High school French resources: fundamentals

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French - Sound-spelling

French - Sound-spelling

Use this PPT to introduce and practise French letter/letter string pronunciation. The first slide introduces each letter/letter string with an example, then there is a Kim's Game-style game to practise pronunciation. Finally, play Connect 4 with pupils using the given words. Instructions are in the notes section of the PPT.

By TheMFLTeacher

Present Tense Leaving Cert

Present Tense Leaving Cert

This complete overview of the present tense is perfect for Leaving Certificate students to bring them on in their study of French grammar. It consists of a complete handout and powerpoint which includes pretesting of JC work, comprehensive explanations, level appropriate vocab, exercises and even teacher only comments on the powerpoint that would particularly be of use to NQTs or teachers new to teaching French.

By CrazyTeacherInTheAttic

French Classroom Objects: Learn and Consolidate

French Classroom Objects: Learn and Consolidate

24 files introducing classroom and school items. The vocabulary is split into 4 groups, introduced through the Powerpoints. There is then a worksheet and a wordsearch for each group of nouns. In each Powerpoint there is a grammar note for relating to indefinite and definite articles and plurals. Each worksheet and wordsearch is accompanied by an answer sheet. There is also a homework sheet for pupils to practice the vocabulary and a sheet for vocabulary notes (again with a completed version). This resource is a good first lesson in French as the vocabulary encompasses many sounds and highlights the differences between the singular and plural. I hope you find this helpful.

By lapoirebellehelene

GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

GREETINGS AND PERSONAL INFORMATION IN FRENCH

This is a comprehensive and interactive PPT with 42 slides on greetings and personal information. The first part goes through the various ways of greetings, both formal and informal. The second part looks at how to ask and respond to a range of personal information: name, age, phone number, date of birth, where I live and come from, nationality, job, where you work. It is followed by some practice and a who's who game with pictures of famous people. It is suitable for KS3 students but I also found it very useful for KS4 students in preparation for the role-plays, as they often forget how to ask and respond properly to basic questions.

By jeromsauvin

RAGged blank wordlist

RAGged blank wordlist

Great for revision of vocab. A pre-coloured wordlist for words the pupils don't know (red), words they're not sure of (yellow/amber) and words they definitely know (green).

By TheMFLTeacher

Quiz-Quiz-Trade template

Quiz-Quiz-Trade template

Template for the popular 'Quiz-Quiz-Trade' activity. Students each have a small piece of paper/card with a phrase in TL and its translation underneath. Students mill around the room, when they ‘bump’ into someone student A will say their phrase in TL and student B has to translate (quiz). The same happens with student B’s card (quiz). If both students translate each other’s card correctly they trade, hence the quiz-quiz-trade. To add an element of competition, ask the students to count the amount of times they exchanged and give a prize / raffle ticket / house point to the winner.

By TheMFLTeacher

Dice-rolling conversation - Pairwork template

Dice-rolling conversation - Pairwork template

Give the students a gap-fill text with 10 gaps in it (A to I). Of course, this can be more or fewer gaps – just remember to adjust the A to I in the table. In each gap in the text, write a letter (A to I). Along the corresponding row in the table, give 6 alternatives to go in that gap. Pupils then choose one by rolling a dice. When the student reaches the gap, they roll a dice and say/write the corresponding word.

By TheMFLTeacher

Linguascope checklist

Linguascope checklist

This has been designed to be used alongside Linguascope to focus pupils on their progress made during completion of the activities. There are French and German tabs on this sheet but it can be easily edited for other languages. Not all activities are included but this sheet is a good starting point.

By deutschelehrerin

Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee

An interactive presentation to practise and revise vocabulary with young students. Ideal to add a little competition within your class, or year group. The vocabulary used can easily be amended. In the presentation as it is, it is aimed at year 7 students and includes: survival kit, countries, compass points, days of the week, months, seasons, greetings, school subjects, times of the day, frequency phrases, connectives and adjectives. Instructions: click on a number (possibly suggested by students in the target language) which will take you to the same number slide and introduce a word in English. Students then spell out the word and can check when you reveal the word on the board. Click on the bee in the top left-hand corner to return to the main slide and click on another number. Numbers that have been clicked on before become shaded, but still can be clicked on.

By LeGaulois