Middle school French resources: adjectives and adverbs

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A Complete Guide to Adverbs in French.

A Complete Guide to Adverbs in French.

This PowerPoint introduces pupils to adverbs; what they are, how to recognize them, and how to form them. The slides contain grammar notes that pupils can note in their exercise books and use as a reference for all future work using adverbs. The ways to form regular adverbs are demonstrated and also irregular forms are introduced. There is also a worksheet, which accompanies the PowerPoint. This is a tried and tested method to ensure comprehension and check the ability to confidently recognise and form adverbs.

By cgazzal

French Grammar Practice

French Grammar Practice

French Grammar Practice is a collection of 45 worksheets which cover all the essential points of French grammar. Each worksheet deals with a different grammar point and contains a number of different practice exercises. Answer keys are provided. French Grammar Practice assumes that students have already learned the particular grammar point they intend to practise and for this reason no explanations of the various grammar points are given. It is therefore recommended that students have to hand the particular French grammar or course book that they have been using for reference purposes. The grammar points covered are as follows: 1 Present Tense: Regular –Er Verbs 2 Present Tense: Regular –Re Verbs 3 Present Tense: Regular –Ir Verbs 4 Present Tense: Irregular Verbs A 5 Present Tense: Irregular Verbs B 6 Perfect Tense: Regular Avoir Verbs 7 Perfect Tense: Irregular Avoir Verbs 8 Perfect Tense: Regular & Irregular Avoir Verbs 9 Perfect Tense: Être Verbs 10 Perfect Tense: Avoir & Être Verbs 11 Reflexive Verbs: Present Tense 12 Reflexive Verbs: Perfect Tense 13 Future Tense: Regular Verbs 14 Future Tense: Irregular Verbs 15 Future Tense: Regular & Irregular Verbs 16 Imperfect Tense A 17 Imperfect Tense B 18 Imperfect Tense C 19 Perfect/Imperfect Tense A 20 Perfect/Imperfect Tense B 21 Adjectives A 22 Adjectives B 23 Adjectives C 24 Adjectives D 25 Comparatives 26 Possessive Adjectives 27 Possessive Pronouns 28 Demonstrative Adjectives & Pronouns 29 Negative Expressions A 30 Negative Expressions B 31 Pronouns A 32 Pronouns B 33 Pronouns C 34 Pronouns D 35 Prepositions A 36 Prepositions B 37 Prepositional Locutions 38 Imperatives 39 Interrogative Expressions 40 Verb & Infinitive A 41 Verb & Infinitive B 42 Verb & Infinitive C 43 Quantities 44 Plurals 45 Positional Phrases Please visit www.frenchgrammar.co.uk for more information and free sample pages to download.

By remonannetti

Grammar/vocabulary booklet & exercise booklet

Grammar/vocabulary booklet & exercise booklet

This pack includes a 58 pages grammar/vocabulary/pronunciation booklet and a 24 pages exercise booklet that covers the vocabulary units of the grammar booklet. Both are available in PDF and word document. You can print them as units, worksheets or as entire booklets. You can use them as stand alone, revision for an assessment or as a guide for the whole year.

By LeGaulois

Extensive French grammar practice for GCSE students

Extensive French grammar practice for GCSE students

This bundle consists of 10 PPT tutorials with practice, each resource covering a different grammar points. The points covered are: _ the main tenses in French ( Present, Perfect, Imperfect, Future and Conditional, all with irregular verbs) _ Adjectives _ articles _ Comparatives _ Pronouns _ Prepositions + An editable booklet to revise all these points

By jeromsauvin

KS3/4 French - Oral  or Written translation board game  on character description with answer key

KS3/4 French - Oral or Written translation board game on character description with answer key

Instructions: In groups of three students (2 player + 1 referee) or five (2 teams of two players and one referee), players take turn in casting the dice. Whichever case the player/team reach based on their dice score, they will have 30 seconds to translate the relative sentence(s) into French orally. The referee will then tell the players (with the help of the answer sheet) if their translation is correct. If the translation is correct they will have another go and casting the dice and will advance to the next case where they will have to translate the next sentence and so on. However, if their translation isn’t correct, the referee will read to them the right version twice in order for the players to attempt to memorize it for the next round when they will have another go. After the opponents’ turn the player will have another chance at casting the dice; if they answer the question they originally got wrong correct. The person who is closer to the finishing line ten minutes into the game will win. I do a round in writing (students write on miniwhiteboards or iPads) then one or two orally changing partners each time. Students love it but adequate prep essential.

By gianfrancoconti1966

A Level French Grammar points with Practice

A Level French Grammar points with Practice

Below is a selection of various grammar points in PPT and word formats for A Level students . _8 PPT presentations cover the following points : Pronouns, Adjectives, Subjunctive, Prepositions Comparatives, Relative pronouns, Indirect Speech, Perfect, Imperfect Tenses. _ You also have 2 Grammar booklets and conjugation exercises to practice these various grammar points.

By jeromsauvin

French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

French Revision: Personal Info, colours, numbers, days, months of the year and en classe

Powerpoint and accompanying worksheet designed for new french learners to revise personal information, dates, days, months of the year, colours, numbers and en classe topics prior to end of unit test. Includes learning objectives, challenge/extension opportunities and BLP links. Tasks include speaking, reading, written and listening skills. Things covered: - preparing answers for speaking - practising speaking in pairs and noting information down, including peer assessment - reading short sentences and matching up corresponding pictures - having to determine the correct adjective ending for colours - reading and answering questions from a longer paragraph of text - listening activities based on personal information, numbers and class instructions - dates, days and months of the year - extended writing about themselves Designed to be used by a non-specialist teacher, as answers included. Suitable for KS3 pupils

By isobel87

Colours in French

Colours in French

Worksheet introducing the colours in french for pupils in KS2/KS3. Tasks include: - reading and copying vocabulary correctly - recalling vocabulary from memory - introduction to making adjectives agree with nouns - choosing the correct ending to make the colours agree - translation using colour vocabulary learnt - writing own sentences using vocabulary learnt

By isobel87

KS3 French Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

KS3 French Cover Lesson Design your own Monster

This lesson covers: designing and labeling your own monster in French. Students will learn and use words search as furry, grumpy, claws, teeth etc. This lesson works really well as a cover lesson. It is easy for non-specialists to follow but supports and challenges KS3 students of French very well. It could also be adapted for use in lessons by specialists in order to introduce / revise parts of the body / adjectives. It would be helpful but not necessary if students have done some work on adjectives in French. Lesson involves: Differentiated objectives and starter activity (short translations related to monster descriptions). Activity 1: Team work using dictionaries. Students are gathering store of words so they can design and label their own monster. Next slide gives answers to students so they can write down whatever they were unable to find. Challenges are included on each slide. Activity 2: Differentiated translation task using key vocabulary they have just looked up in teams. Key words provided as well as higher challenge. Next slide contains answers for peer / self-assessment. Main activity 3: 'apply' task: students design their own monster using key vocabulary they have learnt. Again, this is differentiated by task with key works provided on ppt. Pyramid review to finish

By Miriam81