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Les nombres 1-20

Les nombres 1-20

Teaching numbers up to 20 and revising numbers up to 10. The lesson comes with tips and ideas about teaching efficiently and in an engaging way the numbers up to 10/20.

By Florentina03

Les nombres 1-10

Les nombres 1-10

Teaching numbers in KS1. The lesson comes with tips and ideas about teaching efficiently and in an engaging way the numbers up to 10. The song at the end of the lesson proved to be a great choice, as my pupils managed to learn it by heart in just a few weeks.

By Florentina03

Le corps- The body parts

Le corps- The body parts

The body parts- a lesson created for very young learners (KS1), simple language, simple pictures. It can be definitely used in KS2 as well. Two songs with great success amongst my young learners.

By Florentina03

French footballers - Euro 2016

French footballers - Euro 2016

A powerpoint with some of the most well known French footballers playing in the French team this summer. This can be used as a display or teaching resource. I print them off, laminate and stick around the school. Sorry that there are 10 rather than 11 but I have gone for the best known and am waiting to see who Didier picks in his starting line up. Hope it's useful. Typically, France's top scorer wasn't on my powerpoint, so I have now added him! Sorry that this is rather too late, but I thought it might be useful for some who might want to use the slides after the Euros finish. Thank you for all the kind comments and Allez les bleus!

By lindaayers

Euros 2016 French booklet

Euros 2016 French booklet

A 10-page French booklet on the Euros 2016. Credits to Sandra1972 for the original World Cup 2010 booklet from which I have adapted this version - many thanks for your hard work - and to Liam Mulligan for the top trumps slides which I have used for the descriptions of a footballer section. I shall be creating a Spanish version in due course.

By emmaandram

Keep Fit French: kinesthetic reading dance activity

Keep Fit French: kinesthetic reading dance activity

Keep Fit French French 'read and dance'. A fun and original kinesthetic reading activity. Devised by Jon Meier in 2012. In response to popular demand, I've finally uploaded this resource after running it for a few years with pupils at various schools and on MFL staff training workshops. Create a folder called Keep Fit French. Make sure you download both the Powerpoint and the background music file. Put both files in the folder. For the best collective experience you ideally need a group of about 8 to 20 people. Target group: 9-12 year olds and/or youthful French teachers. Test the Powerpoint – the music should play automatically from slide 5. If you can’t hear it, check your volume settings. *If the music is still not playing, see instructions at the bottom of this box. Everyone needs to be standing to do this. Spread out. Run the Powerpoint . Music should play automatically from slide 5 onwards. Read the phrase to yourself, and take one step in the direction of the correct picture. A step can be forwards, backwards, left, right or diagonally. Then step back to your starting position. Simple. Always remember to step back to your starting position The entire dance takes about 4 minutes. We've run this as an annual y7 pre-Christmas dance-off contest. Would also be good as a lunchtime fitness activity or 'Sports Relief' language event. _____________ *If the music does not play: Look at slide 5, check that the music file has been correctly inserted. Check the filename and pathname. It depends where you have put the folder. You may need to help Powerpoint to find the music file or you could reinsert it. Ensure that the sound is set to ‘start automatically’ and ‘play across slides’

By jmeier

300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

300 generic lesson activities - 25% sample

This is a 25% sample of my very popular resource. The full resource can be found by searching for '300 generic lesson activities'. (Following its success in the summer sale, I have kept the sale price of £3). The description for the full file is as follows: Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks (This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there! Many thanks Copyright T.Taylor

By whizzbangbang