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French lesson and resources - KS2 - Directions

French lesson and resources - KS2 - Directions

This is a plan and resources for a French lesson to use with KS2. It involves children learning the vocabulary for giving directions in French. The plan could be used for an individual lesson, or as part of a longer 'my town' unit. The plan gives details of a singing 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 Resource for listening activity Writing worksheet (This plan is Lesson 3, Unit 8 by Blossoming Minds, but can be used as an individual plan.)
blossomingminds
Ma vie scolaire

Ma vie scolaire

A resource to revise school subjects , expressing likes/dislikes and giving opinion. Feel free to amend!
Valerie1125
Noel dans la foret. Conte de Noel en francais-Worksheet

Noel dans la foret. Conte de Noel en francais-Worksheet

In this new book, we propose a beautiful Christmas story, coloring pages for the little ones, conjugation exercises on the present, the imperfect and the future tenses, The approach of a chosen vocabulary (selected) and a game that will entertain everyone. The right formula to learn French while having fun. The teacher will also find attached all the solutions to the exercises.
Monajune
Presentation sur Noel

Presentation sur Noel

Powerpoint presentation sur Noel, the aim of this activity is to learn the vocabulary on the topic of Christmas, for this activity the pupils have to choose the correct word for each picture and then write a Christmas card as per template.
Zoe2007
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. 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.
veverett
describing people adjectives masculine and feminine

describing people adjectives masculine and feminine

Clear table that helps students understand masculine and feminine forms of a variety of adjectives to use when describing people. I have made this for my Year 6 class to use for describing teachers. There is space for students to fill in the feminine forms of the adjectives following examples.
sandraparish
Comment ça va? Verbs and prepositions

Comment ça va? Verbs and prepositions

A PPT presentation to recap and practise the use of verbs être / avoir and the preposition à in the context of health. Also includes a worksheet to be used with the presentation or as a stand alone resource.
GaelleLH