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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
French grammar - in 1 page

French grammar - in 1 page

A simple, easy to follow guide to (almost) everything you need to know about French grammar. All on 1 page. Adjectives – p2 Nouns – p3 Present tense – p4 Reflexives – p5 Near future tense – p6 Perfect tense – p7 Imperfect tense – p8 Simple future tense – p9 Conditional tense – p10 Pluperfect tense – p11 Future perfect tense – p12 Conditional perfect tense – p13 Present participle – p14 Subjunctive – p15
mrwillis73
C'est génial - Studio 1 Module 2 Unit 2

C'est génial - Studio 1 Module 2 Unit 2

Power point presentation to accompany Studio 1 Module 2 Unit 2. Word document contains handouts and some differentiation. Differentiation through extension/challenge on slides. Focus on using c'est+adjective to give opinions about school subjects.
AnnaEK
Noel-Christmas

Noel-Christmas

A range of 6 French Christmas worksheets, they can be used for a cover lesson or as part of a lesson when you want to use Christmas as the theme but still focus on learning. A variety of activities including translation, vocabulary builders, topic vocabulary; nouns, verbs, adjectives and cultural awareness.
LoveFrance
French Classroom Vocabulary Displays

French Classroom Vocabulary Displays

This resource has 88 printable displays for your French classroom. They are all on a PowerPoint, therefore very easy to print, laminate and display in your classroom. These sets of words will encourage your students to improve and vary their written and spoken work; as well as learning vocabulary, just by seeing it regularly. Each set of words has a different display background and different colour fonts; and each display shows the words in French and in English. The display categories are: 1. Connectives (16 words/ phrases) 2. Intensifiers (12 words/ phrases) 3. Time Phrases (28 words/ phrases) 4. Opinion Phrases (16 words/ phrases) 5. Adverbs (10 words/ phrases)
cgazzal
Les vêtements de couleur (coloured clothing)

Les vêtements de couleur (coloured clothing)

This worksheet deals with how to change colours to describe items of clothing (using adjectival agreement - masculine/feminine/singular/plural). There are 2 exercises (French to English and English to French) and all necessary vocabulary is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
J'ai perdu ... (I have lost ...)

J'ai perdu ... (I have lost ...)

This worksheet requires knowledge of family members (from 'Voici mon fils 2E'). In this worksheet you will find vocabulary that will help you report property that you or other members of your family have lost. It also demonstrates how to use 'mon/ma/mes' and 'son/sa/ses'. There are 2 exercises (French to English & English to French) and all vocabulary (other than family members) is provided. Suitable for all levels of ability. Answers provided.
vettyjames
Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully resourced and differentiated stand-alone unit of work

Flexible French - Le Monde Francophone: fully resourced and differentiated stand-alone unit of work

Flexible French offers stand-alone 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
Adjectifs Masculine and Feminine forms Concentration games

Adjectifs Masculine and Feminine forms Concentration games

Print on card-stock and cut into cards. Make 1 set for every 3-4 students. Place cards face down. Students turn over two cards at a time, trying to match the masculine form of the adjective with the feminine. Includes regular and common irregular adjectives. Use to play Concentration, Slap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Match Game.
jer520
Adjectifs (Adjectives in French) Jumeaux Speaking activity 2

Adjectifs (Adjectives in French) Jumeaux Speaking activity 2

5 pages with set of 30 students sheets. Each has 5 sentences with a family member and an adjective (Ma soeur est pénible.) Students must find their twin. This is a low-stress activity focusing on speaking and listening. It can easily be edited to match the vocabulary from your text.
jer520