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Food and Drink in French

Food and Drink in French

3 very detailed and varied resources (9 ppts. and 26 worksheets) guaranteed to keep your students busy and focussed on the topic of food and drink. Use the partitive and definite articles; read menus; order a starter, main course, pudding and drink in a restaurant; ask for the bill; calculate the cost of a bill and a supermarket shopping list; work in grammes and kilos; practise higher numbers.
wylamuk
Shops and Quantities in French

Shops and Quantities in French

6 worksheets and 2 powerpoints to practise ... 1) quantities + foods/drinks 2) on achète + shops Translate shopping lists, say where you can buy particular foods, practise your maths skills by calculating the cost of a shopping list. Guaranteed to keep your students entertained and busy!
wylamuk
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
Food and Drink (linked to using the definite and partitive articles)

Food and Drink (linked to using the definite and partitive articles)

This resource provides you with everything you will need to introduce the topic of food and drink linked to using the definite and partitive articles. There are 4 attractive power points to introduce, explain, consolidate and test your students on this topic with some fun, puzzle type activities to keep them focussed. 12 worksheets provide choice and variety and can be used as in-class activities or set as homework tasks. Guaranteed to keep your students very busy and engaged. There is a vocabulary table to support learning and picture bingo cards to practise vocabulary. 1) Foods and drinks + the definite and partitive articles 2) Key verbs - je mange, je bois, je prends + verbs of opinion 3) Categorise foods and drinks 4) Translate texts about eating and drinking habits at breakfast, lunch and evening meal 5) Improve vocabulary through a range of learning strategies. 6) Improve understanding and application of the definite and partitive articles. Written by the author of Heinemann's Mira express 1 and 2 Resources and Assessment Grammar Sheets.
wylamuk
Healthy living - advice and reasons (French)

Healthy living - advice and reasons (French)

This lesson is designed to prepare a students for the Foundation listening assessment in Kerboodle Unit 6. Familiarises students with language through reading, translation and writing, so as to avoid over-preparing them for the listening. Could easily be used to help with students' speaking or writing prep. Differentiated - suggestions on how to make the tasks easier or harder. Lesson overview and advice on how to print resources is provided in the notes pages. Activities are: match advice with reasons/translate Fr-En and then back again (in a booklet)/write as much as you can from memory. There's probably 1.5 hours' worth of lesson here. Hope the lesson goes well.
Mazarine
Expressions de quantité (Quantity in French) Inspecteur Speaking activity

Expressions de quantité (Quantity in French) Inspecteur Speaking activity

There are 36 different sheets. Each one has 4 questions and 4 answers for different questions (and Je ne sais pas). Students mingle, asking their questions until they find all of the answers. Vocabulary: quantities, food. Example: Combien de lait est-ce qu’Hélène achète? Hélène achète un litre de lait.
jer520
Nourriture (Food and Utensils) Que cherches-tu Jumeaux Speaking activity

Nourriture (Food and Utensils) Que cherches-tu Jumeaux Speaking activity

This is an all-class mixer activity. Each student sheet has 5 statements. Je cherche une fourchette pour manger de la salade. Students mingle, trying to find their twin (the other person who has all 5 of the same statements, though in a different order). Students need to write the name of their twin and then find something that they have in common (related to the vocabulary and grammar of this activity). Vocabulary: food, utensils, ingredients. This is a low-stress activity focusing on speaking and listening. It can easily be edited to match the vocabulary from your text.
jer520
Petit déjeuner (Breakfast in French) Inspecteur speaking activity

Petit déjeuner (Breakfast in French) Inspecteur speaking activity

This is a mixer activity. There are 36 distinct student sheets, each with 4 questions and 4 answers. Students mingle until they find the answers to all of their questions. All questions and answers are in the third person singular and use prendre. Easy to edit to match your vocabulary.
jer520