parcel translations: Ask pupils to work in small groups and put some music on. Prepare several parcels with chocolates or other prizes. Ask pupils to pass the parcel, when the music stops, whosoever can translate sentences on the board can open the parcel and obtain the prize. Domino game on er : print/cut/laminate dominoes/shuffle/ask students to match Extension task: fill in small table with er verbs
stannadia
French GCSE online shopping internet  _  card sort,  longer writing, vocabulary and translation

French GCSE online shopping internet _ card sort, longer writing, vocabulary and translation

Various resources to teach the topic of shopping/ internet shopping in French. Including: A set of 18 opinions about online shopping in French which pupils must classify as positive or negative about online shopping. A 'vocabulary hunt' to find lexical items within the cards. A Powerpoint slide with translation activity into French. A reading activity about the differences between online shopping and traditional shopping. An extended writing task with target A* phrases to incorporate into pupils' writing.
RL6
Vocabulary booklet

Vocabulary booklet

I made this vocabulary booklet for my Year 7 class (top set). It has the vocabulary in French and in English, an example of how to use each word or phrase inside a sentence, and a last column for students to write their own sentence using the vocabulary from the first column. My students use this resource mainly for homework, but also in class to refer to the vocabulary, as a help sheet, and for revision before assessment. Each topic has an extension section with more complex phrases or more vocabulary for students to expand their ideas. Topics here include: cinema, television, times, future activities, past activities, clothes and shopping for clothes.
sandraparish